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Multi-Vit Oral Spray

Multi-Vit contains 100% of the recommended daily value (DV) of vitamins A, B1 (Thiamin), B5 (Pantothenic acid) B6, and Folate (B9); 125% DV of vitamin D3; 200% DV of vitamin B12; 50% DV of Niacin (B3); and 20% DV of vitamin C. We have also included a proprietary blend of trace minerals designed to complement the activity of the vitamins.
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Multi-Vit contains 100% of the recommended daily value (DV) of vitamins A, B1 (Thiamin), B5 (Pantothenic acid) B6, and Folate (B9); 125% DV of vitamin D3; 200% DV of vitamin B12; 50% DV of Niacin (B3); and 20% DV of vitamin C. We have also included a proprietary blend of trace minerals designed to complement the activity of the vitamins.


Until recently, many doctors recommended multivitamins only to women planning to get pregnant. Others believed that, in general, a multivitamin was necessary only if you dont get all the nutrients you need from diet alone. Now most doctors believe that taking a multivitamin is good insurance for all patients.

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can stem from many things, including poor eating habits, a very low-calorie or strict vegetarian or vegan diet, or advancing age (when the bodys ability to absorb key nutrientsincluding vitamin D from sunlight and vitamin B12 from fooddiminishes.) Others with special nutritional needs include women who are pregnant, likely to become pregnant, or breast-feeding; anyone with a disorder that impairs digestion or absorption, as in after gastric surgery; or anyone with a chronic, nutrient-depleting illness, such as cancer or AIDS.1

Vitamins are divided into two types: fat soluble and water-soluble. Fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K) are stored in the fat tissues and liver. When the body requires these nutrients, they are transported to the necessary area within the body and used as needed.

Water-soluble vitamins (including the vitamin B group and vitamin C) are not stored in the body like the fat soluble ones, and need to be replenished everyday.

Dont take our word for it. See what doctors, health care professionals and scientists have to say:

Many of us strive to have a well-rounded diet, rich in fruits and vegetables. Fresh organic produce is the best source for antioxidants and vitamins. Fruits, nuts, vegetables, when included in your diet daily, helps reduce your risk for cancer, heart disease, stroke and other chronic diseases. So, why do I need a multi-vitamin, you ask? Mulit-vitamins can provide your body key nutrients that your diet may be lacking and can help prevent chronic diseases. We are exposed to many toxins in our daily life and these vitamins can help with liver detoxification pathways so that toxins are broken down and excreted in an efficient manner. I recommend a daily multivitamin supplement to almost all of my patients. Dr. Mundeir at Surat Naturopathic (9/7/11)

1. November 2007 issue of Consumer Reports on Health

Q - A recent magazine article about multivitamins said that taking them is a waste of money. How do you feel about this?

A - That's nonsense. If you eat the perfect diet; live a calm lifestyle; and avoid toxins such as pesticides, heavy metals, prescription drugs and radiation, then perhaps you wouldn't need to take additional vitamins, minerals, and other supplements. But we live in the modern world, and a strong foundation program that includes a multi is a necessity these days Dr. Stephen Sinatra ( 5/14/12

If you've ever tossed from the fridge weary vegetables that never made it to your plate, you're not alone. Despite our best intentions, healthy eating habits sometimes go astray. So, nearly 50 percent of adults use a daily multivitamin to pick up the nutritional slack in their diets, according to the American Dietetic Association (ADA). Most dietitians favour improving food choices over popping a pill, but they also understand the safeguarding benefits of a multivitamin. "Food and supplements are not mutually exclusive," says Marie Dunford, Ph.D., R.D., the author of Nutrition Logic: Food First, Supplements Second, who believes a multivitamin can "insure" you on days when healthful habits slide. Cynthia Sass, M.P.H., M.A., R.D., (a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and an adjunct professor of nutrition at the University of South Florida.)

I dont know a single person who gets their 2½ cups of veggies daily. Nor have I encountered anyone who manages to consume enough calcium, whole grains, or fruit every single day in order to cover the RDA requirements. Additionally, even whole foods are not as nutritionally dense as they used to be. In years past, foods where grown from natural nutrient rich soil, not festering with pesticides, and pollutants from the air. As time goes on and the world changes, so then does our food supply. It is no great epiphany that people need to supplement with multivitamins. Multivitamins can be a vital part of your health and wellness regimen. They can help prevent chronic disease including heart disease, osteoporosis and cancer.

Q - But I heard that multivitamins could cause harm.

A - Riiight. Injecting an infant with eight vaccines simultaneously is just fine. No need to concern oneself with the electromagnetic radiation emanating from cell phones and cell phone towers. Fluoridating the water supply is a good idea because it reduces the incidence of dental caries. Drinking diet beverages loaded with phosphoric acid and aspartame is not a problem. People should take statins and antidepressants as preventive medicines. Pay no attention to the chemicals being sprayed in the air by unmarked planes. And corn sugar is peachy keen. But look out for those multivitamins... they could cause some serious damage!

Dr. Matthew Marturano: Do I Really Need a Multivitamin, And Can They Harm Me? (Please read his entire article on the website:

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I don't like swallowing tablets, and multivitamins normally make me burp and leave a bad taste in my mouth for hours so for many years I never took anything.

Decide to try those sprays and they are absolutely great ! They are gentle on my system and don't taste bad. It's light and easy to carry wherever I go. When I go abroad I won't have problems with the checks, which is great.

They are suitable for vegetarian and have all the important nutrients that I was after.

Heidi and David are also very helpful and extremely friendly. Super fast delivery as well. I'll definitely be coming back for more :)

Giuliana | Eastbourne | November 2015

Multi Vit Spray: Commenced using the multi Vit spray after long discussion with David & Heidi in May 2014. I have an ongoing metabolic disorder and am taking a number of supplements to aid digestion but felt constantly rather low with fluctuating moods and energy levels. Had had blood checks for Vit. B12 and D. Results normal. I ingest six sprays orally once a day and after two months certainly felt much better and more vitalised. This I have maintained. It is so easy to use and I would recommend this method for ensuring daily vitamins intake.

B Ivall | Dorset | October 2014