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  • Finding your Multi-Vitamin
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Reality appears to be shifting away from vitamin supplements due to nil or negative current research results. But, the ARTICLES on this website simply reveal vital links missed by some Scientists, but not by others outside of a media voice.   

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Vitamin Cautions Explained

Research recently has discovered precautions for Folic Acid, Selenium, Vitamins A, B1, B6, C, D, & E. The SELECT study was halted early with slightly higher diabetes in the selenium group and slightly elevated prostate cancer in vitamin E group. See why here. Plus, a number of other nutrients have warnings for dosages outside of a given range, both too low and/or too high, including calcium & iron.



Multiple Vitamin Criteria

Guide to Evaluate Multiple Vitamin Formulas

URGENT WARNING: Science continues to add strength for the recommendations behind this new vitamin criteria. The fact that there are known risks to consuming certain vitamin forms and dosages currently available in the marketplace is no longer in question. These risks are also under the influence of special body dynamics and the current state of health.  The issue regarding these risks, regardless of how small, is that they can be mitigated or completely eliminated by following proper vitamin protocols. Vitamin forms and dosages matter. 

The thousands of research studies analyzed to date responsibly lead to ingredient forms listed and dosages within the amounts given below for optimal body nutritional functions. For many vitamins and minerals, there are windows of optimum functions that break down with either too little or too much. More is definitely not always better. The amounts for nutrients are given for basic health and not for therapeutic applications. See your medical team if pregnant, ill, undergoing surgery, or if possess certain genetic traits.

NOTE: While some vitamins elicit a response quite quickly, the majority of beneficial or adverse effects manifest over time. The body uses its very elaborate checks and balance systems to maintain functions for a long time before becoming overwhelmed and start breaking down. 

Some suggested forms are offered as well. These amounts are based upon absorption percentages, average food vitamin consumption amounts, physiology of vitamins, and benefits balanced against possible adverse effects. The Precautionary Principle comes into play here too. The lower amounts are actually preferred, but this depends upon other factors. As the diet deviates from ideal, slightly higher range amounts may be needed, especially if digestion becomes compromised. Above these levels, you should be working with a nutritionist or other health professional as you enter into therapeutic nutrient amounts, or to correct genetic misfires. Higher vitamin amounts demand extra body mechanisms to maintain balance and regulate functions. While genetic mutations can be subtle or quite noticeable, many can be overcome or maintained by diet and lifestyle changes.


The reality gap between Science and the multi-vitamin products offered, such as forms, dosages, and combinations, is increasing rather than decreasing as one would expect when new vitamin knowledge is discovered. Plus fundamental flaws of nutrition are surfacing without resulting in improved vitamin choices. Example: Vitamin D dosages have exploded upward overwhelming body functions since this is counter to how nature functions. Vitamin E forms represent another vital aspect needing changes. Vitamin E was flawed from the beginning.

NOTE: The vast majority of multi-vitamin products in the marketplace today fall short in many nutrient forms and or dosages. Methods will be given in another article to reveal procedures to improve upon these formulas with additions and some subtractions. The best approach would be to simply completely build your own multiple vitamin and mineral system. This would involve many different products and Brands. Only a few Brands appear to process the correct knowledge and offer proper nutrient formats and dosages based on the vitamin criteria developed below.

Yes, there are also individual genetic traits that will modify this criteria somewhat, but these will have to be addressed as science updates. Under Medical supervision, some nutrients have mega dose advantages in certain conditions. Supplemented nutrients can go into and out of optimal level amounts quite quickly as you will discover in articles and references presented here. Example for vitamin B1. Notice the 25X RDA amount effect versus the 2500X influence. The nutrient window amounts presented below currently represent the safest and most effective amounts from science.

CAUTION: While STRONTIUM at 680 mg. is touted as a miracle cure for osteoporosis, longer term studies have now shown a sinister side with increased heart attacks when approaching 10 years of use. article

It also is a good idea to skip taking multiple vitamins 1 or 2 days a week. Say Monday and Thursday, or weekends, or Tuesday-Wednesday. Clean out time is needed for organs and tissues from possible over storage. Even water soluble B vitamins can take up to 10 days to clear body. This also keeps the body systems responsive. Even reducing food intake a day or two help and there would accomplish this effect as well. Increase liquid on these days. Better if during low energy output days too.

