Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Review – Real Optimal To Get?

Summary Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Review
Claimed Benefits Supports the nutrient needs of active men, complements healthy balanced diet, great for fit lifestyle | Should at least mostly live up to the claims
Ingredients Focuses on the best practices for nutrient amounts | Amounts are great, the nutrient forms are not always ideal, amazing as far as nutrient diversity | Lacks only the preformed vitamin A (easily fixable)
Additions 4 blends & 2 other substances (plus, Carotenoids) | A really robust combination | Potential gains for sexual well-being, energy levels, digestive, skin, nerve, brain health, anti-inflammation, antioxidant action, muscle gain and health, better weight loss, cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels
Additives Generally, it should be all harmless | It can potentially be less than ideal due to lack of Non-GMO claim
Quality Mostly self-affirmed claims | Does in-house testing on the raw materials | Overall, feels decent but is sometimes inconsistent
Success Rate Above 90.9% | Based on 8499 reviews
Price Tons and tons of value for the price | Busted price for value
Recommendation Definitely Shortlist-Able | I would get it from iHerb
Better Alternatives? Overall | Thorne Research Advanced Nutrients (#1 on this list)
If tight on the budget, this is a solid option
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In this Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men review, we will take an in-depth look into everything that it offers. We’ll take a look at all of the nutrients, additives, and beneficial substances.

Should you just go and purchase it? Or should you maybe run from it? We will get into that too.

The Product Doesn’t Go Heavy On Marketing, It’s Pretty Laid Back

According to the manufacturer, Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men “is more than a multi.” Per their words, “it’s a nutrient absorption system providing 75+ active ingredients in 4 blends specifically designed to support the nutrient needs of active men.” Or to kind of paraphrase, it’s like a must for active men, the way they put it [R].

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men ReviewAs far as the product page itself, it’s very brief. It feels as if it cares not about extensive marketing and people persuading. Which I respect. Reminds me of something like the Solgar Male Multiple (review) and Centrum Women (review).

What I like, in particular, is that it is not an overwhelming page. And there are no what feel to be over the top assertions (like “we’re the best” or “we’re the most awesome”).

That said, what I am an absolutely huge fan of is the fact that they don’t claim to replace a healthy diet with this Opti-Men. No, instead, they actually mention what so many other manufacturers shy away from. The fact that any multivitamin helps complement a healthy, balanced diet.

As for the benefits, like with any typical multivitamin, this promises many. At the forefront is the notion of supporting cellular energy, promoting metabolism, aiding nutrient breakdown and transport, supporting muscle health and immunity. And, of course, above all, working for a fit lifestyle.

As for any free-of claims, it doesn’t really mention any. But judging by the ingredients, it’s certainly free of Artificial Colors, Artificial Sweeteners, and even Sugar. All of which, generally, is a good sign.

Other than that, spoiler alert. I’ve also included the Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men within the very best multivitamin supplements list since it’s that good. But let us properly break it down before jumping to that conclusion.

To Review The Nutrients, They Look Decent But Not 100% Ideal

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men offers almost all of the essential vitamins at least in some amounts. Similarly, we also get plenty of mineral diversity. To which end, it offers everything we’d ever want. Still, I wouldn’t say that all is perfect.

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men IngredientsOf vitamins, the product holds vitamin A, C, D, E, K, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12. Thus, while we may be led to believe that it does not lack any of the 13 essential ones, it actually does lack one. Preformed vitamin A. Which much like any of the other ones is crucial for great health.

Multivitamin supplements commonly parallel Beta-Carotene to preformed vitamin A but that’s like calling kefir an alcoholic beverage. Technically, maybe to some extent but, in reality, that makes zero sense and just doesn’t hold up at all.

To explain further, there are in a sense two forms of vitamin A, namely, Carotenoids (like Beta-Carotene, Alpha-Carotene, Lutein, etc.) and the preformed form (like Retinol, Retinyl Palmitate, Retinyl Acetate, etc.). While both of them contribute to the benefits associated with vitamin A, they’re not the same. In fact, they have very different qualities [R, R, R, R, R, R].

