Multi-Basics 3™

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Un supplément de vitamines et minéraux essentiels

  • Doses et ratios bien équilibrés
  • Contient des nutriments en quantités que retrouvées dans un régime alimentaire optimal
  • Inclut tous les nutriments indispensables et reconnus sous des formes supérieures
Sans Gluten
Sans OGM
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Bien que de nombreuses multivitamines fournissent des nutriments de mauvaise qualité, des quantités insuffisantes ou des ratios déséquilibrés, Multi Basics 3 résoud tous ces problèmes, tout en créant une base solide pour une bonne santé. Multi Basics 3 fournit des doses optimales et des ratois équilibrés de toutes les vitamines et minéraux essentiels reconnus, de qualité meilleure et soutenues par la recherche.

Une multivitamine équilibrée et bien conçue est fondamentale à tout régime de suppléments. Les formulations multivitaminées et minérales constituent un excellent moyen de réponse à vos besoins nutritionnels quotidiens en tous les nutriments essentiels, fournissant une base sur laquelle vous pouvez bâtir une meilleure santé. Bien que certains nutriments comme les vitamines A et E soient mieux absorbés et plus efficaces sous leur forme naturelle, d’autres, comme le folate et d’autres vitamines B, sont mieux absorbés sous la forme de suppléments synthétiques. Les nutriments tels que le zinc et le cuivre doivent être administrés dans des proportions équilibrées afin de ne pas perturber certaines fonctions de l’organisme. Une dose trop élevée de vitamine B2 peut inhiber l’absorption d’autres nutriments, tandis qu’une dose trop faible est tout simplement inefficace. Multi Basics 3 tient compte de tous ces facteurs, créant une multivitamine soigneusement formulée, équilibrée et efficace offrant beaucoup plus d’avantages qu’une multivitamine typique, avec seulement trois capsules par jour.

Avantage AOR

Multi Basics 3™ d’AOR vous évite les pièges des produits mal formulés : il n’utilise pas des quantités excessives et nocives d’ingrédients, contient des complexes vitaminiques équilibrés et en quantités reflétant des besoins biologiques, et les formes supérieures qui sont assimilées plus efficacement en sont une priorité. Plus important encore, Multi Basic 3TM fournit des nutriments en quantités reflétant les celles retrouvées dans les régimes alimentaires optimaux dont l’impact positif sur la santé a été démontré.

NPN

80025569

Discussion

Multi Basics 3™ comprend toutes les vitamines essentielles reconnues dans le cadre d’un complexe multivitaminé/minéral pour la gestion d’une santé optimale. Multi Basics 3™ contribue également à la croissance et au développement.

Certifie

AOR certifie que tous les ingrédients sont mentionnés sur l’étiquette. Ne contient ni blé, ni gluten, ni arachide, ni graine de sésame, ni sulfite, ni moutarde, ni produit laitier ou œuf.

Posologie Adulte

Prendre jusqu’à trois capsules par jour, avec des repas riches en matières grasses, ou selon les recommandations d’un professionnel de la santé. Prendre quelques heures avant ou après la prise d’autres médicaments.

Mises en Garde

Consulter un professionnel de la santé avant d’utiliser ce produit si vous prenez des anticoagulants ou des médicaments sur ordonnance; les phytonutriments contenus dans ce supplément peuvent affecter leur métabolisme ou biodisponibilité. Consulter un professionnel de la santé pour une utilisation au-delà de 12 semaines. Ne pas utiliser si vous êtes enceinte ou si vous allaitez ou allergique au soja, maïs, ou aux plantes de la famille des Asteraceae, des Compositae ou de la marguerite.

