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Kirkland Signature Daily Multi Vitamins & Minerals Tablets, 500-Count Bottle
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- Provides the essential nutrients necessary for a balanced diet and to give you that Energized Feeling
- Now with more folic acid selenium and calcium
- Formulated with a higher absorption
- New advanced formula
- USP verified dietary supplement
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Kirkland Signature Daily Multivitamin and Multimineral Pack is specially formulated based on the latest research in nutritional science. This product provides a complete, full-potency formulation of vitamins, minerals and Ginseng to help deliver essential nutrients that may be missed if you are not eating a balanced diet. With today's demanding lifestyles and busy schedules, finding the time to eat a balanced diet isn't always possible.It provides the essential nutrients necessary for a balanced diet and to give you that Energized Feeling.
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Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Each Tablet Contains - % Daily Value:
Vitamin A 3500 IU (29% as Beta Carotene) - 70%, Vitamin C 90 mg - 150%, Vitamin D3 400 IU - 100%, Vitamin E 30 IU - 100%, Vitamin K 25 mcg - 31%, Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 1.5 mg - 100%, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 1.7 mg - 100%, Niacin 20 mg - 100%, Vitamin B6 2 mg - 100%, Folate (folic acid) 500 mcg - 125%, Vitamin B12 6 mcg - 100%, Biotin 30 mcg - 10%, Pantothenic Acid 10 mg - 100%, Calcium 200 mg - 20%, Iron 18 mg - 100%, Phosphorus 109 mg - 10%, Iodine 150 mcg - 100%, Magnesium 100 mg - 25%, Zinc 11 mg - 73%, Selenium 55 mcg - 79%, Copper 0.9 mg - 45%, Manganese 2.3 mg - 115%, Chromium (as Chromium Picolinate) 35 mcg - 29%, Molybdenum 45 mcg - 60%, Chloride 72 mg - 2%, Potassium 80 mg - 2%, Boron 150 mcg - *, Nickel 5 mcg - *, Tin 10 mcg - *, Vanadium 10 mcg - *, Lutein (flower) 250 mcg - *, Lycopene 300 mcg - *.
*Daily Value not established.
With a headache, you can judge the effectiveness, as with anti-histamines, pain pills, and the like, but there is no immediate relief that can be judged by a vitamin. I have taken a wide array of vitamins and minerals in strong doses for an extended period of time, and not notice feeling any better. I can stop taking all vitamins and supplements, and can hardly tell any difference in how I feel., so how can you really evaluate vitamins? I have read some recent studies that say that there are no objective results that prove the effectiveness of multi-vitamins, which I find hard to believe, but that is the crux of the problem.
I finally discovered a consumer research service called ConsumberLab that evaluates the claims of vltamins, and checks for valid claims, and the trustworthiness of ingredients, and then shows the least expensive quality product. What a find.
Spoiler Alert: ConsumbrLab rated Kirkland as being of high quality, and one of the top two best values for multivitamins. I'll have to go with their research, as I simply can't tell you how various vitamins compare based upon how vitamins make me feel.
However, the taste is pretty awful. I'd recommend having something flavored at the ready.
Also, I don't know if it's because I'm an idiot or whatnot, but I wasn't sure if these were chew or swallow. Turns out they're swallowable, but I would not recommend chewing. The are kinda large (no problem for me) so if you don't like larger tablets, I would avoid these. They're approximately, maybe 3/4 of an inch long.
Everything aside, great deal. I'll be buying them in the future.
Also, I noticed some problems with expiration dates. Current date is October 2014, expiration date is June 2016 so mine was fine.