Created with intention. Made for the veganish.

The ingredients in our products come with the approval of nutritionists, doctors, and scientific experts.

Our research-backed formula of 8 nutrients is based on hundreds of clinical studies, expert recommendations and our desire to make a simplified multivitamin that’s tailored to the vegan lifestyle.

  • B12 Methylcobalamin. Methylcobalamin is the most bioavailable form of Vitamin B12.

    Vitamin B12

    What it is

    Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin necessary for healthy nerve tissue, brain function, and red blood cell production. It helps boost your energy so can check off your to-do list all day long.

    Benefits

    ENERGY, BRAIN FUNCTION, NERVOUS SYSTEM

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Omnivores can get adequate vitamin B12 through animal products. However, B12 is not available in any plant-based sources. It is only available in fortified foods like nutritional yeast. B12 deficiency is especially prevalent among vegan and vegetarian populations for this reason.*

    Why this form

    Methylcobalamin is the most bioavailable form of Vitamin B12, i.e. it is the most readily absorbed by your body.

    Form

    Methylcobalamin

    Dosage

    150 mcg

    References

    Craig WJ., Health effects of vegan diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2009.

  • Algal DHA Oil and Cranberry Seed Oil. Algal oil is high in DHA and made by fermenting micro-algae. Cranberry Seed Oil has the ideal 1:1 ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 and is high in ALA.

    Omega-3

    What it is

    Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fats. They keep your brain feeling good, your immune system functioning, and make your heart happy.

    Benefits

    BRAIN FUNCTION, HEART HEALTH, IMMUNE SYSTEM

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish: There are three forms of Omega-3: ALA, EPA and DHA. While ALA is found in many plant-based foods, DHA and EPA varieties of Omega-3 are predominantly found in seafood and fish oils.*

    Why this form

    Algal oil is high in DHA and made by fermenting micro-algae. Cranberry Seed Oil has the ideal 1:1 ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 and is high in ALA.

    Form

    Algal DHA Oil and Cranberry Seed Oil

    Dosage

    900 mg

    References

    Craddock JC, Neale EP, Probst YC, Poples, JE., Algal supplementation of vegetarian eating patterns improves plasma and serum docosahexaenoic acid concentrations and omega‐3 indices: a systematic literature review. Journal of human nutrition and dietetics, 2017

  • Potassium Iodide from Sea Kelp. Sea kelp is naturally rich in iodine.

    Iodine

    What it is

    Iodine is a mineral that’s essential for making thyroid hormones and supporting the overall health of your metabolism. It helps break down food into nutrients your body craves so you can feel good and strong, all day long.

    Benefits

    THYROID FUNCTION, IMMUNE SUPPORT, ENERGY

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Iodine deficiency is common among vegans and vegetarians due to the lower iodine content in plant-based foods compared to animal products.*

    Why this form

    Sea kelp is naturally rich in iodine.

    Form

    Potassium Iodide from Sea Kelp

    Dosage

    60 mcg

    References

    Leung AM, LaMar A, He X, Braverman LE, Pearce EN. Iodine status and thyroid function of Boston-area vegetarians and vegans. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2011

  • Iron Bisglycinate. Bisglycinate is a unique form of chelated iron that is formulated for enhanced absorption.

    Iron

    What it is

    Iron is a mineral that carries oxygen in the hemoglobin of red blood cells throughout the body, so cells can produce energy. Energy you need to rule the world.

    Benefits

    BRAIN FUNCTION, MUSCLE FUNCTION, IMMUNE SUPPORT

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    There are two forms of dietary iron: heme iron, which is found in meat, and non-heme iron, which is found in plant-based foods. Vegans and vegetarians rely on non-heme iron, which is not as easily metabolized as heme iron. It is for this reason that many individuals in this community can become iron-deficient, despite the fact that they may actually consume adequate non-heme iron in their diets.*

    Why this form

    Many iron supplements cause gastrointestinal irritation and constipating effects. Bisglycinate is a unique form of chelated iron that is formulated for enhanced absorption while being gentle on your system.

