03 Dec Improve Your Health with a Multivitamin from Prolean Wellness
According to the USDA, most Americans lack the proper amount of vitamins and minerals in their diets. For this reason, it is a good idea to include a multivitamin in your diet. Prolean Wellness’s Multi Essentials multivitamin is an excellent solution toward helping to ensure you get the vitamins and minerals that your body needs to be as healthy and strong as possible. Here is a closer look at some of the benefits that the Prolean Wellness Multi Essentials multivitamin provides.
When present in the proper amounts, vitamins and minerals work cooperatively and synergistically. For this reason, the Prolean Wellness multivitamin includes a balanced profile of zinc and copper, calcium and magnesium, vitamins C and E, vitamin B12 and B vitamin complex, bioactive folate, beta-carotene and trace elements.
The micronutrients in Prolean Wellness’s multivitamins are provided in bioavailable forms so they can be better absorbed by the body and utilized. For example, the multivitamin contains natural vitamin E rather than synthetic dl-alpha-tocopherol, as natural vitamin E has been proven to be 100 more bioavailable than its synthetic counterpart.
This specialized formula of multivitamin contains a broad spectrum of nutrients that offer antioxidant properties. These include vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene, selenium, zinc and trace elements. The careful balance allows them to work synergistically to regenerate each other and maintain consistent levels of antioxidant activity.
Our powerful multivitamin also contains generous levels of B vitamins in a balanced form, which boosts the cooperative functioning of this family of vitamins and helps your body create the energy it needs.
Prolean Wellness’s multivitamin contains significant levels of B12, folate, niacin and riboflavin to help support phase I detoxification. Vitamin C, beta carotene, copper, manganese, selenium, tocopherols and zinc contained in the multivitamin help to protect tissues from reactive intermediates formed between phase I and phase II.
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