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  • Supports a Plant-based Diet
  • Promotes Healthy Cells
  • Mood Support
  • Promotes a Healthy Immune System

Multitasking Multivitamins - For Multitaskers

Multitasking Multivitamins - For Multitaskers

Multi-Tasking Multi-Vitamins? More like multi-tasking superheroes!


Our vegan multivitamin for adults is NOT A GUMMY! But it is packed with all the essential nutrients your body needs to tackle the day ahead. Busy parents, we know you're juggling a million things at once, so taking care of yourself can sometimes take a backseat. That's why our Multi-Tasking Multi-Vitamins are here to help!


With a carefully curated blend of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin D, B12, and iron, our vegan multivitamin helps to support your immune system, increase energy levels and improve brain function.


Plus, our vitamins are sourced in the USA, contain clean ingredients and are vegan, so you can feel good about what you're putting in your body. Say goodbye to feeling rundown and hello to taking on the world with Multi-Tasking Multi-Vitamins!

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Key Benefits

We understand everyone has different dietary needs so we wanted to create a supplement that can be used by a wide variety of people. This product is Vegetarian, Vegan, Non-Dairy, Gluten-Free, Paleo-Friendly, Non-GMO, and Keto-Friendly.

Supports a Plant-based Diet

It’s tricky to find a multivitamin that covers your needs and also fits your diet or lifestyle. Vegan Multivitamin solves the problem, providing a wide range of minerals and nutrients that all conform to vegan and vegetarian standards.

Promotes Healthy Cells

It also supports normal function of surface tissues such as skin, lungs, bladder, and inner ears. Most importantly, it supports healthy skin cells.

Mood Support

Support the ways in which your own body operates. In addition to the other benefits, you'll see support for physical vitality, immune system function, and natural energy. You will also enjoy a variety of other benefits, which is an additional perk.

Promotes a Healthy Immune System

Vitamin C is arguably the most famous of all vitamins for supporting the immune system. Vitamin C also helps promote the creation of white blood cells.

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a vitamin found in foods like dairy, liver, and fish, as well as fruits, vegetables, and some oils. Your body stores vitamin A (mostly in the liver) in body tissue to be used when the body needs it. Vitamin A plays a big role in vision and helping your eyes work properly. It also assists with keeping surface tissues such as skin, lungs, bladder, and inner ears working properly. Most importantly, it supports healthy skin cells.

Resources: Healthline

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is arguably the most famous of all vitamins. Sailors used to carry barrels of limes and other fruit loaded with Vitamin C to avoid contracting scurvy. These days, it’s a lot easier to find, and that’s a good thing because Vitamin C is really important for the body and the immune system in particular. It may help in boosting the immune system and promote the creation of white blood cells, which the body uses to fight illnesses. It’s also an antioxidant that may help fight inflammation in the body.

Resources: Healthline


Folate is the naturally occurring version of Folic Acid, a B vitamin that is found in many foods but not produced by the body itself. Folic acid is found in flour, bread, and cereals. The body uses it to help with cell division and to synthesize and repair DNA. It may also help improve heart health and reduce the risk of heart disease. It may help with reducing inflammation within the body.

Resources: Healthline


Thiamine, also known as Vitamin B1, is found naturally in foods like whole grains, pulses, nuts, and cereals. Most of us don’t get enough Thiamine in our diets, so it’s commonly added to foods. Thiamine has been shown to be effective in treating patients with chronic fatigue, insomnia, and headaches.

Resources: Ncbi