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Prevention Plus®
Provide your body with essential nutrients and powerful herbal extracts to optimize each day.
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A healthful diet can provide the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that you need on a daily basis. But if you are stressed or do not always eat a balanced diet, supplemental vitamins and minerals are important. And even so, the quality of supplementation that you choose matters.

Did you know: Many popular multivitamin brands consist of inactive vitamins and inorganic materials that are not easily absorbed by the body.

Top multivitamin brands use less expensive, inactive forms of vitamins and inorganic forms of minerals (which are basically micronized rocks). When you feed your body vitamins and minerals that it can’t use, they can weigh you down and potentially compromise the healing systems of your body.

Even when absorbable forms of vitamins and minerals are used, that alone is not enough; herbal extracts and antioxidants are actually just as important.

That’s why Dr. Rawls created Prevention Plus. Taken daily, Prevention Plus® provides you with the active forms of essential vitamins and minerals, plus optimally served herbs and antioxidants that provide comprehensive cardiovascular, immune, liver, eye, skin, and cellular support*.

How Prevention Plus Works

Prevention Plus is one of the few daily vitamins on the market that provides vitamins in their activated forms so that your body can absorb and gain value from them. But what really makes this product special is the powerful combination of antioxidants–served at levels that make a difference–that give your system and your health the support you need.

Natural, Clinically-Studied Ingredients

prevention plus resveratrol

Trans-Resveratrol Extract (from Japanese Knotweed)
Trans-resveratrol, the most bioavailable form of resveratrol, has well known cardiovascular benefits and antioxidant properties.*

prevention plus french maritime bark

Pine Bark Extract (PBE)
Potent antioxidants and other chemical compounds in Pine Bark Extract help the body maintain vascular tissue and support the integrity of blood vessels. PBE is also beneficial for the immune system.*

prevention plus milk thistle

Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum) Extract
Silymarin, the primary chemical component of milk thistle, offers potent support for the liver; it increases natural antioxidants found in liver cells. It is the most widely researched of all liver related herbs and is well known for low toxicity and high safety.*

Prevention Plus ingredient Lutein

Lutein & Zeaxanthin
These twin carotenoid compounds account for the yellow color in vegetables. They build up in the retina of the eye and support a healthy retina from normal exposure to sunlight. They also build up in the skin to support healthy skin. Prevention Plus contains the same amount of these substances as compared to ocular supplements recommended by ophthalmologists.*

Prevention Plus ingredient Astaxanthin

Contains antioxidants that help fight cellular damage from free radicals to promote healthy skin.*

Prevention Plus ingredient Lycopene

Contains antioxidant properties and has been studied mostly for promoting prostate health.*

Prevention Plus ingredient Rutin

Rutin & Hesperidin
Contains bio-flavonoid compounds known to promote a healthy cardiovascular system.* Also contains quercetin.

Prevention Plus ingredient Blueberry Extract

Blueberry Extract
Contains potent antioxidants that help maintain healthy eyes.*

Prevention Plus ingredient Pomegranate Extract

Pomegranate Extract
Contains potent antioxidants.*


Hawthorn Leaf Extract
Supports the cardiovascular system and healthy blood vessels.*

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Prevention Plus®
Daily Protection, Skin Health, Eye Health, Heart Health, Liver Health, Optimal Nutrient Support
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What Customers are Saying:
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Christy D. 09-18-2017
I feel like it is a gold standard of multivitamins.
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Kim M. 08-28-2017
I like the fact that it's tested by a third party lab. Also, I love the simplicity of not having to have lots of different supplements to manage in order to get same nutritional support. 8/28
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Nathan S. 08-22-2017
In the past when I've taken a typical one a day vitamin I haven't noticed a difference if I stop taking it. With Vital Plan if I miss a few days of taking supplements I can notice that I don't feel as well.... so I like that I am able to tell that they are helping regulate my body
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your qualified healthcare provider before beginning any diet or program.


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