Dr. Shaklee's Multivitamin Started It All
We trace our roots back to 1915 when Dr. Forrest C. Shaklee created the first multivitamin in the United States, Shaklee’s Vitalized Minerals. And since then we have looked to science and nature to find the best multivitamin solutions for our daily nutritional needs.
Science-Backed Ingredients for Better Overall Health*
Our products stand tall on decades of nutritional research and studies, including 110+ published clinical studies and 70+ patents and patents pending. We go beyond how and where an ingredient is grown and confirm its purity and potency, with 100,000 quality tests and over 350 harmful contaminant tests on every ingredient.
Long-Term Benefits of Complete Nutrition
Maintaining a daily nutrition routine can make a big difference. We know because we have proof. The Landmark Studies, the first multi-study, comprehensive look at the health impacts of long-term usage of dietary supplements over 10 years showed that Shaklee users had healthier biomarkers and higher blood nutrient levels than those who took no supplements at all.1,2
Taking a Daily Multivitamin Is Good for You
It is virtually impossible to get complete nutrition from your diet even if you regularly eat healthy. Almost 90% of Americans do not get the recommended daily amount of at least one nutrient in their diet. Adding a daily multivitamin to your routine is a great way to fill gaps in your nutrition that are not provided by the food you eat.
Available in Tablets, Chewables, Liquids, and Powders
We are always innovating how crucial nutrition is delivered so that no matter what your situation or preferences are, you have access to the nutrients your body needs. Choose the supplement form that works best for you and your family.
- *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.
1. Block et al., "Usage patterns, health and nutritional status of long-term multiple dietary supplement users—a cross-sectional study" Nutrition Journal 2007, 6:30-41.
2. Jacques et al., A beneficial cardiometabolic health profile associated with dietary supplement use: A cross-sectional study. Int J Vitam Nutr Res. 2021 Mar 1:1-11.