Proathlix Multivitamin Capsules

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  • Product Expiry - 06/2025
  • A Unique Combination of Vitamins, Minerals, and Anti-Oxidants 
  • Special Formula to Increase Your Immunity
  • Loaded with Zinc to Promote Protein Synthesis in Muscles and Boost Immunity
  • Serving Size: 1 Capsule & No. of Servings Per Bottle: 60
  • Return Policy: 7-day return policy from the date of delivery.
  • Product Overview

    Product Overview:

    Proathlix Super Vita Multivitamin capsules are here to give you robust and multifunctional wellness!

    Best multivitamin supplements help meet your daily vitamin and mineral requirements with ease. If you are looking to power your way through a hectic day or some extra dose of energy for those high-intensity workouts, look no further! Proathlix has carved out a highly selective vitamin supplement formula to give you maximum efficacy.

    Each tablet contains Vitamin A, B5, and C which have numerous benefits ranging from strengthening your vision to keeping your immune function strong, while Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant which increases the absorption of other Vitamins, especially Vitamin A. 

    Customized by experts and our research team, you not only get vitamins but also reap benefits from minerals like Zinc, Selenium, and Chromium, to give your metabolism that extra push! It is safe to say that this multivitamin is for men and women both. Like men, Proathlix multivitamin capsules are also for women. 

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  • How To Use

    How to Use:

    Even though multivitamins are never spiked with any one type of vitamin and minerals, care should be exercised when consuming these.

    Avoid exceeding the dose and mixing with other types of multivitamins.

    It’s best to consume the tablets with water after meals once a day.

    Avoid taking tablets with milk, dairy products, or other calcium supplements since it’s harder for your body to absorb the multivitamin properly in calcium’s presence.

    Always consult a doctor before you use any kind of multivitamins as a wrong dosage can result in nausea, bloating, and loss of appetite.

    Pregnant women are advised to consult a doctor if they plan to consume generic multivitamins for women as they can pass into breast milk and might harm the baby.

  • Ingredients


    Vitamin A, Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Biotin, Folic Acid, Niacin, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D2, Vitamin E, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Copper, Molybdenum, Selenium, Chromium, Manganese, Choline, Glazing agent (INS 464), Diluent (INS 460(i)), Glidant, (INS 553 (iii)), Anti-Caking agent (INS 551) and Maltodextrin

    Common Myths

    Myth 1: Multivitamins are a substitute for a balanced diet

    Truth: Multivitamins are supplements that can help close any nutritional gaps in a balanced diet, not a substitute for it. Whole foods offer a greater variety of nutrients that are essential for general health, even though they do include certain vitamins and minerals. The cornerstone of good nutrition continues to be a well-rounded diet that supports a variety of body functions and fosters long-term wellbeing.

    Myth 2: More is better when you consume multivitamin tablets

    Truth: Disregarding the notion that taking extra multivitamins can improve your health, going beyond prescribed dosages may be detrimental. Overconsumption can result in toxicities, nutritional imbalances, and negative health outcomes. It's essential to adhere to recommendations in order to get the health advantages of multivitamins without running the danger of negative effects.

    Myth 3: Multivitamins boost energy

    Truth: Multivitamins contribute to general health, but they don't immediately increase energy. Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are the main macronutrients that provide energy. Although multivitamins assist with a number of body processes, depending only on them to increase energy is not advised. The three main components of long-term energy are a healthy diet, enough water, and frequent exercise.

    Myth 4: Multivitamins help prevent chronic diseases

    Truth: The idea that multivitamins may prevent chronic illnesses is untrue, even though they are beneficial for general health. According to research, leading a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and frequent exercise can effectively lower the chance of developing chronic diseases. Multivitamins shouldn't be seen as a stand-alone illness prevention strategy, but rather as an adjunctive one.

    Myth 5: Multivitamins can fulfill the nutritional needs

    Truth: A balanced diet should still be the primary source of nutrients, and multivitamins can help with some of those needs. In addition to fiber and phytochemicals, whole foods offer a multitude of vital elements that combine to promote good health. The benefits of numerous nutrients gained from a variety of dietary sources may be missed by someone who exclusively takes multivitamins.

    Myth 6: You can never overdose on multivitamins

    Truth: The misconception that you can never take too many multivitamins is false, even if they are helpful when taken as prescribed. Overconsumption of specific vitamins and minerals can result in toxicity and harmful health consequences. It's critical to follow suggested dose recommendations and see a healthcare provider if you have any concerns about potentially harmful multivitamin overloading.

    Myth 7: Multivitamins never have any side effects

    Truth: Although multivitamins are usually thought to be safe when taken as prescribed, some people may have negative side effects. Typical problems include allergic reactions, drug interactions, and upset stomachs. It's critical to understand how your body reacts and to seek medical advice if you encounter any negative side effects.

  • Faq

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Q1: Is it good to take a multivitamin every day?

    Ans: Supplementing with Multivitamins is a low-risk, low-cost method to fill the gaps in your diet.

    If you find it difficult to make dietary changes to include certain sources of food that provide you with a wide variety of Vitamins and minerals, you should consider multivitamins seriously and use them as per the dosage recommended by a nutritionist. If you already consume a balanced diet, you should skip these and only focus on loading up on the ones you lack.

    Q2: What do multivitamin supplements do?

    Ans: Multivitamins are packed with a variety of vitamins for effective supplementation and bridging gaps left by dietary deficiencies. 

    Taking multivitamins daily paves the way for holistic fitness. Vitamins and Minerals have been proven to act as mood boosters that take care of your emotional well-being while also taking care of your physical well-being. Vitamin B improves the functioning of your nervous system to manage daily stresses and anxieties well. Vitamin C and Zinc have been proven to strengthen your immune system.

    Q3: Do multivitamins have side effects?

    Ans: Multivitamins are never a substitute for a wholesome balanced diet. Each vitamin and mineral is potent enough to cause harm and has side effects and thus should be avoided.

    High-risk individuals like those with chronic illnesses and co-morbidities should exercise caution when consuming any kind of multivitamins. Also, you shouldn’t double the dose if you have skipped one in a day.  

    Q4: Can vitamins cause weight gain?

    Ans: No. By consuming multivitamins, you are only making up for the deficiencies in specific vitamins. Vitamins and minerals on their own are never the cause of weight gain. That’s why this is also a suitable multivitamin capsules for women.