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I was wondering if anyone knew of a good gluten-free, df, soy free, corn free, yeast free multi-vitamin. I just realized that the one I'm taking, Nature's Plus Ultra Pre-Natal has soy in it, but is free of everything else. I'm not pregnant, but I was taking it because of the extra vitamins. I'm low on D and I also have some problems with Copper, and this one didn't have copper in it. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Tracey

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I was wondering if anyone knew of a good gluten-free, df, soy free, corn free, yeast free multi-vitamin. I just realized that the one I'm taking, Nature's Plus Ultra Pre-Natal has soy in it, but is free of everything else. I'm not pregnant, but I was taking it because of the extra vitamins. I'm low on D and I also have some problems with Copper, and this one didn't have copper in it. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Tracey

I don't know what they have available in prenatals, but GNC certifies all their multis as free of common allergens. I've been happy with them so far, but I have multiple friends who work in that chain, so I get extra help picking stuff out when I need it. Not sure about the copper, to be honest. If it's not supposed to be in a prenatal, I imagine it wouldn't be in theirs.

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Check out Jamieson Super Vita-Vim. Im reading the bottle and it seems all good.

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Check out Puristat's Advanced Supplementation (their multi-vitamin). I double checked their site and it states the products are free of gluten, corn, soy, sugar, salt, dairy, yeast, wheat, preservatives, artificial colors and flavors. I have been using them for the past 6 months and they have been great for me.

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I've been using Pioneer and it doesn't have any of those allergens you mentioned and it's sugar-free too. I get the chewable, but it's available in capsules, too. Make sure you get the "gluten free" one (that might be the only one, but it definitely says "gluten free" on it).

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I've been using Pioneer and it doesn't have any of those allergens you mentioned and it's sugar-free too. I get the chewable, but it's available in capsules, too. Make sure you get the "gluten free" one (that might be the only one, but it definitely says "gluten free" on it).

Thanks everyone!

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