Last Updated on August 4, 2020
What makes a multivitamin good? How do you know a good one from a not-so-good one?
Well, many multivitamins are good today, and many are not so good. A lot of it depends really on the quality of the raw materials. Other factors to consider are the manufacturing process and the formula.
Are all the vitamins in there? Multivitamins generally contain vitamins A, Bs, C, and E. Those vitamins are pretty standard.
In my opinion, what sets a good multivitamin apart is the balance of all of the trace elements. It’s also essential that the multivitamin contains hard-to-get minerals like molybdenum, manganese, chromium, and vanadium.
In my opinion, many multivitamins are okay, but they are customized for people with digestive problems. For example, most don’t contain any digestive enzymes. I’ve also never seen a multivitamin with an antimicrobial back-end.
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After researching the multivitamin field for a long time, I realized that there was a need for a unique multivitamin that included an antimicrobial base. That is how CanXida Rebuild came to be.
Unlike other multivitamins, CanXida Rebuild also contains gum mastic and goldenseal root. Gum mastic can help treat Helicobacter pylori. Golden Seal Root is one of the most potent mucosal antimicrobial you can get in the herbal medicine realm. Rebuild also contains carminative herbs that settle the gut and reduce bloating and gas. Slippery elm is a probiotic that I’ve also included in CanXida Rebuild.
CanXida Rebuild can help reduce symptoms when you are going through a diet transition.
CanXida Rebuild also contains betaine-hydrochloride, a compound that optimizes stomach pH and absorption of nutrients.
Rebuild has now been around for several years. The feedback has been phenomenal. Many people take one to two pills a day on an ongoing basis.