CAOH’s Liquid Power Multi-V® vs Amways NUTRILITE® DOUBLE X®

We are asked regularly how CAOH’s Liquid Power Multi-V® compares to Amway’s NUTRILITE® DOUBLE X®.

If you simply review the ingredients and compare it seems so obvious! Amway’s Nutrilite® Double X® has 46 ingredients.  CAOH’s Liquid Power Multi-V® has over 340 vitamins, nutrients, minerals, fruits, berries, sea vegetables, green foods, phyto-nutrients, enzymes, amino acids, fatty acids and herbs.  That is 87% more nutrition!

NUTRILITE® DOUBLE X® costs $76.89 for a 31 day supply

 vs.

Liquid Power Multi-V® $44.99 for a 32 day supply!

Comparison  Liquid Power Multi-V® Nutrilite Double X Supplement Centrum Tablets GNC Solotron Multivitamin
Number of Ingredients! 340 46 34 36

Do we need to say more?

Over 340 Reasons Why Power Multi-V™
Is the Most Comprehensive and Cost
Effective Daily Multiple Available:

100% Vegetarian

• Hypoallergenic (No soy, wheat, egg, shellfish, corn, or milk)

• Low Glycemic Index* – L.P. has a glycemic index of 25

• 150 Phytonutrients

• 63 Whole Food Derived Minerals and Trace Minerals

• 29 Fruits (including standardized extracts and concentrates)

• 26 Herbs (including standardized extracts and concentrates)

• 13 Vegetables (including standardized extracts and concentrates)

• 10 Unique Cultivated and Wild Harvested Sea Vegetables

• 13 Vitamins

• 17 Plant Derived Amino Acids

• 3 Essential Fatty Acids

• 7 Organic Plant Derived Enzymes

• 7 Proprietary and Trademarked Nutrient Complexes:

 

1. (ActivAloe®) Aloe Vera Juice

2. Xanomax® Mangosteen

3. Tamat-O-Red® Lycopene, Phytoene, Phytofluene, Beta-Carotene & Tocopherols

4. Lyc-O-Mato® Lycopene, Phytoene, Phytofluene, Beta-Carotene & Tocopherols

5. NutraFlora® ScFOS Prebiotic Blend

6. GreenGrown® Vegetatian Glucosamine

7. Pure Way-C®

*The Glycemic Index is a numerical Index that ranks carbohydrates based on their rate of glycemic response (i.e. their conversion to glucose within the human body). Glycemic Index uses a scale of 0 to 100, with higher values given to foods that cause the most rapid rise in blood sugar. Pure glucose serves as a reference point, and is given a Glycemic Index (GI) of 100.

For more detailed information regarding Liquid Power Multi-V® please click here.

Trademarks: Nutrilite Double X (Amway, Ada, Michigan); Centrum (Pfizer Inc., New York, N.Y.); GNC and Solotron (General Nutrition Centers, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa.).

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