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Daily Dose

Key Daily Nutrients
  • Fills in nutritional gaps despite a healthy diet
  • Multivitamins enhance cellular function, provide missing nutrients
  • Probiotics promote good gut bacteria, aid digestion, boost immunity
  • Vitamin D3 fights inflammation, builds healthy bones, supports cardiac health
  • Fish oils boost immunity, reduce inflammation, support cardiac health
  • Promotes improved skin and vascular health, long term health and wellness
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Daily Dose

The Basics

Daily Dose supplies the key nutrients we need on a daily basis for overall health and wellness. These premium-quality, professional level supplements ensure that your most important nutritional needs are always being met.

How to take it

Take two packets a day, one packet with breakfast and one packet with either lunch or dinner.


4 Weeks of Daily Dose
56 packets • take two packets a day with meals
Copper and Iron Free

Each single serving packet includes:
3 - Complete multivitamin
1 - Omega 3 fish oil softgel
1 - Probiotic caplet
Vitamin D3 with Vitamin K1 and K2 are added to the multi and fish oil.
This reduces the number of pills you have to take.


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Product Ingredients


Each single serving packet includes

3 - Complete multivitamin - with extra ingredients not normally found in most multi's
1 - Omega 3 fish oil softgel - in triglyceride bound form for increased bioavailability
1 - Probiotic caplet - with eight different probiotic strains to boost digestive health
Vitamin D3 with Vitamin K1 and K2 are added to the multi and fish oil.
This reduces the number of pills you have to take

Copper and Iron Free.

Formulated to exclude wheat, yeast, gluten, eggs, dairy, artificial colors, flavors, sugars or preservatives.

We use TRAACS® Chelated Minerals to promote absorbability.

Manufactured in an NSF audited GMP registered facility. GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice regulations as put forth by the US Food and Drug Administration.



Take two packets a day, one packet with breakfast and one packet with either lunch or dinner.

Store in a cool, dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children. Naturally occurring color, taste and density may vary between lots.

TRAACS® is a registered trademark of Albion Laboratories.

For information on NSF GMP certification see


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Why do I need to take supplements?

Our Daily Dose supplements contain the essential nutrients that your body needs on a daily basis to function well, but that are difficult to obtain even if you are eating extremely healthily. Soil depletion robs even good food of vitamins and minerals and our water, air and living environments are not clean. Daily Dose will strengthen your immunity helping to protect you from compromised food sources and the environment and will bolster your entire system against the stresses of modern day life.

What are some of the benefits of taking Daily Dose supplements?

They will help strengthen your immunity and bolster your entire system against the stresses of modern day life.

Do the supplements need to be taken with food?

Yes as the body absorbs them more readily when taken with food.

Can I take Daily Dose if I am pregnant?

Yes, absolutely.

Can my children take Daily Dose supplements?

We recommend them for children ages 15 and older.

What is the difference between Daily Dose and the daily vitamins that I can buy at the grocery store?

The issue is quality. We use highly bioactive and bioavailable ingredients because good quality is the most important factor in determining effectiveness. Our supplements and formulas are strictly monitored for purity, quality and nutritional integrity. Freshness and potency are maintained through careful harvesting, processing and packaging.

If I don’t eat fish, what can I use instead of the fish oil capsule included in Daily Dose?

You can take one tablespoon of organic Flaxseed oil instead.

What happens if I forget to take a packet of Daily Dose?

Nothing, just continue as usual with the next dose.

Will anything happen if I suddenly stop taking Daily Dose supplements?

No, nothing will happen.

Are there any medications or foods that will react badly to the supplements in Daily Dose?

If you are taking any medication, you should always tell your doctor about taking supplements. No foods will react badly to the supplements.


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