Rainbow Light Women’s One Multivitamin 90 tablets

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Rainbow Light Women’s One Multivitamin 90 tablets

Rainbow Light Women's One Multivitamin 90 tablets

  • Food-based 125mg proprietary Women’s Nourishing Blend with dong quai, organic spirulina and red clover supports hormonal balance
  • Spirulina and complete Vitamin B-complex energizes, balances and protects, 800mcg Folic Acid and 800 IU Vitamin D support a healthy cardiovascular system
  • Supports healthy digestion, absorption and regularity with 25 million CFO probiotics, gentle, and plant-sourced enzymes.
  • Purity Guaranteed; free of gluten, yeast, sugar, and dairy/lactose
  • Packaged in 100% recycled, 100% recyclable Ecoguard bottles, which are FDA approved and BPA-free, lowering the carbon footrpint by 92%

This best-selling natural FOOD-BASED multivitamin provides targeted support for women for a difference you can feel. Contains bonebuilding nutrients an energizing B-complex for stress management and heart health, iron and other research-backed nutrients and potencies. Now guaranteed AllergenSafeguard (free of gluten, soy, yeast, fish/shellfish, nuts, dairy) and with 90 million bioactive probiotics. Also free of artificial colors, flavors, sugar, sweeteners, preservatives, and other objectionabl

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  • Andrea Polk “Savvy Sleuth”

    135 of 145 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Women’s ONE – Well balanced, easy-to-digest nutritional support for women, July 14, 2010
    Andrea Polk “Savvy Sleuth” (Southern Oregon) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Rainbow Light Women’s One Multivitamin 90 tablets (Health and Beauty)

    After using Rainbow Light’s Women’s ‘One’ vitamin supplement for over a year, I’m sold on it. I’ve tried many other brands of vitamins designed specifically for women, but no others have been so easy to digest (with or without food) and so complete. Yes, they are BIG pills, but you only take one a day and can break it in half if you need to do so. Loaded with good stuff that includes a vegetable juice complex, women’s nourishing blend and complete digestive support (probiotics), in addition to a well-balance multivitamin.

    NOTE: This women’s multivitamin is tough to beat as it’s only taken once a day and maximizes many of the recommended daily values, however most women will want/need to supplement with additional calcium as that is the one area where based upon the daily recommended values, it is lacking.

    **Other Rainbow Light Multivitamins are offered on this Amazon page, but this review is only for Rainbow Light Women’s One.**

    Included in this multivitamin are the following: (taken directly from the product packaging)

    Vitamin A, 5000 IU – 100% recommended daily value
    Vitamin C, 120mg – 200%
    Vitamin D, 800IU – 200%
    Vitamin E, 100IU – 333%
    Vitamin K, 100mcg – 125% **not found in all multivitamins.
    Vitamin B-1, 25mg – 1667%
    Riboflavin (B-2), 25mg – 1471%
    Niacin, 25mg – 125%
    Vitamin B-6, 25mg – 1250%
    Folic Acid, 800mcg – 200%
    Vitamin B-12, 25mcg – 417%
    Biotin, 150mcg – 50%
    Vitamin B-5, 25mg – 250%
    Calcium, 200mg – 20% **additional supplement needed.
    Iron, 6mg – 33%
    Magnesium, 100mg – 25%
    Zinc, 10mg – 25%
    Selenium, 200mcg – 286%
    Copper, 1mg – 50%
    Manganese, 2mg – 100%
    Chromium, 200mcg – 167%
    Molybdenum, 75mcg – 100%
    Choline, 20mg
    Insitol, 20mg
    Boron, 1mg
    Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex, 25mg
    Women’s Nourishing Blend: 125mg which includes Dong Quai root extract, Organic Spirulina, Red Clover blossom extract.
    Vegetable Juice Complex: 10mg which includes Kale, Spinach, Dandelion Greens and Beets
    Complete Digestive Support: includes Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cllulase and Lactobacilus.
    Betaine HCL, 10mg

    Guaranteed 100% natural, this vitamin contains no dairy/lactose, sugar, wheat, yeast or gluten.

    In conclusion, this is one vitamin supplement that has made a positive difference in my life and I will continue to take it – recommending it to other women, especially those who are perimenopausal, have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome or other energy zapping woes.

    UPDATE: July 25, 2011
    I did the unthinkable and tried another product for 3 months, but am now going back to Rainbow Light. The other: GNC WOMEN’s Ultra Mega 90 Caplets did nothing for me in terms of energy or immune system boosting, and left me wondering why I’d paid good money for ‘ultra mega’. Must have liked the name… and had a moment of weakness in the GNC store looking for Rainbow Light!

    Currently I’m taking Rainbow Light Women’ s Nutritional System Multivitamin Supplement Food Based Tablets 180 tablets, which has EVEN MORE of the good stuff in this vitamin with complete digestive support and ‘balance and vitalizing blend’. 1200mg of Calcium…120% of your daily dose with this one means no calcium supplement needed. Higher in ‘C’ and some others too.

    I made the shift back to Rainbow Light and don’t intend to ever make the mistake of leaving them again, but chose to give this one a shot because I’m in need of the ‘hormone balancing’ herbs. Yes, I’ve hit perimenopause and according to the Rainbow Light website, this is the vitamin they recommend for me.

    The upside – no stomach upset with or without food and the pills are about half the size of this one. The bad… the recommended serving per day is 6 tablets. Yes, more expensive and inconvenient, but truthfully if the ‘hormone balancing’ works – I’d take darn near anything 6 times a day. Right now I’m only on week 3 of taking them and not sure if they’ll be better for me than ‘one’, but I’m optimistic. I trust the brand and the thought that goes into each formulation. If you’re having similar issues go to the Rainbow Light website and take their questionare to see which formula is recommended for you.