Main Applications
  • Foundational nutrition
  • Multivitamin and multimineral
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Portion: trois capsules
Complexe de vitamine A
1363 IU
– Rétinol (sous forme de palmitate)
110 mcg RAE/363 UI
– Bêtacarotène
900 mcg RAE/1,8 mg
– Esters de lutéine
6 mg
B1
9 mg
B2 (Riboflavine)
2,5 mg
B3 (Niacine-à partir de 126 mg d’hexanicotinate d’inositol)
115 mg
B5 (D-Pantothenate de Ca)
100 mg
B6 (Pyridoxine)
25 mg
B12 (Cyanocobalamine)
647mg
Acide folique (L-5-MTHF de calcium)
800 mcg
Biotine
300 mcg
Choline (bitartrate)
100 mg
Inositol (de l’inositol, hexanicotinate d’inositol)
100 mg
Vitamine C (de l’ascorbate de magnésium)
120 mg
Bioflavonoïdes d’agrumes mixtes
25 mg
Quercétine
65 mg
Tocophérols mixtes
100 mg
Vitamine E (de l’alpha-tocophérol)
7,1 mg ATE
Tocotriénols mixtes (du palmier)
10 mg
Vitamine K2 (MK-4, MK-7)
120 mcg
Bore (citrate)
700 mcg
Calcium (malate de citrate, panthoténate de calcium)
65 mg
Chrome (Picolinate)
100 mcg
Cuivre (Citrate)
1,5 mcg
Iode (iodure de potassium)
150 mcg
Magnésium (citrate, ascorbate)
60 mg
Manganèse (Bisglycinate)
2,3 mg
Molybdène (Molybdate de Na)
45 mcg
Sélénium (Sélénométhionine)
55 mcg
Silicium (chélate de protéines végétales hydrolysées)
5mg
Vanadium (citrate)
18 mcg
Zinc (citrate)
11 mg

†Quantité totale d’hexanicotinate d’inositol : 126 mg
*Tocophérols: >7.1 mg alpha, >1.3 mg beta, >64.8 mg gamma, >13.9 mg delta.
**Tocotriénols: >2.8 mg alpha, >0.4 mg beta, >5.1 mg gamma, >1.4 mg delta.

Ingrédients non médicinaux : phosphates dicalcique et tricalcique, dioxyde de silicium, dextrine, tocophérols, stéarylfumarate de sodium, gomme de cellulose, palmitate d’ascorbyle, alginate de sodium, saccharose, maltodextrine, gomme d’acacia, huile de palme, hyprolose, amidon (soja, maïs, pois, riz), acide citrique, glycine, acide l-aspartique, trisilicate de magnésium, palmitate de rétinyle, esters d’acides gras, talc, ascorbate de sodium et zéaxanthine.

