Innate Men’s Multi Without Iron

Botanicals known to help restore and strengthen a male’s reproductive and cardiovascular system are included. The botanical extracts in Men’s Multi, including pumpkin seed, eleuthero root and hawthorn berry, are provided in small quantities in the traditional tonic use of herbs. The formula is further enriched with alfalfa and hydrilla, two nourishing green foods rich in minerals, B12 and chlorophyll. 30 tablets


Vitamin A with 50% as Beta-Carotene
Both forms, beta-carotene (Provitamin A) and fat-soluble vitamin A (Retinol)
are important to the physiology.
Carotenoids have protective antioxidant properties. Also, some people (those
with diabetes, liver dysfunction, etc.)
do not efficiently convert beta-carotene to vitamin A therefore, both forms are

B Complex

This supports metabolic functions related to energy production, fat,
carbohydrate and protein metabolism. B vitamins
are necessary to the functioning of the nervous system, muscles in the GI tract,
health of the hair, skin, eyes,
mouth and liver. Lower levels are found in the elderly.

Thiamine is important to the functioning of the Krebs cycle, which enables the
body to manufacture energy from
glucose. It has been shown to effect emotional well being.


Riboflavin functions within enzyme systems involved in the metabolism of
carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It is
important to cellular respiration and to regenerating glutathione.


Niacinamide is involved in all functions of the B Complex. It has been found to
benefit insulin secretion and cholesterol


Pantothenic Acid is utilized in energy production and in the manufacture of
adrenal hormones and red blood cells.


Pyridoxine is important to the formation of the body’s proteins, structural
compounds, chemical transmitters in the
nervous system, prostaglandins and red blood cells. It assists in modulating
hormonal balance and immune function.


Important to the prevention of pernicious anemia. Aging may increase our need
for supplementation. Works with
folic acid in the production of DNA, red blood cells, and the myelin sheath that
surrounds the nerves.

Folic Acid

Folic acid works with B-12 in many vital functions. It is critical to DNA synthesis
and cellular division and has
been found to be essential for healthy pregnancy


Biotin functions in the production and utilization of fats and amino acids. It has a
beneficial effect on the scalp,
hair and nails.


Choline is essential to the manufacture of the vital neurotransmitter’s
acetylcholine, phosphatidylcholine and to
other components of cell membranes. It is important to fat metabolism.


Inositol functions closely with choline in the production of cell membranes.

Vitamin C

The primary role of vitamin C is in collagen production. It is critical to the
performance of the immune and nervous
systems, proper adrenal function and to provide antioxidant protection. It
promotes wound healing, and red
blood cell formation and plays a vital role in both protein and calcium
metabolism. As we age the sex glands develop
a greater need for C and will draw it from other tissues, leaving these tissues
vulnerable. The entire vitamin C
complex works together with ascorbic acid acting as a free radical scavenger,
which protects the rest of the complex.

Bioflavonoid Complex

“Nature’s biological response modifiers”, bioflavonoids have the ability to modify
the body’s reaction to allergens,
viruses and carcinogens. They are important for strengthening the capillaries
and veins and act as powerful antioxidants
and free radical scavengers. Research has shown them to be anti-inflammatory,
liver protective, anti-tumor,
antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiviral, supportive to the immune system, and
strengthening to the entire cardiovascular
system. They also have an estrogenic effect. Regular use of bioflavonoids and
bioflavonoid rich herbs helps
with many of the symptoms of menopause. Bioflavonoids include rutin,
hesperidin, quercitin, and naringin.

Vitamin D3 – Cholecalciferol

D3 is the active hormonal form of vitamin D. Adequate levels are needed as
vitamin D is important to the regulation
of calcium absorption.

Vitamin E

The primary function of vitamin E is that of a cellular antioxidant. It is important
to immune function and to cardiovascular

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is necessary for the manufacture of blood clotting factors, for bone
building and it has antioxidant properties.
Healthy intestinal flora will produce vitamin K. Vitamin K plays a key role in the
activation of osteocalcin
which works with calcium in bone building.



Calcium is vital to the structure of bones and teeth, contraction of muscles,
enzyme activity, regulation of the heart
beat, release of neurotransmitters and clotting of the blood. An important factor
in the health of the nervous system.


The primary function of magnesium is that of enzyme activation, with
participation in more than 300 enzymatic
reactions in the body. It pays a critical role in energy production, bone
structure, and muscle structure and function.
It is an important factor in the sodium and potassium pump, and in the
metabolism of calcium.


Boron is important to the maintenance of bone and joint function. It has been
found to reduce excretion of calcium
and magnesium and is important to the production of the active form of vitamin
D3. It supports the activity of
estrogens and testosterone.


Zinc functions in many enzyme systems and body functions. It is important to
immune function, wound healing,
sexual function, sensory function, skin health and healthy prostrate function.
GTF Chromium

GTF Chromium is highly involved in the body’s blood sugar control mechanisms.
It works with insulin in facilitating
the uptake of glucose into cells and is important to proper insulin function. It
also helps with regulation of
cholesterol and triglyceride levels.


Manganese is an important factor in many enzyme systems including: blood
sugar control, thyroid hormones, SOD
and energy metabolism.

Iron (Omitted in One Daily II)

Iron is essential to the hemoglobin molecules of red blood cells where it
functions in oxygen transportation. It is
also important to the production of DNA and energy. Iron in FoodState® is
safely utilized and retained in the body.


The primary function of selenium is as a component of the vital antioxidant
enzyme glutathione peroxidase, working
with vitamin E to prevent free radical damage to cells. The levels in the soil
directly effect the levels in food.


This functions as a component of several detoxification enzymes including those
involved in alcohol detoxification,
uric acid formation and sulfur metabolism.


Potassium is an essential electrolyte that functions in the maintenance of water
balance, heart, muscles, kidney,
adrenal and nerve function.


Copper functions in several key enzymatic reactions in the body, including SOD,
enzymes involved in production
of the skin, energy and neurotransmitters. Play an important role in iron
utilization, proper anti-inflammatory
response, and cardiovascular health. Copper must be in a proper form, as
sulfate causes oxidation of vitamin
C and is linked to cellular free radical damage.

Vanadium functions in hormone, cholesterol and blood sugar metabolism.
Studies indicate it improves glucose tolerance
and the mineralization of bones.


The primary function of iodine is in the production of thyroid hormones which
effect metabolism. It is also important
to health of breast tissue.


1 Comment

  • Bradley
    July 27th, 2014 at 9:37 pm


    thanks for information!!…

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