ATP Science Multifood 60 Caps

ATP Science Multifood 60 Caps

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What is ATP Science Multifood?

Vitamins are essential for life. We need to either consume them in our diet or supplement our diets with vitamins.

CSN would prefer the world to eat incredibly healthy. Unfortunately, this is nearly impossible as we all eat some processed foods. We also suffer excessive stress in our lives or take drugs that increase the requirements of certain nutrients. We also have unique genes, and some of us merely require more of a particular nutrient or nutrients.

Thus, it is safer to ensure we all take a food-based, natural supplement with naturally occurring/non-synthetic vitamins to ensure we are getting optimal amounts of nutrients. Multifood is just that. It is a food-based multivitamin with no synthetic vitamins added. Multifood has fat- and water-soluble vitamins. 

What is in this multivitamin

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is an “essential” nutrient, meaning our bodies cannot make it, and it must be included in our diet. It is fat-soluble and stored in our liver bound to protein until it is needed and transported out to the site of deficiency or increased demand.

Provitamin A is found in foods as carotenoids and is converted in part into retinol. Beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and beta-cryptoxanthin are the most common carotenoids, with beta-carotene being the most easily converted into retinol. Carotenoids are found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.

Lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin are carotenoids but are not converted into vitamin A. They have their own functions, and are also essential cofactors to regulate its function.

Vitamin D2

Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) is found in some plants, and Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the one synthesized in the body from cholesterol by irradiation of sterols in the skin by UV rays.

Every second person is vitamin D deficient. Almost 50% of the population worldwide; An estimated 1 billion people worldwide, across all ethnicities and age groups, have a diagnosed vitamin D deficiency. This may be attributed to lifestyle (for example, reduced outdoor activities, sunscreen) and environmental (for example, air pollution, atmospheric changes, and filtered sunlight) factors that minimize exposure to sunlight, which is required for ultraviolet-B (UVB)-induced vitamin D production in the skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin utilized in cellular antioxidant defence systems. As we cannot synthesize Vitamin E within our body, it must be exclusively obtained from our diet. It is often found in foods such as nuts and seeds and given that there are a lot of people on a restricted diet, some people may not be eating enough healthy fats, such as the ones found in nuts and seeds. Also, many individuals suffer from nut allergies, which excludes this food source from many individuals diet. This may contribute to a Vitamin E deficiency.

Natural B Vitamins

Most people have heard of B Vitamins. The term “B complex” vitamins refer to the group of water-soluble B vitamins (e.g.  B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 …) that work synergistically and should be supplemented and consumed with the full group balance and synergy in mind.

For example, Vitamin B6 is critical for the function of more than 100 enzymes in the body and also has roles in cellular and amino acid metabolism, cognitive function, and in the immune system. It can help to reduce homocysteine.

Homocysteine is a waste product that can contribute to heart disease, brain damage and kidney disease. But is used as an example here to show the synergy required with B complex vitamins.

Folate is also involved with amino acid metabolism and in the synthesis of DNA and RNA and drives methylation to reduce homocysteine levels along with vitamin B12. The enzyme they use requires vitamin B2 to function, so if B2 is deficient the other B vitamins can’t work. Then if excessive vitamin B3 is supplemented out of balance it can deplete the methylation and have an opposite effect elevating homocysteine. Unnatural and deficient levels of any of these vitamins can result in elevated homocysteine.

Thiamine, also referred to as Vitamin B1 or aneurin, is an essential micronutrient. Without it we will die e.g. Beri Beri is the most famous B1 deficiency disease in the past but these days Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (thiamine deficiency disease induced by alcoholism) is more common. But thiamine deficiency is the cause of morbidity and mortality.

Vitamin C

Ascorbic acid (AA), also known as vitamin C, is a small carbohydrate molecule first identified in the 1920s. Ascorbic acid deficiency is known as scurvy and usually suffered by people who do not consume enough fruit or vegetables for long periods of time. Natural sources of vitamin C are citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, strawberries, papaya, broccoli, (probably the foods we often don’t eat enough off). Vitamin C is essential for the biosynthesis of collagen and is a co-factor in the biosynthesis of catecholamines (brain energy chemicals), L-carnitine, cholesterol, amino acids, and some peptide hormones.

What are the key features of this multivitamin

  • Supports the nervous system
  • Reduces stress and increases energy
  • Supports healthy blood vessels
  • Supports the immune system
  • Provides essential nutrients

What is ATP Science Multifood?

Vitamins are essential for life. We need to either consume them in our diet or supplement our diets with vitamins.

