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Complement Plus with B12 + Vitamin D + EPA/DHA


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More info about this supplement made by vegans for vegans:

There are a few supplements I recommend everyone take whether you’re on a plant-based diet or not.

B12 + Vitamin D + Micro Algae EPA/DHA

Complement Plus, has all 3 of these essentials plus a few that you may be low in (Iodine, Selenium, Zinc, K2 and Magnesium)

I’m all in with everything Complement stands for.

It’s produced by Dr. Joel Kahn + dietician Dr. Pamela Fergusson.

For vegans, by vegans! Plus, it comes in a glass jar, and their whole food protein powder comes in a biodegradable bag.

“Attaining adequate sources of B12, D3, and DHA/EPA is critical to ensuring your plant-based diet is protecting your health for the long run. I’m excited that Complement finally provides a way to get all three of these essential nutrients that’s as easy as a few sprays on your favourite vegan dish!”
 ~ Dr. Joel Kahn, MD – Preventative Cardiologist, Professor of Medicine, and Best-Selling Author
Where does it come from?
It’s naturally found in micro-organisms in soil, which is eaten by animals (aka the middle man), then consumed by humans in meat. But, the soil is becoming more depleted than ever, so now 90% of the B12 in the world is used in animal feed to fortify animals with this nutrient before humans eat them. You can also get it from fortified plant milks and cereals, or nutritional yeast. So, rather than eating the animal to get this nutrient, you can load up on the fortified plant foods, or easily take a supplement to ensure you’re supply is good! This goes for non-vegans as well.
Why do we need it? 
B12 keeps our body’s nerves and blood cells healthy. It helps make DNA, too! If you’re deficient in B12 you could experience tingly hands and feet, constipation, depression, poor memory, soreness of the mouth or tongue, or megaloblastic anemia.
Vitamin D3:
Where does it come from? 

You can get D from the sunshine! You need 10-15 minutes a day without sunscreen, with uncovered legs and arms. This isn’t always easy, especially if you live in a place with seasons. You can also get it from fatty fish (along with the toxins, mercury and other icky stuff found in fish fat), and egg yolks (along with the saturated fat and the action of supporting the industry that kills all male chicks and creates a horrible life for trillions of hens…). Plant sources are tofu, fortified plant milk, and mushrooms (especially if they were sitting in the sunshine before you ate them). You would have to eat a lot of these things daily to make sure you’re getting enough
Why do we need it? 
Vitamin D is vital when it comes to calcium absorption (aka, bone health). If you’re D deficient you could be more suseptable to depression, fatigue, muscle pain, hair loss and bone loss.


MicroAlgae EPA/DHA omega 3 fatty acids:
Where does it come from?

Our bodies can turn ALA omega 3 fatty acid (from ground up chia seeds or flax seeds) into EPA/DHA fatty acids, but we’re not very efficiently at doing this. EPA/DHA can be found in the the fat of fish because they eat micro algae (but because fish store everything in their fat, getting it this was also gives you mercury, contaminants and toxins from the ocean). The best source of this nutrient is getting it directly from micro algae (skip the middle man again, this time in the form of a fish). And the purest form is the micro algae grown in a lab to ensure it’s not contaminated (like the spray I’m now in love with below…)

Why do we need it?
Omega 3 fatty acids are essential when it comes to cardiovascular and heart health! They also play a huge role in preventing memory loss, depression, plus they help with eye health, bone health and inflammation.

These are 3 nutrients that our body needs a little help with. Whether you’re 100% vegan or not, it’s SUPER important that your body has optimal levels of these 3 nutrients for you to thrive.


5 Best Vegan Multivitamins (+How to Audit Yours at Home)

Don't take garbage: find the best vegan multivitamins (plus a multivitamin audit!) - Serving Realness
Vegans Beware: Most Vegan Multivitamins Are Garbage (+5 That Don’t Suck) - Serving Realness

I have some bad news: more than half of the multivitamins on the shelf are garbage. Worst of all? Vegan multivitamins aren’t any different: in fact, they’re sometimes worse.

Now, for those who don’t know: I actually worked for years as a trained vitamin clerk. All as a vegan, no less!

As a result, I’d say I perused the vitamin aisles just a bit more than the average consumer.

What I found scared the hell out of me:

  • Vitamins bound to cyanide,
  • Synthetic vitamins galore, and
  • Fake “whole food” supplements

We have good reason to be careful in those supplement aisles!

