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Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Multivitamins, 180-Count

  • 5 gender specific blends
  • Comprehensive nutrient optimization system
  • Free form amino acids

Opti-Men is a complete Nutrient Optimization System, providing the ultimate in performance supplementation. With more than 75 distinct ingredients, Opti-Men lays a solid foundation for everyday health, performance, and vitality.Five Performance Blends: Amino-Blend Contains 8 key free-form acids (including Arginine, Glutamine, and BCAAs), the building blocks of lean muscle growth and development. Viri-Blend Contains 8 exotic botanicals and marine concentrates designed to enhance your male edge. Phyto-Blend Contains over 20 antioxidant-rich fruit and vegetable concentrates to help combat free radicals. Enzy-Blend Contains 4 specific enzymes for enhanced nutrition digestion and absorption. Opti-Blend Comprehensive nutritional coverage with 25

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  • E. Aracil  On August 24, 2011 at 5:27 pm
    26 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just bought Opti-Men, July 3, 2011
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    E. Aracil (Houston TX) –
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    This review is from: Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Multivitamins, 180-Count (Health and Beauty)

    I was reading the ONLY bad review about Opti-men having a tiny amount of lead (1.62 mcg per 3 pills), then I did some research on HOW MANY THINGS WE EAT THAT HAVE WAAAY MORE LEAD…a sweet potato(7.2
    mcg of lead) has waay more lead compared to Opti-men multis. I think this is a report PAID FOR BY A COMPETITOR Multi Vitamin company. By the way this test by consumerlabs.com was done like 2 years ago, I’ve never heard of consumerlabs.com I bet they have ties with other companies and was paid for by a competitor. It’s just like the stock market, if any bad news comes out about a certain company their stock goes down. I bet they got paid to put this bad review out, just like stock promoters.

    heres the email response from an Optimum nutrition rep which cleared things up for me:

    We are aware of the recent consumerlab.com report in which Opti-Men was
    tested and allegedly did not “pass” the lead content analysis. We are
    currently working with our suppliers and conducting our own internal
    testing. In the meantime, it’s important to note that only a single
    sample was tested and that ConsumerLab.com clearly stated in its report
    that the levels allegedly detected did not pose a health risk:

    From ConsumerLab.com: “Another men’s multivitamin contained 1.62 mcg of
    lead per daily serving. Although this amount is unlikely to be harmful
    in itself, lead exposure should be avoided.”

    Also noteworthy is the fact that lead is a naturally occurring mineral
    found in the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the soil we grow
    our crops in. In fact, the US Government’s Center For Disease Control
    publication “Inorganic Lead Exposure, Metabolism and Intoxication”
    states that” typical intakes of lead from food, beverages and inhaled
    air are in the order of 300 – 400 mcg per day.” (1 mcg = 1/1,000,000 of
    a gram)

    To put this in more perspective, a sweet potato contains on average 7.2
    mcg of lead, a typical glass of red wine 6.8 mcg, a peach 3.4 mcg, and
    an apple 2.6 mcg of naturally occurring lead. Moreover, the USP
    acceptable level of naturally occurring lead in a serving of calcium is
    4.5 mcg. All of which are significantly greater than was allegedly found
    in a serving of Opti-Men.

    Ideally all food, water, air, and supplements would contain zero lead,
    but at the present time this is not realistic or possible. Rest assured;
    consistently providing the purest, highest quality foods and supplements
    is our ongoing mission for over 20 years.

    We thank you for your business.

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  • Ramsey2314  On August 24, 2011 at 5:44 pm
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Value, July 28, 2010
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    Ramsey2314 (Florida) –

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    These are a really complete vitamin for an athlete. Split the dose into three times daily if you are a bigger guy, like over 200 pounds. Smaller guys can get away with one or two in a day. Dont be surprised when your Pee is Neon colored! The only bad thing I can think of with these is that they smell awful. I mean really bad…I had one in my shirt pocket while at work so I would remember to take it with my lunch and I kept smelling it thinking wow what is that horrible smell? smells like my Vitamins…Duh! They are not the biggest pills ever, so they are pretty easy to swallow. They can leave a pretty nasty taste if you down them with water…maybe a bit of juice would do the trick. Anyway, for the money these are a great vitamin with LOTS of essential things a weightlifter needs to be getting…In my opinion its a way better idea than taking 22 pills a day with Animal Paks. No thank you. Ill eat clean and use Opti-Men. Thanks.

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  • dysartwebs  On August 24, 2011 at 5:54 pm
    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great vitamin supplement for active men, April 17, 2011
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    This review is from: Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Multivitamins, 180-Count (Health and Beauty)

    I have been taking vitamins for the past 20 years. I am big believer in using vitamins to fill any deficiency gaps you may have in your diet. For the past few years I have been taking One A Day Men’s multivitamins. I always thought they were sufficient as a daily vitamin. That was until I started taking Opti-Men vitamins. Comparing the two I would have to say these Opti-men vitamins are twice as good as the One A Day Men’s. I have a lot more energy and overall I feel a lot better. I take one pill a day, which seems sufficient enough. I weigh about 215 pounds. So if you’re an active guy and are into taking vitamins, then I would give opti-men a try.

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