Almost every medical practitioner believes in the benefits of vitamin supplementation of the diet. Vitamins are essential substances in the diet that exert major controls over the chemistry of life. Modern research demonstrates that certain vitamins have disease prevention and even treatment capabilities when taken in the correct amounts or forms. The concept of recommended daily intakes (RDI) has been challenged, as it becomes clear that some nutrients assist in preventing several chronic diseases. Some vitamins may slow some of the physical deterioration that occurs with aging. The Standard American Diet (SAD), or Western diet, does not always provide a consistent amount of the minimum quantities of vitamins or minerals that are needed to avoid “hidden” vitamin deficiency states. The modern, love affair with processed food commits every adult in America to think very seriously about regular vitamin intake. While vitamins are some of the body’s best friends, they have to be given in optimum amounts.

Multivitamins are nutritional support for many body structures and functions. Natural Clinician believes that multivitamins are best taken with co-factors and this is an important issue in the formulation of Clinical Multivitamin Forte™. While the professional approach to vitamin insurance is found in powder mixes that contain extracts of fruit, vegetables, berries and greens (CLINICAL DAILY PREVENTION™), individuals “on the go” may prefer to take capsule rather than powder formulations or may wish to take a combination of both when required.
Clinical Multivitamin Forte™ contains generous amounts of health giving vitamins in the following complex formulation which combines antioxidants and other vital nutrients. Clinical Multivitamin Forte™ contains:

• B vitamins including niacin (vitamin B3), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12), thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), pantothenic acid, biotin and folic acid

• Vitamins A, C, D3, E

• Added for antioxidant function are: green tea extract, turmeric, choline, inositol, PABA, grape seed extract, lutein & lycopene plus a small amount of black pepper

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