Monster Labs Multi Vitamin 90 Tablets
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SUPPORT YOUR TRAINING, SUPPORT YOUR HEALTH
Monster Labs Multi Vitamin is an exclusive multivitamin and multi-mineral supplement formulated to provide the micronutrients hard-training athletes need in the amounts they need to help support performance, growth, and overall well-being.
Many multivitamins are built on under-dosed blends of random micronutrients, and some may even include ingredients that hinder the absorption of others. Monster Labs Multi Vitamin contains a specific blend of synergistic micronutrients to deliver and help you absorb critical vitamins and minerals in the amounts and forms you need.
THE SCIENCE OF Monster Labs Multi Vitamin
Research suggests that athletes and those who exercise intensely lose many critical vitamins and minerals from training, particularly B vitamins, vitamin C, chromium, selenium, iron, and copper. This is due to a variety of factors, including the loss of minerals in sweat and urine, their increased use for energy production during workouts, and their increased use for recovery and protein synthesis after workouts.
Therefore, it’s critical that you get far more than the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) or Daily Value (DV) for certain vitamins and minerals to help maximize results. Monster Labs Multi Vitaminwas formulated to deliver these optimal micronutrient amounts.
ADDITION BY SUBTRACTION
Many multivitamins sold today include minerals that you don’t want in a multi – namely, zinc, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. These minerals can inhibit the uptake of important nutrients, like amino acids, as well as other critical minerals.
Zinc may affect the uptake of amino acids, thus possibly inhibiting muscle size and strength gains. Zinc may also affect copper and zinc absorption. Calcium, found in a vast majority of multivitamins, may interfere with iron and manganese absorption. Magnesium, also common in multivitamins, may interfere with manganese and calcium absorption. As for phosphorus, you don’t want too much of it, and the typical American diet is already rich in this mineral. Too much phosphorus in the body can inhibit vitamin D’s effectiveness, having negative consequences on bone health and even testosterone levels.
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