One-a-day multivitamins include very small amounts of such vital minerals as calcium, magnesium and potassium. They do not include omega-3 fish oil and botanical antioxidants, or only include them in minute amounts. Also, they often include minerals in the oxides form, which is much less bulky, but also much less absorbed form of minerals. One serving of our Morning formula consists of three small capsules, the bulk of which are botanical antioxidants. One serving of our Mid-day formula consists of three tablets, the bulk of which is a fish oil. One serving of our Evening formula consists of three tablets, the bulk of which are calcium and magnesium.
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