How to Select a Quality Multivitamin Supplement at an Affordable Price [video]

Posted by on January 25, 2013 in Food, Drink & Nutrition with 3 Comments

Jonathan Willbanks offers helpful pointers on how to select a quality multivitamin at a reasonable price. Also discussed are common misconceptions about multivitamins, how some forms of synthetic vitamins can actually be harmful, what to look for in a good multivitamin, and how to shop wisely to get the most health bang for your buck.


For your convenience, you can purchase the multivitamins recommended in this video at the links below. 

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW One™ Multivitamin for Women — 75 Capsules

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW One™ Multivitamin for Men — 75 Capsules

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW Women — 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW Men — 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW 50 and Wiser Women — 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Garden of Life Vitamin Code® RAW 50 and Wiser Men — 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Vitacost Synergy NeuroPower®† Multi-Vitamin — 180 Capsules

Vitacost Synergy® CardioLift† Multi-Vitamin — 180 Capsules

Source Naturals Life Force™ Multiple No Iron — 180 Tablets (2-a-day formula) 

Source Naturals Life Force™ Multiple No Iron — 180 Capsules (deluxe 4-a-day formula)

Finally, if you really have a hard time swallowing pills, a very solid drinkable multivitamin is Zeal. Just add water to the naturally flavored, stevia-sweetened vitamin powder and drink it up. It tastes like fruit juice, and while I don’t have much personal experience with it, I’ve seen it work wonders for some close friends. Click here to learn more about Zeal. 

Financial Disclosure: Conscious Life News earns a small commission when you purchase through our links. Your purchase supports your health and our work at CLN. 

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  1.' Jaysun says:

    Nice! Good to know that Source Natural’s Life Force, the multi-vitamins that I have been taking after spending a little time online researching for the best vitamins, is recommended by Jonathan. Always good to have one’s research backed up. Also, thanks for the info on low quality vitamins versus high quality, Jon.

  2. Alcyone says:

    Thank you Jaysun! I’m glad you enjoyed the video, and happy I could confirm your multivitamin choice!

  3. Orthomol Vitamin b overdose now all is clear, thanks for the help in this question.

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