Terry Asher's Official Release of new Multi-Vitamin guide (release 8/20/12) makes him a leader in the fitness community today!

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As Terry Asher is a patient trainer, avid workout enthusiast, model and much more...the release of his new "Multi-Vitamin Guide" being totally free to the public makes us at Revolution Laboratories, LLC proud to make him the newest contender for this years Team RevLabs recruit.

Terry Asher's Smoothie Guide

Terry Asher Fitness changed my life. I can't wait to see the final product in his series! ~Barry Nuss, RevLabs CEO

As Terry has become a force to be reckoned with in the fitness world, he only seems to increase his desire to give back to the health and nutrition community. Despite the fact that Terry Asher has a following that far exceeds many of his competitors he still chooses to give away hard work on product, such as the following, for free to his loyal fan base!

The following can be expected with this newly released product..

Multi Vitamin Guide Clip
by Terry Asher

Basic Multivitamins
What they are: One-pill wonders that offer 100 percent of the recommended daily allowance (RDA), as suggested by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, for many important vitamins.

Benefits: They give you much of what you need in a day, including vitamins A, C, D, and E, B vitamins, and folic acid. Bonus: You have only one tablet to remember to take and swallow.

Keep in mind: Some single pills also include minerals, such as iron, calcium, and magnesium. But their levels can fall short of what’s recommended. The RDA for calcium, for example, is 1,000 to 1,200 milligrams. But because calcium is bulky, including that much would make for one giant pill. Therefore an additional mineral supplement may be wise in some cases. (Note: Check with your doctor before introducing any vitamins or supplements into your diet.)

Food-Based Multivitamins

What they are: Vitamins combined with powdered whole foods. “The manufacturers basically break down vegetables, fruits, and other food ingredients, add vitamins, and formulate that into capsules,” explains Preeti Kulkarni, a naturopathic doctor in Los Gatos, Calif.

Benefits: Less chance of stomach upset. “Since you’re combining the vitamins with real food,” says Kulkarni, “they will be absorbed better and shouldn’t cause gastric distress.” In fact, it’s even OK to take this kind of multi on an empty stomach.

Keep in mind: Despite the name, the vitamins you’re getting aren’t necessarily more natural; often they’re the same synthetically produced versions as in basic multis.

Adult Chewable Multivitamins

What they are: Single pills in a form you don’t have to swallow whole.

Benefits: Not having to force down large pills, which is a boon to those who have trouble swallowing tablets or who experience stomach problems when they do.

Keep in mind: These aren’t the same as the gummy or chewable vitamins that kids take. “The levels of vitamins in children’s formulas won’t give adults all they need,” says Tara Gidus, a registered dietitian in Orlando, Fla. (Too bad, considering kids’ chewables tend to taste better).

Women’s Multivitamins

What they are: Souped-up multivitamins that contain larger amounts of nutrients that many women require.

Benefits: They help you get the RDA of such vitamins and minerals as folic acid, calcium, and iron. Because iron can irritate the stomach, though, be sure to take these vitamins with a meal.

Keep in mind: These formulas come in age-specific varieties, too. Ones for women over 50, for instance, may contain higher levels of vitamins C and E and less iron.

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