Mixed Case of 12 (15% savings): 6 Women's and 6 Men's
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Whole food extracts including kale, acai, watercress, and goji berry, have been added to supply additional phytochemicals and maximize the antioxidant benefit of the supplement
120 vegan capsules
Manufactured by a GMP certified and FDA-regulated facility
Dr. Fuhrman’s Women’s Daily Formula +D3 multivitamin and mineral supplement is uniquely designed for women and is formulated to complement a healthful diet and active lifestyle. Women’s Daily Formula +D3 supplement contains adequate amounts of essential nutrients that may be lacking, even in a healthful diet, yet excludes any ingredients that have the potential to cause harm. Scientific studies indicate that certain nutrients, in isolated form, are potentially harmful. Women’s Daily Formula +D3 supplement excludes ingredients that have the potential to cause harm such as vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin E, folic acid, and copper.
Since Vitamin D has recently emerged as a crucial nutrient for many facets of health, Women’s Daily Formula +D3 supplement includes 2000 IU of vegan vitamin D3 to ensure adequate intake to achieve optimal levels without the need for additional supplementation. In addition, Women’s Daily Formula +D3 supplement has other unique ingredients, based on the latest scientific research, to best support women’s health. Maitake mushroom extract is added as mushrooms have been found to support breast health. Vitamin K2, low in plant-based foods, yet essential for bone health is also added. Studies also suggest vitamin K2 supports cardiovascular health. Also included, to support women with active lifestyles, is taurine, an amino acid that is depleted during heavy exercise and may be low in people who follow a plant-based diet.
Vitamin D, the Right Stuff Vitamin D insufficiency is thought to be a key contributor to many human diseases including several cancers, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, and autoimmune diseases.
Are Multivitamins a Waste of Money?
Most studies have not found any benefits of multivitamins for preventing chronic disease, and some have found harms. However, it is important to prevent micronutrient deficiencies. Should we take multivitamins?
Do Multivitamins Do Women More Harm Than Good?
A study of women in Sweden found that those who took multivitamins regularly were more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Most multivitamins contain a combination of helpful and potentially harmful ingredients; which ingredients should women look for (and which should they avoid) when choosing a multivitamin?
Think all Multivitamins are created equal? Think again! Certain vitamins, in general, are simply harmful! Dr. Fuhrman's goal in creating his multivitamin and mineral supplement is to first "do no harm" and second provide a "best in class" multi that will top off a good diet.
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