Male-Specific Nutrients for Active Lifestyles
The male body has specific needs – especially if it is to stay active and healthy throughout a lifetime. Men’s Multivitamin contains the specific nutrients a man’s body needs to thrive. Our multivitamin includes saw palmetto for better prostate function and powerful antioxidants lycopene, alpha lipoic acid, CoQ10, and grape seed extract for a healthy brain and heart.
Men’s Multivitamin is a premium-quality multivitamin scientifically formulated to fuel a man’s unique nutritional needs all in two easy-to-swallow softgels.
Scientifically Formulated to meet your daily nutritional needs PLUS:
• Extra B vitamins for energy
• Saw palmetto for better prostate function
• Powerful antioxidants including lycopene, alpha lipoic acid, CoQ10, and grape seed extract
Men’s Multivitamin is designed to help support:
• Good Nutrition - For when you don’t always eat as well as you should. 1,2
• Healthy Aging - Your nutritional needs increase as you age so getting the nutrients you need helps to keep you healthy. 3
• Brain Health - Daily multivitamins and high antioxidants are associated with improvements in short-term memory and a healthier brain overall. 4,5
• Good Mood and Energy - A good multivitamin gives you more energy and promotes a better mood. 6,7,8
• Better Muscle Function - Both vitamins D and vitamin B6 help support muscle function. 9,10
• Longevity - Multivitamins have been shown to help improve longevity.11
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3 McKay DL, Perrone G, Rasmussen H, Dallal G, Hartman W, Cao G, Prior RL, Roubenoff R, Blumberg JB. The effects of a multivitamin/mineral supplement on micronutrient status, antioxidant capacity and cytokine production in healthy older adults consuming a fortified diet. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 2000 Oct 1;19(5):613-21.
4 Grima NA, Pase MP, Macpherson H, Pipingas A. The effects of multivitamins on cognitive performance: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2012 Jan 1;29(3):561.
5 La Rue A, Koehler KM, Wayne SJ, Chiulli SJ, Haaland KY, Garry PJ. Nutritional status and cognitive functioning in a normally aging sample: a 6-y reassessment. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 1997 Jan 1;65(1):20-9.
6 Sarris J, Cox KH, Camfield DA, Scholey A, Stough C, Fogg E, Kras M, White DJ, Sali A, Pipingas A. Participant experiences from chronic administration of a multivitamin versus placebo on subjective health and wellbeing: a double-blind qualitative analysis of a randomised controlled trial. Nutr J. 2012 Dec 14;11:110.
7 Harris E, Kirk J, Rowsell R, Vitetta L, Sali A, Scholey AB, Pipingas A. The effect of multivitamin supplementation on mood and stress in healthy older men. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental. 2011 Dec 1;26(8):560-7.
8 Kaplan BJ, Crawford SG, Field CJ, Simpson JS. Vitamins, minerals, and mood. Psychological bulletin. 2007 Sep;133(5):747.
9 Pfeifer M, Begerow B, Minne HW. Vitamin D and muscle function. Osteoporosis International. 2002 Mar 1;13(3):187-94.
10 Maharam LG, Bauman PA, Kalman D, Skolnik H, Perle SM. Masters Athletes. Sports Medicine. 1999 Oct 1;28(4):273-85.
11 Xu Q, Parks CG, DeRoo LA, Cawthon RM, Sandler DP, Chen H. Multivitamin use and telomere length in women. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2009 May 1:ajcn-26986.