CSN would prefer the world to eat incredibly healthy. Unfortunately, this is nearly impossible as we all eat some processed foods. We also suffer excessive stress in our lives or take drugs that increase the requirements of certain nutrients. We also have unique genes, and some of us merely require more of a particular nutrient or nutrients.

Thus, it is safer to ensure we all take a food-based, natural supplement with naturally occurring/non-synthetic vitamins to ensure we are getting optimal amounts of nutrients. Multifood is just that. It is a food-based multivitamin with no synthetic vitamins added. Multifood has fat- and water-soluble vitamins. 

What is in this multivitamin

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is an “essential” nutrient, meaning our bodies cannot make it, and it must be included in our diet. It is fat-soluble and stored in our liver bound to protein until it is needed and transported out to the site of deficiency or increased demand.

Provitamin A is found in foods as carotenoids and is converted in part into retinol. Beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and beta-cryptoxanthin are the most common carotenoids, with beta-carotene being the most easily converted into retinol. Carotenoids are found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.

Lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin are carotenoids but are not converted into vitamin A. They have their own functions, and are also essential cofactors to regulate its function.

Vitamin D2

Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) is found in some plants, and Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the one synthesized in the body from cholesterol by irradiation of sterols in the skin by UV rays.

Every second person is vitamin D deficient. Almost 50% of the population worldwide; An estimated 1 billion people worldwide, across all ethnicities and age groups, have a diagnosed vitamin D deficiency. This may be attributed to lifestyle (for example, reduced outdoor activities, sunscreen) and environmental (for example, air pollution, atmospheric changes, and filtered sunlight) factors that minimize exposure to sunlight, which is required for ultraviolet-B (UVB)-induced vitamin D production in the skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin utilized in cellular antioxidant defence systems. As we cannot synthesize Vitamin E within our body, it must be exclusively obtained from our diet. It is often found in foods such as nuts and seeds and given that there are a lot of people on a restricted diet, some people may not be eating enough healthy fats, such as the ones found in nuts and seeds. Also, many individuals suffer from nut allergies, which excludes this food source from many individuals diet. This may contribute to a Vitamin E deficiency.

Natural B Vitamins

Most people have heard of B Vitamins. The term “B complex” vitamins refer to the group of water-soluble B vitamins (e.g.  B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 …) that work synergistically and should be supplemented and consumed with the full group balance and synergy in mind.

For example, Vitamin B6 is critical for the function of more than 100 enzymes in the body and also has roles in cellular and amino acid metabolism, cognitive function, and in the immune system. It can help to reduce homocysteine.

Homocysteine is a waste product that can contribute to heart disease, brain damage and kidney disease. But is used as an example here to show the synergy required with B complex vitamins.

Folate is also involved with amino acid metabolism and in the synthesis of DNA and RNA and drives methylation to reduce homocysteine levels along with vitamin B12. The enzyme they use requires vitamin B2 to function, so if B2 is deficient the other B vitamins can’t work. Then if excessive vitamin B3 is supplemented out of balance it can deplete the methylation and have an opposite effect elevating homocysteine. Unnatural and deficient levels of any of these vitamins can result in elevated homocysteine.

Thiamine, also referred to as Vitamin B1 or aneurin, is an essential micronutrient. Without it we will die e.g. Beri Beri is the most famous B1 deficiency disease in the past but these days Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (thiamine deficiency disease induced by alcoholism) is more common. But thiamine deficiency is the cause of morbidity and mortality.

Vitamin C

Ascorbic acid (AA), also known as vitamin C, is a small carbohydrate molecule first identified in the 1920s. Ascorbic acid deficiency is known as scurvy and usually suffered by people who do not consume enough fruit or vegetables for long periods of time. Natural sources of vitamin C are citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, strawberries, papaya, broccoli, (probably the foods we often don’t eat enough off). Vitamin C is essential for the biosynthesis of collagen and is a co-factor in the biosynthesis of catecholamines (brain energy chemicals), L-carnitine, cholesterol, amino acids, and some peptide hormones.

What are the key features of this multivitamin

  • Supports the nervous system
  • Reduces stress and increases energy
  • Supports healthy blood vessels
  • Supports the immune system
  • Provides essential nutrients

ATP Science Multi Food blend using Orgenetics TM ingredients (Guava leaves and fruit, Phyllanthus emblica, Wrightia tinctoria, Lantana camara, Holy basil, Lemon peel, Moringa oleifera, Sesbansia grandiflora), Saccharomyces cerevisiae var, boulardii, rice extract, rice concentrate, Hypromellose, Anatase.