Furthermore, any nonsense that you might have heard about Beta-Carotene being the better form of vitamin A is completely inaccurate. Although Beta-Carotene can be turned into preformed vitamin A, it’s a very unreliable way how to acquire it and fairly often it can be completely insufficient in getting the needed preformed vitamin A amounts [R, R, R, R, R, R].

Which can potentially translate to various health conditions like poor vision, immune system, or infertility among many others (if, say, we don’t get otherwise enough from food). Thus, it’s way more important than many consider it to be [R, R, R].

As for the vitamin amounts, most of them are in amounts sufficient enough (according to the best practices for nutrient amounts). There are a few shortfalls but nothing worthy of mentioning. True, many of their forms (how easy they are for our bodies to absorb) are not the most capable but, I feel, the extra amounts do make up for that.

Overall, definitely very decent. But other than that, there’s definitely more to discuss when it comes to the minerals the Opti-Men of Optimum Nutrition carries.

Oats Can Somewhat Make Up For The Lack Of Manganese In The SupplementFirst, Calcium un Magnesium you’ll definitely need to supplement additionally as this supplement provides way too low amounts of both. Also, the forms they’re on are just terrible [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

That said, by far the most multis, including, Rainbow Light Men’s One (review) and Centrum Performance (review), struggle with these two. Thus, generally, I wouldn’t consider it a negative.

As for Zinc, Copper, and Manganese, they are in quite ineffective forms. The first two, however, should not suffer that much from that as the amounts are still sufficient. Manganese on another hand is definitely not enough [R, R, R, R, R, R].

The rest of the minerals, excluding Boron and Vanadium, are pretty great. Whereas as for Boron and Vanadium, we’ve no way of knowing what are their exact forms as those are not indicated on the label [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

As for the aspects that I really like, this Optimum Nutrition supplement adds the fundamental Choline and brain-boosting Inositol as well. They don’t quite cut it in terms of the abundance of those. But still, however much we get, we’ll take it.

But be that as it may, these are not the only substances that have found their way onto the product.

This Optimum Nutrition Supplement Bring Quite A Few Additions

The Opti-Men of Optimum Nutrition is quite diverse in terms of the various blends that it also adds to the table. There are four extra blends, two other substances, and a variety of different Carotenoids.

There’s the Amino Men Blend, which is all about providing with 8 amino acids (L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, L-Valine, L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Cystine, L-Lysine HCI, L-Threonine). Not all of these are among the essential ones [R, R, R].

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Has The Potential Of Helping You Build MuscleThese will be great for anyone as they are considered the building blocks of life – compounds that our bodies can’t function without. These also have the capacity to help build muscle [R, R, R].

Then there’s the Phyto Men Blend, which is all about providing us with a bunch of Phytonutrients (as well as co-nutrients and co-factors) through various fruit and vegetable powders.

Phytonutrients are natural chemical compounds known to have various antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, they offer also other marvelous benefits [R, R, R, R].

Then there’s the Viri Men Blend, which consists of many substances that are geared toward improving sexual well-being and energy levels among offering also other gains. Despite its name though, this is something that can also be helpful to women. Frankly, the whole thing despite being an Opti-Men can very much be used by women. Nothing in the supplement of this review is limited just to men that way [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Lastly, there’s the Enzyme Blend, which is all about providing us with substances and enzymes that will improve digestion. Which will positively affect the efficacy with which the nutrients will be absorbed. Which is always a good thing [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Additionally, there is also Alpha Lipoic Acid and PABA, as well as quite minuscule amounts of various different Carotenoids, such as Alpha-Carotene, Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Cryptoxanthin, and even Lycopene. Feel free to learn about those from my other articles.

All in all, the additions Of Opti-Men I like. They feel like something that pretty much anyone can enjoy the benefits of.

I Feel Opti-Men Used To Have Better “Glue” Ingredients

Typically and for many multivitamin supplements, the section in which the additives are discussed is commonly the most problematic one. Such has been the case for supplements like Amway Nutrilite Double X (review) and Centrum Silver Men (review). Not for the supplement of this review though.

The Supplement Has 8 Different Additives – All HarmlessAlthough the Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men does have eight different ones (in the past, it was a set of other eight), all of them I would easily consider being harmless.

So, it uses Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmellose Sodium, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (HPMC), Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Glycerine, and Sunflower Oil.

