A-Z multivitamin & mineral formula
Complete multivitamin and mineral supplement offering all essential vitamins and minerals in a food-based formula for high bioavailability. The vitamins and minerals are in a form similar to food, which the body is designed to digest.
- Perfect daily multivitamin and mineral
- Provides 26 important nutrients
- Bio-available combination in True Food Form
- Mega potency without mega doses due to high absorbability
- Ideal supplement during pregnancy and when breastfeeding
- Naturally contains beta glucans which may assist immune health
- Great taken with Higher Nature’s omega oils.
One tablet typically provides
Beta Carotene* 1.33mg Vitamin B1* 0.47mg Vitamin B2* 0.53mg Vitamin B3* 6mg Vitamin B5* 2mg Vitamin B6* 0.67mg Vitamin B12* 0.65µg Folic acid* 66.67µg Biotin* 50µg Vitamin C* 20mg Citrus Bioflavonoids* 8mg Vitamin D (330iu)* 8.25µg Vitamin E (2.5iu)* 1.67mg Vitamin K* 33.3µg Boron* 0.25mg Calcium 1 90mg Copper* 0.33mg GTF Chromium* 33.3µg Iodine* 50µg Iron* 1.67mg Magnesium*1 15.83mg Manganese* 0.67mg Molybdenum* 83µg Selenium* 25µg Zinc* 3.33mg Silicon* 0.25mg *True Food nutrients also contain B vitamins, betaglucans, glutathione, choline, inositol, amino acids and other phytonutrients naturally found in fermented food cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (food yeast). 1 From Lithothamnion calcarea (calcified seaweed).
Tableted with these natural ingredients
Sunflower oil, vegetable magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose coating, natural vanilla extract, glycerine.
Take 1-3 tablets a day, with or between meals (children over 8 years, 1-2 tablets). As a guide, the nutrients in True Food® Supernutrition Plus are 2-8 times more bioavailable than standard isolated vitamins and minerals.
This product contains iron which, if taken in excess, may be harmful to very young children. Keep out of their sight and reach. B vitamins may turn urine bright yellow, this is normal. Some people have an allergic response to yeast but the allergen, which causes an allergic response, is a protein on the yeast cell wall and when broken down the protein’s ability to evoke an allergic response is lost.