VitaMist spray Multiple is one of the most popular supplements today, combining many essential vitamins and minerals into one dose. Although most nutritionists recommend getting your nutrients from a well-balanced diet, lack of time often hinders this effort. For those that have chosen to ensure their nutritional intake by adding supplements to their diet, VitaMist Spray Multiple enables them to do so, in a quick, convenient way. VitaMist Spray Multiple includes more than 12 different vitamins and minerals, tailored to meet the human body's requirements. These include Vitamins A, C, D, E, the B-complex vitamins; thiamin, niacin, pantothenic acid, B6 and B12, folate, beta-carotene and more. Keeping your body balanced, that's what VitaMist Spray Multiple is all about. These days, nobody can doubt that dietary supplementation is highly beneficial for everybody.
SHOULD YOU TAKE A SPRAY MULTIVITAMIN?
We always hear that you should get your nutrients from a "good, well-balanced diet", but surveys consistently show that large groups of consumers fall short on the requirements for some key nutrients.
WHAT DO MULTIVITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS DO?
Multiple vitamin/mineral supplements contain a variable number of essential or non-essential nutrients. Their primary purpose is to provide a convenient way to take a variety of supplemental nutrients from a single product. They are taken to prevent vitamin or mineral deficiencies, and to achieve higher intakes of nutrients believed to be of benefit above typical dietary levels.
Micronutrients that should be included in a complete Multivitamin supplement are:
- Vitamin A (or beta-carotene)
- Vitamin B-complex
- Niacin or niacinamide
- Vitamin B6
- Folic acid (folate)
- Vitamin B12
- Pantothenic acid
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- and possibly iron
Some multivitamins also contain vitamin K, but people taking the medication warfarin (also known as Coumadin) should consult with their doctor before taking any supplement containing vitamin K. Phosphorus is another essential dietary mineral, but is so abundant in the diet that it does not need to be included in a multi formula. The only exception is for elderly people, whose diets tend to be lower in phosphorus than younger people. Calcium interferes with phosphorus absorption, so older people who are taking a calcium supplement might benefit from taking additional phosphorus.
Potassium is an unusual case, as adequate amounts of potassium cannot, by law, be sold in nonprescription products. Thus, potassium, when included in a multi formula, provides only a trivial amount.
Another class of non-essential nutrients is the flavonoids, which have antioxidant and other properties and have been reported by some, though not all, researchers to be linked with a level of better health.