Evolution Of Vitamin Supplements

There was a time when your vitamin choices were limited to caps or tabs, with or without iron. Today, as multi-vitamins continue to evolve into products made to address specific issues like stress and weight loss, consumers are faced with an ever-increasing dynamic of options. An expanding variety of food-based ingredients is just one of the current trends.

The Bigger Picture: A study conducted by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that 52% of U.S. adults use dietary supplements with 35% regularly taking a multi-vitamin. These adults tend to be well educated, more physically active and committed to eating a healthier diet. Opti-Men and Opti-Women were formulated specifically for fit, health-conscious adults. Both have gender-specific blends of micronutrients to help you maximize utilization of the proteins, carbohydrates and fats you're so careful about consuming. So do you want to take a basic multi-vitamin or realize the full potential of ON's Nutrient Optimization System?
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george
Mar 09, 2008
can i take both opti-men and zma?