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12-in-One

Give your diet the vitamins it needs.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

Eating a balanced and nutritious diet every day can be very challenging for most Americans, and people often don't get the vitamins and minerals that every person's body requires. There are many multi-vitamins on the market, but many of them can be expensive, hard to swallow, hard to digest, and unpleasant tasting. With 12-In-One, you can get all of the benefits of a multi-vitamin without all of those side effects. 12-In-One is a liquid tablet making it easy to swallow, easy to digest, and has no chalky or unpleasant flavor.

PRO
  • Contains 117 nutrients
  • Easy to swallow and digest
  • No bad taste
CON
  • 12-In-One is not available in stores
INGREDIENTS

12-In-One contains a full spectrum of vitamins, minerals, digestive enzymes, crucial oil complexes, essential amino acids, fruit and vegetable concentrates, green super food, anti-aging components, nutraceuticles, immune support blends, memory and concentration blends, and energy nutrients. Together these form a powerful vitamin that will make up for the nutrients your diet lacks.

EXERCISE

12-In-One does not provide information about exercise.

CONCLUSION

With 12-In-One, you can easily and naturally get all the vitamins and minerals you need without the bad side effects. For a low cost, this increasingly popular multi-vitamin could help improve your overall health.

COMMON MISPELLINGS

Twelve-In-One, 12-in-1, 12 In One


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(Page 1 of 1, 4 total comments)

StevieB

love it

posted Jul 5th, 2011 9:17 am


n posey

The "free trial" turned out to be pretty expensive. But I'm giving it a try. I take only one a day because of the high niacin content. concerned about a problem with my cholestorol medication.

posted May 24th, 2008 9:20 pm


quintet

seems like a novel idea to get vitamins;12-in-one could be the wave of the vitamin future.


reporterwoman

there might be a reason this isn't available in stores. There are a lot of complaints about billing issues on infomercialscams.com. beware



   
 

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