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Multivitamin Advance Plus Superfoods


Powerful composition for human body enhancement.

Unique multivitamin formula with 50 total ingredients. Vitamins, minerals, trace elements and fresh freeze-dried herbs and superfoods.


Unique multivitamin formula with 50 total ingredients. Vitamins, minerals, trace elements and fresh freeze-dried herbs and superfoods.

Ingredients that contribute to:

  • the reduction of tiredness and fatigue (vitamins Β, C, magnesium, iron, folic acid*)
  • the normal function of the immune system (vitamins Β, C, D, iron, folic acid, selenium, copper, zinc*)
  • the protection of cells from oxidative stress (vitamins Β2, C, E, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium*)
  • the normal function of the heart (thiamine*)
  • the maintenance of normal bones (calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, vitamins D, K*)

With coenzyme Q10, important ingredient for cellular energy production, as well as lycopene and lutein, which have antioxidant activity. In addition, the composition contains spirulina, a superfood with high nutritional value for energy yielding and well-being of the body, as well as green barley grass, a rich source of minerals, trace elements, vitamins, proteins and enzymes. Also, acai berry, alfalfa, aronia, turmeric, dandelion, green tea, and several additional herbs contribute to the maximum product effectiveness.

*Official health claims from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).


1 capsule daily, preferably after the meal

Precautions: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements do not replace a balanced diet. This product is not intended to prevent, treat or cure a human disease. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medication or experiencing health problems. Keep away from little children in a cool and dry place at room temperature (max 25oC).


Ingredients Amount per Serving : 1 capsule %NRV*
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 5mcg (200IU) 100%
Vitamin E (a-TE) (as Vitamin E acetate) 6mg (8,96IU) 50%
Vitamin C 80mg 100%
Thiamine (Vitamin B1 as Thiamine hydrochloride) 6mg 545,5%
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 6mg 428,6%
Niacin (Vitamin B3) 6mg 37,5%
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine hydrochloride) 8mg 571,4%
Folic acid 200mcg 100%
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 2,5mcg 100%
Biotin (D-Biotin) 50mcg 100%
Pantothenic acid (as Calcium-D-pantothenate) 8mg 133,3%
Vitamin K 10mcg 13%
Calcium (as Carbonate) 10mg 1,3%
Chromium (as picolinate) 15mcg 37,5%
Copper (as gluconate) 0,4mg 40%
Iron (as bisglycinate) 0,5mg 3,6%
Magnesium (as Mg oxide) 9mg 2,4%
Manganese (as Mn sulfate) 0,5mg 25%
Molybdenum (as Na molybdate) 25mcg 50%
Selenium (as Na selenite) 15mcg 27,3%
Zinc (as Zn citrate) 3mg 30%
Acai Berry (Euterpe oleracea) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) fresh freeze dried powder 5mg **
Alpha Lipoic Acid 5mg **
Aronia melanocarpa fresh freeze dried powder 5mg **
Cholin (as Cholin bitartrate) 5mg **
Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex 5mg **
Coenzyme Q10 5mg **
Curcuma longa-Turmeric Root fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Dandelion Leaf (Taraxacum officinale) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
L-Glutathione 2mg **
Green Barley Grass (Hordeum vulgare) fresh freeze dried 10mg **
Green Tea Leaf (Camellia sinensis) 5mg **
Hesperidin 1mg **
Inositol 5mg **
Kale (Brassica oleracea var acephala) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Larch Tree Arabinogalactan (Larix occidentalis) 1mg **
Lutein 10mcg **
Lycopene (as tomato prep.) 20mcg **
Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Oat Fiber 5mg **
Pomegranate Arils (Punica granatum) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Rice Bran Stabilized  (Oryza sativa L) 5mg **
Rose Hips (fruit) 5mg **
Rutin 0,5mg **
Soy Protein Isolate 50mg **
Spirulina (Spirulina platensis) fresh freeze dried 25mg **
Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) fresh freeze dried 5mg **
Beta-carotene 1mg **
Silicon (as Si dioxide) 2mg **

* NRV: Nutrient Reference Value

** NRV: Not established


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Anshul Sinha, et al., Phytochemical, Pharmacological and Therapeutic Potential of Hordeum vulgare Linn. – A Review, Asian J. Research Chem. 5(10): October, 2012; Page 1303-1308


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Zambrana LE, et al, Rice bran supplementation modulates growth, microbiota and metabolome in weaning infants: a clinical trial in Nicaragua and Mali. Sci Rep. 2019 Sep 26;9(1):13919.

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