Chronic overdosing of vitamin and mineral supplement groups is potentially disruptive of other nutrient pathways and body processes. Dietary food supplies 40-80% or more of most nutrients. Thus lower amounts of supplements are only necessary to correct and not interfere with normal body processes. Food nutrients and supplement amounts are added TOGETHER to get to USDA vitamin and mineral requirements. The requirements are average guides not daily facts.

REMEMBER: Foods supply the majority of nutrients and supplements just compliments. Plus, the body developed to exist on swings from high to low nutrient daily intakes and has built in adaptive mechanisms to balance. The body might actually benefit from these natural swings. Calcium intake levels on vitamin D activation is one prime example. article 

Proper Label Basics 

Beta Carotene (Dunaliella salina)  or

Pro-Vitamin A (as natural carotenoids: beta carotene, alpha carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthin)(such as the branded - Betatene®)

(If natural source not listed, beta carotene is synthetic and NOT recommended in any amount)


Vitamin A (Fish oil) (or retinyl palmitate-synthetic)                                     

 5,000 or less IU


5,000 or less IU 




1,000 or less IU 

Vitamin C (as calcium, or mineral ascorbate)

(when range given, preferred is often lowest)    (as ascorbic acid)

best with family members:                                  Bioflavonoids       100-250 mg                 Rutin                    50 mg                                  

Hesperitins           25- 50 mg

200-400 mg

1 or 2 x /day

Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) (sun exposure modifies)

Vitamin D3 (fish oil)

(maximum intake for 3 months, 2500 IU. / day)(should be under medical supervison to measure body levels)

(Vitamin D2 should not be used)

300-800** IU

Vitamin E (as d'alpha tocopherol with mixed tocopherols***) (soy oil)  (amounts as ratios not exact)(often only alpha & gamma amounts listed since beta & delta much smaller #s)

      d' alpha tocopherol      50-100 mg

      d' beta tocopherol              3 mg

      d' delta tocopherol             7 mg

      d' gamma tocopherol   75-125  mg   

      plus mixed tocotrienols (best if taken separately from tocopherols)            25 mg

100 - 150 IU 








Vitamin K1 phylloquinone  (form in plants)   (minimums only give- not sure on max since not expressed)     150 mcg        

Vitamin K1 phytonadione - synthetic (75% same molecule, includes 2 extra versions)    100 mcg 

Vitamin K2 (menaquinone-7) (natto) (may need some of both K1 and K2)  (NOT taken every day).        45-90 mcg

Vitamin K2 (menaquinone-4) synthetic, larger doses 1000 mcg


Vitamin B1 (yeast, rice polishings) or Vitamin B1 (thiamine HCl is synthetic)  (diet dictates low or higher amounts) 3-6 mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 3-6 mg
Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) 3-10 mg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) 5-20 mg

Folic Acid   (do not exceed 300 mcg/day or 200 mcg /meal, ADD in any fortified food amounts here, but limit if possible)****

 L-MethylFolate preferred natural form (Do not take synthetic Folic Acid)

NOTE: women of child-bearing age (16+) should take 400 mcg.  ref   Plus, during pregnancy, reduce to no more than 400 after 8 weeks. 

   100-200 mcg



Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) test levels occaisionally ref 25-100 mcg %
Biotin 100-200 mcg %
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) 5-25 mg %

Calcium***** (citrate, or others)(females)


(not more than 200 mg at each meal) (other half from food)

300-600 mg

 200-400 mg

Magnesium (glycinate, oxide)( not all at once) 300-400 mg %

Zinc (as L-OptiZinc®, monomethionine)

      This is difficult to find

5-15 mg

20 mg max

Selenium (Yeast, or methylselenocysteine) (males limit to lower number or less) *6 25-50 mcg %
Copper (as amino acid chelate)

1 mg, < 2 mg

(2,000 mcg)