Of these, Magnesium Stearate and Stearic Acid are arguably the biggest doubt harbingers.

I mean, overall, the message regards these two have been very mixed. Some are completely and utterly certain that both of these substances pose a health risk. Others disagree completely asserting that these probably are some of the safest additives there is [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

I’ve done the research, I’ve spent some 10+ hours in the past on that. Ultimately, it’s pretty clear and straightforward. These substances are absolutely harmless (Stearic Acid being the thing blamed for all the ill effects, and Magnesium Stearate being a substance which one of the constituents is the blamed acid) [R, R, R, R, R].

An interesting fact to illustrate this. Babies consume infinite times more Stearic Acid through mother’s milk than we ever possibly could as an additive in supplements [R].

Other than that, I’m not particularly a fan of Sunflower Oil. I think that’s a very mediocre-to-poor choice if there is an oil necessary for the making of the tablets. It can both be positive and negative in its effects. Whereas Croscarmellose Sodium can be a not great thing if it’s of GMO material. Which we’re no way of knowing in this particular case. Because Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men doesn’t claim to be GMO-Free.

And hence, that’s probably the biggest potential concern.

Almost 8.5k Customer Reviews To Help Properly Assess Things

So, that’s the ingredients and all that they hold. Now, turning to the practical aspects, let us look at, first, customer reviews and, second, pricing.

Speaking of the first, while it is true that the supplement has been around for quite many years, there is only one review on its product page. Which may seem odd. But, in a sense, it kind of reflects well what the trend for their product page reviews have been and what we have discovered with their Fish Oil supplement (review) already.

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men ReviewsSo, just one 5-star review is scarce. Pulling a success rate out of that would be like creating wine out of strawberries. It makes no sense.

Hence, I went out to do some research. I compiled everything I could find by all other third-party sellers and retailers. Here’s what I found.

In total, I managed to come across 8499 Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men reviews. So, one short of 8.5 grand. And there was quite a bit of bad feedback or 772 negative comments (1-star, 2-star). Still, it leveled out quite potently given the total number of reviews. In other words, 7727 positive comments. Which means a global success rate of 90.9%.

Which is an awesome success rate. Especially, given that it probably is even higher than that because people are far more eager to report negative experiences than positive ones.

But if we’re curious, the negative ones typically fell in one of these categories. Many people were unhappy with the fact that the tablets break down, flake, crumble with the slightest of moisture. Whereas the really concerning aspect was that some were like that even in completely sealed containers. To which extent, many complained about the quality.

Others pointed out the bad, unnatural smell comparing it to rotten death and even animal urine. Others yet compared it to vomit. And, yes, for some, it just didn’t work altogether. Overall, very many emphasized the quality drop from an earlier version of the product.

But then, let’s not take this out of the context. For every one bad review, there are nine other good reviews. So, the feedback’s quite mixed. Still, as it is with any product, there are a ton of people that swear by it, too.

In Terms Of Pricing, Opti-Men Is An Absolute Beast

Generally speaking, pricing is probably Opti-Men’s strongest suit. It’s genuinely hard to find a supplement so abundant in nutrients and other additions yet so affordable.

So, the supplement typically costs $19.99-21.48 for 90 tablets. The recommended dose is three tablets a day which translates to $19.99 being a month’s worth. So, per serving, this costs $0.67. Which is really low for the kind of caliber this supplement is.

This Thing Is Extremely AffordableFor example, if we compare Opti-Men to Klaire Labs Multithera, that’s a 254% difference. Meaning, Multithera typically costs around $50.99 for a 30-day supply. Which is about $1.70 per serving of 6 capsules. So, a massive difference. Granted, personally, I would still go for the Klaire Labs option over the supplement of this review.

Now, if we compare that to what I believe is the very best multivitamin on the market right now, it’s similar. The Thorne Research Advanced Nutrients costs typically $60 flat. Meaning, it’s $2 flat for a serving which is 8 capsules.

Hence, it’s $1.33 more or basically 300% more expensive than this Optimum Nutrition option. Granted, I feel, the quality on Thorne Research outdoes this by hundreds of miles but still.

