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Performance Lab®
Whole-Food Multi

Men’s and Women’s Formulas
Nature-identical vitamin and mineral essentials for healthy biological performance*
Suboptimal nutrition may diminish biological performance. Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi formulas supply the vitamin and mineral essentials that may be missing from some diets – helping to restore peak cell function across all body systems for daily vitality and long-range health.
Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi elevates multivitamins with BioGenesis™: Patented nature-identical vitamins and minerals that are lab-grown for enhanced bioavailability.
BioGenesis™ vitamin and mineral essentials may work more effectively than isolated and synthetic nutrients – helping you build a superior nutritional foundation for peak biological performance.
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Whole-Food Multi: Men’s and Women’s Formulas
Designed for Performance
Foundational nutritional support for healthy biological performance across cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, immune, digestive, musculoskeletal and other body systems*
Foundational support
Advanced multivitamins with BioGenesis™ vitamins and minerals grown on probiotic, plant and yeast cultures in a state-of-the-art laboratory setting*
Customized for men’s and women’s unique needs, including gender-specific hormonal support*
Nature-identical nutrients in a whole-food matrix with enzymes and cofactors that help the body absorb and utilize nutrients more efficiently*
More potent, biologically active and effective than nutrients that are isolated from their cofactors and used in standard multivitamins*
Healthy for Daily Use
Whole Food Multi is Performance Lab®’s nutritional starting point, designed to restore nutritional wellness so mind and body can advance to peak human performance
Supplies at least 100% Daily Value of 17+ essential vitamins and minerals
Nature-identical multivitamin nutrition only; no synthetic or isolated nutrient forms
Probiotic-grown BioGenesis™ and prebiotic-infused vegan PlantCaps® combine for digestive health and comfort
Designed to support daily vitality, whole-body performance and long-range overall health
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Performance Lab® BioGenesis™: Nature-Identical Vitamins and Minerals
Vitamins and minerals are needed for normal growth and healthy function across all body systems.
The concern: Due to factory farming, processing, cooking and other depleting factors, some of todays foods may be less nutrient-dense than we realize
Multivitamin supplements are designed to help, but many supply inferior isolated and synthetic nutrient forms that are harder for the body to absorb and utilize.
Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multis BioGenesis™ vitamins and minerals are different. Grown on cultures under precise lab conditions, they replicate the structure of nutrients grown in nature: Complete with enzymes, probiotics and other cofactors.
Because they are nature-identical, BioGenesis™ nutrients are easier for the body to recognize, absorb and utilize – unlocking the full health- and performance-enhancing power of vitamins and minerals.
Whole-Food Multi BioGenesis™
Whole-Food Multi BioGenesis™ vitamins and minerals restore critical foundational support for:
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Metabolic performance
  • Immune function
  • Bones and joints
  • Brain and nervous system
  • Muscle growth and function
  • Hormone health
  • Skin, hair and nails
Performance Lab® recommends Whole-Food Multi as a starting point for overall nutritional health, to be followed with targeted human upgrades using other Performance Lab® formulas.
Probiotic BioGenesis™ + Prebiotic Plantcaps® for Digestive Support Synergy
BioGenesis™ Lactobacillus cultured nutrients supply probiotics that help contribute to healthy intestinal flora. Performance Lab® Plantcaps® capsules supply prebiotics that nourish intestinal flora.
Performance Lab®’s probiotic BioGenesis™ nutrients and prebiotic Plantcaps® work together to optimize digestive health and comfort during daily supplementation.
More About Performance Lab® BioGenesis™:
Available exclusively in Performance Lab® formulas, BioGenesis™ vitamins and minerals are supplied in a matrix of natural cofactors including probiotics, fiber, enzymes and antioxidants that enhance their bioavailability and health-supportive activity.
In addition to their superior potency, lab-grown BioGenesis™ nutrients are safer, cleaner, and more eco-friendly than conventional vitamins and minerals.
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Whole-Food Multi supplies vitamin and mineral essentials that optimize all body systems and organs for superior biological performance:
BioGenesis™ Nutrients Benefits and General Areas of Support*
Vitamin A* Vision, skin, immune, protein synthesis, tissue repair, bones, antioxidant
Vitamin C* Immune, cardiovascular, skin, joints, antioxidant, gums, bones, muscle
Vitamin D3* Immunity, bones, testosterone, cell function, protein synthesis
Vitamin E* Antioxidant, cardiovascular, hair, skin, nails, tissue repair
Vitamin K1 + K2* Bones, cardiovascular, connective tissue
Vitamin B1* Nervous system, energy metabolism
Vitamin B2* Red blood cell formation, cell growth, energy metabolism, antioxidant
Vitamin B3* Circulation, protein and fat metabolism, nervous system, skin
Vitamin B5* Energy metabolism, hormone production, cardiovascular
Vitamin B6* Brain chemical synthesis and conversion, immune, blood cell formation, oxygen transport, nervous system, blood sugar, cognitive function
Vitamin B7* Hair, skin, nails, energy, blood sugar, cell growth, nervous system
Vitamin B9* New cell formation, DNA synthesis
Vitamin B12* Energy metabolism, heart health, nervous system, cognitive function
Calcium* Bones, joints, cardiovascular, muscles, nervous system, hormones
Iron* Blood cell formation, oxygen transport, brain chemical synthesis
Iodine* Metabolism, thyroid function
Magnesium* Energy, cardiovascular, bones, testosterone, muscle relaxation, nervous system, blood sugar
Zinc* Immune, vision, testosterone, nerves, cell growth
Selenium* Immune, antioxidant, thyroid
Copper* Energy, nervous system, connective tissue, cardiovascular, antioxidant, red blood cell formation, vision, immune
Manganese* Enzyme cofactor, metabolism, blood sugar, antioxidant, bones
Chromium* Metabolism, energy, weight management, blood sugar
Molybdenum* Enzyme function, metabolism
Strontium* Bones, joints
Inositol* Nervous system, skin, cognition, mood
Vanadium* Blood sugar, cardiovascular, bones, muscles, enzymes, growth factor
Boron* Bones, testosterone, joints, connective tissue
Take Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi
to lay a strong nutritional foundation for
overall health and performance.