Manganese (as amino acid chelate) <2-3 mg %
Chromium (from Yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae) or (as chromium polynicotinate, Chromemate®) or (Arginate) 50-100 mcg %
Molybdenum (as amino acid chelate) 50-100 mcg %
Iron (NO IRON formulas only. Both Females and Males).         Food sources best way to get iron. Unless MD supervision 0 mg *
Iodine (food sources best, seaweeds) <150 mcg *
Bioflavonoid (hesperidin, rutin) 50-100 mg *
Bioflavonoid (citrus, occaionally some as quercetin) 100-300 mg *
Grape Seed Extract (seed)(Optional or separate) 50 mg *

Lutein (marigold flower ext)(optional or separate)  at least- 6 mg *
Zeaxanthin (marigold flower) 300 mcg *
*Daily value not established.

**See Vitamin D Facts article. There may be a need to take increased amounts for short periods, like 3 months of up to 2500 with blood levels monitored. D amounts also depend upon levels supplied by food and sunshine. (if fish oils are present, rancidity factors are possible)

***Do not take vitamin E as D-Alpha Tocopherol at higher than 300 IUs by itself as this may be counter to overall health since at this or higher levels, it begins to limit vital functions by interfering with the absorption of the other vitamin E family members arriving just in food. Supplements that mention with "mixed tocopherols" while better than none, usually contain very small amounts and are without much significance. The amount for the other E members needs to be listed. The correct ratios or amount for Gamma Tocopherol is still open. It might be prudent to stay on the lower side of amounts until Scientific research verifies. Include mixed E food sources.

**** Since folic acid is fortified at about 140 mcg per serving,i.e. in fortified bread, cereals, this pretty much rules out using more than one serving per meal and two per day. Plus, then you would not want to get any in your multiple. Of course, food sources are not counted for this amount and will supply on average 200 mcg. per day.

***** While this amount may seem low, it is due to the fact that calcium is fortified in many foods and one has to add together diet and supplement source amounts.

*6  The association of selenium levels with diabetes type 2 risk grows stronger and stronger. It appears benefits have a U shaped curve, adverse at both too low and too high. In USA, soils have plenty of selenium, so little if any supplementation is needed. Adverse effects begin to show up with only 200 mcg.

(example of) Other ingredients: Magnesium stearate, cellulose, silica and kosher gelatin (capsule) or vegicap

Continuously searching for more all natural sources. There are some Brands with new Vitamin C sources that say they are all natural, but very difficult to know for sure. The inclusion of the other Vitamin C family members may be more improtant.


Nature's Plus GOLD Multiple

This multiple scores better by taking JUST one tablet daily and occasionally at 2 a day. That makes this multiple, a combination of natural and synthetic vitamins, a pretty good multiple choice. The base is just a bonus. 

To Vitamin Insiders, this multiple would fit in the "everything plus the kitchen sink" category. The product offers far to many ingredients at such tiny amounts. It is usually better to consume less ingredients with greater amounts of vital nutrients, not necessarily the vitamins or minerals, but the plant phytonutrients which are the object of using plant bases in the first place. 

Analysis of this product unfortunately exhibits an increasingly used method to manipulate data required on labels.  Below is the label. The ingredients listed are contained in 3 tablets.  Marketing uses a very cleverly scripted label that while technically correct, leaves the customer with a false impression. For example, Here is the listing for vitamin B1 thiamine: B1 "as thiamine HCl; naturally occurring from Organic Gold Standard [guava (Psidium guajava), holy basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum), lemon]"  Doesn't that give the impression that the vitamin B1 is all natural from these 3 sources? (These 3 ingredients suppling vitamins are from the same company that supplies Garden of Life MyKind Multiple vitamins as well as Sun Warrior Multiples. 

So what does the ingredient source listing really mean? You have to look at the punctuation. The semicolon is the tip off; the two phrases before and after the semicolon are separate and independent of each other, but both add together to get 30 mg of B1.  "Thiamine HCL" is synthetic vitamin B1 which does not exist in nature. The food extracts also supply part of the vitamin B1 amount, but the amounts each source provides is not mentioned. These food source vitamins were concentrated with a new patented manufacturing process in India. 

UPDATE: Here is an article with the current information about the gold standard vitamins from food products that explains this new water extraction method for getting vitamins out of just food. But, the fact that Nature's Way label lists the synthetic vitamin form before the food extract form, it is difficult to accept the explanation expressed in the article link for vitamins from this new food process.   

