What is the Best Multivitamin? What Makes Them Different?

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What is a Multivitamin For?

Before we can talk about which is the best multivitamin, we need to take a look at what they are actually used for.

We have done a lot to figure out what we need in a day.

So far, we have learned the following:

  • Optimal amounts of vitamins and minerals
  • Minimum amounts
  • Dangerous amounts

The problem we have found is that it is impossible to get everything you need from food every single day.

Take Vitamin E for example. Almonds are one source of Vitamin E. To get the optimal amount of Vitamin E every day, you would need to eat about 60 grams. That is approximately 40 almonds. Every day.

It’s not impossible, but that means you have already consumed about 39% of suggested daily fat AND around 347 calories (most people should have 1500-2400 per day, for more on that, read Speed Up Your Metabolism).

That means that you just ate 14-25% of the food you should eat in a day just to get enough Vitamin E.

How will you get the rest?

Multivitamins Fill in the Gaps

It is impossible to get the perfect amount of vitamins from food every day. However, it is recommended to get the most that you can (healthy food) and take a good multivitamin.

When you have deficiencies of certain vitamins or minerals, the effects can include:

  • low to no energy
  • weakened immune system (sick often)
  • weight gain
  • brittle nails and hair
  • depression and other issues

Some deficiencies will cause other vitamins and minerals to stop working or be less effective, which quickly multiplies problems.

With a good multivitamin, you can avoid a lot of these problems and feel your best every day.

What Makes the Best Multivitamin?

There are lots of things that you should look for when choosing a multivitamin.


All multivitamins have a label that tells you the amounts of vitamins and minerals they contain. You want close to 100% of your daily recommended intake (or more) for the nutrients that don’t have a very low danger point.

Iron, for example, has a low 45 mg danger point. Women need more than men until menopause, but the recommended perfect point is:

  • Men over 18 and Women over 50: 8.7 mg
  • Women 18-50: 14.8 mg

Legumes (beans, lentils, peas, chickpeas, edamame, etc.) are a great natural source of iron. One cup of cooked lentils contains 6.6 mg of iron.

Since iron is not difficult to get from food and it has a low danger point, it shouldn’t be added to a multivitamin.


A lot of reputable supplement brands have multivitamins that boast “one-a-day” and come in a hard-pressed tablet.

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These pressed tablets take a long time to dissolve, making it difficult for efficient delivery of the nutrients.

A capsule vitamin has a cellulose case around a loose powder. The casing dissolves quickly and the powder is immediately delivered to the digestive system. This means you will get much more benefit from your supplement than the pressed tablet variety.


The tablet multivitamins pictured above are the largest oral supplement available. This stops people from being able to or wanting to take them.

Two smaller capsules are better than one large tablet.


Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Supplements are not regulated by the FDA, but the facility that makes them can be FDA Registered.

This means that they have willingly registered with the FDA. They have agreed to follow strict guidelines to identify and prevent any potential hazards with the product and manufacturing.

These supplement facilities follow the same quality standards as prescription drug manufacturers.

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)

GMP certification means that the facility follows strict practices and prerequisites in order to maintain an effective Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point food safety program. The HACCP ensures the prevention of the following hazards:

  • Microbiological Hazards. These include yeast, mould, bacteria and viruses.
  • Chemical Hazards. These include any type of chemical used near the production areas of the product. They can include cleaning agents, pest control substances and pesticides, fungicides, food contact materials or food additives.
  • Physical Hazards. These can be any physical object that could accidentally come in contact with a product before completion. Some common physical production hazards are pest droppings, screws/nuts/bolts, worker jewelry, broken glass, etc.
  • Allergens. Cross-contamination of a food allergen is one of the most dangerous hazards present in a substandard supplement manufacturing facility. Always look for the GMP seal and make sure the label says it does not contain an allergen that affects you.

Lab Testing

Also, check to see if the product has been 3rd party tested. This means that the company that produces the supplement has sent their product to a lab not owned by them.

The third-party lab tests the product for purity and quality consistency.

This is important because it means that the multivitamin you are taking will be the same quality with the same amounts every time you take it.

