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This Is The Only Supplement With The Concentration Of Ingredients I Need

Tracy Black
Tracy Black
By Tracy Black
MBG Contributor
Tracy Black is a managerial professional.
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Before I started taking mbg's ultimate multivitamin+, I was taking another multi that had been recommended by my nutritionist. But as I was flipping through my email, I saw an advertisement for this one, and with a quick comparison of ingredients and form, I decided to give it a try. The ingredients were impressive next to the one I was already taking, and there was one thing about ultimate multivitamin+ that was particularly attractive to me: the concentration of ingredients.

What I look for in a multivitamin.

So many multivitamins on the market right now have a serving size of four capsules (or sometimes more), so when I saw that mbg had created a comprehensive supplement that was only two capsules per serving, I was intrigued—especially with a comparable, if not lower, price point. 

This is one of the best multivitamins on the retail market. In fact, it's just as good (if not better than!) the vitamin my doctor turned me on to.

What I like about ultimate multivitamin+.

One of the most important things I look for in a multi is its concentration of ingredients, and it's often where I'm disappointed in other supplements. However, the concentration (aka strength) in mbg's ultimate multivitamin+ is significantly higher in a lot of categories, not to mention it features a complete B vitamin complex. (Editor's note: That's in addition to all the other essential vitamins, chelated minerals, marine minerals, organic algal D3, the best form of vitamin K2, and full-potency doses of glutathione, resveratrol, piperine, lutein, zeaxanthin, and lycopene. We know, it's a lot.)

If I were not able to take the recommended multivitamin from my health care provider, this is the only supplement that would replace it in one go, without additional vitamins.

Why I take a multivitamin. 

Historically, I don't metabolize certain B vitamins very well, so a multivitamin that provides a significant amount of B's in their active form (like ultimate multivitamin+) is attractive to me. I'm very active and have done a lot of blood tests and nutritional evaluations and have always been low in B vitamins, so it's important that I supplement them in order to maintain daily and long-term health. Really, I'm looking for a supplement that I don't have to supplement.

Final thoughts.

Right now I'm working with a doctor on a weight loss plan, so I'm following a very low-carb, high-protein diet. With that, taking a well-rounded supplement is increasingly important to make sure that I'm getting everything I need that my diet isn't necessarily providing at the moment. 

Thankfully, it was an easy transition from my previous multivitamin to the ultimate multivitamin+, and with two jars down (and at a price point of $5 less than the competition!), it's safe to say I'm happy to be on the subscription plan.

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.
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Tracy Black

Tracy Black is an “over 50” managerial professional living in Houston, Texas. When not at work, she keeps active with HIIT workouts and cycling. Tracy is the mom to two active cats with a puppy on the way!