Detail Clarification: A rational look at the B1 content of these 3 sources reveals the real story. A serving of 3 tablets contains 30 mg of vitamin B1. Of the 3 foods listed, Guava contains the most B1, so let's just use it to determine how much Guava would be needed to concentrate out the 30 mg. of B1. There are .07 milligrams of B1 in 3.5 ounces of Guava. or .02 mg per ounce. Thus to get 30 mg. you would need 1500 ounces of Guava, or nearly 94 pounds. IT JUST DOES NOT FIT the label implications. 

If you move down the label box to "Gold Standard Whole Food Complex." you will find that it says after listing the 3 foods, "standardized naturally occurring B complex and vitamin C" This term opens the door for synthetic vitamins to spike the food elements. This is really a reach for the use of the term standardized. Obviously it is another attempt to mislead customers into thinking the vitamins are all natural. Companies that employ such tactics jeopardize their ethical standing. The same is probably true on the label for Vitamin C.

Definition: Standardized = Say milk thistle has a range for its active ingredient of between 15% to 30%. When a company standardizes it, they will add the active isolated ingredient so that all the batches of milk thistle yield the same percentage, say 25%, or they could go up to 40%. Nature's Way use of standardized for it's Gold formula stretches this meaning to new heights by standardizing to 95%. Does that mean it is at 95% of total plant material, or is it 95% of the amount that normally is present in the plant? The label says the former which would only leave 5% for the rest of the plant. A very small amount making the product almost an isolated nutrient. For some nutrients, this might be the only nutrient needed from the plant, but for others there may be synergisms with other nutrients in the plant that influence the activity of the target nutrient. With St. John's Wort, what scientists thought was the active element later proved to not really be the only element from the plant that influenced mental activity.

Author's Notes: While this product at least has a technically correct label (just misleading), there are more and more companies just flat out not telling the truth in marketing literature and put out very misleading labels.  


Some of the ingredients in this product use a new micro grinding process that creates a particle size able to pack more into each tablet. This technique is now used with drugs very successfully to increase absorption for low absorption chemical drugs, plus it targets new areas of the body where the larger particle size did not go. How nutrients respond to this process has to be tested and verified. Some nutrients may be damaged by this process from the great pressures needed or it could create absorption anomalies due to the small size particles moving into spaces where they do not belong, or perhaps getting absorbed in forms not body ready. Benefits for manufacturing include easier mixing, better moisture control, and less interaction between nutrients.

As with any multiple with so many ingredients, the amounts of any one base nutrient are extremely small and the only hope is that there is a synergistic action from all the nutrients added together. The use of probiotics at just 28 million is hardly worth the effort. It takes nearly a billion to have an impact. Plus, with all the other nutrients present, the probiotic bacteria would likely react and breakdown rapidly.

Also of note, whole foods have fibers that interfere with nutrient absorption. This aspect is seldom mentioned in whole food supplements. Because fibers take up so much space, they usually are eliminated in the concentration process so there is more nutrient space. Is this still a whole food? The mention of fiber as a marketing tool is rather anemic for this multiple since the amount at 30 mg. is so minute. The standard size capsule holds 800 mg. The recommended fiber amount per day is over 25 grams, or an amount 833,333 times larger than the 30 mg.

Multi SCORE = at 1 per day 11.75,  at 2 per day 10.5, at 3 per day 9.5:  (scale 1-15)

Points lost or gained: Take 1-2 per day + 1 or +.5, at 3/day -.25, Gained + .4 for natural source carotenoids but lost -.15 since too high dose, Lost -.5 for no E family, -.25 for high C to low C family, lost -.25 for Cal/Mag 2-1 ratio, lost -.3 for folic acid and B12 forms, Gained +.5 for proper lower dosages of selenium and chromium, +.65 for Base from overall nutrient amounts, lost -.25 for confusing label, lost -.25 for excess B vitamins, gained +.25 for K2, lost -.1 for unknown K2 dosage since MK-4 also present.

