I trust the scientists to tell me which products are safe. This is the reason I absolutely love this book and recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about what their multivitamin has to offer.
The Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements is a great resource in its 5th edition. It is a compendium that is based on scientific guidance and knowledge from numerous experts in the field of nutritional health. This third party analysis of 1,220 multivitamins is the leading resource on the multivitamins on the market today.
It is filled with incredible information about all of the aspects we want our MULIT-vitamins to provide. All 1,220 multivitamin products have been assessed based on a spectrum of 18 different categories some of which include bioavailability, having the ‘right’ form of Vitamin E, if the product provides nutrients to support our liver health, eye health, heart health and more. It ranks all of the products on a scale of 1-5 stars with the rating of 5 awarded to the top products on the market and lists all 1,200 products in a handy reference in the back of the book.
If you are taking a multi, you want it to do multiple things and you want it to work. With a good multivitamin you should FEEL something.
I highly recommend this book for anyone with an interest in nutritional health, anyone currently taking a multi or looking to begin a new nutritional regiment.