Rainbow Light, Men’s One Multivitamin, 150 Count


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Rainbow Light Men’s One Multivitamin–Potent & Science-Safe, Gentle on the Stomach, 100% Natural. Targeted, iron-free nutrition that meets men’s special needs, delivering a balanced profile of essential nutrients and featuring extra support for reproductive health with high-potency zinc plus Saw Palmetto, commonly known as “the prostate herb”.

Product Features

  • Potent & Science-Safe
  • Gentle on the Stomach
  • 100% Natural
  • Note: The product may develop dark spots if exposed to moisture, but this does not impact product safety. For best stability, bottles should be stored in a cool, dry, and dark location.

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3 thoughts on “Rainbow Light, Men’s One Multivitamin, 150 Count

  1. The Best Multi for the MONEY for a College Student. So I decided to start taking a multi vitamin because I noticed at age 22 my hair was sort of…thinning. Yeah that sucked.Being a 22 year old male, I try to stay healthy and I was taking creatine for a little while. Little did I know, that was DEFINITELY contributing to my hair loss.I have no been off creatine for about a month and was still noticing hair loss. I felt kind of plagued and to me my hair is my vitality and my youth. Although some others may disagree with that,…

  2. Best choice in class! (Just make sure to take it with a meal.) I’ve been using these vitamins for over 10 years now and I have only good things to say about them. There are debates back and forth as to the efficacy of tablet multivitamins (as opposed to the vitamins naturally ingested through a normal diet), but I feel from what I’ve read that the food-based component of these vitamins aids in absorption.Other food-based vitamins from Rainbow Light as well as other companies are supposed to be even better in terms of absorption, but they…

  3. The Only Multivitamin I’ll Bother With You look at the price and think “that’s it for 150?”, but then you realize you only take one per day.I’m a college student in an intense science curriculum, as well as working a job, and trying to do the diet/gym thing (which also sucks my energy and focus), and studying on top of that, and if I’m lucky I’ll find an hour for entertainment somewhere even though I know that’s probably taking out of my sleep hour allotment — hurrah, I’m the typical overworked American. Before…

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