Few dispute taking a multivitamin isn't a bad idea - they can in fact add benefits to our diets. In this specialist market, with truthfully very little customer understanding, the real question has always been, which one? Age and lifestyle matters a great deal. Now Solgar have gone and added four new multivitamins to their range! But hopefully, rather than adding complications their new range will improve choice and give the lacklustre multivitamin market a badly needed shot in the arm.
The benefits of a smarter multivitamin, a sexier one, are long over-due. If we’re going to take a multivitamin doesn’t it make sense to take one which has additional ingredients to improve other areas of our health, and take it in a form which is more digestible, natural and beneficial?
Natural Caffeine from Green Coffee Bean (Coffea spp.), Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) Extract (leaf), Guarana (Paullinia cupana) (seed), Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) Extract (leaf), Kola Nut (Cola acuminate) Extract (seed), Kaneka® Coenzyme Q-10 60 mg, Alpha-Lipoic Acid 50 mg, Rhodiola Root Extract (Rhodiola rosea) 50 mg, (standardised to contain 1.5 mg [3%] rosavins), Citrus Bioflavonoid (Citrus spp.) Complex (whole fruit).
The Brain, Heart and Vision MultiPluses would contain other key ingredients, according to purpose and need. The cost of purchasing all those key ingredients as separate products would be very high. In the “complex” form it’s going to be cheaper, without compromise, and they’re probably doing more good that way than separately taken, anyway.
Ultimately, Solgar Vitamins say that, “Wholefood nutrition tries to offer 'insurance' that the most important nutrients are provided for our health.”
It’s Whole Body Health Made Simple.
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