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Now Foods, Daily Vits, 250 Tablets

Item # : 1168
Manufacturer SKU : 733739037718
Product Code : NF3771
Package Details : 250 Tablets
Serving Size : 1
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 250 Days
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Now Foods, Daily Vits, 250 Tablets
Price(र)  : 4920.00

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NOW Foods Daily Vits Multi Vitamin and Mineral with Lutein and Lycopene helps to bridge the nutrient gap in our daily diets. NOW Foods Daily Vitamin & Mineral Multi can help fill in the areas lacking in our diets, and are formulated to provide a broad range of nutrition in a synergistic manner.  In today's world of processed foods and fast-paced lifestyles, many of us do not get the daily recommended allowance of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

Suggested Use:

As a dietary supplement, take one tablet daily a with meal.


Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 1 Tablet


Amount Per Serving

%Daily Value

Beta-Carotene (as pro-Vitamin A 0.6 mg)

1,000 IU


Vitamin A (from Retinyl Palmitate)

4,000 IU


Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)

60 mg


Vitamin D (as Ergocalciferol)

100 IU


Vitamin E (from d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate)

30 IU


Thiamine (from Thiamine HCl)

1.5 mg



1.7 mg


Niacin (as Niacinamide)

20 mg


Vitamin B-6 (from Pyridoxine HCl)

2 mg


Folic Acid

400 mcg


Vitamin B-12 (as Cyanocobalamin)

6 mcg



300 mcg


Pantothenic Acid (from Calcium d-Pantothenate)

10 mg


Calcium (from Calcium Carbonate)

150 mg


Iron (from Amino Acid Chelate)

9 mg


Iodine (from Potassium Iodide)

150 mcg


Magnesium (from Magnesium Oxide)

75 mg


Zinc (from Amino Acid Chelate)

15 mg


Selenium (from L-Selenomethionine)

35 mcg


Copper (from Amino Acid Chelate)

1 mg


Manganese (from Amino Acid Chelate)

2 mg


Chromium (from AAC**)(Chelavite)

60 mcg


Molybdenum (from Sodium Molybdate)

35 mcg


Potassium (from Potassium Chloride)

40 mg


Boron (from Boron Citrate)

150 mcg

Lutein (from Marigold Extract)

100 mcg

Lycopene (from Natural Tomato Extract)

100 mcg

Vanadium (from Vanadyl Sulfate)

10 mcg

† Daily Value not established.
AAC** = Amino Acid Chelate

Other Ingredients:

Cellulose, stearic acid (vegetable source), magnesium stearate (vegetable source), vegetable coating and silica.

Contains soy derivative. Contains no sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives.

Vegetarian/Vegan product.


Natural color variations may occur in this product.

Store in a cool, dry place. Please recycle.

Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or Poison Control Center immediately.

Do not eat freshness packet. Keep in bottle.


Q. Why do many nutritionists say minerals are more important than vitamins?
A. Those who have studied the body and the effect of nutrients have learned vitamins have little or no benefit in the absence of adequate minerals. 


Q.I have heard some nutritional experts say the world is facing a health crisis because of mineral deficiencies. Is this true?
A.This may be very true. It is been said that possibly 100% of all humans and animals suffer from a mineral deficiency. Much of this can be attributed to a deficiency of minerals in the soils where plants grow. In prehistoric times the soils of the earth, within 8 ft. of the surface, contained upward of 80 minerals. Today, we are lucky to find more than 18 minerals. This deficiency occurred due to millions of years of wind and rain erosion, several hundred years of unwise farming practices and now to some extent, from commercial fertilizers.


Q.What is the difference between Major minerals and Trace minerals?
A.There is no difference. All minerals are the same. However, those that the World Health Organization believes an adult needs in quantities of more than 100 MG per day are classified as major minerals. Those that are believed to be required in smaller quantities are called trace minerals.


Q.Why do the well-known mineral supplements contain only about 12 minerals at best?
A.Most nationally advertised mineral supplements come from the earth and are classified as metallic minerals. They are usually available in capsule or tablet form. All metallic minerals come from soil, ground up rocks or ancient seabeds etc. Due to the earths’ mineral deficiency, there aren’t more than 12 or 15 minerals available to put into most nationally advertised brands.