Vitamin AVitamin A in the form of β -carotene, being one of the primary ingredients in most multi vitamin nutritional supplement formulas, has several well documented benefits. One study investigated the effects that β-carotene offers in the role of preventing cardiovascular diseases. The relations between different carotenoids, a- and g-tocopherol, and vitamin C with 15-y CVD mortality in elderly men who participated in the Zutphen Elderly Study were investigated. A total of 559 men without chronic disease were included in the study and followed for a period of fifteen years. It was concluded that dietary intakes of carotene in both alpha and beta form were inversely associated with the risk of cardiovascular related death.In another study, it was found that higher intake levels of total carotenoids were associated with a lower incidence of metabolic syndrome, as well as reduced levels of adiposity and serum triglycerides in men of middle and elderly age. This study was conducted as a population-based, cross-sectional study in 374 men aged 40–80 y.  Metabolic syndrome was present in 22 of the men taking part in the study. The presence of metabolic syndrome was determined using measures fasting serum glucose, triglyceride, and HDL-cholesterol concentrations, waist circumference, and systolic and diastolic blood pressure. After confounders were adjusted for, total intakes for carotenoid and lycopene were inversely associated with metabolic syndrome [relative risk (RR) quartile 4 vs. quartile 1 (95% CI) 0.42 (0.20–0.87), P-trend 0.02; and 0.55 (0.28–1.11), P-trend 0.01, respectively]. A decreased risk was observed for each quartile of intake compared with the first in the case of beta carotene [RR quartile 4 vs. quartile 1 (95% CI) 0.58 (0.33–1.02)]. Total intakes of carotenoid, b-carotene, a-carotene, and lycopene that were higher, were associated with waist circumferences that were lower as well as lowered visceral and subcutaneous fat mass. Lower serum triglyceride concentrations were associated with higher lycopene intakes.Another study investigated the effects of natural carotene consumption on providing skin protection against UVA and UVB induced skin erythema and found that it was able to have a modest effect on the level of skin protection that it offered. 22 subjects took carotenoid supplements for 22 weeks and with contained 30 mg of natural caotenoids. The carotenoid intake level was raised by 30 mg every eight weeks to a total of 90 mg. Skin from a small area of 1 cm2 was exposed to increased levels of UV light in order to determine the minimal dose for erythema to occur. Blood samples taken during supplementation were used to determine a- and b-carotene serum levels and for a lipid peroxidation analysis.Vitamin EAlthough Gamma-Tocopherol is the main form of vitamin E found in the seeds of plants and most people’s diets, alpha-tocopherol is the primary form of vitamin E found in the tissues and supplements; little attention has been paid to it. However, recent studies indicate that gamma-tocopherol may be important to human health in that it possesses unique features that distinguish it from alpha-tocopherol. Gamma-Tocopherol is well absorbed and accumulates to a significant degree in some human tissues. Some human and animal studies indicate that plasma concentrations of gamma-tocopherol are inversely associated with an incidence of cardiovascular disease and abnormal cell growth in the prostate. These distinguishing features of gamma-tocopherol and its metabolite suggest that gamma-tocopherol may contribute significantly to human health in ways not recognized previously.Zinc-CopperZinc and copper are essential minerals critical to health. An ongoing study tracking the nutritional intake of Americans found that 75% of older American adults were found to be failing to reach the RDA for zinc, and none of them achieved even the minimum recommended intake for copper. Yet while the importance of zinc is widely recognized, copper’s crucial role in our health has often been discounted. An overemphasis on zinc has resulted in widespread, unbalanced zinc supplementation, which has serious implications for your long-term health.Zinc and copper are so similar in their atomic structure that they can actually compete with one another, not only for absorption, but also for utilization in the body’s biochemical pathways. When your intake of zinc is too high relative to your copper intake, the excess zinc actually interferes with the activity of enzymes which depend on copper for their biological function. When copper is not properly incorporated into these enzymes, they can’t fulfill their biochemical duties.Both animal and human evidence suggests that, for optimal utilization of both minerals, the balance between zinc and copper should be about ten-to-one. But it’s common for supplements containing these nutrients to include too much zinc, and little or no copper, with the result that many – perhaps most – zinc supplements and multivitamin and multimineral formulas contain potentially harmful zinc imbalances.This isn’t just a theoretical concern. In a series of human studies, putting volunteers on a diet and supplement regimen in which the ratio between zinc and copper was 23.5-to-one (and sometimes lower) – common zinc-to-copper ratios, found in many multivitamins on health food store shelves – resulted in wide-ranging metabolic disturbances, including reduced levels of the copper-based antioxidants enzymes, increased total and LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, anemia, reductions in the body’s levels of enkephalins (natural pain-killing molecules), and cardiac dysfunction (including rhythm disturbances and even heart attacks!).At the extreme, out-of control zinc supplementation impairs immune function, despite the fact that an adequate intake of zinc is necessary for normal immune function. One reason for this may be copper’s important role in immune function: one of the classic signs of ‘simple’ copper deficiency is depressed levels of white blood cells.Over the long term, it seems that other problems linked to long-term, subclinical ‘simple’ copper deficiency – such as impaired bone metabolism, poor glucose metabolism, arthritis, neurological dysfunction, and increased levels of Advanced Glycation Endproducts (AGE) – would also manifest from a functional copper deficiency created by excessive zinc intake. The problem, of course, is not zinc supplements – but excessive or unbalanced zinc supplementation.Excessive Zinc and Prostate HealthMany men take zinc supplements to support the health of their prostate, because the prostate has the highest levels of this mineral of any organ of the body, and most studies have found that low levels of zinc in the prostate are associated with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) and more serious prostate disorders. But one large new study found that extreme zinc oversupplementation is associated with a more than doubled risk of developing prostate problems, especially if continued for more than 10 years.This doesn’t mean that men concerned about prostate health should stop making sure that their zinc intake is adequate: there was no association of zinc supplement use and prostate problems in men with more reasonable intakes of the mineral. But it does mean that the targets that we should aim for are the kinds of intakes typical of a healthy diet.