Hey, what’s up guys? Sean Nalewanyj here of
SeanNal.com and BodyTransformationTruth.com. And in this video, I just wanted to quickly
outline for you guys my recommended multivitamin product for a bodybuilding or fat loss program.
Now, you’re going to hear varying opinions on the use of multivitamins, some people support
them, some people don’t. I personally use a multivitamin. I think it’s a worthwhile
addition to a well-rounded supplement plan. The product that I use is “Life Force Multiple”
by “Source Naturals.” Now, I don’t have a specific affiliation with this particular
brand. This is the one that I really use. There’s a lot of really crappy multivitamins
out there to be honest. Most of the standard one-a-day formulas that you find at, you know,
the grocery store, are highly under dozed and use very low quality forms of the various
vitamins and minerals. See, most people think that Vitamin B6 is Vitamin B6, and Zinc is
Zinc, and Vitamin C is Vitamin C. But that’s not the case. They come in different forms.
And your body absorbs and utilizes the different forms in various ways. So, when you’re choosing
a multivitamin, not only do you want to find one that has adequate potency, but you also
need one that delivers the vitamins and minerals in bio-available forms that your body can
actually use. So, this product here has a very good profile. It’s very well-dosed. It
provides high quality absorbable forms of the different ingredients. This is a 180-tablet
bottle. The recommended dose on this is two to four per day. I use two a day. So, this
particular product will last me three months. And it’s about — depending on where you order
it from. I normally order from Bodybuilding.com. I’ll link this in the description box below.
But it’s about $30 or $35. So, on a monthly basis, it’s not a bad price. Obviously, the
use of a multivitamin is going to vary a bit, in terms of its significance, depending on
your particular lifestyle and the diet that you’re following. For example, if you’re in
a calorie surplus, there’s a better chance that you’re going to be receiving higher amounts
of vitamins and minerals through your diet. Whereas, if you’re in a cutting phase and
you’re in a calorie deficit, then a multivitamin becomes increasingly more important or it
could depend on your activity level. If you’re largely sedentary outside of the gym, your
need for a multivitamin might be a bit lower as opposed to somebody who’s working in construction
and training four days per week, and doing cardio and perhaps other activities. So, I’ll
leave it up to you. I personally think multivitamins are a useful addition. I’ve always used one.
I recommend them. They’re fairly inexpensive. And it’s a good overall insurance policy for
your diet to make sure that you’re getting optimal levels of the various vitamins and
minerals that you need for all of the small processes that are going on within your body.
So, I’ll link this in the description box below. You can check it out. I’ll also link
my complete supplement guide as well, which outlines all of my recommended supplements.
It’s separated into, what I consider, “The core essentials” and as well as, what I call,
“Tier two or tier three items.” So, it’s all categorized depending on your budget, and
depending on how detailed you want your supplement plan to be. So, I’ll link that below as well.
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