Ingredients & Warnings

Each bottle of Total Health MultiVitamin contains 60 capsules providing a 30-day supply following the suggested serving size and regimen.

Suggested Use:

Take 2 capsules daily with breakfast or lunch, or as directed by a trusted healthcare provider.

Ingredients:

Olivamine® 250 mg [Olive Leaf Extract, Glycine, Taurine, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), L-Proline, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Vitamin B3 (niacinamide), Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl)

Plus:

Vitamin A (beta carotene)

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Vitamin D (cholecalciferol)

Vitamin E (mixed tocopherols / tocotrienols)

Vitamin K1/K2 (phytonadione / menaquinone)

Vitamin B1 (thiamin)

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

Vitamin B3 (niacinamide)

Vitamin B6 / P5P (pyridoxine HCl and pyridoxal-5-phosphate)

Folate (5-MTHF)

Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)

Biotin

Pantothenic acid (d-calcium pantothenate)

Iodine (potassium iodide)

Potassium (potassium iodide)

Zinc (amino acid chelate)

Selenium (selenomethionine)

Copper (amino acid chelate)

Manganese (amino acid chelate)

Chromium (amino acid chelate)

Molybdenum (amino acid chelate)

Boron (boron citrate)

Vanadium (vanadium sulfate)

Acetyl Carnitine

Coenzyme Q10

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Lycopene

Lutein

Zeaxanthin

Kale

Spinach

Maitake Mushroom

Beet

Grape Skin Extract

Lemon

Garlic

Parsley

 

Other Ingredients: Gelatin capsule (colored with FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Blue No. 1, and titanium dioxide), magnesium stearate

Warnings:

If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking other medications, consult your healthcare provider before using this product.  As is the case with all supplements, some individuals may not tolerate or may be allergic to the ingredients used.  Please read the ingredient panel carefully prior to ingestion.

Disclaimer:

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

About Olivamine®

The Precise Olivamine® Compound Blend is Scientifically Superior

The scientific community recognizes the tremendous health benefits of hydroxytyrosol, and the ever-increasing amounts of peer review literature on the subject makes this clear. This single ingredient makes the Olivamine® brand extraordinary. However, hydroxytyrosol in combination with the other Olivamine® compounds is scientifically superior.

Extensive and ongoing primary research, being conducted at the McCord Research Center located at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has demonstrated the superiority of the precise combination of compounds found in Olivamine®.

Researchers discovered that healing times in diabetic and nondiabetic models were substantially reduced following Olivamine® treatment. This is critical because improved repair helps ensure that a patient’s exposure to harmful infections and toxins is potentially reduced.

The Olivamine® supplement product line is not dependent upon secondary research. While others are doing excellent work, our research team is dedicated to discovering the benefits of the precise blend of compounds that allow our products to heal when nothing else works. There is a reason and it is scientific superiority.

Hydroxytyrosol Continues to Capture the Imagination of Scientists Around the World

As scientists develop more accurate experimental methods and improved technology to study cells at the molecular level using increasingly powerful microscopes, better gene analysis tools and faster ways to manipulate DNA and proteins, the ingredients in Olivamine® including hydroxytyrosol continue to reveal new exciting, cellular protection and repair activities. Moreover, vital clinical studies continue to demonstrate the remarkably positive effects Olivamine® has on cell health and repair.

Scientists can now observe hydroxytyrosol entering cells and interacting with important proteins that influence DNA expression, immune responses and cellular longevity. Not only can scientists study the effects of hydroxytyrosol on organelles like mitochondria, scientists are able to study the effects of hydroxytyrosol on so many cellular processes including endoplasmic reticulum stress. Changes in protein folding and DNA-protein interactions can now be examined.

The amazing ability of olive molecules, including hydroxytyrosol, to influence their molecular and cellular surroundings has captured the attention and imagination of scientist for many years, and is still proving to be extremely interesting and challenging. Teams of scientists are working hard to discover the many secrets still left to be revealed. The incredible ability of Olivamine® to improve the health of cells has stood the test of time and continues to promote exciting scientific and clinical breakthroughs.

