Basic Nutrients 2/Day

What is Basic Nutrients 2/Day?
Due to the state of the current food supply and because very few Americans eat the recommended five daily servings of health-giving fruits and vegetables, nutrition experts agree that a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement should be taken daily. Even the Journal of the American Medical Association agrees that everyone should be taking a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement.
A good multi-vitamin/mineral nutritional supplement could be considered “dietary insurance” and a small price to pay to be certain you are getting all the essential nutrients daily, even when you don’t eat right. Even greater health benefits can be realized when you eat a healthy diet in addition to taking a multi-vitamin/mineral supplement.
Basic Nutrients 2/Day, Thorne Research’s newest Basic Nutrients formula, provides a comprehensive multi-vitamin/mineral complex. Its key nutritional features includes 2,000 IU of vitamin D3 and 400 mcg of vitamin K (in K1 and K2 forms) per serving, in addition to having mixed tocopherols, bioactive B-vitamins, and amino acid-chelated minerals, including calcium and magnesium, all in a two-capsule-per-day delivery system.
What are the Possible Benefits of Basic Nutrients 2/Day?
  • Help fill nutritional deficiencies missing from your diet
  • Improved bone health
  • Disease prevention
  • Improved cognitive function
Who Can Benefit from Basic Nutrients 2/Day?
Most of us can benefit from taking a multivitamin/mineral supplement daily.
How Should I take Basic Nutrients 2/Day?
Take exactly as recommended by your doctor. Do not take larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended.
What Should I Avoid when Taking Basic Nutrients 2/Day?
Women who are pregnant or breast feeding should consult with their healthcare practitioner prior to using Basic Nutrients 2/Day. 5-methyltetrahydrofolate supplementation is not recommended concurrently with methotrexate cancer therapy, as it can interfere with methotrexate’s anti-neoplastic activity; however, this folate source has not been shown to interfere with the anti-inflammatory activity of methotrexate. An individual taking methotrexate for psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis can safely take a supplement containing folate.

*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Any stated results are not guaranteed and are not typical. All weight loss is a result of the individual’s body type and medical weight loss plan. Individual results and experiences may vary.