Whole-Food Multi: Men’s and Women’s Formulas
3 Boxes of Men's or Women's Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi (360 Capsules)
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Whole-Food Multi: Men’s and Women’s Formulas
2 Boxes of Men's or Women's Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi (240 Capsules)
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Whole-Food Multi: Men’s and Women’s Formulas
1 Box of Men's or Women's Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi (120 Capsules)
Build on your Whole-Food Multi nutritional foundation with targeted human performance upgrades from other Performance Lab® formulas:
Performance Area Whole-Food Multi Foundation Stack With Performance Lab®
Energy B-Complex vitamins needed for cell energy production Energy - optimizes cells’ power-plant mitochondria
Strength Vitamins A and D for protein synthesis, Vitamin C for muscle growth and protection, Vitamin E for cell growth Sport BCAA, Sport Pre-Workout and Sport Post-Workout increase muscle proteins while promoting growth factors for lean muscle mass; enhance training intensity and endurance
Brainpower B6 and B12 for brain energy, neurotransmitter and myelin sheath support Mind – Advanced support for cerebral circulation, brain regeneration, long-range brain health, etc.
Vision Antioxidant vitamins A, C and E plus zinc all support general eye health Vision – targeted nutrition for enhancing competitive eyesight performance
Sleep Magnesium for muscle and nerve relaxation Sleep – Advanced support for muscle and nerve relaxation, muscle and joint comfort, healthy circadian rhythm
Male Testosterone Magnesium and zinc for basic testosterone synthesis Sport T-Booster – Testosterone raw materials, T-synthesis signaling; T antioxidant defenses; stress resistance; estrogen control
Who should take Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi?
Everyone. Biological performance across all body systems depends on vitamins and minerals, but research suggests suboptimal intake of many essential nutrients may be a widespread concern. Restoring healthy nutritional status is an important first step in human performance optimization. Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi helps restore nutritional back to optimal levels, supporting the whole-body health that is the basis of all human performance.
How is Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi with BioGenesis™ different from other multivitamins?
Whole-Food Multi Advantages over Standard Multivitamins
Some Standard Multivitamins Whole-Food Multi with BioGenesis™
Synthetic and isolated nutrients: Some lab-synthesized and isolated nutrients are harder to absorb and less biologically active than their natural counterparts Nature-identical nutrients: Whole-Food Multi complexes vitamins and minerals with their natural cofactors, enhancing their bioavailability and activity
GMO nutrients: Genetic modification may reduce nutritional value by altering nutrient structure, thereby reducing bioavailability Non-GMO: Whole-Food Multi vitamins and minerals are naturally cultivated in a hydroponic solution; we never use genetically-modified nutrients
Strange additives: Artificial food dyes, fake flavors and synthetic preservatives that have no place in a health-promoting multivitamin Additive-free: The only ingredients in Whole-Food Multi Plantcaps® are vitamins and minerals – zero additives
Nutrients of Questionable Origin: Typical vitamins and minerals may be produced in toxic, unclean or otherwise unknown conditions. Produced in our own Lab: Whole-Food Multi’s BioGenesis™ nutrients are produced in a state-of-the-art lab, with all variables under tight control: No surprises – just clean, pure nutrition
Unnatural megadoses: Some multivitamins supply far more nutrition than you want or need, potentially creating health concerns Balanced dosages: Whole-Food Multi supplies precisely calibrated dosages that are designed to enhance health in harmony with your body
Eco-UNfriendly nutrients: Some standard vitamins and minerals are sourced from farming and mining, which may include herbicides, pesticides, environmentally destructive practices and a large carbon footprint Eco-Friendly. Lab-grown BioGenesis™ nutrients require no pesticides or herbicides, do not deplete the soil, require no destructive mining and have a miniscule carbon footprint compared to traditional farming for phytonutrients and mining for minerals
How do I take Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi?
Take 4-6 Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi capsules daily. For best results take 2-3 capsules in the morning and 2-3 capsules in the evening, with or without food. For those seeking additional nutritional reinforcement, up to six Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi capsules daily may be taken.
Why do other multivitamins provide more vitamin and mineral DV than Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi?
Some multivitamins may supply larger doses to compensate for using isolated nutrient forms, which are harder for the body to absorb. Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi BioGenesis™ nutrients are easy to absorb and highly bioavailable, designed to more efficiently raise nutritional status with lower doses.
Is Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi safe?
Like all Performance Lab® supplements, Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi is designed to be safe for long-term daily use. Performance Lab® Whole-Food Multi achieves this by using pure, potent ingredients that are dosed appropriately and in line with clinical research. Whole-Food Multi’s clean formula design – free of GMOs, gluten, soy, colorants, preservatives and other additives – is also well-tolerated by the body; safe and beneficial for long-term daily use.
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