    UDATE: 7/16/12 – A few people have commented that this review contains product info that’s not on their bottle of Rainbow Light. Please note that Amazon has put a general ‘Rainbow Light Multivitamins’ heading on this product page, offering several vitamins from their line on one page. THIS review is only for Rainbow Light…

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  • Wife ‘n Mom “If you spend $1 of God’s money, …

    45 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Only children’s multivitamin we buy – “Comprehensive, potent nutritional support”…”in bioavailable forms”, January 6, 2010

    This is the only multivitamin we buy for our child. We’ve been using it since he turned 2 years old; he is now 3.

    This multivitamin contains NO sucrose, high-fructose corn syrup, or artificial sweeteners of any kind. It is a comprehensive supplement, containing vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, digestive enzymes, etc. I have compared this to about 5 other children’s multivitamins in health food stores and to several Gummy-type vitamins in other stores and have NOT found any other complete vitamin combined with such low sugar content.

    Here are the ingredients in 1 tablet and the % of daily recommended values for children under 4 years of age:

    Calories 7.5
    Total Carbohydrate 1.5 g < 1
    Sugars 1.5 g *
    Vitamin A (as 50 % Beta-Carotene, 50 % Palmitate) 2,500 IU 100%
    Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid) 60 mg 150%
    Vitamin D (as D3 Cholecalciferol) 25 IU 6%
    Vitamin E (as d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) 15 IU 150%
    Thiamin (Vitamin B-1) 1.5 mg 214%
    Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) 1.7 mg 213%
    Niacin (as Niacinamide) 10 mg 111%
    Vitamin B-6 (as Pyridoxine) 2 mg 286%
    Folic Acid 100 mcg 50%
    Vitamin B-12 (as Cyanocobalamin) 3 mcg 100%
    Biotin 75 mcg 50%
    Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B-5) 5 mg 100%
    Calcium (as Carbonate) 20 mg 3%
    Iron (as Carbonyl) 3 mg 30%
    Iodine (as Potassium Iodide) 35 mcg 50%
    Magnesium (as Hydroxide) 20 mg 10%
    Zinc (as Oxide) 2.5 mg 31%
    Selenium (as Proteinate) 3.75 mcg *
    Manganese (as Sulfate) 0.5 mg *
    Chromium (as Glycinate, Dinicotinate) -25 mcg *
    Potassium (as Citrate) 15 mg *
    Citrus Bioflavonoids 15 mg *
    Lecithin (from Soy) 5 mg *
    Phosphatidylcholine 1.5 mg *
    PABA (para-Aminobenzoic Acid) 1 mg *
    Inositol 1 mg *
    Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) 25 mg *
    Wholesome Food Complex
    4:1 Vegetable Concentrates (equivalent to 92 mg of vegetable powder) Carrots, Spinach, Celery, Green Beans, Broccoli, Parsley, Beet 11.5 mg *
    Organic Spirulina 10 mg *
    Wheat Sprouts 5 mg *
    Herbal Tonics 4:1 Extracts
    (equivalent to 64 mg of herbal powder) Horsetail [herb], Stinging Nettle [tops], Astragalus [root], Jujube [fruit], Seaweed (Bladderwrack, Nori, Wakame) 8 mg *
    Plant-Source Digestive Enzymes
    Protease 900 HUT *
    Lipase 70 DU *
    Amylase 70 DU *
    Cellulase 1 CU *
    * Daily value (DV) not established. % DV based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

    Note that this children’s supplement contains only 1.5 gram of sugars per tablet. Compare to the following foods that I have seen children regularly consume:
    GoGurt 10 gram of sugars (which contains sugar AND high-fructose corn syrup and so some contend contains more grams of sugar per ounce than Coca-Cola!)
    Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars (fruit-filled) 13 grams of sugars
    Apple juice box drink 12-13 grams of sugars
    Cranberry juice cocktail (4 oz) 15 grams of sugars
    Welch’s Fruit Snacks (1 bag) 15 grams of sugars
    Quaker Instant Oatmeal (Apple) 16 grams of sugars
    Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts (Blueberry, Frosted Blueberry) 16 grams of sugars
    Yoplait Original yogurt 25-27 grams of sugars

    So the amount of sugar in NutriStars Kid’s Multivitamin is very low. Yet our child has eaten this supplement every morning, even reminding me to give him his multivitamin if I forgot to give it to him. I believe that this is because we usually do not feed him highly sweetened foods, especially not foods sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup. For example:
    **We snack on apples and cheese, apples and peanut butter, yogurt and veggies, veggie chips, Triscuits and cheese, raisins and nuts, etc., NOT on Gummy products, Yoplait or Dannon yogurt, yogurt-covered fruit, or “fruit” snacks.
    **We buy peanut butter made only with peanuts (no added salt or sugar) and unsweetened applesauce (made with no added sugar).
    **I often make plain, lactose-free yogurt (my husband and I are lactose-intolerant), sometimes sweetened only with whole or crushed fruit or a bit of honey.
    **We buy only bread (made with as much whole wheat as possible) sweetened with honey or sugar, but not with high-fructose corn syrup. I also try to make our own sandwich bread semi-regularly, using only honey as a sweetener.

    But at the end of last October, we “caved” and bought lollies, Tootsie Rolls, Dots, etc. and then continued to give sweets in November and December (small am’t of fruit pie, chocolate, bakery cake, or Wendy’s Frosty)–not daily, but I’d say some highly sweetened item every 1-2 weeks. After routinely eating such highly sweetened foods for a couple of months, our son began to dislike the taste of the supplement a bit (but he still ate them without trouble).

    So, IMHO, as long as your child is not accustomed to eating highly sugared foods such as most store-bought boxed breakfast cereals, packaged instant oatmeal, most…

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