Take 2 capsules daily with food. Capsules can be opened and sprinkled onto foods or added into juices or smoothies as desired.

CSN Shipping Information

We offer free 48 - 72 hour delivery for all orders over £29.95, shipping to the mainland UK (excluding Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland etc...) All orders placed before 2 p.m. will be processed the same day and delivered accordingly to chosen delivery option. Please note that courier companies work from Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).
 
For queries on shipping times and order status please email orders@cardiffsportsnutrition.co.uk

UK Zone 1 - Estimated delivery time - 1-3 working days

  • UK Mainland
  • Wales
  • Parts of Scotland (excluding Highlands and Islands)
 
FREE UK MAINLAND SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER £29.95 
FREE UK MAINLAND NEXT WORKING DAY SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER £69.95

Orders Under £29.95 will incur a £2.99 shipping standard shipping charge.

Orders Under 1kg are sent via Royal Mail. This is an insured and tracked service which usually takes only 1-3 days. However, it's not a time-guaranteed service so in some cases it may take several days longer.
 
Orders Over 1kg are sent via Parcelforce 48 Service and do require a signature. This is 1-2 days delivery service.
 
Next Working day delivery - All orders over £69.95 are sent via Parcelforce 24 Service and will be delivered on the next working day following the despatch day. All orders below £69.95 regardless of weight can be upgraded to next working day service for only £4.99.

 
UK Zone 2 - Estimated delivery time - 2-3 working days

  • Scottish Highlands and Islands
  • Channel Islands

Delivery Price

  • Up to 500g - £2.99
  • 501g - 1kg - £3.99
  • 1kg - 2kg - £4.99
  • 2kg - 25kg - £10.99
  • 25kg+ - £21.98 - (Package will need to be sent in two parcels)

 
UK Zone 3 - Estimated delivery time - 2-4 working days

  • Northern Ireland
  • Isle of Man

Delivery Price

  • Up to 500g - £2.99
  • 501g - 1kg - £3.99
  • 1kg - 2kg - £4.99
  • 2kg - 25kg - £15.99
  • 25kg+ - £31.98 - (Package will need to be sent in two parcels)

 

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When ordering to a BFPO address it is the customer’s responsibility to make sure that the items are within the weight limits for that particular BFPO address. All orders to BFPO address will be shipped individually to keep the individually packaged weight down. We will track the orders to the BFPO hub where it will be signed for and then shipped to the individual. Once an item has been received by the BFPO hub Cardiff Sports Nutrition accepts no responsibility for lost or missing items in the onward delivery process. Please be aware that if an item is too heavy for then BFPO address the item is not returned to sender but disposed of by the BFPO Hub

Please note all delivery time estimates are subject to stock availability and receiving your order by 2:00 pm. Orders placed after 2:00 pm will be processed next working day. Orders are not processed or delivered on weekends and bank holidays. Furthermore, due to the volume of parcels around bank holidays, in particular, Christmas, parcels may be delayed by our couriers.
 
If for any reason we expect that your order will not arrive within the specified times, we will e-mail or call you shortly after receiving your order. It is therefore very important for you to provide a valid e-mail address and contact number that we can get hold of you on. Please be sure to check your e-mails and phone messages shortly after placing the order in case we need to contact you.
 
If an order is returned to us due to customer error (failure to take delivery of the order or arrange a collection/redelivery) then a re-shipping fee is applicable. This is due to the cost of re-packing, and re-shipping that item. A refund of the item minus our shipping costs can be provided as an alternative, but if the error is ours, the item will, of course, be re-shipped at our cost.
 
If you have questions regarding our shipping methods or would like further details on the shipping progress of an order then please don’t hesitate to contact us at: orders@cardiffsportsnutrition.co.uk
 

Finally, we accept that unfortunately there may sometimes be occasions when, for some reason, there is a problem with delivery. It may arrive late; it may arrive damaged; it may not arrive at all. In any of these cases, we will endeavour to ensure that a replacement is arranged with the absolute minimum of fuss for you, and that you get a full refund for any postage you have paid. Incorrect delivery information as stated by the customer is the responsibility of the customer, who will be charged for collection on their behalf.

Whilst we do try to keep all our info pages polite and friendly, for legal reasons brought about by a minority of our customers, we do need to state that it is the customer's responsibility to ensure that they are present to sign for the parcel. In no way can CSN or DPD, PARCELFORCE or Royal Mail be held liable for failed deliveries unless either of those parties has been negligent in their duty to deliver.