So, I think that illustrates perfectly why I believe the price is so darn affordable with ON Opti-Men. It’s basically the cheapest option that is awesomely viable as well.

Overall, There Is Some Bad But, Generally, Very, Very Good

Overall, I believe that although Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men is not absolutely ideal as a multivitamin supplement, it’s a very solid one nonetheless.

I mean, it offers good amounts of the needed nutrients. Diversity-wise it almost has everything (here’s for the vitamin A). The added extra substances are awesome. The additives are not the most perfect but seem decent enough. The success rate is definitely proof that it works. Whereas when it comes to the pricing, it’s just magical.

This Is At Least Shortlist-AbleThat said, I’m not really fond of those tablets disintegrating sooner than they should. Namely, I’m not thrilled with the inconsistencies in the display of quality. Also, a Non-GMO certification or even just a general claim feels very necessary.

Hence, I believe that out of (avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, or buy it), it’s definitely something to shortlist. But other than that, I feel, it is arguably one of the most affordable yet extremely capable supplements out there. And, therefore, if you feel you’re tight on budget, go for it.

On that note, there definitely are also other even more capable (but also more expensive) products out there. Here’s a list of what I believe are the very best of the best multivitamin supplements on the market.

Above all, I hope this Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men review helped you find the information you were looking for. Do you like how it’s priced? Did you like the additions? Do you think the positive feedback far outweighs the negative one? Let me know below and I promise to get back to you.

34 thoughts on “Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Review – Real Optimal To Get?”

  1. Hi Matiss,

    Hope all is well. Great review of the Opti-Men! Thanks for doing it.

    Was hoping you could answer a couple questions:

    You mentioned that it’s lacking adequate calcium and magnesium. Is there a calcium and magnesium supplement you suggest getting? I notice you suggest the Solgar CLO for Vitamin A, but I don’t think I’ve come across your suggestion for calcium and magnesium.

    You also mention that the manganese provided is insufficient. Which manganese supplement would you recommend getting?


    • Hey, Dex Ter!

      Yeah, for sure, never hesitate to ask. :)

      For Calcium, I have the Natural Factors Calcium Citrate. It’s not the best but it has third-party testing and it’s Non-GMO. And with the Opti-Men, you could have two tablets of it.

      For Magnesium, I use the Doctor’s Best High Absorption Magnesium, currently. It’s 100 milligrams per capsule and uses a very good, well-absorbed form for the mineral. Plus, it’s Non-GMO.

      But I will be switching to try out the Solaray when my current stash of Doctor’s Best runs out. It feels a decent chunk better.

      As for Manganese, if I were to fix that lack in amount, I would probably go with something like this. But I would most likely take it every other day. I mean, it’s hard to come by any standalone Manganese supplements that would offer the kind of low but sufficient form that would adjust Opti-Men perfectly (so that we could just take it daily). But if I was to attempt that, this is how I would do it.

      And I really appreciate the kind words, Dex Ter. :)

      I hope this helps and let me know how it goes,

  2. Hi! You mentioned that Calcium and Magnesium are not enough in Optimen. What cost-benefit product do you suggest for covering these points? Which forms of Calcium and Magnesium are acceptable? I’ve looked into a lot of products (Sundown Naturals, Solaray, Now Foods, Bluebonnet, Nature Made) that contain both Calcium, Magnesium, and, in some cases, +Zinc and +D3 as well. Do you recommend any supplement brand/product in special for these minerals? Regards.

    • Hey, Jeff!

      With Magnesium and Calcium, I believe it’s best to bet on chelated forms.

      And I feel you, I remember back in the day when I first searched for a decent supplement that combined the two minerals, it was quite challenging.

      Personally, I used to be an avid advocate for the Throne Research option. And it’s a great supplement but with it, one’s kind of stuck with it’s Magnesium to Calcium ratio. Which I feel can be something highly dependant on each individual’s particular needs and lifestyle. And thus, may need slight adjusting. And so, I believe having them separate is probably the more thoughtful approach.

      On that note, these days I’ve reverted to Doctor’s Best High Absorption Magnesium 100% Chelated with Albion Minerals and Natural Factors Calcium Citrate. By no means, the best but really cost-efficient and otherwise great options. Easily adjustable, too.

