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  • Contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system*
  • Contributes to the maintenance of a normal muscular function **
  • Helps reduce fatigue ***
  • 13 vitamins complex
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Nutrimuscle multivitamins are to be taken during a meal to improve their absorption.

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Références scientifiques :

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(7) Catalgol B. Cellular protection and therapeutic potential of tocotrienols. Curr Pharm Des. 2011;17(21):2215-20.
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Kéto Sans biotiques Sans caséine Sans gluten Sans lactose

Nutrimuscle multivitamins is a mixture of 13 vitamins:

vitamin a
vitamins B (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9, B12)
Vitamin C Vitamin D3
Vitamin E Evnol®
Vitamin K1

*B12, B6 & nbsp;

** Vitamin D & nbsp;

*** Vitamin C

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Vitamin C and E are known for their antioxidant activity, which makes it possible to limit the rate of free radicals (the excess of which leads to the vault of cells).

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What the product does

Reduction in fatigue

Vitamin B2, B12 and vitamin C help reduce fatigue that can occur for example at the end of intense physical training.

Immune strengthening

Vitamin A, B6, B12 contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

Vitamin C contributes to maintaining the normal functioning of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise


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Interaction with other Nutrimuscle products

  • We recommend that you take the multivitamins Nutrimuscle with the multiminerals Nutrimuscle.

    It is preferable to consult a health professional before the concomitant use of several food supplements.

  • Nutrimuscle multivitamins is not to be taken at the same time as potassium bicarbonate to avoid bloating.

  • Nous vous recommandons de prendre le Multivitamines Nutrimuscle avec le Multiminéral Nutrimuscle. Vous pouvez également le prendre avec la vitamine K2 MK7 afin d'avoir un apport complet en vitamines. Il est préférable de consulter un professionnel de santé avant l’utilisation concomitante de plusieurs compléments alimentaires.

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  • Nutrimuscle attaches capital importance to the quality of the products. It is this criterion that allowed us to design your multivitamin dietary supplement.

    Nutrimuscle, as a business concerned about the satisfaction of its customers, attaches capital importance to the quality of the products it offers . It is precisely this essential criterion which was at the heart of our process of design of your multivitamin food supplement, specially designed to meet the diverse nutritional needs of each of our precious users.

    We always watch that Our products are developed with the care and attention you deserve.

    by choosing Nutrimuscle and your multivitamin food supplement, you choose a responsible approach to your health and well-being. We are aware that each individual is unique, and that is why we strive to offer you superior quality products, adapted to your needs.

    with Nutrimuscle, quality is our priority, because we believe firmly That health is a fundamental pillar to lead a fulfilling life. Trust our expertise and discover the excellence of our multivitamins, for optimal vitality and a daily life full of energy and vitality. Your well-being is our motivation, and we are proud to contribute to your personal development with products that make the difference.

  • 1. La vitamine C contribue à réduire la fatigue et l’épuisement, ainsi qu’à la formation normale de collagène pour favoriser la santé de la peau, des dents, du cartilage et des os.
    2. La vitamine C participe au bon fonctionnement du système immunitaire et à la formation normale de collagène pour assurer une fonction osseuse normale.
    3. La vitamine C contribue à protéger les cellules du stress oxydatif.
    4. La vitamine C contribue à des fonctions psychologiques normales.
    5. La vitamine E contribue à protéger les cellules du stress oxydatif.
    6. L’acide pantothénique contribue à des performances intellectuelles normales.
    7. L’acide pantothénique (vitamine B5) contribue à réduire la fatigue et l’épuisement.
    8. La vitamine A contribue au bon fonctionnement du système immunitaire et favorise la santé de la peau et des yeux.
    9. La vitamine A contribue au bon fonctionnement du système immunitaire, au maintien d’une bonne vision, au métabolisme normal du fer, au maintien de muqueuses normales.
    10. La vitamine B6 participe à la régulation de l’activité hormonale et renforce les fonctions mentales.
    11. La vitamine B6 contribue à un métabolisme énergétique normal, à réduire la fatigue et l’épuisement, à préserver les fonctions mentales, au bon fonctionnement du système nerveux et favorise le métabolisme des protéines et du glycogène.
    12. La biotine contribue au maintien des cheveux, des ongles et de la peau, à préserver les fonctions mentales, à un métabolisme énergétique normal, au fonctionnement normal du système nerveux.
    13. La vitamine D renforce les fonctions musculaires et contribue au bon fonctionnement du système immunitaire.
    14. La vitamine D contribue à garantir l’absorption/le fonctionnement du calcium et du phosphore.
    15. La vitamine D contribue à la santé osseuse, dentaire et au bon fonctionnement musculaire.
    16. La vitamine B12 contribue au bon fonctionnement du système nerveux et au métabolisme énergétique.
    17. La vitamine B12 contribue à réduire la fatigue et l’épuisement et contribue au bon fonctionnement du système immunitaire.
    18. La vitamine B12 contribue à la production normale des globules rouges.

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  • Nutrimuscle multivitamins is addressed:

    to sportsmen as well as sedentary

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