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NaturesPlus Source of Life® Garden™ Men's Once Daily Multi -- 30 Vegan Tablets

NaturesPlus Source of Life® Garden™ Men's Once Daily Multi
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NaturesPlus Source of Life® Garden™ Men's Once Daily Multi -- 30 Vegan Tablets

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NaturesPlus Source of Life® Garden™ Men's Once Daily Multi Description

  • Naturally Therapeutic
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Gold Standard Whole Food Multivitamin
  • ORAC Value 20,000
  • Gluten Free
  • Iron Free
  • Grown from Certified Organic Whole Foods
  • Certified Non-GMO
  • Nutritional Support for Healthy Energy, Strength, Stamina, Heart Function and Metabolism

Source of Life Garden™ Organic Men's Once Daily Multi is the most convenient way to maximize your energy and overall health to unprecedented heights, with pure and natural organic nutrition! Using the amazing power of real certified organic fruits and vegetables, Source of Life Garden Organic Men's Once Daily Multi therapeutically revitalizes body mind and soul without yeast pesticides synthetic chemicals and other allergens and toxins that undermine good health. Discover the difference Source of Life Garden Organic Men's Multi can make in your life! Source of Life Garden Organic Men's Once Daily Multi features:

  • 35 organic whole foods
  • 140% DV for most vitamins and minerals
  • 20 000 total ORAC
  • Non-GMO
  • Free from Yeast and all Major FALCPA Allergens
  • Certified Organic Men's Botanicals:
    • Organic Pumpkin Seed, Organic Tomato Extract (rich in lycopene), Organic Turmeric, Organic Pomegranate

Yeast Free • Gluten Free • Vegan • Hypo-Allergenic


As a dietary supplement, take 1 organic tablet daily.
Free Of
Iron, magnesium stearate, stearic acid, titanium dioxide, carnauba wax, talc, yeast, hexane and artificial sweetners and preservatives, non-GMO, gluten, wheat, soy, milk, corn, corn allergens.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin A (from natural beta carotene)1500 mcg (5000 IU)167%
Vitamin C (from Amla extract)§<>65 mg72%
Vitamin D3 (from vegan cholecalciferol)25 mcg (1000 IU)125%
Vitamin E (from Annatto extract, natural sunflower vitamin E)§<>20 mcg (1000 IU)125%
Vitamin K (menaquinone-7)80 mcg67%
Thiamin (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon Extracts)§<>2.25 mg188%
Riboflavin (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon Extracts)§<>2.1 mg162%
Niacin (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon Extracts, niacinamide)§<>20 mg NE125%
Vitamin B6 (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon Extracts, pyridoxine HCI)§<>10 mg588%
Folate (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon extracts)§<>700 mcg DFE175
Vitamin B12 (from methylcobalamin)20 mcg833%
Biotin300 mcg1,000%
Pantothenic Acid (from Guava, Holy Basil and Lemon extracts, calcium pantothenate)§<>10 mg200%
Calcium (from Algas calcareas50 mg4%
Iodine (from potassium iodide)150 mcg100%
Magnesium (from Algas calcareas6 mg1%
Zinc (from Guava)§<>6 mg55%
Selenium (from Mustard extract)§<>100 mcg182%
Manganese (from manganese sulfate)2 mg87%
Chromium (from Moringa extract [Moringa oleifera extract])§<>200 mcg571%
Certified Organic Whole Food Blend:
Guava§, Holy Basil§, Lemon§, Mustard§, Curry§, Amla§, Moringa§, Annatto§, Sesbania§, Apple§, Orange§, Concord Grape§, Blueberry§, Strawberry§, Cranberry§, Beet Juice§, Blackberry§, Black Currant§, Cherry§, Pomegranate§, Raspberry§, Carrot Juice§, Bell Pepper Red§, Cucumber§, Sweet Potato§, Broccoli§, Spinach§, Mango§, Papaya§, Wild Bilberry§, Cinnamon§
1000 mg
Certified Organic Men's Health Botanical Blend-
Pomegranate§, Pumpkin Seed§, Tomato§ (rich in lycopene), Turmeric§,
50 mg
Other Ingredients: Tapioca dextrose§, brown rice syrup solids§, rice protein§, potato starch§ and coating§ (tapioca maltodextrin§, sunflower lecithin§, palm oil§, guar gum§)
§ Organic, <> Orgen™ Brand
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5 Ways to Get Your Significant Other to Eat Healthier

The decision to start eating healthier is one of the most important measures you can take to savor your present and safeguard your future.