Everything Included in this Guide to Vegan Multivitamins

It’s Time to Audit Your Vegan Multivitamin

Whole earth and sea multivitamin, one of my few vegan multi suggestions!

With all these shady ingredients for sale, how can we be sure our box at home is quality?

First I want you to ignore everything the package says.

I don’t care if it says “with vegetables and herbs”, I especially don’t care if it says “100% natural”.


There’s a good chance the company is twisting this information (more on that later).

What should you inspect instead?

Turn the box around and check the white “Supplement Facts” label; this is where it gets juicy.

Now, simply scan down the list of vitamins, taking note of their forms.

Some Good Vitamin Forms You Want to See:

  • Natural Vitamin A as Beta Carotene
  • Vitamin D as D3 (from Lichen)
  • Natural Vitamin E as d-alpha tocopheryl
  • Vitamin K as K2 (even better as MK-7)
  • Folic acid as the natural, food-form Folate
  • Vitamin B12 as methylcobalamin

If the majority (or all) of these match your vegan multivitamin:chances are it’s a high-quality formula!

These vitamins are some of the most absorbable, and most natural forms available.

Unfortunately, quality comes at a cost and most companies are just not willing to pay for it. This leaves us with shady marketing, synthetic vitamins, and health-compromising ingredients.

Some Scary Vitamin Forms to Avoid:

  • Vitamin A as synthetic Retinyl Palmitate(which is a known to cause cellular level changes)
  • Vitamin D as the less bio-available D2 (the cheapest vegan form of Vitamin D)
    • (or even worse D3 from fish oil or sheep’s wool)
  • Synthetic Vitamin E as dl-alpha tocopheryl(which has been shown to cause cancer)
  • Vitamin K as the less bio-available and cheaper K1
  • Synthetic Folic Acid
    • (rather than the preferred, natural form: Folate)
  • Vitamin B12 as the cheaper Cyanocobalamin
    • (B12 bound to a cyanide molecule. Yes, cyanide the poison)

Spoons of herbs representing what's in a good vegan multivitamin

Why Go with Vegan Multivitamins at All?

Now, it may sound like I’m just ragging on vegan multivitamins…

When, in fact, I’m bringing light to shady practices common throughout the industry.

That being said, do you want a vegan multivitamin at all?

Would a non-vegan multivitamin be better?

Not so fast, cowboy.

Most traditional multivitamins are loaded with health-compromising animal products.

Even worse?

These animal products tend to be saturated with dangerous contaminants, particularly fish oil.

In fact, as Veterinary Practice News puts it; plant-based sources are better anyways.

Earth-friendly and renewable microalgae provide EPA and DHA without the risk of mercury, dioxin, PCBs and radiation. As the original sources of marine omega-3s, microalgae also satisfy the need for vegetarian alternatives to fish oils. No fish flavor, no fish breath and no fish flatulence.Dr. Robinson, DVM, DO, Dipl. ABMA, FAAMA

Do yourself a favor and research the products you’re buying.

Holding a vegan multivitamin

More Lies the Supplement Industry Has Told You

Now that we’ve got those details ironed out… What else have supplement companies been dishonest about to make a sale?

Unsurprisingly; a whole ton of buzz-words.

The main offender?

Food-based multivitamins.

But, First: The Three Main Multivitamin Categories/Types

Now, before we go any further… Let’s break the multivitamins into three easy to discern categories.

We have:

  • Basic,
  • Fermented, and finally
  • True Whole Food multivitamins

Basic Multivitamins

These are the cheap, run of the mill multivitamins you’re used to. Flinstones, Centrum, Alive!, the list goes on and on.

How can you tell it’s a basic multivitamin?

  • Generally the cheapest options,
  • Typically containing 100% synthetic forms of vitamins,
  • You found it at a drug store (and not in the natural section)

Fermented / Yeast Culture Multivitamins

These multivitamins were the first “whole food” vitamins to hit the market.

The problem?

These multis are not even close to being a “whole food”.

These are brands using misleading phrasing to keep consumers confused.

How can you tell it’s a fermented / yeast culture multivitamin?

  • You’ll see words like:
    • “Whole Food Fermented Multivitamin”,
    • “from ferment media”, and
    • “from culture of S. cerevisiae”

Garlic, basil, and kale on marble representing whole foods vegan multivitamins

My Problem with Fake “Whole Food” Vegan Multivitamins

Save for my few “good” examples below, food-based multivitamins aren’t what you think.

