They say that life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans. Well, aging is what happens while you’re busy living your life. Good nutrition plays an important role in feeling your best every day, as your ability to absorb nutrients may decrease over time. Super Easymulti 45+ is a complete anti-aging solution, with 10 supplements in one.
Over time, cell degeneration from free radicals can lead to diminished eyesight, hearing and memory. It can also impair your immune system and lower your resistance to illness and infection.
Super Easymulti 45+ is designed to fight against internal and external signs of aging through its unique formulation of vitamins, minerals, traditional herbal therapies and antioxidants.Read More
Available In 60, 120
A potent antioxidant involved in energy production in the heart.
Is an antioxidant that has been shown to prevent urinary tract infections.
Traditional medicine used to improve cognitive abilities.
Used therapeutically to heal wounds and reduce swelling from injury.
Has been shown to increase fat burning and boost metabolic rates.
Supports and maintains heart health.
Source of iodine to support a healthy thyroid.
Helps to detoxify and support your liver.
For overall health and inflammation support.
Promote cardiovascular, brain, immune and general health.
Our comprehensive formula is designed to give your body what it needs to thrive, offering you the convenience of 10 supplements in one convenient softgel:
Our men’s formula also has saw palmetto for prostate protection and pumpkin seed oils to slow the progression of male pattern baldness.
Coenzyme Q10 is a potent antioxidant that is involved in energy production in the heart. It protects LDL cholesterol from oxidizing and helps lower blood pressure.
By age 40, we may no longer produce enough coenzyme Q10 to meet our daily needs. Super Easymulti 45+ for Men has 100mg of CoQ10, omega-3 fish oils, and hawthorn berries plus a full complement of B vitamins for heart heath.
To maximize brain power as we age, Super Easymulti 45+ has ginkgo biloba, CoQ10 and DHA from omega-3 fish oil to improve blood flow and nutrient supply to the brain. Powerful antioxidants like green tea and grape seed extract provide further protection from free radicals.
Liver, bones and immune support
Essential nutrients such as milk thistle help to detoxify and support your liver function. Vitamin D and co-factors support your immune system and healthy bones.
Absorb what you ingest
Your body only uses what it absorbs. Our award-winning Omega Suspension Technology (OST) suspends the ingredients in healthy omega oils to protect the nutrients from losing potency, and enables your body to absorb more, giving you results you can feel.
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