60 tablets, Item# 01901
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The most comprehensive nutrient formula in the world is Life Extension Mix™. Some Life Extension members, however, prefer to take their nutrients separately, and they need only a basic multinutrient supplement to fill in the missing gaps. For many years, these members had to rely on commercial "one-a-day" supplements that provide low potencies.
In response to requests for a scientifically based one-per-day supplement, Life Extension compounded a formula that provides the same essential vitamins and nutrients as Two-Per-Day, but in a single tablet. When compared to conventional "one-a-day" products, Life Extension One-Per-Day contains up to 50 times more potency of specific nutrients.
Life Extension's One-Per-Day Formula now contains nicotinamide riboside. Naturally found in milk, nicotinamide riboside has been shown in studies to support mitochondrial health and promote pathways of longevity.
One-Per-Day Tablets provide Crominex® 3+, a highly stable and biologically active form of chromium blended with Capros® Amla and PrimaVie® Shilajit.1 When used as part of a healthy diet, chromium plays a vital role in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels in those within normal range. One-Per-Day Tablets additionally contain alpha-lipoic acid, the universal antioxidant that helps boost glutathione levels already in normal range.
Life Extension's One-Per-Day formula contains the form of vitamin D known as cholecalciferol (vitamin D3). It also contains bioactive forms of vitamin B2 and vitamin B6, zinc citrate and natural mixed tocopherols.
Compared to Centrum® Silver® Adults 50+, One-Per-Day Tablets provide about:
Due to license restrictions, this product is not for sale to doctors and MLM wholesalers in the USA, Canada or the Philippines.
Tomat-O-Red® is a registered trademark of LycoRed LTD.
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Individuals consuming more than 2,000 IU/day of vitamin D (from diet and supplements) should periodically obtain a serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D measurement. Vitamin D supplementation is not recommended for individuals with high blood calcium levels.