      Above all, the way I see it, if you’re doing a multivitamin (or thinking about adding one), then no need to concern with extra Zinc and D3.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

      • The only calcium forms that are metabolized properly are plant based (i.e. from algae in supplement form). Excess calcium from rocks (i.e. all other forms, including chelates) will go in the bloodstream. For “excess” it means anything over 1200mg daily, including from the diet.
        About magnesium, instead, excess of unsoluble forms (oxide) will at worst cause some diarrhea. The various chelants give more or less % absorption to the element 15 to 40% such as citrate, malate, taurinate, orotate and glycinate.
        I take the malate form because it has the side benefit of giving some extra energy and the caps i take have no fillers at all. I have taken most of the other forms in the past years and at under 400mg/d I never experienced bloating or diarrhea.

        • Hey, Telstar!

          Uuu-uu, I did not know that about plant-based Calcium. I appreciate sharing that. :)
          Also, I was not aware of that with the malate form. Seems to me kind of an awesome side-effect. I’ll have to try that sometime.

          Other than that, I can attest. About 400 milligrams of Magnesium a day seems to be my very safe threshold as well. Though others have it higher, I feel it’s something that will highly depend on the amount of daily stress one has.


  3. Brilliant! This is well written and the information that you shared are really useful. I love the way you share your thoughts on this product in a very honest way. Keep it up!

    • Hey, Fitoru!

      That’s awesome. I appreciate the hearty words. They mean a lot.
      Glad it was useful. And… I definitely will. ;)


    • Hey, Simon!

      I’m happy to hear you enjoyed this one.
      Really glad it was helpful.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

    • Hey, Shane!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the review, my friend!
      It truly is a solid one!

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  4. Thanks a lot for the great review… 

    I am an Crossfit athlete and I have been searching for options in supplements to improve performance and complement my diet (even though I believe I already eat very healthy).

    I have seen and tried some of ON Optimal Nutrition supplements, but not the multivitamin one.

    In your experience, which advantages ON multivitamins has over the other similar products, and which benefits I should expect over high-intensity training like Crossfit and Calisthenics?

    Thanks in advance I will be waiting on your feedback! 

    • Hey, Luiz!

      Glad you enjoyed the review. And I sincerely appreciate the kind words!
      One definite advantage over similar sports-geared multivitamins is that this one does not offer a cocktail of harmful additives. This is so incredibly common among sports-related nutrition, it’s ridiculous.

      I mean, just overall you should see and feel improvements, not only while high-intensity Crossfitting or doing Calisthenics. But by no means it will be immediate, it usually takes a little while to kick in.
      Additionally, as I already mentioned in the article, the amino acids in this one can definitely also help with some muscle gains but if you’re really into that you should probably get an additional amino acid supplement.

      Hope that helps!

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Luiz!

  5. Opti-Men is a very good product. I commented on one of your other articles earlier and I wrote that I was a user of Optimum Nutrition products earlier. This multivitamin complex includes all vitamins, minerals and many extras that you need. 

    I changed to a Vegan supplement brand some years ago, but I have to tell that I was very satisfied with that brand. All the products are very good and their price is very affordable. 

    • Hey, Gno!

      Glad to have you back!
      Thank you for sharing your experiences with the supplement, I appreciate it!

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Gno!

  6. Hi 

    I have not heard about this product before. After reading your article, I understood all related information about Opti-Men multi vitamin product. Since it is good nutrients and employs harmless additives, I believe it will be a good choice for us. But according to your conclusion, this is not ideal as a multivitamin supplement. But I think if there is no major side effect issue for using this, it will be popular for it’s cheap price and as well as quality. Thanks for writing this review.

    • Hey, Mzakapon!

      I’m delighted that you found the article helpful. Really happy to hear that.
      All I’m saying is that there are better options, however, this one is also a great choice.

      Cheers, Friend, Have a Great One!

  7. It’s good to be on your site again. This is a great article and really informative writeup. There are various vitamin products for men on the Internet but this in particular really caught my attention. 

    I think you are doing a great job generally of being visible on the blogging space, your work is amazing and helpful.

    • Hey, Fasuan!

      Thank you for the kind words. I truly and sincerely appreciate it.
      Totally made my day! :)

      Cheers, Fasuan!
      Have a Great One!

