In this Rainbow Light Men’s One Review, we will explore all of the most recent trends for the supplement as it has been changed somewhat recently.
Thus, in this article, we will look at all the claims made for it, we will explore all of the ingredients that it uses, as well as we’ll address the efficacy of the vitamin and mineral forms as they are not all equal. And last, of all, we’ll also explore what most reviews choose not to – the additives.
All this to make as accurate of an assessment about the Rainbow Light Men’s One (Multivitamin) as humanly possible.
Meaning, my goal here is to create a review like no other – one that you can get all possible insights from. One, after which you don’t have to go on to other reviews and explore more. Therefore, if by any chance there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that to the review.Click Here To Keep On Reading ↴
Rainbow Light Men’s One Review – The Overview
Rainbow Light Men’s One Multivitamin is all about being that comprehensive, once-daily nutritional support for men’s health and vigor offering a variety of vitamins, minerals, and additional beneficial substances.
When looking at the description page for the supplement, I would not consider it a lengthy one [R].
Overall, they’re pretty concise providing you with the ability to go through all the information in just a few moments, while not appearing to be completely vague, futile or blank [R].
In essence, that page provides all of the basic insights, as well as supplement facts [R].
About the supplement, they themselves claim that Rainbow Light Men’s One Multivitamin provides comprehensive nutrition and protection. Moreover, they say that each tablet contains key ingredients that support heart, prostate, muscle, and sexual health, help bolster immunity and increase overall energy, stamina, and stress management [R].
But above all, they glorify the fact that the supplement has been made or as they put it ‘tailored’ to men’s nutritional needs. Thus, also claiming that the men’s vitality blend that the product contains is exactly what men need to be completely healthy [R].
Then there’s also claims for digestive health – ‘Gentle on the stomach with digestive support blend’. And the idea on Purity Safeguard, which for them mean that the Men’s One has been made with natural, purity tested ingredients, without artificial preservatives, colors, flavors or sweeteners, while also containing zero Eggs, Fish, Gluten, Milk/Dairy, Peanuts, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, and Wheat [R].
Other than that, and interestingly enough, in the past, I have written about the supplement proclaiming to be the #1 Natural Men’s Multivitamin Brand. Which they no longer do.
And that I do respect.
Overall, I fell superficially the supplement is very likable. But is it actually able to deliver solid value?
Well, we’ll look into that next.
Vitamin-Wise It Has Suffered Pretty Significant Cuts
In the past, Rainbow Light Men’s One has proved to be a pretty diverse multivitamin. However, it has lost some of that with its most recent remake.
While in the past it contained absolutely every single vitamin you can think of that is crucial for health, now it’s no longer that way. No longer do we have the preformed form vitamin A.
Now, vitamin A you’re only getting from Beta-Carotene, which has proven to be quite an unreliable source of that active vitamin A. This is mainly due to its poor conversion rates. On top of that, it is speculated that quite a number of people might not have the gene necessary to even make that conversion [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
So, for those, all they can hope for is some antioxidant activity from that Carotenoid (forget about other Carotenoids, however, crucial, this supplement offers none).
When it comes to vitamins like B1, B6, B9, C, and Choline, these are in forms that are most often found in multivitamin supplements and supplements in general. However, as common as they are, these particular vitamin forms are not that well absorbed [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Thus, they will be way less effective in providing the actual vitamin to your body, thus, potentially fewer benefits.
On the other hand, we have vitamins like B2, B3, B7, B12, D3, and K1, all of which are arguably the most effective and overall the best forms for these particular vitamins [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
That said though, B2, B3, B7 (while solid forms) are pretty standard across supplements. And thus, only really the efforts for B12, D3, and K1 must be commended.
On that note, there are two more vitamins that the Rainbow Light Men’s One Multivitamin has and that do ask for a slightly longer analysis.
Vitamin B5 being labeled as Calcium Pantothenate doesn’t really say much. This is because there are two forms of Calcium Pantothenate: Calcium-D-Pantothenate and Calcium-L-Pantothenate. Just saying Calcium Pantothenate could mean any one of these forms. However, the difference between these two is huge, because the “L” form is only about half as effective as the “D” form [R, R,