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8 nutrients. 1 balanced multi.

Sourced with whole foods. Formulated to support a plant-based lifestyle.

Vitamin B12

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Sprouted Quinoa

  • The Benefits

    Vitamin B12 helps maintain your body's energy levels and keeps nerve and blood cells healthy.*

  • The Background

    B12 isn’t produced by our bodies or plants, so plant-based people should typically supplement. However, most multivitamins don't have enough to meet the recommended daily intake according to absorption guidelines.* Our dosage was determined specifically with the needs of plant-based people in mind.

  • The Form

    Sprouted quinoa with cyanocoblamin and methylcoblamin blend — two bioavailable forms of B12 that can easily be absorbed by the body.*

  • The Dose

    150 mcg

  • The Source

    Switzerland

  • The Research

    Craig WJ., Health effects of vegan diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2009.

Omega-3

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Microalgae

  • The Benefits

    Omega-3 fatty acids keep your brain sharp, your immune system strong, and your heart healthy.*

  • The Background

    Of the three main forms of omega-3 (ALA, EPA, and DHA) only ALA is found in plant-based foods, but all three are important for optimal health.* Most multivitamins lack the important DHA + EPA combination in plant-based form. We use an algal oil with the ideal balance of both.

  • The Form

    Fermented microalgae — high in DHA and EPA for a natural source from the sea.

  • The Dose

    150 mg DHA + 75 mg EPA

  • The Source

    USA

  • The Research

    Craddock JC, Neale EP, Probst YC, Poples, JE., Algal supplementation of vegetarian eating patterns improves plasma and serum docosahexaenoic acid concentrations and omega‐3 indices: a systematic literature review. Journal of human nutrition and dietetics, 2017

Iron

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Fermented Koji (Rice)

  • The Benefits

    Iron creates hemoglobin which transports oxygen to the organs, muscles, and body tissue.*

  • The Background

    There are two forms of dietary iron: heme (found in animal foods) and non-heme (found in plant foods). Non-heme iron has a lower absorption rate than heme iron so adding a moderate dose to your daily routine can be beneficial for keeping your blood healthy.*

  • The Form

    Koji iron and iron bisglycinate — many iron supplements cause gastrointestinal irritation, but our blend is a no-nausea, bioavailable improvement.*

  • The Dose

    8 mg

  • The Source

    USA

  • The Research

    Haider LM, Schwingschackl L, Hoffman G, Ekmekcioglu C., The effect of vegetarian diets on iron status in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Critical Review Food Science and Nutrition, 2018

Iodine

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Sea Kelp

  • The Benefits

    Iodine creates thyroid hormones that help your body extract food nutrients and regulate metabolic health.*

  • The Background

    In plant-based foods, iodine is found inconsistently as it depends on the iodine content of soil. You can consume an adequate amount of this nutrient by regularly eating seaweed or iodized salt. However it's prudent to supplement if this isn't part of your daily routine.

  • The Form

    Sea kelp — a naturally rich seaweed source of iodine.

  • The Dose

    100 mcg

  • The Source

    Iceland

  • The Research

    Leung AM, LaMar A, He X, Braverman LE, Pearce EN. Iodine status and thyroid function of Boston-area vegetarians and vegans. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2011

Vitamin D3

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Microalgae

  • The Benefits

    Vitamin D helps you absorb calcium to maintain strong bones as well as supports your immune system, brain, and nervous system.*

  • The Background

    Even though it’s called the “sunshine vitamin,” most of the sun’s vitamin D comes from UV radiation — which we avoid while indoors or block with sunscreen. Few foods contain enough vitamin D.*

  • The Form

    Cholecalciferol from microalgae — Vitamin D3 is up to 3x more effective than D2, and ours is all natural from the sea.*

  • The Dose

    20 mcg

  • The Source

    England

  • The Research

    Elorinne A-L, Alfthan G, Erlund I, Kivimäki H, Paju A, et al. Food and nutrient intake and nutritional status of Finnish vegans and non-vegetarians. PloS One, 2016

Vitamin K2

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Fermented Chickpeas

  • The Benefits

    Vitamin K2 helps carry calcium and minerals into teeth and bones.*

  • The Background

    While K1 is easily found in fruits and vegetables, K2 is far less common in plant-based foods. K2 is also the most powerful form of Vitamin K so it's important not to overlook.*

  • The Form

    MK-7 — made from fermenting chickpeas, this form of pure non-soy MK-7 lasts longer in the body than its counterparts MK-1 and MK-4.*

  • The Dose

    90 mcg

  • The Source

    Norway

  • The Research

    Theuwissen E, Magdeleyns EJ, Braam LA, Teunissen KJ, Knapen MH, et al. Vitamin K status in healthy volunteers. Food & Function, 2014

Zinc

  • The Benefits

    Zinc helps your body fight off viruses, heal wounds, and even properly taste and smell.*

  • The Background

    While beans and grains are great plant-based zinc sources, compounds known as phytates bind to zinc and reduce its absorption in the body. Studies have shown that plant-eaters can sometimes require up to 50% more zinc to get the recommended daily intake.*

  • The Form

    Zinc citrate — the most easily absorbed form of zinc.*

  • The Dose

    11 mg

  • The Source

    Germany

  • The Research

    Freeland-Graves JH, Bodzy PW, Eppright MA., Zinc status of vegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 1980

Selenium

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S. Cerevisiae (Yeast)

  • The Benefits

    Selenium is an antioxidant mineral that helps protect the body against cell damage. When paired with iodine, it is also crucial in regulating your thyroid and metabolism.*

  • The Background

    Our depleted soil means that plant foods generally don't contain enough selenium. This is even true of some Brazil nuts, which are thought to be high in this antioxidant mineral.

  • The Form

    Selenomethionine from yeast — the most common organic form of selenium.*

  • The Dose

    60 mcg

  • The Source

    Canada

  • The Research

    J Kadrabová, A Madaric, Z Kováciková, E Ginter, Selenium status, plasma zinc, copper, and magnesium in vegetarians. Institute of Preventive and Clinical Medicine, 1995

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