SportMulti Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement - 180 Caps

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SportMulti Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement - 180 Caps

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SportMulti is a multivitamin and mineral supplement for athletes. We made SportMulti because we believe that every athlete should take a multivitamin and mineral supplement designed to address the unique needs of our bodies under the added stresses of training and competition. A high potency and complete multivitamin and mineral supplement in its most bioavailable form should be the foundation of an athlete's nutrition program to help reach optimum performance and maintain overall good health.
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SportMulti Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement - 180 Caps

SportMulti is a multivitamin and mineral supplement for athletes. We made SportMulti because we believe that every athlete should take a multivitamin and mineral supplement designed to address the unique needs of our bodies under the added stresses of training and competition. A high potency and complete multivitamin and mineral supplement in its most bioavailable form should be the foundation of an athlete's nutrition program to help reach optimum performance and maintain overall good health.

We created SportMulti as our first FTM Brand (Feed The Machine brand) supplement product for two main reasons. First, we believe that the right multivitamin and mineral supplement should be at the core of every athlete's nutrition plan. If you could only take one supplement, it should be a multivitamin and mineral complex as long as it's the right one. That leads to our second reason. We wanted to offer a simple but yet effective multivitamin and mineral complex that was complete, high potency, and used the most bioavailable forms of nutrients. Nothing else should be added to ensure you get the most powerful multivitamin-mineral blend per capsules. Other nutrients, if needed, should be obtained from food sources or other products. To be effective, a good supplement should only contain vitamins or minerals, period. Simple but hard to find on the market today, until SportMulti.

To learn more about vitamins and minerals, their function, and common food sources, read this article.

SportMulti benefits include:

  • Designed for Athletes
  • Complete Vitamin & Mineral profile (ex: how many other products contain the essential vitamin K?)
  • High Potency (high but safe dosage to address the unique needs of athletes)
  • Can replace all your other individual Vitamin and Mineral supplements
  • Powerful Antioxidants
  • Complete B-Complex Vitamins
  • Supports Bone Health
  • Most bioavailable forms (use most easily absorbed forms which translates to higher potency)
  • Nothing else added, to ensure enough vitamins and minerals are delivered in every capsule.
  • Made in a cGMP Certified facility (Food and Drug Administration's current Good Manufacturing Process regulations - ensures what's on the label is exactly what's in the bottle)
  • Vegetarian Capsules (ease of absorption, no bovine materials whatsoever)
RECOMMENDED USE
If exercising daily, as a dietary supplement take 3 capsules with your morning meal and 3 capsules with your evening meal. If not exercising daily and/or simply living an active lifestyle, take 3 capsules with your morning meal only.

SUPPLEMENT FACTS
Serving Size: 6 Capsules  •  Servings per Container: 30


Amount per
Serving
  % Daily Value *
Vitamin A (Natural Betacarotene)
7500  IU 150%
Vitamin A (Palmitate) 3000  IU 60%
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 1000  mg 1667%
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 500  IU 125%
Vitamin E (D-alpha tocopheryl acetate  & mixed tocopherols) 500  IU 1667%
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) 100  mcg 125%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine HCI) 100  mg 6667%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 100  mg 5882%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin, Niacinamide) 100  mg 500%
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCI) 50  mg 2500%
Folate (Folic Acid) 400  mcg 100%
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 100  mcg 1667%
Biotin 150  mcg 50%
Vitamin B5 (Cal-d-pantothenate) 150  mg 1500%
Calcium (Carbonate) 500  mg 50%
Iodine (Potassium iodide) 100  mcg 67%
Magnesium (Aspartate) 200  mg 50%
Zinc (Zinc Picolinate) 15  mg 100%
Selenium (L-Selenomethionine) 100  mcg 143%
Copper (Gluconate) 1  mg 50%
Manganese (Gluconate) 10  mg 500%
Chromium   (Picolinate) 150  mcg 125%
Molybdenum (Ammonium Molybdate)    50  mcg 67%
Potassium (Bi-Carbonate) 50  mg 1% 
Boron (Citrate) 1  mg  
Vanadium (Vanadyl Sulfate) 25  mcg  
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate, Vegetable Capsules

