Do I need a multinutrient on a whole food plant-based diet?

Georgina Roberts Updated by Georgina Roberts

In an ideal world, no one would ever have to take a multinutrient. Unfortunately due to industrial food production, poor soil quality, excessive sanitation and environmental factors it is harder than ever before to get all of the nutrients you need to stay healthy. That goes for whether you are following a plant based diet or not!

If you are eating a wide range of organic, high quality whole foods you are probably getting a lot of your nutrient requirements through your diet. There are a few nutrients that are harder/not possible to get through a plant based diet (Omega 3, B12) so it is important to supplement with those.

Our Vegan multinutrient helps you to cover your bases! This multinutrient has been formulated based on the most up to date scientific literature, to cover all of the most common potential deficiencies that may occur when following a plant based diet. By providing these nutrients in safe and synergistic quantities, it allows vegans and vegetarians to be more flexible with their food choices on a daily basis.

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