A couple of weeks ago, I went on a bit of a tirade about the infuriating way the media covers “news” about multivitamins. I’d just calmed down when I came across yet another article that set me off all over again.
“Most vitamins are useless, but here are the ones you should take”
I’ll spare you the misinformed details. But suffice it to say, once again, multivitamins ranked No. 1 on the list of supposedly “useless” supplements.
Even worse, this article made them seem downright dangerous.
Here’s a direct quote: “A large 2012 study of close to 39,000 women over 25 years found that women who took them in the long term actually had a higher overall risk of death than those who did not.”
These are the kinds of sweeping statements that drive me crazy!
But unfortunately, this is how clinical research often works. You ask a question and design a study that will give you the answer you want. Plain and simple…and deceptive, to say the least.
But the fact is, for every study questioning the effects of multivitamins, there are a dozen — or more — showing significant benefits.
The key is to seek out a high-quality multivitamin. One designed to meet the needs of modern day living — and the enormous epidemic of Metabolic Syndrome. (And as I told you in my recent expose, most of them aren’t. Not by a longshot.)
In fact, after spending a full year researching the shortcomings of most formulas, I decided the best way to address the multivitamin problem was to design a new one. I call it MetaMulti Advanced — and it goes so far beyond most multis I’ve taken to calling it an “Ultra-vitamin” instead.
So far, feedback has been tremendous! (Please, keep it coming! I love hearing about your results, so feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
But I can’t say I’m surprised. MetaMulti Advanced is exactly what so many people have been looking for, for so long. With all of the question marks out there about what’s good for you and what’s not, your multivitamin shouldn’t be one of them. MetaMulti takes the guesswork out of it — and sets you unequivocally on the path to optimal health.
And, when you get right down to it, that’s what EVERY supplement should do. If it doesn’t, it’s not worth taking.