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Multivites Gummy Vitamins by vitafusion -- A Review

Updated on February 1, 2016

Nutrition in a Fun Package

They taste like candy but they are vitamins.  So don't take too many and keep them away from the kids.
They taste like candy but they are vitamins. So don't take too many and keep them away from the kids.

Is This The End of the Vitamin Saga?

I had previously tried three different vitamin products. One worked but was kind of expensive Another didn't work as well as I would have liked. A third worked but had unpleasant side effects. I refused to give up my search for the right vitamin, however, and kept looking. My spouse and I were shopping in a warehouse club store and I saw a huge bottle of gummy vitamins for adults. I have been a big fan of gummy bears, although I am avoiding them in my quest for better health. So here was a way to have my gummies and eat them, too! And if that wasn't enough, the store was having a BOGO sale -- buy one huge bottle and GET ONE HUGE BOTTLE FREE! I told my spouse that he could have his own bottle of vitamins and not have to sneak and take mine. He simply rolled his eyes and kind of snorted, but we bought the vitamins.

The adult dose is two gummy vitamins a day. They are made with fruit flavors and colors. The label says they do not contain any gluten, wheat, milk, eggs, peanuts or soy. They do contain coconut oil and beeswax. If you're wondering, Why do they contain beeswax?, I did, too and I don't know. But they taste very good, they are chewy but they do not stick to your teeth and after taking them for about a month and a half, I am feeling energetic again. They do not upset my stomach and my spouse likes them, too. The only possible problem I see with this product is that they taste like candy and sometimes I want to take more than the two, although I don't. If you love candy and especially gummy candy you will have to use restraint. If you have children in the house, really really keep these away from them. Because they are not candy, they are vitamins and you can take too much and harm yourself.

I have found this to be a very satisfactory product and at this point I plan to stay with this vitamin, unless it becomes unavailable for some reason. So, yes, the vitamin search ends here on a happy note.

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    • bjspivey-rivers profile imageAUTHOR

      bjspivey-rivers 

      3 years ago

      Thanks for your question. The B vitamins are what make it smell and taste bad. I use a tablet which has very little smell, made by Natures Bounty. I keep it in a cool dark place, which might help keep the smell down. It may be that the B vitamin doesn't mix well with the gummy base. There is a capsule form that some people prefer. You can also try to hide the smell/taste by taking it with strong tasting food. If the smell/taste is intolerable for you, consider natural sources of B vitamins, like whole grains and meat.

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      Pamela 

      3 years ago

      I have been taking Vitafusion gummy vitamins for a few years now. I have gotten 2 bottles of Vit B complex that have a horrible smell and taste. I have thrown them away. What causes this aweful smell/taste?

    • bjspivey-rivers profile imageAUTHOR

      bjspivey-rivers 

      5 years ago

      Thanks for your feed back. I really like them, too.

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      Sofi 

      6 years ago

      I take VitaFusion MultiVites Gummy's and they are SO good! No side effects, and I am feeling more energized! I have found my vitamin supplement too :) They are also supposed to help you lose weight! yay!

      -Happy VitaFusion Girl

    • bjspivey-rivers profile imageAUTHOR

      bjspivey-rivers 

      7 years ago

      Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on this hub! Gummy vitamins do seem like an unlikely combination but they are out there and they do work. If you take vitamins, you might consider giving them a try.

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      Melind 

      7 years ago

      Never thought about taking a gummy vitamin before. Interesting article.

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