Wholefood Vitamins, Organic Vitamins & Raw Vitamins – How are they Different?

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Find out the difference between wholefood vitamins, organic vitamins, raw vitamins and the mass produced vitamins you find in the grocery stores. Best Price ...

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    13 Responses to “Wholefood Vitamins, Organic Vitamins & Raw Vitamins – How are they Different?”
    1. Veganisme77 says:

      I was using New Chapter, but they sold? out to proctor and gamble. Now I use mega food vitamins.

    2. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

      It's? a good multi vitamin formula.

    3. Naveen Bali says:

      what about "Nature's Way, Alive! Once Daily, Men's? Ultra Potency Multi-Vitamin & Whole Food Energizer:"

    4. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

      Thank you for watching? we appreciate the support.

    5. bebum0 says:

      Thank you. You are all great!
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    6. Matthew Kasdorf says:

      thanks for the vids?

    7. Matthew Kasdorf says:

      if the phone aint ringing then theres a train rolling by , jk? love v

    8. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

      Competitive inhibition is always feasible, many foods also have these minerals together. Something? to keep in mind is competition for absorption is not always all or nothing rather it depends on the relative concentrations of the nutrients. The more of a given nutrient the greater the chance of competition for absorption, in other words its dose dependent. Hope this helps.

    9. bebum0 says:

      Thanks. I have? another question regarding all kinds of Multivitamins. We know that the bioavailability of many vitamins and minerals depends on each other, as well as they compete for absorption, Let's take Zinc for example, it competes with copper, but you see many suplements ''one pill a day'' that u have everything in there, including, for instance, copper and zinc togehter. So technically you would absorb almost nothing from them?
      Thanks a lot.

    10. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

      Raw is a marketing term, it's more that they are using food as the source for the vitamins rather than isolates. Please note I do not think isolated vitamins are bad, as of right now in terms of the science I can say that the whole food vitamins are as good as? isolated vitamins but cannot say better as there is not research to demonstrate it. It's more theory at this point that a food w/ co-factors would be superior and for many that is enough to sway them. Hope this helps.

    11. bebum0 says:

      So RAW would be like whole food, but with extra care about the temperature ? I mean, it also has all the co-factors (as he said) like whole food? Thanks a? lot. You're vids are great and I get more confident about Garden Of Life with each video I watch from you with them.

    12. jessescroggins14 says:

      Hey John.. I was just? wondering if you had an opinion on the difference between "garden of life" multi and "new chapter".... I have done garden of life and like but new chapter is quite a bit cheaper where I live... Is garden of life that much better its worth the extra coin??? Thanks

    13. BestPriceNutrition.com says:

      We do not have one on the topic. Because minerals work in concert one needs to be sure to target deficiencies should they have one or know their diet is lacking. A good multi will contain some of the minerals? needed. So if you are in need of calcium you be sure to have plenty of vitamin D, vitamin K, magnesium, and strontium. Hope this helps.

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