But what happens when you come home with veggies and hummus only to find your partner digging into a bucket of fried chicken? Not only can the temptation test your resolve, but it can also increase the risk of health issues for the person you love.

Pair of Hands Holding Apple and Donut to Represent the Difficulty in Deciding to Eat Healthier |

Getting your significant other to eat healthier doesn’t have to arrive with ultimatums, shaming (always forbidden) or a fight. Rather, you can use your knowledge and a few savvy skills to empower them to make smart choices for the future you have together—and, even more importantly, for themselves.

Here are five ways to get your partner away from the nachos and towards the quinoa:

1. Give experiential gifts in lieu of food

In the early stages of a relationship, it’s all too easy to want to please your partner—but it can sometimes arrive at a price. If you’ve gotten into the habit of bringing your boyfriend chocolate to satisfy his sweet tooth, craft beers for game night, and pizza to celebrate everything from promotions to the fact that it’s a Friday, rethink your strategy and aim to give them something experiential instead.

A gift card for a massage, a weekend of camping in the woods, a windsurfing lesson or a month’s membership at your local CrossFit—all convey the same message as food: I want to nourish you because I care. Bonus points? He or she may pick up on the shift, and begin giving you more, well, nutritious gifts.

2. De-tempt your personal stock

It may be challenging for your partner to ignore that bag of chips when it’s the first thing they see in the pantry—particularly if eating healthy isn’t even on their radar. To encourage mindful eating, toss the candy, ice cream, soda and starchy snacks and fill your kitchen with sensible, nutrient-rich foods instead. Better yet, showcase them in an instantly-seeable and appealing way, whether it’s a bowl of glossy apples on your counter or pre-cut, ready-to-eat vegetables on your fridge’s top shelf.

3. Do a few simple kitchen swaps

Those not in the know tend to have a fear of changing foods they’ve long loved—particularly if it entails changing them to things that have a reputation as bland or unpleasant. Delightfully surprise them by making a few crafty adjustments in the kitchen instead.

Does your wife love Taco Tuesdays at home? Forgo ground beef for lean, ground turkey, use plain Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, include less cheese but more lettuce, onions, peppers,and pico de gallo, and substitute cheddar-smothered refried beans and rice for black beans and brown rice. Does your husband crave ice cream sundaes? Buy a pint of high-quality coconut milk ice cream—Luna & Larry’s is one of the best—and sprinkle in an antioxidant-rich combo of blueberries, strawberries, nuts and cacao nibs. Chances are, the better they feel after eating, the more they’ll yearn for your alternatives (and, in some cases, may not even realize the difference).

4. Educate and embolden them

Receiving unsolicited advice on one’s eating habits—or a crash course on the benefits Paleo—are understandably exasperating. But sitting down with your significant other and explaining why you’ve chosen to go keto will likely pique their interest—and perhaps inspire them to sign up for the challenge.

Likewise, involving them in making wise, healthy decisions, whether it’s opting to try out the new sushi spot instead of your usual Italian (read: pasta) haunt, or asking him or her what type of fruit they’d like from the farmer’s market, will galvanize them—and reassure them they have a say in the matter. In turn? The reasons for eating well will fall into their wheelhouse.

5. Do what you say—and say what you do

There are few things more frustrating than having your partner make a seemingly brilliant-sounding suggestion only to watch them do the antithesis. Meaning, it can be hypocritical—and unkind—to encourage your significant other to eat well while you’re having your way with a dish of cheesecake.

Rather, lead by example and be honest when you’ve hit a roadblock of your own, whether it’s a craving for a soft pretzel when you’re trying to go gluten-free or a plateau in your fitness regimen. Being vulnerable with each other not only mitigates stress and opens the pathway to connection; it can also contribute to coming up with creative solutions as a couple. And isn’t that a big part of why you’re together?

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