Not all multivitamins are created equal—so let us introduce you to Momentous Multivitamin, a uniquely designed multivitamin that's unlike anything else you'll find on the market. With winter fast approaching and the holiday season just around the corner, your body can often be under more stress and life can feel particularly frantic, which is typically the time when even the most health-conscious among us can struggle to meet all our nutritional requirements. That's where Multivitamin wins MVP.
Momentous Multivitamin is no ordinary multivitamin. With four capsules per serving—two in the morning and two in the evening—it is designed for maximum absorption and features some unique ingredients such as lutein, lycopene, resveratrol, and broccoli seed. These phytonutrients (or antioxidants) can be difficult to obtain in high quantities through a typical diet. Multivitamin can bridge the gap between your diet and your body's needs, acting as the nutritional safety net your body deserves. Let's explore the benefits of incorporating Multivitamin into your daily routine and how it complements a healthy diet to support overall health and well-being.
What Makes Momentous Multivitamin Different
Whether it's because of on-the-go eating, dietary restrictions, or the challenge of planning balanced meals, it can be tough to make sure we're getting all the essential nutrients our bodies crave. The consequences of these deficiencies can be substantial, affecting our health in areas like our immune system resilience, cognitive function, bone strength, and even overall energy levels. While there are plenty of generic multivitamins on store shelves, Multivitamin is built differently. It helps by offering a well-rounded blend of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, which fill the nutritional gaps in your diet.
We've specially formulated Momentous Multivitamin to mimic the nutrient intakes found in an evolutionary human diet. It provides key vitamins and minerals in levels that correspond to a whole food, nutrient-dense diet, using ingredients sourced in their bioidentical forms. Plus, we utilize premium ingredients like methylated B vitamins and chelated minerals for better bioavailability and absorption.
All of the handpicked ingredients included in Multivitamin provide the foundational nutrients that go beyond the minimum adequate intake levels and provide doses selected to better optimize your health and physiological function.
Make the Most of Momentous Multivitamin
It's best to take Multivitamin daily with meals, typically two capsules in the morning and two in the evening. Consuming it with food enhances the absorption of certain vitamins and minerals and allows your body to utilize the nutrients better. Remember, multivitamins are not a substitute for a balanced and nutritious diet. Instead, consider Multivitamin as a complementary component of your healthy lifestyle.
It's About More Than Your Diet
Life can throw a lot at us—especially at this time of year—and sometimes it's not just our diet that needs attention. Stress, a hectic schedule, and just trying to catch enough sleep each night can all impact how well our bodies absorb and use the nutrients we're trying to give them (1). To get the most out of Multivitamin, looking after all of you is important. Remember to carve out time for self-care, manage stress, and prioritize those precious hours of rest. You'll be giving Multivitamin the best possible chance to support your body in making the most of all those essential nutrients by creating balance in your life.
Incorporating Momentous Multivitamin into your daily routine is a smart way to give your body the necessary nutrients that will empower you to lead a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. By prioritizing a diverse range of nutrient-dense foods, getting enough sleep, avoiding bouts of stress, and supplementing with Multivitamin, you can create a strong foundation for optimal health and well-being.
(1) Lopresti, A. L. (2020). The effects of psychological and environmental stress on micronutrient concentrations in the body: A review of the evidence. Advances in Nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 11(1), 103–112.