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How does your multivitamin stack up?

It’s time to put your current multivitamin to the test using the ABCs of Optimal Supplementation Guidelines from Naked Calories. By following each of the 5 steps below, you will be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your current multivitamin.

Step 1: A stands for Absorbency

No. 1) Look at your multivitamin. What form does your multivitamin come in?






Step 2: B stands for Beneficial quantities

No. 2) Look at the supplement facts on the back of your multivitamin.Does your multivitamin have at least 100% of the Daily Value (DV) for all of the following 20 essential micronutrients?
vitamin A vitamin C vitamin D vitamin E vitamin K B1 (Thiamin) B2 (Riboflavin) B3 (Niacin) B5 (Pantothenic Acid) B6 B7 (Biotin) B9 (Folic Acid) B12 Magnesium Zinc Selenium Manganese Iodine Molybedenum Chromium*
*It should also be noted that although Cr (chromium) is included in the RDI and has an established reference level, it is not considered an essential nutrient. Any reference to the like should be disregarded.
No. 3) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain between 500 and 600 mg of calcium?
No. 4) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain at least 2000 IU of vitamin D?
No. 5) Is your multivitamin designed to be taken at least two times a day? (Be careful, directions must state to take at least twice a day.)
No. 6) How many of the following accessory micronutrients does your multivitamin contain?
Boron Silicon/Silica Vanadium CoQ10 Alpha Lipoic Acid L-Carnitine Choline Quercetin Lutein Grapeseed Extract Zeaxanthin Astaxanthin




Step 3: C stands for micronutrient Competition

No. 7) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain vitamin A and vitamin D within the same formulation (for example, within the same pill or capsule)?
No. 8) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain zinc and copper within the same formulation (for example, within the same pill or capsule)?
No. 9) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain B5 (pantothenic acid) and B7 (biotin) within the same formulation (for example, within the same pill or capsule)?
No. 10) When examining the supplement facts does your multivitamin contain iron?
No. 11) When examining the packaging of your multivitamin, does it state that it has Anti-Competition™ Technology?

Step 4: S stands for micronutrient Synergy

No. 12) Does your multivitamin contain bioflavanoids, (such as: grapeseed extract, quercetin, catechins, hesperidin, or rutin) and vitamin C in the same formulation (for example, within the same pill or capsule)?

Almost done.