  • Start with USP synthetic, lab-created vitamins. (Typically the same synthetic vitamins developed in the early 1940s)
  • These companies then take these synthetic vitamins and feed them to yeast... Usually Saccharomyces Cerevisiae(brewer’s yeast).
  • Finally, they dry and press this synthetic-vitamin-yeast into a tablet… All to be sold as a “food-based” multivitamin.

Would you consider this food-based?

I, for one, absolutely do not.

They’re using the term “base” to refer to the foundation upon which the synthetic vitamins lay.

This is like calling a beef-burger plant-based because it’s put on top of lettuce and bread.

This isn’t food.

This is a company assuming our bodies recognize a franken-yeast as food and can absorb it as such.

This is asinine and blatant false advertising. Worst of all, these companies are aware of what they’re doing and continue to deceive the public.

True Whole Food Multivitamins

The last category is the newest, and arguably the most exciting category.

These are the vitamins truly made from whole foods.

In fact, the only thing not 100% from food is the methylcobalamin B12 which is still cultivated from yeast.

We’re talking things like:

  • Vitamin E from Sunflower Seed Oil,
  • Vitamin K from Natto Bean,
  • Calcium from Algae,
  • etc.!

To me, this is the ultimate category of vegan multivitaminsThis is how you truly harness the power of plants!

How can you tell it’s a true whole food multivitamin?

  • You’ll see things like:
    • “from Organic Food Blend”, or even better
    • “from ____________” (insert food item)

5 of the Best, Clean Vegan Multivitamins

Finally ready for some good news?

There are a handful of decent (even great) vegan multivitamins… Across a whole range of prices!

Here’s the list of my favorite vegan multivitamin brands:

Deva Nutrition Vegan Vitamins Daily Multivitamin

This guy was actually my very first vegan multivitamin… Wow, how things have changed!

In short, this is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to vegan multivitamins… Not much going for it, but not enough negatives to keep it off the list.

How would I review DEVA “Vegan Multivitamin”?


  • Cheap
  • Natural form of Vitamin E


  • Not much else going for it
  • Vitamin D as the less-absorbable (and cheaper) D2
  • B12 in cyanocobalamin form

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VegLife Vegan One Multivitamin

This guy is a decent multivitamin for vegans, especially when considering the price.

How would I review VegLife “Vegan One Multiple”?


  • Natural Vitmains A, E, and Folate
  • Low cost


  • B12 in cyanocobalamin form
  • Vitamin D as the less absorbable D2

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

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Rainbow Light Just Once Multivitamin

How would I review Rainbow Light “Just Once Food-Based Multivitamin”?


  • Natural forms of Vitamins A + E


  • Folic Acid instead of food-based Folate
  • B12 as Cyanocobalamin rather than Methylcobalamin
  • Vitamin D as the less absorbable D2
  • Vitamins are not food-sourced as is alluded to on the packaging. Instead, this is a yeast-cultivated formulation.

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • “Fermented / Yeast Culture”

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Garden of Life myKind Multivitamin

How would I review Garden of Life “mykind Organics”?


  • 100% food-based
  • Certified Vegan
  • Methylcobalamin B12
  • Folate form of Folic Acid


  • High price
  • No indications of which foods are supplying the vitamins… Each vitamin simply says “from Organic Food Blend”
    • (Not a huge deal, but it’s kinda lame…)

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • True Whole Food”

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Natural Factors Whole Earth & Sea Multivitamin

How would I review Whole Earth & Sea “Pure Food” Multivitamin?


  • Natural/Food forms of everything!
  • A cheaper option than Garden of Life, without sacrificing quality
  • Lists each and every food that each vitamin comes from! We love the total transparency


  • The only negative I can think of is the fact that I don’t have an endless supply… Someday!

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • True Whole Food”

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Bonus: Best Vegan Multivitamins for Kids!

Thanks to a kind reader (hey, Anna!), I’ve discovered the some of the vegan kids’ multivitamins have become hard to find.

Not good!

Luckily, I’ve found an amazing new brand that fits our criteria perfectly… and one product I didn’t know existed!

Vegan Kids Multivitamin Gummies by MaryRuth’s

How would I review MaryRuth’s Vegan Kids Multivitamin?