  8. Interesting facts about this supplement, thanks for the in-depth insight into it.  It does seem really odd that it includes practically all you would need in one supplement, to then miss out Vitamin A?  But either way does seem like a good supplement to try, but I think I will check your post about supplements, to see if there is a better one. thanks


    • Hey, John!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the article.
      I did too find it a bit odd. Nonetheless, it can be easily remedied with adding a singular vitamin A supplement a singular vitamin A supplement. So, it’s not too big of a deal.

      Cheers, And Have a Great One, John!

  9. I am happy to notice that this multivitamin has one of the most important ingredients.- Carotenoids. It is quite interesting that it is providing value, and it has no empty claims. I also think the diverse set of minerals, Amino Men Blend- with 8 amino acids  including L-Arginine, makes it viable for men. I am currently using another similar supplement, but after reading the description, I will certainly look into purchasing one of these and see the results.

    • Hey, Saj!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the review!
      Cheers, let me know how it goes!

      Take Care And Have a Great One, Saj!

  10. There are so many different multivitamins available on the market today that it is almost impossible to make an informed choice on the best one for you.

    Therefore, a researched review like this is so useful in helping to make that choice.

    Opti-Men really does sound sound like a good one, as it covers most of the vitamins and minerals considered to be essential for good health, and it is reassuring to know that it is on the list of the best multivitamins. Added to that the fact that it is very reasonably priced, and I really can’t see that you would go far wrong in choosing to take this multivitamin. It is also very reassuring to know that any additives are completely harmless.

    Many thanks for doing the hard work for us and presenting us with your conclusions.

    Chrissie :)

    • Hey, Chrissie!

      I’m really happy you enjoyed the review! Totally made my day!
      I’m delighted I was able to add and to improve the knowledge and awareness of you, Chrissie, and of others. That truly means a lot to me.
      And I appreciate the gratitude for the work that went into this. Thank you!

      Cheers, and have a Wonderful Day ahead!

  11. I have never heard of Opti-Men. Not until I read this post that is. This is really interesting. I found the post to be really educational for me, it helped me learn stuff like what’s it all about and what it works for. Thank you for sharing and making of the post. It’s something I will pass on to some of my friends – they need to know of this. 

    Overall, my opinion is that the features of the Opti-Men are quite convincing and I think it’s worth purchasing.

    • Hey, Lok!

      Glad you enjoyed the review. Glad it was educational for you and that it taught you something new. :)
      I appreciate the shares, that helps a ton, Lok!

      Cheers, man, and Have a Great One!

  12. With all the vitamins and supplements out there today my opinion is the only way you actually can buy what you need is through reviews.  Heck, most pharmacists don’t understand all the products they sell in their store.

    This is actually a pretty good review and I think this might be something I really want to try.  It even seems affordable.

    Thank you for the great info.


    • Hey, Dale!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the review.
      And thank you for the kind words! I appreciate it.

      All the Best, Dale, Have a Great One!

  13. Great information and an honest review on the Opti-men supplement.  I plan on reading your review on the best multivitamin supplements to see which will be the best for me and my son.  We both are looking at needing some thing a little better than what we are currently using.   I will definitely bookmark and make a decision on which multivitamin will work best for us.  

    • Hey, Matt’s Mom!

      I’m delighted you enjoyed the review! I appreciate the bookmark, means a lot.

      If at any point I can help you will something, please let me know. I’ll be happy to help out.

      Cheers and have a Great One!

  14. I checked out the link. As I am 60+ years old, I was happy to see Boron, Lutein, and NOT iron.  I appreciate the information regarding the source/form of the individual components.  That is something often overlooked or hidden. The cost looks pretty decent, especially with the link you provided. Have you worked out a per day cost comparison?

    • Hey, KPalmquist!

      Glad you enjoyed the review!
      I definitely agree to the ‘NOT iron” part. That’s so true.
      I have worked out that comparison for the best multivitamin supplements, haven’t published it though. In that regard, this one is the very cheapest one. Others typically range from $1-2. There are also other options below $1. However, in terms of cost per day, Opti-Men is the most efficient one.

      Cheers and have a Great One, KPalmquist!


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