How do you know a Multivitamin is good?
It may sound surprising, but it is at least equally important, what it does NOT contain...
GAL Multivitamins were developed in the light of the latest research while keeping naturalness and lifelikeness in mind. This means that the product contains all vitamins, minerals and trace elements in the same ideal form, quantity and ratio as one would consume during constant, diverse and nutritious food intake.
I would not go into the details of vitamins (e.g. vitamins D, E and K), minerals (e.g. magnesium) and dietary supplements (e.g. fish oil) introduced many times in many places, and would not thoroughly address what they contain in what quantities and forms and why. I would, in turn, highlight a few ingredients I feel it is essential to explain, like why they contain, for example, iodine, choline and vitamin A, why they contain methyl folate instead of folic acid, and why they do not contain iron.