C-liac Vitality Multi-Vitamin
New formula! Containing the highest quality vitamins and minerals based on the latest research, and Dr. Doherty’s decade of clinical expertise! Now in a convenient one month supply. This formula includes a complete B complex vitamin including patented 5 MTHF (activated folic acid) which is normally only found in professional-grade multi vitamins. Fifty percent of celiacs lack the gene to activate dietary and supplemental folic acid in to this active form. It also contains the full spectrum of vitamins including vitamin C, the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K, and a full spectrum of highly absorbable Albion chelated minerals.
No additives, artificial colors or preservatives and low allergens.
Manufactured in the United States under the highest standards of quality control. Raw materials are tested for purity, potency and contamination.
Serving size: 3 tablets daily. Take one tablet per meal three times daily for ultimate effectiveness or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each bottle contains a one month supply (90 tablets). Click on Supplement Facts above to see a detailed list of ingredients.
This product contains NO gluten, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, yeast, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavoring.
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