  • Vegan Vitamin D3 from Lichen (food)
  • The better form of Vitamin E (not food-based)
  • Folate form of Folic Acid
  • B12 as Methylcobalamin
  • Ages 2 & over can take 2 gummies per day (or as recommended by a physician or healthcare professional.)


  • No indication of which form of Vitamin A

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

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Garden of Life – mykind Organics Kids Gummy Vitamins

How would I review Garden of Life mykind Organics Kids Gummy Vitamins?

Just like the adult counterpart, this is a true whole food vegan multivitamin… For kids!


  • 100% food-based
  • Certified Vegan
  • Methylcobalamin B12
  • Folate form of Folic Acid
  • Children 4 years and older thoroughly chew 4 gummies daily with food under adult supervision.


Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • Kids/Gummy
  • True Whole Food”

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Vegan Multivitamins to Avoid

“RAW” Vitamin Code Multivitamins from Garden of Life

Before Garden of Life released the “mykind” multivitamin line, this was their star.

Unfortunately, nothing about this product is truly food-based. Every vitamin found within comes from the yeast-cultivation process.

Let’s call this what it is: synthetic vitamins fed to yeast.“RAW Food-Created Nutrients™”? Notice the “™”? That’s because they can’t legally say this was ever actually food.

How would I review Garden of Life “RAW Vitamin Code”?


  • Can’t think of any reason you’d want these


  • Synthetic
  • Dishonest
  • Misleading
  • Absolutely no sign of which form these vitamins are in (Methylcobalamin? Cyanocobalamin? We’ll never know..)

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • “Basic”, and in my opinion misleading

Hippo7 Vegan Multivitamin

hippo7 vegan multivitamin

Now, if you’re on Instagram: chances are you’ve seen this product promoted.

Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of good things to say about this one..

How would I review “Hippo7 vegan complete“?


  • Includes Omega-3 Fatty Acids as both DHA/EPA
  • Vitamin D is the superior D3 from Lichen
  • Vitamin B12 is methylcobalamin form
  • Iodine from Kelp
  • Calcium, Iron, and Zinc included


  • Unfortunately, what I listed above is everythingincluded in this formula.
  • Sure, this is a multivitamin in the very literal sense of having “multiple vitamins”
  • In short, this mess isn’t even close to being a complete multivitamin.
  • If you’re going to have to supplement a supplement: what’s the point!?
  • Vitamins work synergistically and systematically together. Some of the B vitamins, for example, require each other for absorption.
  • What’s the point!?

Vegan Multivitamin Category:

  • “An incomplete, not-even-gonna-call-it-a-multi

Wondering Where to Buy the Best Vegan Multivitamins?

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Complement Plus Smart Vegan Capsules

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Soil bacteria produce Vitamin B12 — which is essential for humans in order to protect neural health and reduce inflammation. But modern agriculture and other human behaviors decimate these bacterial colonies that produce B12.

Benefits: Supports red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis, and for avoiding pernicious anemia.

The Smart Part: Complement Plus™ contains 300mcg of B12 per daily serving, combining methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin, the easiest forms for the body to absorb and use.


We love nature and spending time outdoors. But we also wear clothing, and most of us work inside during daylight hours. That means our natural ability to soak up the sun’s rays is limited, and as a result, many of us — regardless of dietary pattern — might be deficient in Vitamin D

Benefits: Protects from a host of chronic diseases, from osteoporosis to heart disease, some cancers, and even multiple sclerosis.

The Smart Part: While many vegan multivitamins contain the less effective D2 form, Complement Plus™ provides 2,000 IU of the only truly vegan D3 available (Vitashine, sourced from lichen) per daily serving.

DHA/EPA Omega-3s

Vegan food sources of Omega-3s like flax and chia seeds don’t provide two essential types — namely DHA and EPA. Seeds provide ALA Omega-3’s, and are an amazing addition to your plate, but most people do not convert ALA into DHA and EPA.

Benefits: Everything from brain health and regulating your cholesterol, to powering your nervous system and increasing your energy levels

The Smart Part: Complement Plus™ includes 300 mg of DHA and 150mg of EPA per daily serving, sustainably sourced from algae grown under controlled conditions and tested for purity.


K2 isn’t available in plant-based foods except for natto, a Japanese fermented soy product (and it’s not in tempeh), so those eating Western diets need to supplement in order to get it.

