VITA (30 Serve)
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JYM Supplements VITA (30 Serve) 60 Capsules
Heart Health* – Joint Health* – Immune Function* – Mind* – Energy* – Recovery*
- 120mcg Vitamin K2 Per Serving
- 500mg VITAMIN B12 Per Serving
- 200mcg Chromium From Chromium Picolinate Per Serving
JYM Supplement Science combines real science with best-in-class ingredients and precise doses to deliver unreal results. Vita JYM is my exclusive multivitamin/mineral supplement formulated to provide the micronutrients hard-training athletes need in the exact doses they need them. It’s precisely engineered to deliver exactly what you need to support performance, growth and overall well-being.
Jim Stoppani, PhD
The Science of Vita Jym
Research suggests that athletes and those who exercise intensely lose many critical vitamins and minerals from training, particularly B vitamins, vitamin C, chromium, selenium, iron, and copper. This is due to a variety of factors, including the loss of minerals in sweat and urine, their increased use for energy production during workouts, and their increased use for recovery and protein synthesis after workouts. Therefore, it’s very beneficial that you get at least the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) or Daily Value (DV) for most minerals, and get far more than these recommendations for most of the vitamins and specific minerals for optimal performance and physique changes.
Conflict of Interest
Many multivitamins sold today actually include minerals that you don’t want in a multi. These minerals can inhibit the uptake of important nutrients, like amino acids, as well as other critical minerals.*
Vitamins and Minerals That Are MIA
One common vitamin on the MIA list is vitamin K. Recent research suggests that far more people are deficient in vitamin K than originally believed.* Research suggests that supplementing with vitamin K2 alleviates the symptoms of vitamin K deficiency and provides a host of other health benefits. Vitamin K may aid your optimize bone formation and blood clotting.*