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Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin Review
Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin Review

PUBLISHED: 05/03/2012 by breditor
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Synergy NeuroPower Multi-vitamin is a dietary supplement marketed as a high-potency formula that contributes to a general good health. According to the manufacturer, the product includes 22 essential vitamins and minerals, 13 antioxidants (green tea and co-enzyme Q10) and high quality nutrients (such as L-OptiZinc zinc, Lutemax lutein, SelenoExcell selenium or Advan-C vitamin C).

The manufacturer of the multivitamin complex is Nutraceutical Sciences Institute a company which started doing business in 1994. The company has an impressive product portfolio, including vitamins, supplements, sports nutrition, diet products, beauty products, baby and even pet products.

The manufacturer claims the product is a unique formula, different from products with similar benefit claims, due to the high quality ingredients and dosages used. However, no scientific evidence is brought to support the claims.

Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin Ingredients

Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin includes the following ingredients: Vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D3, E, K1, Green Tea Extract, Coenzyme Q10, Ginkgo Biloba, Turmeric, Phosphatidylserine, Acetyl L-Carnitine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vinpocetine, Selenium, Thiamin (B1 as thiamine HCl), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3 as niacinamide), Folic Acid (as folacin), Biotin, Pantothenic Acid (B5), Calcium, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Choline, Pine Bark Extract, Pomegranate Extract, Lutein, Boron, Black Pepper Extract, and Zeaxanthin.

Product Features

The manufacturer of Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin claims that, unlike other multi-formulas, their product contains 100% or more of the recommended daily value for 19 different vitamins and minerals in the composition of the formula. Even more so, the product contains a number of botanical extracts and other nutrients not present in common multivitamins (Ginkgo Biloba, Turmeric, or Vinpocetine).

Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin includes most vitamins in the B complex, vitamin C, K1, A, E and D3, all extremely important to the well functioning of a healthy organism. Deficiencies may cause serious problems, for instance Vitamin E deficiency can cause anemia retinopathy or even impairment of the immune response.

Recommended dosage is 6 capsules daily, taken with a meal including fat, preferably a healthy fat (extra virgin olive oil, olives and nuts) to increase absorption or as directed by the physician.

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Advantages

  • Good value-for-money (a month’s supply is approximately $30)
  • Good consumer reviews
  • High quality ingredients
  • Good reputation of the producer
  • Free samples may be ordered (within some limits).

Disadvantages

  • No money back guarantee is mentioned by the manufacturer
  • The product is not clinically researched thus its effectiveness is not demonstrated.

Conclusion

The manufacturer of Synergy NeuroPower Multi-Vitamin is a reputable company with a rather long market business experience. The company claims all its products are accompanied by the guarantee that the best quality ingredients are used and that they offer the best prices. Consumer reviews are generally positive. However, no clinical research is provided to support the benefit claims made.

Also, the company mentions special precautions, specifically pregnant or lactating women, diabetics, hypoglycemics, people with known medical conditions (including blood coagulation disorder), and people already under treatment (including anticoagulant drugs) or other supplements containing Vitamin K.

A medical consult with a licensed physician or a pharmacist prior to starting treatment is advised.

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