I don't think it is necessary to take this multivitamin product every day. A few days a week is sufficient for the purposes of most people.
Top Benefits of MultiVit Rx multi vitamin
1. This multi vitamin supplement supplies the whole list of essential vitamins including A, B complex, C, D, and E in a natural form.
2. Supplies the important minerals including calcium, magnesium, chromium, potassium, selenium, zinc, manganese, and others.
3. Physical Energy support - you will feel more energized, motivated, and perhaps get more work done during the day.
4. Mental Energy support - most users will feel more mentally alert and focused with better mood. You may also consider Mind Power Rx.
5. Powerful antioxidant support with beta carotene, acetylcysteine, astaxanthin, zeaxanthin, green tea extract, and flavonoids.
6. Immune support herbs and nutrients.
7. This multivitamin supplement has vision support nutrients with lutein, carotene, zeaxanthin, and citrus bioflavonoids. For a potent vision support formula, consider Eyesight Rx.
8. Extra: Highly Beneficial nutrients and extracts such as green tea, octacosanol, rutin, lycopene, and others.
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Vitamin C with Rose hips (ascorbic acid)
Vitamin E (mixed tocopherols)
Vitamin B-1 (thiamine hcl)
Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin)
Vitamin B12 - Methylcobalamin
Pantothenic acid (d-calcium pantothenate)
Iodine (potassium iodine)
Selenium (amino acid chelate)
Copper (amino acid chelate)
Chromium (amino acid chelate)
Molybdenum (amino acid chelate)
Green Tea (leaves)
N-Aceytl-L-Cysteine is a potent antioxidant.
Inositol is a mind enhancer.
PABA (para aminobenzoic acid)
Rutin is a potent flavonoid.
Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex
Choline (bitartrate) is a methyl donor that helps with alertness and focus.
Lycopene is found in tomatoes and watermelon and pink fruits such as grapefruit.
Lutein for better vision
Zeaxanthin for eye health
Q. I'm wondering what the caffeine "punch" is in the
MultiVit Rx. I see that there are 50mg of green tea listed in the ingredients
and I know that every individual will have a different response to green tea.
What have people said, in general, about the green tea effect in this
supplement? I am very interested to try it but have terrible problems sleeping,
and need to watch my caffeine intake closely.
A. The 50 mg of green tea is with 4 capsules and most people only need one or two capsules a few times a week so the caffeine content is minimal.
Q. I would like to try out the MultiVit Rx, but
would like to know if, in general, it would conflict with any other supplements/vits.
I am already taking. I am currently taking Ubiquinol, Udoís 369, Biosil,
Chastetree berry, B-complex and Vit. C. I honestly donít think it will conflict,
but just want to check first. Second, if I am taking the multivitamin, do I
still need to take the B-Complex?
A. It would be a good idea to skip the vitamin C and the B complex on the days of this this multivitamin product.
Over the years I have taken many different multivitamins and never felt anything from them. I am truly surprised by MultiVit Rx. I have more energy, more motivation, feel more productive and proactive. It's really remarkable. I really never expected to feel anything.
Yes, MultiVit Rx is a remarkable supplement. We suggest using no more than one or two capsules a day and we recommend taking a break at least one or two days a week.
I love your MultiVit Rx product. One capsule in the morning gives me all day energy and sense of well being.
What is the absorbency percentage of MultiVit Rx?
Absorption tests are rarely done with natural products since they would cost too much to do for each product. It is quite well known by multiple studies that these herbs and nutrients are well absorbed so there is no point in doing the studies over and over again since it would cost tens of thousands of dollars to do these tests on each product.
Combining with other supplements
Thanks to all for the excellent web site and products. Based on some of the testimonials and suggested use, I have a question as to which supplements to take together. I take the following - on Mon, Wed and Fri, Mind Power Rx and Eyesight Rx. On Tue, Thu and Sat, Prostate Power Rx and Passion Rx. And one MultiVit every day. I have noticed improvements with the supplements. I welcome any advise or suggestions that you may have. Another note, I'm 50 years old and in good health.
You are doing it quite well although you may wish to reduce the multivitamin to three or four times a week rather than daily. If you notice insomnia then it is time to cut back a little more. Do take a break each for for at least a day.
I am already using Multivit Rx. I am now considering
purchasing Mind Power Rx and Passion Rx. Please advise a program I can use with
all three products. Does the multivitamin come in
We really are not in a position to do so since each person is unique in their reaction to products, however we can give a general guideline. MultiVit Rx can be used a capsule a day for 4 or 5 days a week. Mind Power Rx can be used a capsule a day 3 or 4 times a week. Passion Rx can be used 2 or 3 times a week, but we prefer not taking other supplements on these days since it is potent by itself.