It also means that they didn’t find the results themselves.

Which Multivitamin Has All of That?

MetaFire Nutrition took all of this into account when we developed MetaVite multivitamin capsules.

Our product has everything you need from a multivitamin plus much more.

The Best Multivitamin is More Than Just a Multivitamin

MetaVite contains three important complexes that set them apart.

Our multivitamin takes care of your health in more ways than nutrition.

  • Health Support:
    • Lutein for eye health
    • Lycopene for the heart
    • Urtica Dioica for blood pressure and blood sugar stabilization
    • Saw Palmetto for hair and urinary tract health
  • Immune Blend:
    • Echinacea to improve immunity
    • Beta Glucan as an immuno-modulator
    • Spirulina for antibody and anti-infection protein production
    • Garlic as an antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-fungal
  • Antioxidant & Energy Blend:
    • Green Tea, Grape Seed, and Hawthorn Berry for blood flow and cholesterol control
    • Cinnamon Bark for gastrointestinal health
    • Bilberry Fruit for circulation and blood pressure control
    • Black Currant for phenolic compounds (antioxidants)
    • Pomegranate to regulate blood pressure and reduce vascular inflammation

Choose the best multivitamin. Choose MetaVite!


To learn how MetaVite improves the immune system, check out this article.

10 thoughts on “What is the Best Multivitamin? What Makes Them Different?

  1. Hello there! Thank you for dropping this very educative article on the best multi vitamin. I’ve gone through the article and it’s a really detailed one and very helpful, it also contains valuable information. It’s no news that multi vitamins are very important for our body. That been said, where can I purchase the metavite from? It’s functions are just very great and I want to get one as soon as possible. Thanks for sharing this. 

  2. There are a lot of healthy benefits for multivitamins and as a result this has led to the relative popularity of them being viewed as a form of preventive measure against any illness therefore it is important that when using multivitamins one has to choose the best and most effective. 

    I will be ordering some of these metavite m today.

    1. Living healthy will always be the best medicine. Trying to fix a problem after you have it is very hard on the body and usually much more expensive.

      I hope you enjoy the results. Be sure to come back and let us know what you think!

  3. This Metafire looks like it was made for me. I am a female aged 67. I am fit and very intentional about my health. Right now I am almost at the end of my multivitamins with A, B’s, and trace minerals. In addition to this I notice that I am taking a lot of what you listed: spirulina, green tea, echinacea and others. I have a lot of bottles to open in the morning, and I am thinking maybe if I got hold of your recommendation, I will just need one product. I am thinking about it.

    1. Hello!

      Thanks for reading. This is exactly why we took the time to make this exact blend: to help people be as healthy as possible with one product. Too many supplement brands sell single ingredient products that are mostly fillers and we wanted to make sure that our customers get the most benefit for their investment.

      Welcome to the MetaFire Life!

  4. HI, I have been on the hunt of the best multivitamin for ages and never was happy with anything because so many important vitamins were not included or really low dose. It’s really hard to find good one. I am trying to keep my diet balanced and healthy most of the time, but as you say multivitamins are essential.
    I am going to bookmark your page. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hello and Welcome to the MetaFire Life!

      Thank you for reading and I truly hope that MetaVite can be what you’ve been looking for.
      We did our very best formulating exactly what should be included in order to maintain everyday health and energy.
      I’ve been asked if I’m worried about the competition, but honestly, there isn’t any!
      Other multis don’t include anything close to the added blends that MetaVite contains.

      I hope you have a wonderful day!

    1. Hello,

      I’m not sure what you consider an “older female”. However, for the most part, we always need a foundational amount of certain vitamins and minerals.
      The older a person (women in particular) gets, the higher their necessity for certain things like calcium, vitamin D and vitamins B6 and B12. Potassium is also important. So, along with MetaVite F, we recommend a healthy diet, high in fibre, with foods such as bananas, dairy or a substitute, nuts, fortified orange juice (calcium and D), chicken and potatoes.
      Recommended for anyone is a wide range of colours when it comes to vegetables.

      We truly hope that we have helped,
      Welcome to the MetaFire Life and have a wonderful day,


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