I think they are a crock & a way to get sportsman to buy another gadget, seriously why pay such a high amount of money for a multivitamin?
Look at the ingredients, you can find similar multivitamins cheaper. Also before you take anything check with your Dr. especially if you are on prescription medication. They list the following on their website: Includes Ginseng, Bilberry, Lutein, the complete Antioxidant Group and more. Ginsing can interact with various prescription medicines in a negative way as well as some of the other ingredients. A common search will show you the following information on Ginsing; "Do not take ginseng without first talking to your doctor if you have a bleeding or blood clotting disorder, diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease, or if you are taking any medicines to prevent or treat these conditions."
Remember that multivitamins are not regulated by the FDA and some of the research on them is spotty and not very proven. Some do have a very solid track record (vitamin C, Omega 3 Fish Oil, etc.) for certain conditions while others are simply claims being made with out any proof.
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