High Vitality Capsules is Our Full Spectrum Concept in convenient capsule form, Providing High Energy, Antioxidants, 17 Vitamins, 72 Minerals, Anti-aging – 136 Nutrients in One Capsule
High Vitality Capsules Multivitamin 120 Caps
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High Vitality Caps are great Multi-Vitamin and an alternative for those wishing a complete multi-vitamin/mineral formula in a capsule. Many people prefer these when traveling, High Vitality Caps represent over two years of formulation trial and error in order to produce a stabilized product in capsule form. With the addition of new key nutrients the formula is now an excellent vitamin for energy. When looking for a well-balanced health supplement this formula may represent the best vitamins for men as well as the best vitamin for women. This multi vitamin formula also provides the best vitamin for energy due to the addition of our energy factors.
Excerpted from a lecture, Institute of Nutritional Science. Reproduced by permission.
The Best Vitamins for Energy
The term Full Spectrum Nutrition was coined by me back in the early 1990’s. It refers to any formula that provides all of the known nutrients into one formula. Many multi-vitamin formulas do not come close to providing all the known nutrients for the human body. These we call fragmented formulas. Every day your body needs at least 100+ nutrients for optimal health and wellness. These include 3 fatty acids, 16 vitamins, 72 major, and trace minerals, phytonutrients, amino acids, and antioxidants. Ideally, these should be provided in one formula for the sake of compatibility and to create an economical natural energy vitamin product.
Composition of The Best Vitamins for Energy
There are several forms of vitamin and mineral supplements to choose from. The most common and often least expensive are in tablet form. Tablets offer higher potencies in smaller spaces due to the tight compression of the material. Tablets have the convenience of being able to take fewer pills but the breakdown and absorption of many tablet formulas is very poor. You may have heard of the stories about the thousands of vitamin pills found in sewers and septic tanks that have passed through the body undigested. Sadly, these stories are true. Those at the greatest risk for absorption problems are those over the age of 50.
The Best Vitamins for Women vs. The Best Vitamins for Men
A current trend in multi-vitamin/mineral products is to specialize in formulas for men or for women. There are really little differences between the needs of men and women and as such so-called specialty formulas for men or for women can be met in one single formula, making it more convenient. Extra amounts of key nutrients usually found in Women’s Vitamins can certainly be included in a non-gender specific formula for both men and women. The newly added energy group makes this one of the best vitamins for energy as well.
To conclude our discussion of natural energy vitamins, there are several essential points that a consumer should consider. The first factor is of course, potency. A formula must provide adequate amounts of each of the known essential nutrients in order to meet the body’s daily requirement. The minimum dosage is rarely enough as we all absorb nutrients at different levels of efficiency. Next we must consider absorption. It has been said that ‘you are what you eat’, but we know that really you are what your body is able to absorb and assimilate. The best vitamins for energy are only as good if they are absorbed. Women’s vitamins as well as men’s vitamins can be combined as all these nutrients are actually needed by both.
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