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New Chapter Every Woman Multivitamin, 120 Tablets (Pack of 3 (120 ct ea))


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  • Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Kosher
  • Can be taken on an empty stomach
  • Made with organic vegetables and herbs
  • Energizing herbs including organic Maca and organic Schizandra provide stress support and promote dynamic energy levels.*
  • Cultured organic herbal blends provide energy & stress support and promote hormone, immune system, heart, and digestive health.*
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Size: Pack of 3 (120 ct ea)

All of New Chapters Multi-vitamins are probiotic and whole. The organic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals in each formulation work together to promote optimal health and deliver condition-specific benefits not just address nutrient deficiencies.* The nutrient needs of men and women can be vastly different the same can be said for people under forty versus over forty. New Chapters formulation team takes exacting care with each nutrient in all of our targeted daily Multi-vitamins to benefit the specific needs of the individual. New Chapter Multi-Vitamins are also Non-GMO Project verified - made with organic vegetables and herbs. Every Woman is a two-per-day formula supporting the needs of women

Product Details

Size: Pack of 3 (120 ct ea)
  • Item Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00P6UZNZQ
  • UPC: 727783003041
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,043 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

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I love these multivitamins because I can take them on an empty stomach with no adverse effect.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By 50shadesofpurple on December 5, 2010
Size Name: 48 count
I'm writing my review on the Every Woman Whole-Food Supplement containing 48 tablets. Before you consider this product, you need to be aware that the serving is 2 tablets a day. So, if you are buying one bottle containing 48 tablets, it will only last you for 24 days. The product uses fermented soy to culture the vitamins and herbs, and soy fermentation, even in small amounts, is helpful in adding friendly bacteria to the digestive track, and this is important for assimilation of nutrients in the digestive track. So, that is the primary reason why I believe in this prodcut. I also like the fact that it is organic. You also get plenty of vitamins. For example, the RDA for Vitaim A is roughly 2,500 IU's, but there are 5,000 IU's packed into this tablet, which is a safe and very good therapeutic amount. Dr. Oz and Anne Louise Gittleman recommend 5,000 IU's for perimenapausal women. Also, there is 1,000 IU's of Vitamin D3 which is a very good therapeutic amount, and also safe amount per Dr. Shao's research. Also, there is a good amount of chromium, which is very important. Now the downside, I believe, is that you are paying for extras...small amounts of herbs and herb extracts. I don't believe these herbs are significant enough to pack a punch in this herbal blend. My advice is...read the supplement facts, and consider wether or not the cost of this product is worth it to you. Don't worry that the calcium and magnesium amount. It is important to have a low calcium count in a multivitamin, because it might interfere with absorption of other nutrients. Take calcium and magnesium in a seperate dose. Also, you still need to supplement Vitamin C in your diet. Yes, the RDA recommends 60 mgs, but we need a lot more than that for good health, particurally during cold/flu season.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Flora on November 17, 2013
Size Name: 120 count
This New Chapter product was my favorite vitamin and I really trusted them. Sadly, this once independently-owned company has sold out to megaconglomerate Proctor and Gamble, which tests products on animals and has strong ties to Monsanto. I will not buy this product anymore as I can no longer trust the brand with my health or my dollars.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By sunnyllama on November 27, 2011
Size Name: 120 count Verified Purchase
This multivitamin has been great for me! I went through many vitamins and I finally landed on this one due to the fact that I feel good taking it. The vitamins get mixed reviews on here, but I do find that the negative ones haven't held true for me. I did my research on these and they have good ingredients, an easy dosage, and a good company mission statement.
As a preschool teacher, I take winters very seriously! When Fall hits, I break out my sanitizer and amp up my vitamin C intake to boot. I consider my multivitamin to be the backbone of my wellness routine. The fact that this one has added immune support is a plus for me. I have noticed shortened colds since I began taking this a little over a year ago.
I also compared prices at Max Wellness where I found the product for almost 50% more money than it is on Amazon and I was told that it was the best women's multi that they carried. All of this considered, I find this to be a great product at a great price!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By S. Ferris on July 4, 2011
Size Name: 120 count Verified Purchase
This is the only multivitamin that I've taken that doesn't upset my stomach or cause endless vitamin burps. The pills are not too big, and they contain exactly what I want.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Psychotic Parakeet on May 20, 2012
Size Name: 48 count Verified Purchase
When I switched to this brand, I noticed a DRAMATIC 180 improvement within three days of using the product. I used to subscribe to QVC's Nature's Code Woman's vitamin pack, as it was a product that offered a lot of bang for your buck. I got a bit soured on it as it does contain dyes, synthetics, and definitely not organic. While their vitamins did improve my general health overall, I was a bit leery of the overage on some of the ingredients and the fact that it would keep me wide awake at night, temporary nausea, hypertensive, and get fluttery palpitations. I actually wrote to QVC asking if these are normal side effects and they said I might be sensitive to the green tea extract and to take it earlier in the day. No change. I do take the New Chapter Energy/Diet supplement that contains A LOT more green tea extract and it does not keep me up at night. Hmmmmm...

There are a few things I really love about this product compared to the QVC edition:

1.) It is MUCH more conservative and lower dosed in the Vitamin B1, B2, B6, and B12 areas. A lot of side effects of overdosing on Vitamin B are all of the ones I listed above when I took the QVC brand. And guess what? They ALL disappeared when I started this brand.

2.) One knock I have is the calcium, and that is okay. I use the New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care to make up the deficit and I'm fine with shelling the extra $$$ (do the subscribe and save program with Amazon).

3.) It has half the iron amount of 9mg versus QVC's 18mg, which is perfectly fine. Think of the things you eat during the day that contain iron and it'll push you way over that 100% value. That little push over might be causing internal havoc as iron overdosing is super dangerous.
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44 of 60 people found the following review helpful By annielaurie on July 29, 2011
Size Name: 120 count
I just sent an email to New Chapter Organics. I'll be interested to learn why they drastically cut the potency of these vitamins versus the original Every Woman. They have also changed the recommended dose to two tablets daily where the old ones recommended three. So what we have here is a multivitamin that is about 25% less potent than what it replaced, meaning that you would have to take TWICE AS MANY as recommended to achieve the same degree of potency. To explain, let's take, for example, the IUs of vitamin A that you USED to get with the old vitamins (10,000) (at 3x/day), meaning each vitamin has about 3,333 IUs of Vitamin A. With the 'new enhanced formula' vitamins, you're getting a total of 5,000 IUs for 2/day, meaning that each one has 2,500 IUs. Therefore, you have to take twice as many to get the same potency (4 x 2,500 = 10,000). Now, if you're okay with a lower potency, fine, but just be aware that it's more money in their pockets for what they're touting as an 'enhanced' product with the same name, that you have to take twice as many of to get the same results. Just what exactly have they enhanced? Oh, wait! They've added Vitamin K-2, whatever that is, which wasn't in the original product, to the tune of 10 micrograms, about 12% of our DV. Yay.
See my old review on the old vitamins. They WERE the best vitamins I've ever taken, including Swanson, which I tried and with which I was unimpressed, and Trader Joe's with nearly identical supplement ingredients and potencies, with which I was also unimpressed. I just really hardly ever got sick when I took the New Chapters. I don't know why.
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