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Directions: Take two capsules per day.* Each bottle contains a 30-day supply.

Vitamin C (120mg, 200% RDA) Vitamin B12 (2.4mcg, 100% RDA) Vitamin D3 (2000 IU, 500% RDA) Iron (15mg, 100% RDA) Zinc (10mg, 100% DV) Calcium (as a buffer for Vit. C, 1mg, 10%) Trans Resveratrol (15mg) Blue Spirulina (100mg)

Product Highlights: High potency, high absorption Multivitamin with essential minerals for total immunity support. Sourced from plant based ingredients grown in Europe for best quality. Gluten free, responsibly sourced, vegan, non-GMO, non-allergenic, bottled in glass for mother earth. 

"All vitamin and mineral supplements are not created equally! I always look for the best farmers to source produce, whether for a juice bar or a high quality supplement like this one." — Marcus Antebi, Founder

      Trans Resveratrol (15mg)

      What makes my Multi Vitamin Mineral + special is that I am using the best quality Trans Resveratrol in my formula. TRV is extracted from red grapes; 15mg has the same antioxidant equivalent to 10 bottles of red wine. TRV supports overall immunity and health. In preclinical studies, TRV has been shown to engage in numerous biological processes that could possibly aid in the prevention and/or treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegenerative diseases. Antioxidants fight free radicals that degenerate our cells.*

      Blue spirulina (100mg)

      Blue spirulina is an aquatic plant that is rich in nutrients, and it’s one of my favorite compounds. It's both an antioxidant and a source of electrolytes. The purity of the spirulina that I source is second to none.*

      Vitamin C (120mg 200%RDA)

      Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods. Humans, unlike most animals, are unable to synthesize vitamin C endogenously, so it’s an essential dietary component. Ongoing research is examining if vitamin C, by limiting the damaging effects of free radicals through its antioxidant activity, might help prevent or delay the development of certain cancers, cardiovascular disease, and other diseases in which oxidative stress plays a causal role.* Plant-based.

      Vitamin B12 (2.4mcg 100%RDA)

      Deficiencies in B12 are common for vegetarians and meat and flesh eaters alike. The general reason is linked to the imbalance in healthy gut bacteria which are related to the synthesis of this vitamin in the overall digestive system. This is a B complex I have been using for along time and I trust its purity and quality.*

      vitamin D3 (2000IU 500%RDA)

      I have been using this source of plant based D3 for years. Many D supplements are derived from the wool or skin of sheep. Yech! The best source of D is from sunlight. D is a nutrient found in some foods and is needed for health and to maintain strong bones. It does so by helping the body absorb calcium (one of bone’s main building blocks) from food and supplements. People who get too little D may develop soft, thin, and brittle bones, a condition known as rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults.*

      Calcium (1mg 10%RDA)

      Calcium is used as a buffer to ease the absorption of Vitamin C in the stomach.

      Iron (15mg 100%RDA)

      Iron is a mineral that the body needs to produce red blood cells. When the body does not get enough iron, it cannot produce the number of normal red blood cells needed to keep you in good health. This condition is called iron deficiency (iron shortage) or iron deficiency anemia.* You do not need to consume the flesh of an animal to obtain Iron (or any nutrient for that matter); it is readily available in the plant kingdom. Deficiencies are caused by many factors, but not eating enough red meat is never a factor.

      zinc (10mg 100%RDA)

      Zinc, a nutrient found throughout your body, helps your immune system and metabolism function. Zinc is also important to wound healing and functioning of your senses of taste and smell.* With a varied diet, your body usually gets enough zinc. Food sources of zinc do not have to include flesh foods, contrary to what many people teach. If a nutrient is not readily available in the plant kingdom, the human body does not need it. Zinc is readily available in a wide variety of edible plants.

      *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent disease.

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