What is a Multivitamin?
A multivitamin is a supplement that contains more than one vitamin.
More than one third of Americans take them. It’s typically used as a form of insurance against any potential deficiencies to help “cover all your bases”. To get the full benefits, however, it must come with the right nutrients.
The challenge is that most of them don’t work.
In healthy people, the majority of scientific evidence shows that taking a multivitamin isn’t necessary and that some might even be doing you HARM. That’s because they contain vitamins and minerals that you’re probably already getting enough of. Vegan diets, in particular, contain HIGHER levels of vitamin C, E, potassium, and magnesium, but LOWER levels of vitamin B12, D, and Omega-3. If your multivitamin doesn’t contain the last three, you might be wasting your money.
Vitamin B12, D, and Omega-3 can help fight against fatigue, improve your mood and enhance your concentration!
Just 2 vegan softgels a day puts you back in control of your body, brain and how you age. Supercharge your life now – look and feel years younger.
Supports Your Energy Levels
B12 is essential for energy production and for maintaining a healthy nervous system. Up to 92% of vegans are not getting enough B12. A B12 deficiency can lead to serious and irreversible conditions.
Enhance Your Ability To Focus
Omega-3 has been extensively researched, and several studies have found benefits for both memory and “mental flexibility”. Some preliminary research suggests that B12 might also help with cognition.
Improve Your Mood
Omega-3 acids have been shown to be promising natural treatments for mood disorders. More than 30 clinical trials have been undertaken on those with depression, and they have found that Omega-3 is generally beneficial.
Increase Your Lifespan
Vitamin D3 (which is the type we use) has been found to reduce mortality rates and therefore increase lifespan. Vitamin D2 on the other hand, which is what most supplement brands use, didn’t have the same benefit.
Protects Your Brain
Several studies found that the Omega-3 fatty acids EPA & DHA help preserve our brain size as we age. From the age of 20, our brains begin to shrink, so it’s important to get enough Omega-3.
Supports Healthy Joints
Omega-3 has been found in several studies to help reduce joint pain. This was supported in a 12 month, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
Promotes Eye Health
Several studies have found that supplementing with Omega-3 can help alleviate symptoms of dry eye. One study focused on people that use a computer for longer than 3 hours a day, and found that after daily supplementation, they experienced less dry eye.
Supports Healthy Bones
Adequate intake of Vitamin D is essential for maintaining healthy bones, as it helps with calcium and phosphorous absorption.