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2014/11/16 20:26:50 (permalink)

Multivitamin powder?

I have been looking at numerous 'all-in-one' products for a while to try and find something to use as a meal replacement in order to assist me with my exercise program. However, it seems they all fall short in some way or another for my own specific needs and I decided the best thing to do was probably just to make my own. 
It's relatively easy to find whey/milk/egg protein powders and even Glutamine and BCAA powders to add to a shake, in addition to Creatine Monohydrate, but what I'm finding difficult is vitamins. Vitamins are usually the issue for me with all-in-ones in that they either fall short in dosages or are (for me) worryingly high in certain minerals like Iron. 
I tried looking for multivitamin and mineral powders but haven't had much luck. I've found the following product but it also has a very high amount of iron per daily serving:
Anyone know of any others? If there are any decent ones with high quality ingredients that are in powdered form that would be ideal due to convenience.

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    Re: Multivitamin powder? 2014/11/16 20:37:56 (permalink)
    We do a multivit & mineral blend but it's not as comprehensive as ultiman tablet MV and contains 8.6mg iron

    Orange triad by Controlled Labs comes in powder form. It's iron free aswell and has a decent joint complex.

    Gaspari Anavite is sold as a powder as well. I don't know about the iron content of that though.
    post edited by faipdeooiad - 2014/11/16 20:43:41
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    Re: Multivitamin powder? 2014/11/17 18:33:15 (permalink)
    So, you're saying you what a meal replacement powder, but not one of those low calorie meal replacements the diet companies flog?
    these used to be quite popular a few years ago. I think most companies had something that provided a good split of macro's and micro's. Seems to be a dying trend now though. Most seem to offer a diet MRP or All-In-Ones. I wonder if there is much demand for a "bodybuilders" MRP without stuff like creatine in it, just macro and micronutrients?

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    Re: Multivitamin powder? 2014/11/17 18:41:37 (permalink)
    I have stopped taking multivitamins and have yet to notice any difference at all.

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