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Maintaining a balanced diet can be challenging, leading many to turn to multivitamins as a nutritional safety net. But what exactly are these popular supplements, and are they necessary for your health? That’s what we’re going to explore in this article where we’ll delve into the world of multivitamins — exploring their benefits, the scientific evidence regarding their efficacy, and guiding you on how to choose the right one for your needs.

What Are Multivitamins and Do You Need One? 

Multivitamins are dietary supplements containing a combination of vitamins, and often also other minerals, or nutrients.

They're designed to provide nutrients that may not be consumed sufficiently through your diet alone.

The need for a multivitamin varies based on individual dietary habits, health conditions, and lifestyle factors.

For instance, people with dietary restrictions, such as vegetarians, or those with certain health conditions may benefit more from multivitamins. However, it's important to note that multivitamins are supplements and not substitutes for a healthy, balanced diet.

Benefits of Taking Multivitamins

The primary benefit of multi-vitamins is to fill nutritional gaps and ensure an adequate intake of essential nutrients. 

Vitamins in general can: 

  • Boost immune function. [1] 
  • Improve mental clarity and reduce stress and anxiety. [2] 
  • Improve Memory [3] 
  • Enhance energy levels. [4] 
  • Improve skin, hair, and nail health.[5] [6] 

It's important to understand that while multi-vitamins can help supplement a diet, they should not be used as a sole source of essential nutrients.

Vitamins & Their Purposes: 

To give you a better idea of how important vitamins are, and which ones you need, we wanted to give you a full list of Vitamins and their purposes. 

Vitamin A
  • Essential for vision, immune function, and skin health.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
  • Crucial for energy metabolism and nerve function.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
  • Helps in energy production and red blood cell formation.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
  • Important for DNA repair, metabolism, and skin health.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
  • Essential for hormone production and energy metabolism.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
  • Involved in amino acid metabolism and red blood cell production.
Vitamin B7 (Biotin)
  • Supports healthy hair, skin, nails, and metabolism.
Vitamin B9 (Folate)
  • Vital for DNA synthesis and cell growth, especially important during pregnancy.
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)
  • Essential for nerve function, red blood cell production, and DNA synthesis.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
  • Important for collagen synthesis, immune function, and antioxidant protection.
Vitamin D
  • Crucial for bone health, immune function, and calcium absorption.
Vitamin E

Acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage.

Vitamin K
  • Essential for blood clotting and bone metabolism.

Scientific Evidence on Multivitamin Efficacy

There is much evidence that a multivitamin supplement can boost immune function, improve mental clarity and memory, enhance energy levels and contribute to heart health.

For example, in a recent study at Columbia University, it was found that multivitamins can combat memory loss in older adults.

However, there are also some studies to suggest that multivitamins on their own can’t combat chronic diseases.

This isn’t a surprise and it’s one of the reasons, you shouldn’t only rely on supplements to get your nutrients, especially chemical compounds. It’s much better to get your vitamins from whole-food sourced ingredients.

Choosing the Right Multivitamin Supplement

Selecting the right multivitamin involves several considerations:

Do you know which vitamins you are missing/lacking in your diet? If not, this might be something to look at first.

Ingredient source:
Ideally, you will want to get the vitamins from whole-food sourced ingredients as this way your body is absorbing natural foods, rather than chemical formulations.

Some multivitamins are designed for specific groups, such as prenatal vitamins for pregnant women or age-specific formulations for seniors.

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It can be annoying when you’re taking 20 different pills, and often these come with different binders which can have side effects.

Much more than a multivitamin

Verve contains adaptogens, minerals, and pre & probiotics that have over 200 science-backed health benefits.
Using whole-food sourced ingredients such as alfalfa, spirulina, spinach, wheat grass, barley and much more.


Unlike traditional multivitamins that you might need to take several times per day, Verve V80 is one convenient and delicious shake that you can make once per day. A habit that’s not just healthy, but also one that you can look forward to.

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