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    Multivitamin + Iron

    The Foundation

    • Contains iron, essential for people who menstruate
    • Fills real dietary gaps
    • Better, not more, ingredients in easily digestible forms
    • Designed with the latest research to be effective
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    Non-GMO
    Non-GMO
    Vegetarian
    Vegetarian
    Gluten-Free
    Gluten-Free
    The basics
    Strong Research
    Strong Research
    In addition to macronutrients like protein and carbohydrates, the body requires essential vitamins and minerals to function — but most people’s diets don’t perfectly meet the daily amounts of each based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. A great way to meet those goals is with a multivitamin that fills real gaps found in standard American diets — without adding too much of what you likely do get from what you eat.
    The basics
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    Did you know?

    More than a third of all Americans take a multivitamin each day.

    Research and benefits

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    Helps fill nutritional gaps

    Many people find it difficult to eat a balanced and healthy diet with the recommended quantities of fruits and vegetables every day. Taking a multivitamin can help fill those nutritional gaps by providing necessary vitamins and minerals.

    Number of studies

    6

    Years of studies

    1999-2016

    Double-blind placebo

    No

    Many people find it difficult to eat a balanced and healthy diet with the recommended quantities of fruits and vegetables every day. Taking a multivitamin can help fill those nutritional gaps by providing necessary vitamins and minerals.

    Oral contraceptives can deplete nutrients

    While effective in preventing pregnancy, oral contraceptives can deplete important nutrients in your body like B vitamins, folate, and magnesium. If you take a contraceptive, you should consider a multivitamin to make sure you’re getting the necessary vitamins and minerals your body needs.

    Number of studies

    3

    Years of studies

    2008-2019

    Double-blind placebo

    No

    While effective in preventing pregnancy, oral contraceptives can deplete important nutrients in your body like B vitamins, folate, and magnesium. If you take a contraceptive, you should consider a multivitamin to make sure you’re getting the necessary vitamins and minerals your body needs.

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    Smarter formulas

    Nutrients with an impact

    While some multivitamins cover nutrients from A-Z, we pinpointed the nutrients most commonly missing from people’s diets today. Then, we chose forms for easy digestion and absorption — like methylated B vitamins and chelated minerals — in doses studied to be effective.

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    Better
    ingredients

    Our Multivitamin + Iron is formulated with ingredients sourced for efficacy, like plant-based calcium and magnesium sourced from purified seawater. Unlike most calcium supplements that are sourced from limestone, our marine source has the benefit of an additional 70 trace minerals that support calcium utilization by the body.

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    Sourced for efficacy ·

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