In the market for a GREAT multivitamin

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    Mst is an overlooked company with great products
    I'm surprised not more of a mention. I've never been disappointed with any of their products


  2. Quote Originally Posted by MultiVitamin View Post
    No. It has poor forms of vitamins not to mention NOW has had reoccurring issues with meeting label claims
    Really? Hadn't heard this. Thanks for the heads up.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by MultiVitamin View Post
    No. It has poor forms of vitamins not to mention NOW has had reoccurring issues with meeting label claims
    Now is an excellent company. Just because they had some issues doesn't mean they are a bad company. A lot of smaller less known companies may have more issues that you just don't hear about because they just aren't the same size. You have to see it from a different perspective given the size of Now foods. Never had any problems with any Now products and I fully support them.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Now is an excellent company. Just because they had some issues doesn't mean they are a bad company. A lot of smaller less known companies may have more issues that you just don't hear about because they just aren't the same size. You have to see it from a different perspective given the size of Now foods. Never had any problems with any Now products and I fully support them.
    I use a lot of their products and have always thought highly of them.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Now is an excellent company. Just because they had some issues doesn't mean they are a bad company. A lot of smaller less known companies may have more issues that you just don't hear about because they just aren't the same size. You have to see it from a different perspective given the size of Now foods. Never had any problems with any Now products and I fully support them.
    Ditto. Many companies in this community routinely have issues with label claims. NOW does sell a few status quo supps (Mag oxide) that I don't feel are worthwhile, but I can see they're just responding to customer demand.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Now is an excellent company. Just because they had some issues doesn't mean they are a bad company. A lot of smaller less known companies may have more issues that you just don't hear about because they just aren't the same size. You have to see it from a different perspective given the size of Now foods. Never had any problems with any Now products and I fully support them.
    NOW is a wonderful company and you make a lot of great points.

    Not to bite my tongue but I believe Adam may have been reformulated and now has a CoA, so I may have spoken too soon.

    My apologies

  7. Athletic Multi
    Orange Triad
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  8. i force athletic multi, now adam, and ruthless 3d...theres other options that may absorb better but it ultimately comes down to what your willing to spend for a multi
    AM10 for 10% off at Mindandmuscle.com
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  9. Orange Triad and Greens for me! Love the stuff.
    NSCA-CSCS and CPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy

  10. Its really hard to find a better multi than Gasparis Anavite for athletes. It has everything. I don't really use mmultis but if I did it would be Anavite.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by haiz69 View Post
    Orange Triad and Greens for me! Love the stuff.
    ^^^^This I stocked up when they were 25 plus free shipping per tub

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Sprinterguy4 View Post
    I have been taking alot of supplements lately. Mainly preworkouts and testboosters and i have been chasing the level of fitness and lung capacity that i had at 18-19 for a few years now with no luck. My diet was horrible then, but i remembered that my level of fitness went up after about a month of dosing centrum performance multivitamin. I now know that this is bunk compared some other multivitamins out there. There are plenty top dollar ones out there that all claim to be the cream of the crop but which one is the best for endurance, energy and lung capacity? (Other than animal pak, i swallow enough pills per day as it is lol)
    Although I never got the rep position with CL I will always reccomend orange triad and rep their other products. The new powdered version seems to be amazing! Pills are my personal fav though. Staple for years.
    Online community manager/lead rep of Chaos and Pain,LLC and Fundamental Nutrition.Check us out!chaosandpain.com fnsupps.com Follow me on instagram:@pyrobatt

  13. I typically go with Athletic Multi or Orange Triad.

  14. AOR Orthocore is my personal favourite but Gaspari Anavite and CL Orange Triad are also great. I prefer both of those in their powdered forms for solubility. Orthocore is a capsule instead of a tablet for better solubility as well.

  15. Sunwarrior Raw Vitamins for Him

    It's expensive, but you get what you pay for.

    /thread

  16. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    Sunwarrior Raw Vitamins for Him

    It's expensive, but you get what you pay for.

    /thread
    I take your Sunwarrior and raise you a GOL Living Multi :P

  17. Quote Originally Posted by kissdadookie View Post
    I take your Sunwarrior and raise you a GOL Living Multi :P
    Not bad at all. I guess it's probably overall better value with the greens complexes and whatnot. Sunwarrior gives you probiotics as well, with some Cordyceps, etc. Both top notch. I like the GOL proteins, never tried the multi. I can honestly say that I "feel" the Sunwarrior multi, and I can truly say that I've never felt a multi before in my life. After a week I could tell something was different. Good choice with the GOL.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    Not bad at all. I guess it's probably overall better value with the greens complexes and whatnot. Sunwarrior gives you probiotics as well, with some Cordyceps, etc. Both top notch. I like the GOL proteins, never tried the multi. I can honestly say that I "feel" the Sunwarrior multi, and I can truly say that I've never felt a multi before in my life. After a week I could tell something was different. Good choice with the GOL.
    Oh, I definitely feel the Living Multi. Not because it's giving me an extra burst of energy or what not, but it does wonders for my GI. There's also a hefty dose of mushrooms in it, the veggies blend also more or less have you covered on veggies. There are enzymes and probiotics in there as well that they don't list since the product is essentially fermented powdered foods compressed into caplets.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by kissdadookie View Post
    Oh, I definitely feel the Living Multi. Not because it's giving me an extra burst of energy or what not, but it does wonders for my GI. There's also a hefty dose of mushrooms in it, the veggies blend also more or less have you covered on veggies. There are enzymes and probiotics in there as well that they don't list since the product is essentially fermented powdered foods compressed into caplets.
    Sad thing is that a lot of people will see the price and be turned off by them without realizing just how superior they are. Some people might see the doses too and see they aren't 8000% of RDA and think they're underdosed when the bioavailability is far far far superior to that of synthetic vitamins.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    Sad thing is that a lot of people will see the price and be turned off by them without realizing just how superior they are. Some people might see the doses too and see they aren't 8000% of RDA and think they're underdosed when the bioavailability is far far far superior to that of synthetic vitamins.
    Yup, pretty much. Though this chit is friggin expensive, I'm not going to lie. LoL.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by kissdadookie View Post
    Yup, pretty much. Though this chit is friggin expensive, I'm not going to lie. LoL.
    For sure it is, about double your standard multi. Means I have to sacrifice another supplement, or park a little further from work lol. Small price to pay for top notch quality IMO, but I do agree its tough to justify $50 for a multi.

  22. Natural is definitely better in some cases for kinetic reasons, but that's not a rule across the board. Most micronutrient deficiencies are treated with synthetic vitamins because they often have improved bioactivity over natural forms. Examples include 5-mthf, magnesium orotate, calcium citrate, cholecalciferol, etc. This is especially true when comparing to vegetable forms of vitamins, as this multivitamin is all plant and no animal.

    It looks fine btw, I'm just trying to help you understand that natural does not mean better in all cases. For certain vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin E, natural tends to be better because of other constituents aiding delivery

  23. AOR OrthoCore looks good; been looking for a multi that uses 5-mthf instead of folic acid.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by GreenMachineX View Post
    AOR OrthoCore looks good; been looking for a multi that uses 5-mthf instead of folic acid.
    I never heard of this until you mentioned it. I normally don't take multivitamins (maybe a b-complex twice a week) since I always felt I get enough from food but I might just try this orthocore and see if I feel any difference. Read a few good reviews and I'm intrigued

  25. While looking at some choices of multis I was quite impressed with Dr. Feelgood from San. It looks like a solid profile.
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