When it comes to supporting health and wellness each day, we’re all pretty familiar with the
basics—the importance of getting regular physical activity, eating a variety of healthy foods, and taking time to relax and de-stress. Did you know that many Americans also take a daily multivitamin to support their healthy lifestyles? Even just one tablet a day can help provide essential vitamins and minerals to support your nutritional program.
Taking multivitamins is often considered an “insurance policy” for covering nutritional gaps. Some multivitamins—like those from New Chapter® in Vermont—go beyond to deliver vitamins and minerals fermented with whole foods and live probiotics.
How are cultured vitamins different? There’s a long tradition of fermenting foods with good bacteria. Yogurt and miso are great examples of healthy, cultured foods. New Chapter brings beneficial culturing to all of their multivitamins, using special recipes of organic yeast, live probiotics and select fruits and vegetables to transform each individual nutrient. Then, New Chapter combines the cultured vitamins and minerals with targeted herbs to create innovative multivitamins especially for men’s and women’s life stages. The results include Every Woman®’s One Daily—the convenient multivitamin for active women that delivers plant-sourced Calcium with Vitamins K2 & D3 to support bone health, Every Man®’s One Daily 40+—a one daily choice for men over 40 with a prostate support blend featuring Saw Palmetto, and Perfect Prenatal®—a gentle multivitamin formulated specifically to support a healthy pregnancy.*
There’s another unique difference with New Chapter, which is their enduring commitment to sustainability since they began in 1982. New Chapter believes that organic nutrition is better for people and better for our environment, so each of New Chapter’s whole-food cultured multivitamins is made with organic vegetables and herbs. New Chapter is also committed to avoiding GMOs (genetically modified organisms) whenever possible, and was actually the first vitamin and supplement company to be Non-GMO Project verified!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.