We always emphasize that your health is worth looking after while traveling around the world.
No-one wants to be stuck in bed with an illness they potentially could have avoided by keeping themselves nutritionally fueled with a multivitamin.
As a result, we’ve tried a large number of multivitamin supplements over the years. At the moment, we’re using Performance Lab Multivitamin and are enjoying that and didn’t have plans to change our product of choice (it has served us well for over 1 year now).
However, when we heard that another supplement company that we like were releasing a new multivitamin, we just had to take a look at Ghost Multi.
While Ghost Muti hasn’t been released yet, there are some images released of this upcoming supplement available online. So we’re able to make an initial analysis of this multivitamin without actually having taken it (but we’ll absolutely grab a bottle once it’s on the market).
Aren’t All Multivitamins The Same?
You might be thinking that all multivitamins are the same. If you are, then you may be very wrong (sorry to break the bad news!).
While all multivitamins may appear to contain the same vitamins and minerals, the kind of vitamins and minerals they contain can hugely vary in terms of quality and bio-availability (how well your body is able to absorb and use the nutrients).
For example, many experts believe that your urine turning yellow after taking a cheap multivitamin is a sign that your body has chosen to excrete it – instead of using it. So we do tend to check whether multivitamins turn our pee yellow or not for this reason.
We prefer to see patented forms of vitamins and minerals over standard lower quality forms
It says a lot about a company if they are prepared to include patented forms of vitamins and minerals; this is because they cost more than the standard forms, since they are higher quality.
The good news is that GHOST have indeed added some patented forms of nutrients (we’ll explain in a few sections lower down).
That’s one thing we’d recommend always checking for.
If a multivitamin product has a high price tag but only contains the same standard ingredients that other products contain found in any supermarket, then you’re better off finding a higher quality product that contains some patented ingredients (in our honest opinion).
Our Initial Thoughts on GHOST Multi
We just briefly mentioned that the quality of vitamins and minerals used in multivitamin supplements can vary.
Well, from what we’ve seen of GHOST Multi so far, we like it a lot.
This multivitamin contains the vegan form of Vitamin D3; we like that more and more companies are starting to use vegan friendly nutrients in their supplements, making them accessible to everyone regardless of lifestyle choices.
GHOST Multi also contains high-quality patented nutrients including EVNolMax (a patented form of Vitamin E that’s known for its high bio-availability).
We like the additional ingredients not usually found in multivitamins
From what we’ve read online, GHOST Multi contains some bonus ingredients not commonly found in the majority of multivitamins on the market.
This multivitamin is believed to contain Lutemax®; this is a patented combination of Lutein and Zeazanthin, which are believed to improve eye health.
GHOST Multi is also believed to be coming loaded with Phytoserv Veggie Blend, which is a combination of natural antioxidants which can be additional immune support for traveling.
Ghost Multi Ingredients: Which Vitamins and Minerals Are Included?
As mentioned, GHOST Multi isn’t actually on the market yet so we haven’t been able to get our hands on this multivitamin supplement.
We are looking at the images available online of its formula, so bear in mind the dosages may not be 100% accurate (although we’ll be sure to update this review when we are able to purchase and try it).
Here is the full list of ingredients and their dosages believed to be included in GHOST Multi’s formula:
- Vitamin A – 6000 mcg
- Vitamin C – 500 mcg
- Vitamin D3 – 50 mcg
- Vitamin E – 170 mg
- Vitamin K -120 mcg
- Thiamin – 75 mg
- Riboflavin – 100 mg
- Niacin – 100 mg
- Vitamin B6 – 100 mg
- Folate – 400 mcg
- Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) – 100 mcg
- Biotin – 2500 mcg
- Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) – 50 mg
- Iodine – 150 mcg
- Magnesium – 100 mcg
- Zinc – 15 mg
- Selenium – 200 mcg
- Copper – 3 mg
- Manganese – 3 mg
- Chromium – 200 mcg
- Molybdenum – 80 mcg
- Lutemax® – 200 mg
- Phytoserv – 120 mg
- EVNolMax – 100 mg
- BioPerine – 5 mg
- Boron – 3 mg
- Lycopene – 1 mg
- Vanadium – 100 mcg
GHOST Multi Price & Where To Buy
As mentioned throughout this review, we haven’t had our hands on GHOST Multi yet due to it not being on the market yet.
However, on their website it shows the price of Ghost Multi being $34.99 for 30 serving bottles; this is a fair price tag for a high quality multivitamin supplement.
In comparison, the multivitamin we currently rely on (called Performance Lab NutriGenesis Multi) costs $39 per 30 servings, although you can reduce the price per box to $29.25 if you purchase they’re 4 month supply multi-box deal.
At this point, we’re unsure whether there will be any multi-box discounts available for GHOST Multi.
We’ll also have to guess where it’ll be sold too; GHOST supplements tend to be sold on 3rd party retailers such as GNC and Amazon, so we assume you’ll be able to buy GHOST Multi on these platforms too (nothing is confirmed, though).