Higher Nature True Food Supernutrition Plus 180's

Higher Nature True Food Supernutrition Plus 180's

Brand Name Higher Nature
Product Name Higher Nature True Food Supernutrition Plus 180's
Product ID HN-TSN180
Categories: Higher Nature
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The ingredients in True Food Supernutrition Plus work in harmony to support your system. Derived from whole food sources, Higher Nature have combined over 26 vitamins and minerals that nourish the body and mind, including the likes of vitamin B, C, D and K, magnesium, iron and manganese. With a focus on potency, this formulation uses easily-absorbed ingredients, with no mega-doses, making it highly effective yet gentle on the digestive system.


Take 1-3 tablets a day, with or between meals (children over 8 years, 1-2 tablets). As a guide, the nutrients in True Food® Supernutrition Plus are 2-8 times more bioavailable than standard isolated vitamins and minerals.

One tablet typically provides:

Beta Carotene*, 1.33mg Vitamin B1* 0.47mg, Vitamin B2* 0.53mg, Vitamin B3* 6mg, Vitamin B5* 2mg Vitamin B6* 0.67mg, Vitamin B12*    0.65µg, Folic acid* 66.67µg, Biotin* 50µg, Vitamin C* 20mg, Citrus Bioflavonoids* 8mg, Vitamin D (330iu)* 8.25µg, Vitamin E (2.5iu)*      1.67mg, Vitamin K* 33.3µg, Boron*         0.25mg, Calcium 1 90mg, Copper* 0.33mg, GTF Chromium* 33.3µg, Iodine* 50µg, Iron* 1.67mg, Magnesium*1 15.83mg, Manganese* 0.67mg, Molybdenum* 83µg, Selenium* 25µg, Zinc* 3.33mg, Silicon* 0.25mg

*True Food nutrients also contain B vitamins, betaglucans, glutathione, choline, inositol, amino acids and other phytonutrients naturally found in fermented food cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (food yeast). 1 From Lithothamnion calcarea (calcified seaweed).


This product contains iron which, if taken in excess, may be harmful to very young children. Keep out of their sight and reach. B vitamins may turn urine bright yellow, this is normal. Some people have an allergic response to yeast but the allergen, which causes an allergic response, is a protein on the yeast cell wall and when broken down the protein’s ability to evoke an allergic response is lost.