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GNC Ultra Mega® Green Men's Sport

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  • Feature a premium multivitamin with an advanced amino acid blend to fuel muscle & recovery*
  • Supports endurance & performance with a powerful blend of energizing nutrients*
  • Enhances nitric oxide production & blood flow to fuel muscles during exercise*
  • Promotes healthy liver function & nutrient absorption with milk thistle *
GNC Ultra Mega® Green Men's Sport Vitapak® Program is scientifically designed and offers a convenient, green foods enhanced nutritional program that combines essential vitamins and minerals with plant and whole food based ingredients to support the optimal health of active men. Emerging research suggests that including green foods as part of a healthy nutritional plan can have a variety of healthy enhancing effects and can help support overall wellness. This nutrient-dense whole food enhanced multivitamin formula has been designed to supply nutrition for physically active men.
  • Ultra Mega® Green Men's Sport Multivitamin- A premium green foods multivitamin designed specifically for active men. This formula provides a superior blend of vitamins and minerals combined with essential antioxidants, enzymes, and phytonutrients found in green foods to help men achieve optimal health. It also provides 1,600 IU of vitamin D-3 to support colon and bone health. Enhanced with an advanced amino acid blend to fuel muscles and support recovery, and also cushions joints with collagen and hyaluronic acid.* This premium multivitamin formula also includes a B-vitamin complex to support energy production, as well as antioxidants for protection from harmful free radicals that can destroy healthy cells.*
  • Energy Formula- A potent energy and metabolism blend including cocoa seed extract, capsicum seed, black pepper extract and natural sources of caffeine. This herbal formula is designed to help boost energy and metabolism and support physical activity.*
  • N.O. (Nitric Oxide) Formula- A powerful blend of exotic herbs that men have used for centuries. This formula features L-arginine, an important amino acid and building of nitric oxide that helps maintain blood vessel tone and helps fuel muscle cells during exercise.*
  • Milk Thistle- Provides 200 mg of milk thistle seed extract to support healthy liver function.* As an athlete, the liver works hard to process fuel consumed for optimal sports nutrition.

* 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.
Supplement Facts
As a dietary supplement, take contents of one pack of daily with food.
Serving Size   1 pack(s)
Servings Per Container  30


General Nutrition Corporation Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Health Notes

A Healthy Person's Guide to Vitamins

A Healthy Person's Guide to Vitamins
A Healthy Person?s Guide to Vitamins: Main Image
Even in healthy people, multivitamins and other supplements may help prevent vitamin and mineral deficiencies
Ideally, daily nutritional needs should be met through healthy eating-but the typical diet does not always supply all the vitamins and minerals a body needs. So even in healthy people, multivitamins and other supplements may help prevent vitamin and mineral deficiencies and they can also provide more nutrients than diet alone, which may help to protect against or manage certain diseases. The following list gives the daily optimum amounts of nutrients that might benefit healthy people.

Folic acid (400 mcg)

  • The FDA-required fortification of grain products may have reduced deficiency in the general US population, but some authorities believe it is not enough to optimally prevent diseases such as heart disease and neural tube defects.
  • The body's need for folic acid doubles during pregnancy. Supplementation prior to, and shortly after, conception is adequate and effective.

Iodine (150 mcg)

  • A common deficiency in developing countries, iodine is more abundant in Western diets. Most people get enough unless they avoid iodized salt, seafood, and sea vegetables.
  • People with thyroid diseases should check with their doctor before using iodine supplements.

Vitamin A (5,000 IU; as natural beta-carotene for nonsmokers)

  • The synthetic beta-carotene in most multivitamins clearly does not prevent cancer and may increase the risk of lung cancer in smokers. In contrast, however, natural beta-carotene and several other carotenoids may help prevent certain diseases, including some cancers, although its safety for smokers has not been demonstrated.
  • Due to concerns about birth defects and bone loss, people should not take over 10,000 IU of supplemental vitamin A in the form of retinol without consulting a doctor.

B Vitamins

  • The typical Western diet may provide thiamine (B1; 1.5 mg), riboflavin (B2; 1.7 mg), and niacin (B3; 20 mg) in adequate amounts as they are added to white flour products and other foods that have been depleted of those vitamins.
  • Biotin (300 mcg): This vitamin is produced by intestinal bacteria in amounts that, along with the typical diet, provide enough to prevent deficiency in healthy people.
  • Pyridoxine(B6; 10 mg): Some deficiency may exist in as many of 25% of people living in Western societies, and may be most common in the elderly.
  • Pantothenic acid (B5; 10 mg): This vitamin appears to be in short supply in the typical diet though its role in disease prevention is unknown.
  • Vitamin B12 (5-100 mcg): Vitamin B12-deficiency is more common among the elderly than in healthy young people, except for vegans (vegetarians who avoid dairy and eggs) and in people who take acid-blocking drugs or antacids for long periods of time.
  • Some people claim to experience improved mood, energy, and/or overall well-being when taking higher-than-RDA amounts of vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, and pantothenic acid, though this has not been demonstrated in research.
  • Folic acid, B12, and pyridoxine help control homocysteine levels in the blood. Elevated homocysteine levels are associated with several diseases. Studies have shown that supplementing with one or more of these vitamins helps prevent or reverse hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and may reduce bone fractures risk.

Vitamin C (100-200 mg)

  • Severe deficiency is uncommon in people who consume Western diets, but mild insufficiency is found in 6% of healthy adults and larger numbers of college students and smokers. Some authorities have suggested that optimal intake for disease prevention may be at least 90 to 100 mg per day.
  • Supplementation with over 200 mg per day of vitamin C by healthy people does not result in higher vitamin C concentrations in the body, and may be no more helpful for preventing disease than smaller amounts.

Vitamin D (400-800 IU)

  • Vitamin D obtained from the diet and from sunlight exposure can be insufficient, especially in older people and vegans during the winter months. Vitamin D insufficiency is associated with bone loss and fractures in older people and other studies have shown supplementing may reduced bone loss and the risk of falls in older people
  • Though toxic in very high amounts, up to 2,000 IU per day is considered safe.

Vitamin E (30-400 IU)

  • Once widely thought to lower risk of heart disease, other trials have negated those findings and even found a small increase in the likelihood of all-cause mortality or heart failure. Therefore, some doctors advise people not to take large amounts of vitamin E (400 IU per day or more). On the other hand, circumstantial evidence suggests that "mixed tocopherols," as opposed to the more widely used alpha-tocopherol form, may be safer and more beneficial for heart-disease prevention.
  • A reduced risk of prostate cancer in smokers was reported in a double-blind trial with 50 IU per day of vitamin E. However, similar studies have not found vitamin E supplements to protect against other cancers.

Vitamin K (80 mcg)

  • Deficiency severe enough to cause bleeding problems is rare in healthy people. However, low vitamin K in the blood and in the diet has been associated with osteoporosis.

For more nutrient recommendations

Read a Healthy Person's Guide to Minerals & More.

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    I have been taking this for a week. I was worried about side effects. No negative side effects so far. My energy is up, workouts are longer. I love this product.

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    GNC has the best vitamins, bar none!

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