Allergy Dairy Soy Gluten Gynovite Plus

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c Says:

I need to know if there is any soy, dairy or gluten in gynovite plus. Is there a statement on the label, to this effect?

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David Says:

Gynovite Plus contains the following ingredients:

Vitamin A 50,000 IU (as retinyl palmitate)
Vitamin C 180 MG
Vitamin D 400 IU (as cholecalciferol)
Vitamin E 400 IU (as d-alpha tocopheryl succinate)
Thiamin 10 MG (as thiamine mononitrite)
Riboflavin 10 MG
Niacin 20 MG (as niacinamide)
Vitamin B6 20 MG (as pyridoxine)
Folic Acid 400 MCG
Vitamin B12 125 MG (as hydroxocobalamin)
Biotin 125 MG
Pantothenic Acid 10 MG (as Ca Pantothenate)
Calcium 500 MG (as Calcium Citrate)
Iron 18 MG (as amino acid chelate)
Iodine 150 MCG (as hydolyzed protein complex)
Magnesium 600 MG (as magnesium oxide)
Zinc 15mg (as amino acid chelate)
Selenium 200 MG (as hydrolyzed protein complex)
Copper 2 MG (as amino acid chelate)
Manganese 10 mg (as amino acid chelate)
Chromium 200 MCG (as hydrolyzed protein complex)
P-Amino Benzoic Acid (PABA) 25 MG
Betaine HCI 100 MG
Pancreatin 4X 93 MG
Inositol 50 MG
Hesperidin 35 MG
Rutin 25 MG
Boron 3 MG (as hydrolyzed protein complex)

Other ingredients include Micosolle, (a silica-based oxoipient containing a non-ionic
surfactant, cellulose and modified cellulose, silica, stearic acid, pharmaceutical glaze,
magnesium stearate, natural flavor, and cranberry powder as natural source of color.

Although Gynovite Plus contains Calcium (as Calcium Citrate), it does not state whether or not this Calcium is derived from milk or a non-dairy source. Additionally, I do not see any other ingredients on that profile that could be related to dairy, gluten, or soy.

I hope this info helps to answer your question!

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C KNOX Says:

Thanks, David, for the reply. I also, heard from Guy Abraham. He stated that there is not dairy, soy or gluten in Gynovite Plus.

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