Vitamin and mineral coverage
A comprehensive spectrum of micronutrients; while a varied diet is a great way to source 23 essential vitamins and minerals, The Fast 800 Multivitamin covers all bases and fills in any gaps.
Immune Boosting Potential
Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Selenium & Zinc are all recognised for contributing to a healthy functioning immune system, crucial for helping fight disease and infection.
Support for vegetarians and vegans
If you’re vegetarian, vegan or in the process of reducing your meat and dairy consumption, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D3 are hard to come by through plant-based food alone. The Fast 800 Multivitamin has your daily 100%NRV* of both Vitamin B12 and D3, along with Iron and Zinc.
B vitamins, vitamin C, Iron have all been recognised to have an influence on energy levels. Also, B vitamins help to reduce feelings of tiredness while magnesium has positive effects on sleep, further increasing daily function.
Vitamins and minerals may also influence brain health and cognitive function. Evidence suggests Vitamin E may benefit both mind and memory.
Skin, Hair & Nail Health
Vitamin C plays a key role in producing collagen, which keeps skin healthy and bright, while Vitamin E protects the skin from sun damage. Biotin (B7) promotes healthy cell growth and has the potential to strengthen brittle nails and hair, stimulating growth. Vitamin A and Zinc also contribute to the maintenance of healthy hair.
Our comprehensive, bespoke formula has created much more than just another multivitamin.
SUGGESTED USE: Take one tablet daily. Best served with food.
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