Scoring details: Starting value is 10, can go as high as 15 with additional benefits or as low 5 with subtractions for inferior forms, dosages, or added chemicals like synthetic colors, preservatives, inorganic base, etc.

To improve score, add to multiple1-2 times a week: Vitamin E family, or gamma E and a tocotrienol supplement. 

NOTES: Too many items in base are at an insignificant amount and potency. Large number of base ingredients also increases potential for lead or other heavy metal contamination, although levels will be low since so little of each ingredient is used. A one or two base ingredient product might have less chance for lead contamination, but if present, it would be at higher amounts. Lead or other heavy metals contamination potential increases with the use of natural ingredients. Some of highest offenders include cereal grasses and algae. All raw materials need to be tested for contamination before product build. 

Did you hear that the White House vegetable garden soil is contaminated with high lead levels and the crops had to be destroyed?

To see label for Nature's Plus Source of Life Gold Standard Multiple Tablets. 


*Multiple Vitamin Specifics

Nutritionists are probably pulling their hair out at this point over these new Multiple Vitamin aspects. "Not enough calcium or folic acid,..." "What is the deal with the family of vitamin E, other than alpha tocopherol, the others are not active..."   Yes, there are conditions that go along with these recommendations that need explanation.

  • Only natural sources for beta carotenes should be used. Synthetic beta carotene contains only one form, -trans, and is related to some negative findings. Natural form has at least 3 but also many other cartenoid family members.
  • For the calcium story, you have to read this article. This article will explain the situation. There are many sides to the calcium story. Just increasing calcium or even adding vitamin D is not enough to completely protect bone, or even the most effective way to accomplish this protection.
  • Folic acid (synthetic) is a dual sided sword, perhaps beneficial for young women of child bearing years but detrimental for older people, especially if cancer is present or they are low in vitamin B12.
  • Vitamin B12 absorption amount of 1.6 mcg is maxed out at oral intake of cyanocobalamin of about 50 mcg. (5 mcg gives only slightly less since the percentage absorbed is greater = 60%.)  Absorption at 500+ mcg is just 0.5 - 1 % absorbed.  The Methylcobalamin form is absorbed at a slightly greater percentage. Testing levels will determine who needs to take therapeutic dosages of 1000+ mcg sublingual or injectable, under medical supervision. Limit vitamin B12 supplement amounts. ref 
  • Remember, these recommendations are added to the amounts from food each day. To get 100% form supplements of calcium and then add food amounts may be too much.
  • The correct amount of calcium is under the influence of some other major minerals that supplements generally do not supply. Potassium, Phosphorus, and Sodium.
  • Three times more potassium is needed than calcium. Since most people do not get this amount, calcium has to participate in one of potassium functions, buffering body acidity. Calcium could be pulled out of bones for this purpose.
  • Phosphorus is needed to balance calcium since both combine together in bones.
  • Too much sodium, common in today's diet, increases calcium loss in urine.
  • Vitamin K, especially K2, is needed to activate vitamin D produced osteocalcin which then is able to bind calcium to bone. Plus, vitamin K activates an artery protein to prevent calcium from binding into artery cells, calcification.
  • New anti-oxidant research dictates lower levels for selenium and some anti-oxidant vitamins. A balance point needs to be maintained for optimal health. Both too low and too high can exhibit adverse effects. 
  • The vitamin E story is becoming more complete. Some of the other family members are showing greater effects especially in areas where alpha tocopherol is not active. In fact by itself, high alpha tocopherol reduces the absorption of other vitamin E family members arriving from food. Alpha tocopherol, the only family member now allowed to be given vitamin E units, is effective against oxygen radicals but not against nitrogen radicals. Here, the gamma tocopherol form is needed.
  • And finally, Vitamin Workshop has coined a term "stimulus variation" to explain that one does not need to consume supplements every day, especially the fat soluble vitamins but also many water soluble ones as well. Skipping a day or two a week is OK and may even be prefferred by many body functions. The body has adapted to save and store nutrients for rainy days. Gives the body time to catch up on nutrient processing and balance out any excesses too large for stored reserve capacity. The base of nutrients should be supplied by the diet and supplements should only provide a fraction of nutrient load. Fasting has shown to be good for the body. Systematically under-eating is the only method Scientists have found to extend lifespan.