Benefits: Helps with blood clotting, reduces the risk of heart disease, prostate cancer and osteoporosis.

The Smart Part: Vitamin K2 is the natural partner to Vitamin D3, acting as a regulator for increased calcium uptake and promoting good bone health. Complement Plus™ includes 50mcg of Vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7 (the natural and most absorbable form of K2) per daily serving, sourced from bacteria.


Worldwide, iodine deficiency affects two billion people and is the leading preventable cause of intellectual and developmental disabilities. In plant foods, iodine is found inconsistently and depends on the iodine content of the soil. It’s possible to get enough iodine if you regularly eat seaweed (multiple times a week), or use iodized salt, but this is one essential nutrient that shouldn’t be overlooked whether you’re vegan or not.

Benefits: Supports healthy thyroid function, which regulates the metabolism.

The Smart Part: Complement Plus™ includes 150mcg of Iodine per daily serving, sustainably sourced from kelp.


Soil depletion is a major cause of Magnesium deficiency in the overall population, and affects vegans as well as non-vegans.

Benefits: Affects your mood, weight, sleep health, regularity, heart beat, energy, metabolism, how you feel through the day physically, and can even affect PMS and depression.

The Smart Part: Magnesium works to increase the efficiency of Iodine and helps regulate the thyroid function. Complement Plus™ includes 200 mg of Magnesium per daily serving, in the form of magnesium citrate, the form that’s easiest absorbed by the body and without the potential laxative side effects of other forms.


Our depleted soil may mean that plant foods, in general, do not contain enough Selenium (and that’s even true for some Brazil nuts).

Benefits: Helps protect from neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, mood changes, cardiovascular disease and cancer, as well as reproductive problems in men and women.

The Smart Part: Similar to Magnesium, Selenium works in tandem with Iodine to promote healthy thyroid function and metabolism, as well as the removal of heavy metals from the body. Complement Plus™ includes 50mcg of Selenium per daily serving, in the naturally occurring, plant-sourced form of L-selenomethionine.


Legumes and seeds are the best natural sources on a plant-based diets, but vegans who avoid those food groups, as well as those who are worried about its bioavailability can benefit from the addition of Zinc with Complement Plus™.

Benefits: Assists with carbohydrate metabolism, efficient production of testosterone to prevent estrogen dominance, helps enhance the skin and nails, your sense of smell, healthy growth, healthy eyesight, wound healing, and a well-functioning immune system.

The Smart Part: Complement Plus™ includes 8mg of Zinc per daily serving, as zinc picolinate, the form easiest for the body to absorb and utilize.

The Ultimate Support on a Plant Diet: Complement Plus
Vegan Multivitamins

When you eat a vegan diet, it can be difficult to find a decent multivitamin. After all, it’s not uncommon to find animal products in vitamin and mineral supplements. This might include ingredients like gelatin, magnesium stearate (from pork), caprylic acid (from cow, sheep, or goat’s milk), and carmine (from beetles) — just to name a few.

That’s why we’ve rounded up 10 of the best vegan multivitamins, according to ratings, reviews, and diversity of plant ingredients. Plus, many of these multivitamins are gluten-free and soy-free, so they’re ideal for a wide range of dietary restrictions.

1. Future Kind Essential Vegan Multivitamin

Future Kind Essential Vegan Multivitamin

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Future Kind is a relatively new product that claims to be the world’s first essential vegan multivitamin specifically made for vegan and plant-based diets. And we think they’re onto something.

While the standard American diet (SAD) is typically lacking in key nutrients like vitamin C, E, potassium, and magnesium, most vegans and vegetarians don’t have those deficiencies (because plants!). Plant-based diets tend to be lower in vitamin B12, D, and Omega-3, so that’s what Future Kind offers in their Essential Vegan Multivitamin—nothing more, nothing less.

Fans of this vitamin report less fatigue, improved mood, and enhanced concentration. All that combined with a great citrus scent makes this an excellent choice for your daily multivitamin regimen. Enter promo code “BEKIND10” to receive 10% off of your first order.

2. Ritual Essential for Women

Ritual Essential for Woman

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When Ritual founder Kat Schneider was pregnant and couldn’t find a vitamin brand she trusted, she decided to build her own. The result is a no-nonsense, science-backed multivitamin for women that contains the nutrients you need, in bioavailable forms your body can use.