    Form

    Iron Bisglycinate

    Dosage

    14 mg

    References

    Haider LM, Schwingschackl L, Hoffman G, Ekmekcioglu C., The effect of vegetarian diets on iron status in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Critical Review Food Science and Nutrition, 2018

  • Zinc Citrate. Citrate is the most easily absorbed form.

    Zinc

    What it is

    Zinc is a nutrient that helps your immune system and metabolism function. It helps keep sickness at bay and makes your health a top priority.

    Benefits

    IMMUNE SUPPORT, METABOLISM FUNCTION

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Animal products such as meat, fish and poultry are the major contributors of zinc for omnivores. Additionally the compounds known as phytates, present in most veganish staples such as whole grain breads and legumes, bind to zinc and reduce its absorption in the body. Because of this, studies have shown that vegans and vegetarians can sometimes require as much as 50% more zinc in order to get the recommended daily intake.*

    Why this form

    Citrate is the most easily absorbed form.

    Form

    Zinc Citrate

    Dosage

    12 mg

    References

    Freeland-Graves JH, Bodzy PW, Eppright MA., Zinc status of vegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 1980

  • Vitamin D3. Vitamin D2 potency is less than one third that of vitamin D3. Our D3 is made with an all natural, plant-based source.

    Vitamin D3

    What it is

    Known as the “sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D can help you build and maintain strong bones, while also supporting the health of the immune system, brain, and nervous system. As the name suggests, the main-source of vitamin D comes from the sun’s UV radiation, which we conscious folks, normally block with sunscreen.

    Benefits

    BONE HEALTH, IMMUNE SUPPORT

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Most of the best foods for vitamin D happen to be animal products, primarily fish. Unless you’re spending time soaking up the sun everyday, it can be challenging to hit your daily requirements as a vegan or vegetarian.*

    Why this form

    Vitamin D2 potency is less than one third that of vitamin D3. Our D3 is made with an all natural, plant-based source.

    Form

    Cholecalciferol from Algae

    Dosage

    2000 IU

    References

    Elorinne A-L, Alfthan G, Erlund I, Kivimäki H, Paju A, et al. Food and nutrient intake and nutritional status of Finnish vegans and non-vegetarians. PloS One, 2016

  • Vitamin K2 MK-7. The form of pure non-soy MK-7 that we use is the preferred form of vitamin K2 because it lasts longer in the body.

    Vitamin K2

    What it is

    Vitamin K2 helps carry calcium and minerals into bones and teeth, so you can smile nice in selfies.

    Benefits

    BONE HEALTH

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Like calcium, the foods that are most rich in vitamin K2 are animal products so plant-based people can have a challenging time getting the amount they need.*

    Why this form

    The form of pure non-soy MK-7 that we use is the preferred form of vitamin K2 because it lasts longer in the body. It’s made from fermenting a staple plant-based food - chickpeas.

    Form

    MK-7

    Dosage

    65 mcg

    References

    Theuwissen E, Magdeleyns EJ, Braam LA, Teunissen KJ, Knapen MH, et al. Vitamin K status in healthy volunteers. Food & Function, 2014

  • Magnesium Glycinate. One of the most easily absorbed forms of Magnesium.

    Magnesium

    What it is

    Magnesium is a mineral that's crucial to the body's function. It helps keep blood pressure normal, bones strong, and the heart’s rhythm steady, so you bust a move, whenever, wherever.

    Benefits

    HEART HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, BONE HEALTH

    Why this nutrient is important for the veganish

    Plant-based diets are less likely to result in a magnesium deficiency because of its prevalence in plant-based foods, however overall, many people don’t get enough of this nutrient. Magnesium deficiency can cause fatigue, insomnia and muscle weakness so it’s prudent to take a low-dose supplement to ensure you’re reaching the recommended daily intake.*

    Why this form

    Glycinate is one of the most easily absorbed forms of Magnesium.

    Form

    Magnesium Glycinate

    Dosage

    40 mg

    References

    Tucker KL., Vegetarian diets and bone status. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2014

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