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Nine out of 10 Americans are missing key micronutrients. This deficiency is due to a variety of factors: mass food production, additives, and preservatives to extend shelf life, and poor food choices, such as convenience foods and takeaways. Regardless of these elements, the bottom line is that most people aren't consuming enough nutrient-rich foods to meet all their basic vitamin and mineral needs. 



Why are micronutrients so important? 

Micronutrients form the fundamental nutrition that your body needs to function and cope with its energy demands, immunity, healing, hormonal balance, digestion, fluid balance, bone health, and lots more. 

A deficiency in micronutrients can contribute to poor health, and impede growth and development. Imagine the engine of a car that is missing numerous small, seemingly insignificant parts, however, the lack of these parts causes the engine to stall and malfunction repeatedly. It’s the same with your body! 

So what are the micronutrients? Micronutrients include vitamins and minerals that are essential for your body. 

Micronutrients include the following (in varying quantities): 

Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Zinc, Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Iodine Chromium

Some of these may only be needed in small quantities, and yet a deficiency in any of them can seriously impact your health and wellbeing. The human body is a fine machine that needs to be taken care of in order to do its best for you! 

If you were not totally aware of the importance of micronutrients, worry not! It is never too late to take steps and mark a way forward for change. And in many instances, given that so many of us are deficient in micronutrients- life-changing decisions can be implemented. Any change that improves the quality of your life is a major move forward! 




So, the next question may be, how can you balance out these all-important micronutrients to ensure you are getting what you need?

Food is evidently one of the best ways to improve your micronutrient intake. People that consume a varied diet from all food groups are naturally in a better position to be receiving what they need. The main point here is: avoid restrictive diets that may impede your ability to get what you need from food. This may include calorie-controlled diets and so-called “fad” diets. If you are already in poor health, a restrictive diet may only exacerbate your condition.

Here are some tips for you!

  • As noted above, aim to eat a varied and inclusive diet. As a guide, this should include vitamin and mineral-rich foods: dark green vegetables (such as broccoli, spinach, and kale), red/orange vegetables and fruit (sweet potatoes, peppers, and carrots), beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, and starchy vegetables like potatoes and corn.

  • Buy food that is organically grown as much as possible. Modern living means that the food we eat often loses its nutritional value before it even reaches our plates. If you have a garden, you could research how to grow some of your own vegetables. You could attend a local farmers market where the freshness of food is almost guaranteed!

Supplements that enrich your body with a balance of micronutrients can also help to support your health and wellbeing. In fact, supplementation is one way to fast-track your way to better health as many supplements nowadays have an enhanced level of bioavailability. This means they get to work quickly to support you and balance out any deficiencies.


No. 1

No. 1 was created by Dr. C Vitamins to supplement and support micronutrient deficiencies. 

This pharmaceutical-grade multivitamin blend includes activated vitamins that work synergistically to support foundational wellness, including calcium and magnesium, zinc and copper, vitamins C and E, bioactive folate, vitamin B12, and beta-carotene."



 • Total Health

 • Antioxidant Protection

 • Detoxification

 • Health in Individuals with Poor Nutrient Intake

 • Stressful Lifestyles

DIRECTIONS:  2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening. 

An important aspect of good nutrition is Micronutrition (vitamins and minerals). Micronutrients play a role in converting food to energy; building and repairing tissues and DNA; manufacturing neurotransmitters, hormones, and other modulators in the body; breaking down and detoxifying xenobiotics and medications; and maintaining growth, reproduction, and health. 

According to research by the USDA and other organizations, the American diet is lacking micronutrients. 

“What's more, while the recommended intakes (e.g. %DV, DRIs, EARs, RDAs) are designed to meet the minimum needs of some healthy individuals; they are not designed to meet the requirements of all individuals, especially the chronically ill”- Dr. C Vitamins  

Dr. C Vitamins  No. 1 Hypoallergenic Multivitamin and Mineral offers multiple benefits, including:

  • Bioavailability The micronutrients are provided in bioavailable forms so that they can be better absorbed and utilized. Nº1 contains a full complement of Albion® patented mineral chelates and complexes. Albion is a recognized world leader in mineral amino acid chelate nutrition and manufactures highly bioavailable nutritional mineral forms that are validated by third-party research and clinical studies. Vitamins B2 and B6 are also provided in activated forms.

  • Energy Production Nº1 provides generous levels of B vitamins, which serve as prime coenzymes in glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation and as cofactors in amino acid and lipid metabolism. The balanced presence of B vitamins is essential to their cooperative functioning and excellent for those with stressful lifestyles.

  • Antioxidant Protection Vitamins E and C, selenium, zinc, beta carotene, and trace elements provide broad-spectrum antioxidant activity. Their combined presence supports their ability to regenerate each other and maintain consistent levels of antioxidant activity both intra- and extracellularly.



No. 7 B Complex

Nº7 B Complex contains the entire spectrum of B vitamins to support adrenal, neurological, and stress-related functions. It contains activated forms of vitamins B2, B6, and B12, as well as Quatrefolic folate. 

“We created this product to supplement the B vitamins found in green vegetables, whole or enriched grains, dairy, and meat. No. 7 B Complex is perfect for individuals looking to increase their energy levels, support their metabolism and even reduce their risk of stroke”- Dr. C Vitamins




• Carbohydrate burning

• Healthy Metabolism 

• Mental & Nervous System 

• Stress & Healthy Mood

DIRECTIONS: 1 capsule in the morning and 1 capsule in the evening. 

The water-soluble B vitamins have to be absorbed in the small intestine and then go to the liver where they are bio-transformed into their active coenzyme forms. 

Nº7 contains: vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B6 (pyridoxine), and B12 (methylcobalamin) in their physiologically active form making them easier to absorb and “ready-for-use” to be up-taken by the body. 

All Dr. C Vitamins meet or exceed Current Good Manufacturing Practice quality standards. 

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