Q.What is the difference between plant minerals and metallic minerals?
A.Metallic minerals are metals and supposedly are much more difficult to assimilate because they are harder for the human digestive system to dissolve. Minerals like those that come from tomatoes, carrots, apples or Sizzling Minerals were at one time metallic minerals. As the plants grew the metallic minerals passed through the plant roots and through a scientific process known as photosynthesis, the metallic minerals became water-soluble and were broken down in size. This is Mother Nature’s way of converting metallic minerals into a more useable and effective form for human and animal consumption. According to the Colorado School of Mines, a plant mineral (depending on the specific mineral) is hundreds and even thousands of times smaller than a metallic mineral. Supposedly, due to the solubility and small size, a plant derived mineral can be more easily assimilated than a metallic mineral.


Q.Can aluminum be safe for humans to consume?
A.Few people are aware of this but nearly every food on earth contains a significant amount of aluminum because aluminum is the second most abundant mineral in the earth. Fortunately the aluminum in a tomato or carrot is attached to another molecule by Mother Nature. It is not raw aluminum like that used to make soup pans. The aluminum in a tomato is attached to a hydrogen molecule and it basically is aluminum hydroxide. Aluminum hydroxide is approved for food and food processing throughout the world.


Q.What are amino acid chelated minerals?        
A.Amino acid chelated minerals, also referred to as chelated minerals or mineral chelates, are minerals that have been chemically engineered to become more bioavailable to your body. Amino acids act as carriers to ship the much-needed minerals to the destination. During the production process a single metal ion is bound (chelated) to multiple amino acid molecules.


Q.Why are amino acid chelated minerals superior to common inorganic minerals?     
A.In contrast to the high-tech nature of chelated minerals, common inorganic minerals that are used in majority of vitamin and mineral supplements today are minerals that are easily found in nature or in the earth, in the forms of rock or limestone. Mineral chelates and common inorganic minerals are not considered in the same league of nutrition school. First of all, chelated minerals are substantially more bioavailable than common inorganic minerals. For mineral to be absorbed by your body, it has to be soluble in the luminal fluid of the small intestine. The pH of the small intestinal fluid below the duodenum is 7.0-7.2. Most inorganic minerals will form insoluble hydroxides and become nonabsorbable at this pH. Chelated minerals, on the other hand, are well shielded by amino acids, and will not precipitate to cause absorption problems. Secondly, using chelated minerals also prevents gastrointestinal (G.I.) distress. As mentioned above inorganic minerals can cause magma precipitation. This precipitation can coat the mucous membrane, resulting in diarrhea and constipation. Chelated minerals, however, do not form magma precipitation, and using them will not cause stomach disorders. In addition chelated minerals are kept intact from many compounds regularly found in foodstuffs. Those compounds that commonly exist in foods, such as carbonates, phosphates, oxalates and phytates, oftentimes attach themselves to inorganic minerals to form insoluble precipitates. These precipitates will further reduce the absorption of minerals in the small intestine. Finally chelated minerals help protect vitamin stability. Inorganic metal ions may serve as a catalyst to further the oxidation and degradation of vitamins. Chelated minerals, on the other hand, are well shielded by bonded organic ligands. They will not come in contact with vitamin molecules; thus, the vitamins will be protected from oxidation and degradation. And since magma precipitation is prevented, chelated minerals will not absorb vitamins and cause them to become nonabsorbable - problems that common inorganic mineral are known to cause.   


Q.I understand that the absorption rate of inorganic minerals is much lower than that of chelated minerals. Can I increase absorption by raising dosage of inorganic minerals?
A.You could. But as a result there will be more inorganic minerals precipitated in the small intestine, and the excess amount of magma precipitation will cause G.I. tract distress such as diarrhea or constipation. The precipitate can also absorb crucial vitamins as it is excreted, thus depriving the body of essential vitamin. Therefore, increasing the amount of common inorganic minerals would actually be detrimental.

MULTI-VITAMIN  (03/11/2012)  
I love this multivitamin. I feel the difference in my energy level.

GOOD DAILY VITAMIN  (04/10/2011)  
Better than the store brands.

REVITALISING!  (11/10/2014)  
Miss.SHWETA (From : PUNE)
I was feeling very weak after working hard for 3 weeks without much sleep. So I took 1 tablet after dinner and went to bed. Next day morning I felt full of energy and all my body pain, joint pain, headache had vanished! I take 3 tablets in one week and the result has been marvelous! The size of the tablets is huge so it took me a while to get used to.