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WILD NUTRITION Food Grown Multivitamin Tablets for Women

4.00 out of 5
(10 customer reviews)

Original price was: £35.Current price is: £29.06.

Brand Wild Nutrition
Item form Capsule
Flavour Unflavoured
Product benefits Liver Health Support, Immune Support, Eye Health Support, Energy Management, Bone & Joint Support, Stress Relief See more
Age range (description) Adult
  • Award-winning Women’s Multi- Vitamins: Full spectrum of vitamins, minerals and herbs to support women managing busy lifestyles and promotes healthy hormone cycles, energy and immunity
  • Women’s Multi-Nutrients Supports immunity: Contains Zinc, Selenium, Alpha Lipoic Acid and beetroot plant antioxidants to protect against seasonal bugs and modern pollutants including alcohol, smoking and pollution
  • Woman vitamins to optimise energy and recovery from fatigue: Contains Vitamin C to help the body recover after exercise, as well as B vitamins, Magnesium and Calcium to balance the nerves and combat burn-out
  • Women Multivitamin supports the liver & hormones: Contains beetroot and Choline for liver support and Vitamin B6 for hormone support
  • Promotes mental resilience: Contains Ashwagandha, Magnesium, Vitamin B and other nutrients to support mental wellbeing and promote resilience against the stresses of daily life
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Product Description

Wild Nutrition Food Grown supplemets for healthy living.
Wild nutrition daily multi vitamin for women.
Wild nutrition daily multi vitamin for women.
Wild nutrition daily multi vitamin for women.
Wild nutrition daily multi vitamin for women.

Important information

Safety Information:

Do not exceed stated dose

Ingredients:

NGREDIENTS: Nutrient-enhanced Lactobacillus Bulgaricus (providing Magnesium, Zinc, Copper and Pantothenic acid), Lithothamnium Calcareum (Red algae) powder (providing Calcium), Nutrient- enhanced Yeast (providing Selenium, Iron, Inositol, Vitamin B6, Chromium GTF, Niacin, Manganese, Riboflavin, Choline, Biotin, Folic acid [as naturally occuring Folate], Thiamin, Molybdenum, Iodine, Vitamin K1, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D3), Vegetable cellulose (capsule shell), Ashwagandha powder, Nutrient-enhanced Citrus pulp (providing Vitamin C and Bioflavonoids), Carrot concentrate (providing Beta-carotene), Beetroot powder, Nutrient enhanced Yellow Pea (Pisum Sativum) preparation (providing Vitamin E) and Alpha Lipoic acid.

10 reviews for WILD NUTRITION Food Grown Multivitamin Tablets for Women

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer


    I’ve tried so many multi vitamins and they all give me athlete’s foot, some sort of yeast I presume in the morning ingredients. This hasn’t given me athletes foot and my skin looks good. Highly recommend it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pauline Emeny


    Best vitamins I’ve had. Feel much better when I take these ones. Worth the money.

  3. 5 out of 5

    P.A.H


    It takes a while to evaluate a multi vit product. These seem very good. easy to swallow, nice packaging, and good claims for the quality of ingredients. I will buy it again.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Paul D.


    I like these vitamins, I really do.I’ve been supplementing with multivitamins for decades and I’ve found that they seldom make me feel any different. I’m into my third week of using these vitamins and I’m feeling significantly better in myself than when taking my normal brand. I have more energy, which I’m maintaining for longer, and I have less trouble getting out of bed in the mornings.The source of the vitamins in these pills is described as ‘food-grown’, which should mean a superior bioavailability which, in turn, the body should utilise more efficiently than typical, artificially derived products.The quantities of some of the ingredients do seem to be a little on the low side compared to my regular choice of vitamin but maybe higher doses are not necessary in light of the food-grown source.On to price, they’re very expensive in comparison to the usual suspects. That said, we get what we pay for, and I’ve not come across food-grown vitamins before; given the difference in the way I feel taking the Wild Nutrition vitamins over my usual brand, the price discrepancy might well be worth it.My other gripe relates to the Wild Nutrition dedicated store page. Next to the ‘Home’ tab, there’s one for ‘Women’. Awesome. I look across the page for the tab for ‘Men’. There isn’t one. Not awesome. Looking at the co-founder’s brief bio, it states that Ms. Norton spent 17 years at ‘healthcare giants and running women’s healthcare clinics’, so I guess it’s reasonable to promote women’s wellness if that’s where her field of expertise lies. But, and this is not an insignificant but, if the company is selling products for men’s health then why not have a tab for us men that do not want to waste time wading through a page littered with products in which we have no interest? As a respectful note to Ms. Norton, for us men shopping is a necessity and not a sport. We want to find what we need and get on with more important stuff so can we please have a dedicated tab on your page so that we can find what we want more efficiently?I think I can recommend these vitamins. I say ‘think’ because I’m going to have to try another bottle before I can comment with absolute certainty. Once these have run out, I’ll buy another bottle and update my review accordingly. I’ve knocked half a star off for the price and half a star off for not having a tab for men in the Wild Nutrition store.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sophia


    So far so good. I’ve been taking my supplements for 2wks and I’m already noticing that I have a little more energy and I’m not getting as many night cramps. I’ve ordered the hair, skin and nails formula today and another bottle of above.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Beata


    It is 100% natural and help me energized during the post traum period

  7. 1 out of 5

    H


    Useless. Very disappointing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    TKMead


    Found Wild Nutrition after another brand of natural vitamin (Garden of Life/Vitamin Code) sold out to Nestle. Within just a few days of use the recipient commented they were fantastic (better than previous raw vitamins) so will be making it a regular purchase.

  9. 1 out of 5

    James


    I’ve been taking this multivitamin for years. I’ve had a few breaks here and there, especially over summer where I didn’t feel the benefit in taking them.But this latest batch, they make me feel sick within 5 minutes of swallowing. I have no idea what they’ve done to it, but I won’t be able to continue buying.The best before date is 18 months away too.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Average Joe


    The idea of a supplement that is derived naturally from foodstuffs is a great and welcome innovation (to me at least) and compared to the synthetic versions that I have personally had some issues with in the past, I was incredibly impressed with the concept. If you’re concerned with quality in this area, then this product is sure to not disappoint.The design of the packaging is spot on, and it shows that they know their target audience well by caring about preferred aesthetics. The box feels substantial having a nice thickness to it, while the bottle inside is frosted, and it all looks quite classy. Also, on a more practical note, everything you need to know about the product is communicated clearly on the labeling, the text of which looks minimal yet not plain.I did experience a few niggles, and would offer the following constructive criticism to the manufacturer; it is difficult to unscrew the lid, as it gets stuck on the security seal which is not flush with the bottle. This led to the seal being ripped off when I first tried to open it. Also, for a product that prides itself on deriving vitamins and minerals from foodstuffs, it was disappointing to see a “pine bark” extract in the ingredients list. Tree allergies are very common, which crossover with nut allergies, so it would be nice to see the recipe updated at some point.All in all, this is a top-spec product for discerning health aficionados with budgets to match.

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