Omnivite Complete Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement

April 16, 2020 4 min read

You try to do what’s right for your body. After all, when you look after it, it looks after you — and you know that. If you’re like most people, you eat right and exercise, when you can find the time. But how do you know that you’re giving your body what it needs? With Omnivite Complete Multivitamin and Mineral Support, you can nourish your body without any guesswork.

What is Omnivite?

Omnivite is a complete multivitamin. It features a total hypoallergenic B-complex. It also features high levels of antioxidants, including vitamins A, C, and E, and the trace minerals your body needs.

How Does Omnivite Work?

Omnivite comes in tablets or capsules so you can take it however you like. The tablets are manufactured with low compression, for easy digestion. Omnivite uses minerals in forms known to be highly bioactive, so your body absorbs nutrition from our products easily.

They’re also designed with food allergy sufferers in mind. They’re made without yeast, wheat, corn, sugar, salt, milk, or artificial additives, so you never have to think twice about taking one.

Take two Omnivite tablets or capsules twice a day, with meals. If you think you may have a vitamin deficiency, or if you encounter high stress or extreme physical activity during your day, take three. Do not take Omnivite if you have been prescribed Warfarin or Coumadin, as vitamin K may interfere with those medications.

Why Omnivite?

Omnivite has all the vitamins and minerals the average human body needs to do its job. You may think you’re taking care of yourself with your diet, but there are always going to be times when you’re too busy to read nutrition labels. Omnivite supplements your diet with any vitamins you don’t get enough of, preventing deficiency.

Vitamin deficiencies can cause lethargy, shortness of breath, poor wound healing, and gum disease in minor cases. If left untreated, they can lead to complications, including hemorrhages, neuropathy, convulsions, and even death.

Unlike some multivitamins, Omnivite contains antioxidants, which neutralize free radicals in your body. Radicals are unstable molecules that have one unpaired valence electron, meaning they bond spontaneously with other molecules. When your tissues react with free-floating radicals in your blood, it damages them, causing them to age prematurely. Free radical damage is also a risk factor in cancer and other degenerative diseases. Antioxidants save you by bonding safely with the radicals, making stable molecules that can’t react with your tissues.

Every Omnivite tablet contains the trace minerals your body needs:

  • Zinc
  • Boron
  • Silica
  • Vanadium
  • Molybdenum
  • Magnesium
  • Chromium
  • Strontium

These often neglected minerals were once consumed naturally when people ate vegetables that were grown in high-mineral soil.

However, intensive modern farming methods can leave soil depleted, so that end consumers have to supplement their diets. Without trace minerals, people are vulnerable to degenerative diseases like osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.

Who Should Take Omnivite?

There’s no such thing as a bad time to be concerned about your diet. Omnivite is an extra safeguard on your health, no matter what your circumstances are. However, if you’re in a high-risk group for vitamin deficiency, you should be extra careful.

Vitamin deficiency occurs in all age groups, but the elderly are particularly vulnerable. People exposed to high levels of stress may have trouble absorbing vitamins from their regular diet, making supplements particularly important.

The same is true for people exposed to above-average levels of toxins or pollutants. That applies not only to environmental pollutants, like smog, but also the self-inflicted kind, that is, cigarettes and alcohol. Also consider Omnivite if your diet is restricted, either because of allergies and intolerances or just because of personal preference.

The company offers Omnivite With Iron and Omnivite Without Iron, because not everyone needs more iron in their diet. In fact, an excess of iron can be a risk factor in a number of diseases. Hemochromatosis, a condition in which the body stores excess iron, is a genetic condition that may be present in as many as 1 in 10 Americans.

Also, women generally need less dietary iron than men. Ask your doctor for a test measuring ferritin or percent transferrin saturation to find out which Omnivite is best for you.

How is Omnivite Different?

Omnivite’s unique formulation makes it perfect for your body’s needs. It is safe for all consumers, both because of its popular Omnivite Without Iron option and because of its commitment to being allergy-friendly. And its high levels of trace minerals and antioxidants make it a healthier and more natural way to give your system the TLC it deserves.

Omnivite Pros and Cons

The vitamins and minerals in your Omnivite tablet are not as good for you as the ones you get from an ideal diet. The ones Mother Nature makes absorb into your body more easily than anything lab-created can. It’s also possible to take too many multivitamins, leading to a buildup of vitamins or minerals in your body. And you may have heard of multivitamins that were recalled for being dangerous.

However, Omnivite uses the most up-to-date science to create minerals that your body can incorporate as efficiently as possible. It conforms to the FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practices, so you know it’s safe when taken as directed and not inappropriately combined with other supplements. And, although it’s never going to match up to an ideal diet, it’s a good choice for anyone whose diet isn’t always ideal.

After all, not everyone has time to make sure they’re taking the recommended daily dose of every vitamin. They certainly don’t have time to look into their favorite brands to see if they’re sustainably farmed and likely to contain the trace minerals you need.


Omnivite is a healthy way to supplement your diet. Based on current research, it has all the vitamins the human body needs to thrive. It also packs a powerful punch of antioxidants and trace minerals, chosen for their absorption and bioavailability. It’s hypoallergenic, and everything in the capsule appears on the product label. Omnivite is the supplement you need to keep your body working at its full potential.

Jason Allen
Jason Allen

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