FAQ
Why are vitamins and minerals so important?
Vitamins and minerals are foundational nutrients. That is, they are the nuts and bolts of the body so to speak and are the foundation of good health. They are building and maintenance materials that, over time, build the strongest and healthiest body possible. Vitamins and minerals are also essential nutrients. This means that the body cannot make them but they are essential to life. They must be obtained from food or sunlight. If you don’t obtain enough of them through your diet (think organic vegetables and fruits everyday), you’ll find yourself deficient and sometimes never realize it, especially if you’ve been living in a deficient state for years. So, they are important for everyone but are crucial for athletes. Any deficiency in any vitamin or mineral will prevent you from achieving optimal performance. If you don't get enough vitamins and minerals, forget performing at your best.

Why is vitamin and mineral supplementation for athletes so important?
Unfortunately, modern diets that include processed foods and fruits and vegetables grown in nutrient poor soil result in vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Combine this with the fact that athletes require much more due the the added stress of training/racing (ex: sweating calcium while exercising) and the need for supplementation becomes clear.

Do I have to take SportMulti in split dosage (3 in the morning and 3 in the evening)?
The short answer is no. You can take all 6 at the same time. If you do, we recommend that you take them after your training when the body is in most need of nutrients. In general, by splitting the dosage, you are providing a more gradual nutrient release over the course of the day which is a good approach for most.

Can I take too much SportMulti?
Like any supplement, too much of a good thing can be a problem.  But, following the RECOMMENDED USE instructions on the bottle will give you the results you are looking for.

Will SportMulti conflict with any other supplements I am taking?
We recommend that you assess what you are already taking as a supplement, read our label and see if you have any duplication. If you are already taking Calcium, Iron, Vitamin C, etc, you are probably duplicating your efforts. We recommend that you start simply with SportMulti as your supplement. If after a few weeks you feel you need an additional dose of something else, go ahead. We're pretty comfortable that you will not need anything else.

I am a top athlete and submit to performance enhancing drug testing. Do I have to be concerned about taking SportMulti?
Absolutely not. SportMulti was produced in a GMP Certified facility. It is the standard by which all supplements should be modeled. What is on the label is what's in the bottle. What is in the bottle is fully WADA, USADA, UCI, IOC and USAT compliant. Simple as that.

Why does SportMulti contain no Iron?
Iron is an essential mineral and one of its main function is the formation of hemoglobin (the red pigment in blood that carries oxygen). For this reason, it's crucial for athletes to have enough. That said, supplementing with iron when you already have enough can be toxic. While some athletes can be deficient (see below how athletes loss iron), many others are not. For this reason, and for the fact that there is a reliable blood test to check your iron levels, we opted to leave it out of our formulation. To test your iron levels, ask your doctor to test your serum ferritin the next time you do a blood test. If your test indicates an iron deficiency, only then should you consider supplementation or increasing your consumption of iron rich foods like meats, fish, leafy vegetables, beans, and tofu.

Below is an explanation of how athletes can lose iron faster than sedentary people through the following 6 different ways:

  • Sweat loss (on a typical day we loss about 1.0 - 1.5 liters of sweet per hour which equates to about 0.4 mg - 0.6 mg of iron)
  • Footstrike hemolysis (destruction of red blood cells caused by the impact of feet hitting the ground while running)
  • Compression hemolysis (crushing of red blood cells by intense muscular contraction) which occurs in a wide range of athletes
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding which is common in endurance athletes
  • Acidosis (acid gut) which affects many athletes
  • Loss of blood through oxidation damage to cell membranes which affects just about every athlete

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

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Customer Reviews
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1. on 7/23/2014, said:
Best multi vitamin I've used to date. And I don't see myself switching!
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