Morgan Chamberlain

mbg Supplement Editor

By Morgan Chamberlain

mbg Supplement Editor

Morgan Chamberlain is a supplement editor at mindbodygreen. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science degree in magazine journalism and a minor in nutrition.

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January 31, 2023

Research indicates that Americans are failing to meet the daily requirements for a number of nutrients (especially vitamins A, C, D, and E and minerals calcium and magnesium) from food alone. For example: A whopping 60% and 70% of Americans1 are missing the mark on their daily vitamin E and D intakes, respectively. 

Failing to get sufficient amounts of essential nutrients can result in whole-body repercussions and health concerns impacting everything from brain and heart function to detoxification and longevity. Thankfully, according to a 2017 Nutrients review, consistent multivitamin use can effectively reduce these nutritional inadequacies2.*

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The problem? It can be extremely challenging to sort through the supplement aisle for the perfect multivitamin for your daily whole-body health needs. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of incomplete and inadequate multis on the market that don’t quite fit the bill.¬†

What to look for in a quality multivitamin.

With so many supplements available, even health professionals struggle to find a clean, effective multi they can trust. Double board-certified integrative medicine doctor Amy Shah, M.D., knows firsthand how important it is to be selective and intentional about supplementation.

Here’s what she recommends prioritizing when looking for a quality multivitamin:

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Why Amy Shah trusts ultimate multivitamin+.

For all these reasons and more, Shah recommends mindbodygreen’s ultimate multivitamin+.* “I’m really critical when it comes to multivitamins, so I really scrutinized this label before recommending it to my clients,” she says.

“This is an actually great multivitamin with a built-in B complex. It supports your immune system, brain, and heart health,”* Shah explains. And “it doesn’t have any of the extra stuff, which is what I always get concerned about with multivitamins on the market.”

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The takeaway.

If you’re interested in a premium, high-potency multivitamin that helps you meet your daily nutritional health needs and promotes whole-body health and longevity, Shah encourages you to check out mindbodygreen’s ultimate multivitamin+.* “It’s definitely going to be a part of your routine!”

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medications, consult with your doctor before starting a supplement routine. It is always optimal to consult with a health care provider when considering what supplements are right for you.