Multi-Guard Advance


Suitable for Vegetarians


Lambert's Multi-Guard Advance, 60 tablets, is an innovative multivitamin for the over 50's, formerly Multi-Max Advance. This is one of the most comprehensive one-a-day multivitamins available in the UK for the over 50's.

What does it do:

All of the most important micro-nutrients are included at levels that are highly relevant including selenium and chromium, two important minerals that are often under represented in multis. Vitamin D is included at the level that is now being recommended for anyone who has little exposure to sunlight. Folic acid and vitamin B12 have both been included since they are thought to be important for maintaining normal homocysteine levels in the blood, and thiamin which contributes to the normal function of the heart.

Lambert's Multi-Guard Advance multivitamin tablets also includes green tea, one of the best antioxidants known, at a level equivalent to one fresh cup of green tea. Lutein, known to protect the eye tissues from the effects of ageing, has been added at a full 2mg strength. Multi-Guard Advance also contains turmeric, researched for its protection from bowel problems.

Free From: Wheat, Barley, Soya, Eggs, Milk (and milk products), Lactose, Nuts, Sulphites, Celery, Fish, Shellfish, Yeast and Gluten containing ingredients.

One tablet daily to be taken with food.


Not suitable prior or during pregnancy. Not suitable for individuals taking anti-blood clotting drugs such as Warfarin and Heparin.


Typically per tablet: Vitamin A 800ug, Vitamin D 10ug, Vitamin E 24mg, Vitamin C120mg, Thiamin 5mg, Riboflavin 4mg, Niacin 16mg, Vitamin B6 10mg, Folic Acid 200ug, Vitamin B12 50ug, Biotin 150ug, Pantothenic Acid 12mg, Calcium 100mg, Iron 7mg, Magnesium 50mg, Zinc 15mg, Iodine 150ug, Manganese 4mg, Copper 1mg, Selenium 100ug, Chromium 200ug, Choline Bitartrate 5mg, Inositol 5mg, PABA 5mg, Lutein2mg, Turmeric (as extract) 50mg, Green Tea (as extract)50mg, Grapeseed (as extract) 50mg


Product Code: LMB1548

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