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When it comes to a multivitamin, doctors recommend you take one every day. We make Whole Love available by subscription so you feel great every day, for the first 21, 90, and beyond.
Omega-3s benefit heart health, immunity, and so much more. If you take a prenatal multivitamin, there's no reason not to take an Omega-3 supplement alongside it. More nutrients = better health. Simple as that.
You can find an ingredient break-down and comparison of Whole Love™ to other brands here!
The 12.5mg of magnesium in Whole Love supports bone health and muscles and contributes to the total daily intake of this mineral.*
In other words, a multivitamin covers the basics. A supplement is the cherry on top. Together, they can help you feel your best overall!
B-complex vitamins are water-soluble vitamins and are not stored in the body (unlike other vitamins and minerals), which means they are dissolved in water and are quickly absorbed by your body. Any excess vitamins your body doesn’t need will be eliminated through urine, causing that change in color.
Because water-soluble vitamins are not made or stored in the body, it is important to take them every day for maximum health benefits. So no need to worry! You can continue to take Whole Love as directed, and your body will take it from there. You can read more about Vitamin B2 here
‡A bottle of XOmegas™ is included as a gift with purchase with every multivitamin order and cannot be swapped or replaced with other items. XOmegas™ is not eligible for a return/refund on its own as a gift with purchase. Subscription orders are not eligible for further discounts or promotions. See FAQ for details.
*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. The information provided does not constitute medical advice and should not take the place of consulting a physician. This information does not and should not replace treatment from a medical professional. If you need medical advice or assistance, you should consult a physician.