In this article, we are going to completely and thoroughly review the Vitafusion Women’s Gummy Vitamins also called Vitafusion Women’s Multivitamin.
Thus, this Vitafusion Women’s Gummy Vitamins review is for anyone, who is looking for in-depth information on what it actually is and what it has to offer. So, we will be taking a look at everything that is important enough for you to consider in regards to this supplement.
In fact, if I for some reason I have not covered a section you would like to get information on, let me know in the comments and I will add a relevant section to the article. Or just give my opinion on the matter in the comments, depends on the scale.
Either way, I plan on covering it all, so you wouldn’t have to jump from a review to a review in looking for additional information.
Vitafusion Women’s Gummy Vitamins Review – Claims Examined
Based on the description given at the Vitafusion Women’s Gummy Vitamins (Women’s Multivitamin) sale’s page, it seems like the absolute no-brainer.
It is there said that the supplement provides “a complete multivitamin formula that has been specially formulated to support the specific health needs of women” [R].
Which at least for me leads to believe that it’s the complete multivitamin. Meaning, having this will make it so that I have If I were a woman) all my nutritional needs covered and don’t have to worry about anything.
For me, it sounds like THE solution. Which is only further acknowledged and confirmed by the given following statements on their website. “A fusion of essential vitamins, minerals, and natural fruit flavors, these great-tasting gummies provide a convenient alternative to hard-to-swallow pills” [R].
So, not only is the supplement everything you need nutritionally, but it’s also the awesome tasting option for your vitamins. Namely, it’s the way, way better option of the otherwise hard-to-swallow pills that are the alternative if you were to choose a conventional vitamin supplement.
Although for some this may seal the deal, I would encourage you to always look past the claims that the manufacturer provides. The same also applies to this case.
Supplement Isn’t As Nutritious As We’re Led To Believe
So, as we just saw, it claims to be the complete multivitamin for women. When we actually look at the ingredients and compare that to the Prime Daily Values (PDVs), a fascinatingly different picture emerges.
From all that the Vitafusion Women’s Gummy Vitamins offers only Biotin (Vitamin B7) and vitamin D falls within the amounts recommended by PDVs.
And even Biotin does so barely being in correspondence with the very lowest margin of the guidelines.
All of the rest on the most part aren’t even covering the minimal daily requirements also known by the percentage Daily Values. You can find out more in regards to this in the article on the PDVs by clicking here.
The Supplement offers limited amounts of vitamin A (preformed form), C, E, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, Calcium, Iodine, Zinc, Chromium, Boron, Inositol, and, of course, the already mentioned vitamin B7 and D. It may create the illusion of there being a lot of what it does have.
What if I told you that while having all of these (still in insufficient amounts!) it does not offer any vitamin B1, B2, K, Choline, Magnesium, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Molybdenum, Vanadium, Iron, Tocopherols, Tocotrienols, and Carotenoids, all of which you need for your best health by the way? Would it still seem like a lot that it does have?
To be very raw and honest the supplement lacks about half the nutrients that you need to acquire daily through supplementation for the best health possible. And in having only half of that, it certainly does not live up to the claim of being the complete multivitamin.
How Insufficient Are Those Nutrients? Extremely!
Okay, so we’ve been talking about insufficient amounts in regards to the nutrients that the Vitafusion Women’s Multivitamin does have. How insufficient exactly are they? Maybe it’s not that bad?
So, let’s look at some examples, shall we?
For example, in the supplement, you’ll find 30 mg of vitamin C. Whereas what you need daily according to PDVs is 500-1000 mg. What you’ll find in the supplement is 2 mg of vitamin B6. Whereas what you need daily is 25-50 mg.
Again, what you’ll find in the supplement is 7.2 mcg of vitamin B12 – but you need 500-1000 mcg.
And I could go on and on, and on about this. It’s in no way a little bit insufficient in terms of nutrients. It’s insufficient by A LOT.
And ridiculously low amounts is not exactly what we are after as that pretty much at least to some degree only guarantees that you might not get sick with a deficiency disease.
But were after the optimal, best kind of health, right? Just avoiding disease is not our end-goal.