Customers love that the capsules are easy to swallow, easy on the stomach, and taste and smell like mint. Ritual offers a full range of specially formulated options for kids, prenatal, postnatal, 50+, and men. All are available as a convenient subscription service with free delivery that you can cancel at any time.

3. Hippo7 Vegan Complete

Hippo7 Vegan Complete Multivitamin

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Hippo7’s Vegan Complete is specifically formulated to enhance plant-based diets. In fact, the company’s name is a nod to the the hippopotamus, those large, lovely herbivores that grow to tremendous size on a completely plant-based diet.

The Vegan Complete offers seven essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are often missing in plant-based meals, including Iodine, Iron, Zinc, Calcium, Vitamin D, the methylcobalamin form of B12, and omega-3s (DHA+EPA) derived from algae. And for additional peace of mind, the company offers a 30-day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee.

4. MaryRuth’s Liquid Morning Multivitamin

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Do you want to avoid swallowing pills altogether? MaryRuth’s produces a popular plant-based vegan liquid multivitamin that lets you fuel up on essential nutrients with convenience and ease. In addition to the raspberry, MaryRuth’s also offers flavors like Fruit Punch and Elderberry, as well as gummies, sprays, and children’s vitamins.

The product has received extremely high praise from customers who have experienced marked improvements in the appearance of skin, hair, and nails, not to mention boosted mood and energy.

5. Supplements Studio Whole Food Multivitamin Plus

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The Supplements Studio Whole Food Multivitamin Plus is another great vegan multivitamin option that contains more than just vitamins. Providing complete multi-system support, this GMP certified supplement contains a 3-strain probiotic, CoQ10, Omega-3, Omega-6, and Turmeric, in addition to 25 vitamins and minerals derived from organic fruit and vegetable blends.

Customers report measurably improved blood work, mental clarity, and energy.

6. Deva Vegan Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement

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If you’re looking for a great all-around, budget-friendly multivitamin that happens to be vegan, you’ll be happy with Deva’s popular once-daily multivitamin & mineral supplement. It provides 100% of the recommended daily amount of the antioxidant vitamins C and E, as well as vitamin D and most of the B-complex vitamins. It’s enriched with green whole foods, vegetable powders, and an herbal blend.

For folks who have trouble swallowing pills, Deva also offers a tiny tablet version. Not only are they easier to swallow, but small tablets are also more travel-friendly, as they can comfortably fit in pill cases.

7. Abundant Earth Whole Food Elite Multivitamin

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If you’re searching for a multi-tasking vegan supplement, look no further than Abundant Earth’s Whole Food Multivitamin. In addition to essential vitamins and minerals, it also includes digestive enzymes and three strains of probiotics to support healthy digestion. It even has a mushroom blend!

And as an added bonus for vegans, this is one of the only multivitamins we found that contains the methylcobalamin form of B12, which is known for superior bioavailability. 

8. Country Life Max for Vegans

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Established in 1971, Country Life is a reputable brand that many vegans have relied up for years to ensure you’re filling any gaps in terms of nutrition. This multivitamin and mineral complex includes B12 (as well as the coenzyme B vitamins), Iron, and amino acids.

Trusted as this multi is, we do have to point out that the pills have a pretty strong smell and the cap is difficult to open. Still, it’s a solid choice with a single formulation for men and women—one less bottle to take up space.

9. NATURELO Whole Food Multivitamin for Women

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NATURELO’s whole food vitamin features a powerful combination of vitamins, minerals, and organic fruit and veggie blends. It also has a digestive enzyme & probiotic blend, and features whole food plant based antioxidants. Reviewers consistently report increased energy and improved sense of well being after using this product.

NATURELO also offers specific formulations for women, men, and women over 50, as well as whole-food gummies for adults, so check out their other products if this one doesn’t quite hit the mark.

10. Revly Vegan Hair, Skin, & Nails Complex

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For a potent blend of nutrients designed to support women’s health, check out Revly’s women’s multivitamin. It offers a diverse blend of vitamins, minerals, and herbs like maca root, astragalus, ginger, and turmeric.

“They don’t have that horrible vitamin smell, and they make you feel great,” says one Amazon customer.

While these are some of the best vegan multivitamins on the market, don’t forget that the best supplement is one that works for you. Remember, everyone’s body is different, and we all have different requirements and needs.

We hope this list helps you find your new favorite vegan multivitamin!


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