There appears to be major gaps in nutritional knowledge. Research has been revealing these gaps but scientists have been brushing them aside, even to the point of using unscientific protocols to explain research study results.

The Johns Hopkins Medical vitamin E meta analysis is a prime example. They attempted to interpret many different studies by comparing future death rates between the vitamin E taking group and the placebo control group. They found slightly more people died sooner in the vitmain E taking group. One major overlooked and necessary fact was absent. Were the deaths in any way plausible or connected to a function of vitamin E? 

If the deaths were from hemorrhagic stokes, there may have been a vitamin E connection (vitamin E thins the blood), but if they were from the flu or a car accident, probably not. Without cause of deaths, the correct scientific protocol cannot be determined and the results are just an association (chance) and not cause and effect. Since many or the study periods were short term, and it was not known if the subjects continued to take vitamin E or not, there are simply too many unknowns to attempt a scientific result.

One study of the 19 studies used, the CHAOS study, showed that vitamin E group had 71% fewer second non fatal heat attacks during the one year study. Out of 3000 possible vitamin E studies, only 19 were chosen since only these had follow up death rates. One study, the WAVE, authors mentioned that their result should not be used be used for any other references since the results were so different from the norm. Without this WAVE study, the Johns Hopkins meta-analysis would not have reached a significant margin for scientific protocols. Unseen by the public, there was a major uproar from the scientific community over this misuse of science. Almost every major newspaper in the world reported the results of the study as "Vitamin E will kill you" since it was quite sensational, but no mention of the other scientists questioning the results or the faulty science.


How to use New Vitamin Criteria

A search of available multiple vitamin formulas reveals very few if any are adequate by themselves to satisfy this new criteria. Plus, it would not be wise to hold one's breathe waiting for vitamin companies to develop formulas to match since the consuming Public has been programmed to demand higher dosages and typical formula ingredients. This new criteria, based upon current science, is going to take time to manifest.

The closest way to get the benefits of this vitamin criteria is to modify a multiple vitamin formula by adding, reducing, or combining it with a few other products.

  • First, find the best matched multiple for nutrient forms.
  • Next, to match dosages, adjust the serving size, which for most multiples meeting criteria that have a serving size of between 2-6 capsules or tablets, and reduce that serving number until you are within the dosage levels for most nutrients. This is often only half the regular serving size number of caps or tabs. DO NOT TAKE THE suggested serving size number unless the dosages are nearly the criteria amounts!!!  Then add separately these nutrients: 
    1. Vitamin E tocopherol complex (4 members; d'alpha, d'beta, d'delta, d'gamma) 
    2. A vitamin E tocotrienol about 50mg complex, 
    3. A vitamin C (250-500 mg) family complex, 
    4. A multi-mineral complex, with 3-4 serving size, and again, reduce to 1-2 a day. 
  • Alternate days for the Tocopherol and Tocotrienol complexes with many skipped days since the multiple will have some vitamin E as d'alpha tocopherol and fat soluble nutrients go into storage for rainy days. 
  • Occasionally also take a vitamin C family. It is not needed everyday since again there is also some in the multiple. In fact, a few multiples may not need extra Vitamin C. Include the members of the C family here too (bioflavonoids, rutin, etc.) 
  • Since you cut the serving size in half for most multiples, the minerals may be reduced to less than desired amounts so you might need to add one or two of a multi-mineral with a serving size of 3-6.  Ideally, taking the mineral tabs separately is of some benefit to increase absorption percentage. This mineral supplement may not be necessary, and definitely not everyday. Check combined amounts.

Now you have the most effect way to max the value of multiple formulas with complete nutrient families similar to nature's plan. The dosages and formats are more body function and processing acceptable. This will complete the Multiple Supplement criteria, now of course there are other nutrients that you may want to include, such as fish oil, tumeric, bone formula, or CoQ10 providing specific actions according to your overall diet and lifestyle situation. These other nutrients are best taken separately and should not be included in the multiple vitamin product. And not needed or recommended to take everyday. In fact, even the multiple should not be an everyday happening. Take a day or two off each week. This is a topic for a another discussion.

Watch for an example soon.