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Possibly Paleo Multivitamin

Commented on November 26, 2013
Created November 26, 2013 at 3:58 AM

I know, I know, that optimal nutrition should come from food, but life (budgets, low quality of supermarket foods, trips) happens. I came across this recently and was pretty impressed.

This company uses Weston A. Price's teachings in the formulation of a soluble multivitamin. Their next project is an unheated, unfiltered cod liver oil that retains all the original vitamins. I emailed them, and they said that they were planning to add K2 to the cod liver oil for better absorption, which is why it is missing from the current powder formula.

I was wondering if any of you had taken or seen anything similar. I have ordered a couple of boxes of their packets but would love to know others opinions. I love their idea of a "nutritional baseline" and they really seem to have done their homework in terms of micronutrient synergy and ratios.

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on November 26, 2013
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i would not use the 8.5 g 'serving size' shown on the label, i would adjust the serving size to the amount of supplemental D3 you want.

according to their label, 8.5 g gives you 10,000 IU D3.

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