Contains Shilajit: Shilajit helps with absorption. This mineral complex has been used in ayurvedic medicine for centuries.
"Shilajit is known for its ability to rejuvenate cells by driving oxygen and nutrients into the cell and supporting the body’s natural antioxidant activity, whereby the body rids itself of free radicals."
Contains Vitamin K2-MK7: I've written extensively about MK7, and for good reason (search my blog for articles on this amazing nutrient). This nutrient is hard to find in diet, let alone in other vitamins, and works hand in hand with vitamin D3 and calcium to strengthen bones and lead to better heart health.
It also helps improve immune function, promotes healthy blood sugar, and much more!
Contains Methylfolate and Methyl B12: Most multivitamins contain folic acid and vitamin B12 as cyanocobalamin, and that's fine for some people; however, the problem with these essential vitamins is more than 50% of people's bodies won't convert them into their end-stage useable forms.
By adding methylfolate and methyl B12, more than 50% of Americans can finally get the forms of these vitamins their bodies need to function.
Contains Alpha-Lipoic Acid (ALA): One of Mother Nature's most potent antioxidants, ALA helps protect cells so they function at maximum capacity.
Here are a few things ALA has been shown to help with:
- Eye protection
- Migraine prevention
- Weight loss
- Exercise improvement
- Heart protection
- Bone strengthening
- Preventing metabolic conditions
Contains Ginger: As you probably know, ginger's a powerful anti-inflammatory and contains many antioxidant properties.
However, one of the best reasons to include it in a multivitamin is because it helps soothe your stomach. I'm sure you've noticed most multivitamins recommend taking it with water on an empty stomach; well, for a lot of people, this will cause some pretty severe digestive issues.
Ginger reduces these feelings so you can enjoy the health benefits of your multivitamin without the unpleasant stomach issues.
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