Hydroxytyrosol Helps Regulate DNA Expression on the Epigenetic Level

The Olivamine® supplement product line was created over ten years ago, but the amazing science behind Olivamine® and the healing power of olives has held up against cutting-edge scientific scrutiny, and the knowledge gained from new discoveries related to Olivamine® has continued to expand at an ever-increasing rate.

One of the main components of olives is the molecule, hydroxytyrosol, a potent antioxidant that has been shown through scientific research to activate an array of beneficial genes and oxidative defense enzymes, as well as increase the lifespan of cells. Hydroxytyrosol helps protect the powerhouses of cells, known as mitochondria that are intimately involved in energy metabolism and aging. Hydroxytyrosol and a companion olive antioxidant decrease inflammation and increase endothelial cell viability and repair.

In the past few years, scientists have been able to determine thousands of genes that are positively affected by hydroxytyrosol. Not only does hydroxytyrosol influence the expression of so many important cellular proteins, hydroxytyrosol can help regulate DNA expression on the epigenetic level. Scientists are discovering more and more that epigenetics has major effects on cell development and growth, as well as repair.

Symptom Checker

MultiVitamin can benefit people that:

  • Don’t get enough fruits and vegetables in the diet
  • Are trying to live a healthier lifestyle
  • Want to promote optimal health
  • Experience frequent illnesses
  • Feel fatigued or drained of energy
  • Are taking medications that deplete or block absorption of nutrients
  • Have chronic medical conditions

From the Pharmacist

Kyle Hilsabeck, PharmD., CWCP, is the Vice President of Pharmaceutical Affairs at McCord Holdings and licensed by the Iowa Board of Pharmacy with certifications in immunization, pharmaceutical compounding, and a Certified Wound Care Professional (CWCP). He completed degrees in biology and biochemistry at Wartburg College before earning his Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy. Upon graduation, he completed a post-doctorate pharmacy practice residency through the University of Iowa. Dr. Hilsabeck worked in an advanced clinical practice retail pharmacy providing medication therapy management and precepting pharmacy students before joining the team at McCord Holdings. He has lectured for the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy on topics including dermatology therapeutics, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and nutritional supplements. Dr. Hilsabeck has a passion for improving patient care specifically with regards to the safety and quality of the products and health information people use.

Vitamin Selection: 5 Things to Look for in a MultiVitamin

Knowing how to select a quality vitamin supplement is important for your safety and efficacy, but difficult conflicting information, hundreds of products, and bad research can complicate the process. How do you find a MultiVitamin that meets your needs? Here’s advice from a nutrition-focused pharmacist. [Continue Reading]

7 Nutrients Commonly Depleted by Medications

Drug-induced nutrient depletion occurs when prescription medications deplete, block absorption, increase excretion, or increase utilization of nutrients resulting in nutrient deficiency. Most medications have potential to deplete nutrients contributing to side effects, poor tolerability, & sometimes discontinuation. [Continue Reading]

Vitamin Deficiency: Recognizing Signs and Symptoms

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can often present themselves with symptoms we ignore or assume are just normal parts of life. But things like fatigue, frequent illness, skin problems, changes in hair & fingernails, vision problems, tingling sensations, and dental issues can all be signs of serious dietary deficiency. [Continue Reading]

Vitamins, Antioxidants, and Eye Health

Age-related eye disease studies (AREDS) have shown specific nutrients can reduce risk of vision loss and blindness from conditions like age-related macular degeneration. Vitamin, mineral, and antioxidant supplementation may help people at risk of vision loss such as those with diabetes, high blood pressure, & heart disease. [Continue Reading]

From the Scientist

Nancy B. Ray is the Science Officer for McCord Research. Dr. Ray currently writes about science and health issues and gives presentations related to the science of Olivamine® created by the founder of McCord Research, Dr. D. Elizabeth McCord. Dr. Ray received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Biophysics from Oregon State University. She was a postdoctoral fellow at NIH, Harvard University and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the University of Iowa. As a fellow and research scientist she performed research in the areas of virology, immunology, and cancer. She also earned bachelor of science degrees in Chemistry and Microbiology at the University of Montana.

