How Multy Max Works
Multy Max takes your ordinary “multivitamin” supplement to the next level by using bioavailable forms of key micronutrients so your body can properly utilize them. The vitamins and minerals included in the Multy Max are of pharmaceutical grade quality for optimal health and longevity. Deficiencies in B vitamins and folate are common conditions that may be supported with a quality supplement. 5 Biofolate®, a patented ingredient in Multy Max, contains biologically active folate ensuring proper absorption essential for healthy cellular functions. The proprietary phytonutrient blend in Multy Max features highly potent herbal extracts providing beneficial polyphenols and plant compounds rarely found in the diet. Phytonutrients play specific biological and pharmacological roles in supporting immune function. 6 Herbal extracts contain numerous bioavailable compounds that may have beneficial outcomes such as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 7,8
Why Use Multy Max?
While eating a healthy and balanced diet is important to maintaining overall health, it is not always possible to obtain all of the critical micronutrients the body needs through food alone. 4 Supplementing with Multy Max may help support micronutrient levels in the body and lower the chances of specific micronutrient deficiencies.
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