As you know, I love social media. It’s an amazing platform to connect with people from all over, share what works personally to you, and become exposed to finding new and improved products for your lifestyle. With that being said, you also have the ability to come across many different options in each space. I’ve been in the same boat, finding multiple brands in a similar category, and thinking… “How is this one different from the others?”
My conclusion…find a brand, like Ritual, who does it right!
No BS, no shady ingredients, and upfront about everything they stand for.
I’ve been taking Ritual, the Women’s Multivitamin for a few months now, and my favorite thing about this particular multivitamin is their philosophy behind the brand. They believe the foundation for any healthful lifestyle is a balanced diet, encouraging nutrient intake through food – but what you may lack enough of in your day to day diet is formulated in their multivitamin to help fill nutrient gaps.* This way, you can enjoy your balanced diet while still supporting your nutritional needs. ME… all the way! You all know I love my salads and stir-frys, but I also REALLY love pizza and pasta. Which I believe the balance makes me my best and happiest self.
So, what exactly is in the Ritual Multivitamin? Ritual contains 9 key nutrients, in absorbable forms your body can actually use, leaving out any shady additives, fillers, and artificial colorants. The multivitamin is Vegan-friendly, non-GMO, gluten & major allergen free. They have worked hard throughout the years to find the right partners worldwide to provide high-quality ingredients, showcasing their nutrient forms, dosages, and supplier information. I don’t know about you but knowing what I put in my body is so important to me.*
These are the reasons I choose Ritual, can see the difference between one brand and another, and think you would really love this too!
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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.