Medications Associated with Deficiencies in the Vital Micronutrient Zinc

Commonly prescribed drugs can lead to deficiencies in micronutrients including zinc. Zinc deficiencies play important roles in diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. Zinc deficiencies can result from taking medicines including antacids, diuretics and certain heart medications, and can occur in individuals with chronic diarrhea and liver problems. Olivamine® MultiVitamin can help remedy zinc deficiencies. [Continue Reading]

Folate Deficiency and Medications that Interfere with Folate Metabolism

Folate deficiency is linked with high homocysteine levels that have been associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease.  Low levels of folate are also found in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Certain drugs like methotrexate interfere with folate metabolism. Folate levels may also be low in people who take anti-epileptic drugs. Olivamine® MultiVitamin can help remedy folate deficiency. [Continue Reading]

Vitamins and Health

Vitamins are water-soluble or fat-soluble compounds that can be obtained by dietary intake or supplementation. Some are also synthesized in the human body including by intestinal bacteria, but they are typically synthesized in the body in insufficient quantities. Vitamins can act as cofactors for important enzymes and they are essential for normal growth, metabolism, and reproduction1,2. Many vitamins can be found in various foods, although it is difficult to eat the variety of meats, fruits, nuts, seeds, and vegetables required to get enough of the vitamins you need in your diet. Pinnaclife® MultiVitamin with Olivamine® can help provide the vitamins you need for your health. [Continue Reading]

Peer Review Articles

Addressing nutritional gaps with multivitamin and mineral supplements

Citation:

Ward E. Addressing nutritional gaps with multivitamin and mineral supplements. Nutr J. 2014;13(72):1-10. doi:10.1186/1475-2891-13-72. [Read Article]

Low micronutrient intake may accelerate the degenerative diseases of aging through allocation of scarce micronutrients by triage

Citation:

Ames BN. Low micronutrient intake may accelerate the degenerative diseases of aging through allocation of scarce micronutrients by triage. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006;103(47):17589-17594. doi:10.1073/pnas.0608757103. [Read Article]

Risk of Deficiency in Multiple Concurrent Micronutrients in Children and Adults in the United States

Citation:

Bird JK, Murphy RA, Ciappio ED, McBurney MI. Risk of Deficiency in Multiple Concurrent Micronutrients in Children and Adults in the United States. Nutrients. 2017;9(7). doi:10.3390/nu9070655. [Read Article]

The Malnutrition of Obesity: Micronutrient Deficiencies That Promote Diabetes

Citation:

Via M. The Malnutrition of Obesity: Micronutrient Deficiencies That Promote Diabetes. ISRN Endocrinol. 2012;2012:1-8. doi:10.5402/2012/103472. [Read Article]

Systematic review to support the development of nutrient reference intake values : challenges and solutions

Citation:

Chung M, Balk EM, Ip S, et al. Systematic review to support the development of nutrient reference intake values : challenges and solutions. Am J Clin Nutr. 2010;92:273-276. doi:10.3945/ajcn.2009.29092.1 [Read Article]

Examination of Vitamin Intakes among US Adults by Dietary Supplement Use

Citation:

Bailey RL, Fulgoni VL, Keast DR, Dwyer JT, Dwyer JT. Examination of vitamin intakes among US adults by dietary supplement use. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012;112(5):657-663.e4. doi:10.1016/j.jand.2012.01.026. [Read Article]

Dietary Supplement Use Differs by Socioeconomic and Health-Related Characteristics among U.S. Adults, NHANES 2011−2014

Citation:

Cowan AE, Jun S, Gahche JJ, et al. Dietary Supplement Use Differs by Socioeconomic and Health-Related Characteristics among U.S. Adults, NHANES 20112014. Nutrients. 2018;10(8). doi:10.3390/nu10081114. [Read Article]