I have purchased
MultiVit Rx. Can they be taken together?
We would suggest at first not taking both the same day, but to take resveratrol for 2 or 3 days in a row to see how you feel, then stop it and take MultiVit Rx one capsule for 2 or 3 days to see how that one makes you feel, and then you can decide to alternate their use or take them both together.
I wish to take this product but I am concerned about the green
tea in it. I cannot
tolerate stimulants well. I am a diabetic and I also have a nodule on my thyroid
that I am being treated for with Armour. I also have high cholesterol and was
taking Lipitor, but stopped because it is a statin. My doctor put me on Precose
for my diabetes but I am thinking of trying something natural.
The amount of green tea is 50 mg of leaves, not extract, so it is a minimal amount. It is up to your doctor to determine whether MultiVit Rx is appropriate for you since you are on several medicines.
I recently purchased the Eyesight Rx and MultiVit Rx.
Would it be safe
to take both at the same time, same day? It is suggested to take Eyesight Rx
supplement along with 2 to 4 fish oils. What kind of fish oils do you recommend
and how much milligrams of each fish oils do you take?
We can only provide general suggestions that you can discuss with your doctor for your particular case. MultiVit Rx is best not taken the same day as Eyesight Rx, many people alternate their use every other day. Most fish oil pills can be taken one to 3 pills a day.
Does MultiVit Rx have iron in it? If not, why not, since it is supposed to be a multi vitamin.
Iron acts as an oxidant (instead of antioxidant) and since most Americans consume meat and have good iron stores, it is not necessary to expose them to more iron. Those who are iron deficient due to being a vegetarian can take an iron supplement separately.
I've bought the MultiVit-Rx but many doctors warn me
for the presence of potassium iodide to prevent damage to the thyroid.
If this is true , why it is present in this supplement?
We don't agree that this amount of potassium iodide is harmful.
I noticed on your newsletters that you don't talk much about
and I was going to supplement a different type of minerals called interdimensional minerals. I take the following: High spin state monatomic
Iridium combined with electron enhanced Rhodium, Osmium, Palladium, Ruthenium
and Platinum. In your opinion is there anything that you think would harm the
human body. I notice that alot of products that have many beneficial herbs,
minerals, foods, and antioxidants contain copper. I have heard copper is toxic
but you know it was only hear-say.
It is difficult to say much about rare minerals because so few human studies are available, and it is nearly impossible to know whether supplementing with these minerals leads to better health. Plus, minerals, in excess, can be toxic, as opposed to vitamins that can be excreted by the body quite easily if more than enough is ingested.
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Side effects, adverse reactions
Q. I took 1 cap Multi Vit Rx in the a.m. with breakfast and was unable to sleep that night. I am not taking any other supplements or medications. I am 65, female, 104 lbs, suffered fibromyalgia and depression my whole life. Also very sensitive to supplements. Is it possible to take half or less of a capsule and still get benefits?
A. Yes, it is okay to take half a capsule or less.
Q. How kind of you to respond to me personally! With the volume of e-mails you must get I didnít think I would hear from you. Forgot to tell you that I weigh 104 lbs. which might affect the multiís strength where Iím concerned. My husband weighs 150 lbs (6í tall) and does great on one cap a day. Thanks again for your great website and all the help you provide through it.
Compared to other products
Q. I am in the process of choosing a supplement regime and would like to know your opinion about Melaleuca vitamins "Daily Life". Since this is a costly venture, we would like to make sure that we are not throwing our money away. I have looked at MultiVitRx and would like to know how you feel about them compared to the multi-pac Melaleuca supplements.
A. I am not familiar with Melaleuca products. I formulated MultiVit Rx and feel that it is an excellent supplement used one capsule a few days a week. How it compares to Melaleuca Daily Life is unknown to me.
Nutrients. 2013 Nov 11. The effects of multivitamin supplementation on diurnal cortisol secretion and perceived stress. Recent evidence suggests that dietary intake of vitamins, in particular the B-vitamins including B6, B9 and B12 may have a number of positive effects on mood and stress. Given the effects of stress on a range of biological mechanisms including the endocrine system, it could be reasonably expected that multivitamin supplementation may also affect markers of these mechanisms such as diurnal cortisol secretion. In the current double-blind placebo-controlled study 138 adults (aged 20 to 50 years) were administered a multivitamin containing B-vitamins versus placebo over a 16-week period. Salivary cortisol measurements were taken at waking, 15-min, 30-min and at bedtime, at baseline, 8-weeks and 16-weeks. Perceived Stress was measured at baseline, 8-weeks and 16-weeks, while blood serum measures of B6, B12 and homocysteine (HCy) as well as red cell folate (B9) were also collected at these time points. A significant interaction was found between treatment group and study visit for the Cortisol Awakening Response.