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33 Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants & Herbal Extracts

Source of micronutrients to help promote overall health and wellness.

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cGMP Made in Canada Vegan No Artificial Additives

No Additives No Artificial Colors Plant Based

  • Licensed in Canada under Natural Health Product Number: 80078819 



                     Organic Fruits                                        Organic Greens & Vegetables                                     Organic Botanicals




Allysian Sciences Elements™ uses the highest quality ingredients in a high potency formula providing

the essentials needed daily for optimal health. Elements™ vitamins and minerals are combined with

organic nutraceutical co-factors for maximum effectiveness. Allysian Elements™ includes organic

super foods like matcha, spirulina, kale, beet and more while avoiding the use of unnecessary

synthetic binders, fillers and excipients. Everything your body needs, nothing it doesn’t! To maximize

the effectiveness of the natural and organic co-factors and phytonutrients, we ensure that the

extraction process takes nutrients from live and fresh organic produce. By using naturally sourced

ingredients, Elements™ in veggie capsule form is easy to assimilate and digest – even on an empty stomach.


Whether you work long hours, are on the move throughout the day, study, exercise, or are raising a family,

your body needs the support of a complete multivitamin with a focus on full spectrum nutrition. Elements

combines the health, energy, and longevity benefits of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and plant adaptogens for everyday use.




33 Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants & Herbal Extracts

Source of micronutrients to help promote overall health and wellness.

Beta-Carotene A precursor of vitamin A, an essential vitamin for growth, healthy skin, and eyes.
B Vitamin Complex For optimal energy metabolism from food and the maintenance of normal cognitive function (More Info).
Vitamin C Found in citrus fruits, is needed to make collagen, absorb iron, and wound healing.
Vitamin D The sunlight vitamin that strengthens bones and absorb calcium.
Vitamin E Provides antioxidant benefits for free radical protection and anti-aging support.
Vitamin K Plays a role in blood clotting.
Iodine An essential mineral for thyroid that regulates growth, development, and metabolism.
Iron Carries oxygen to all parts of the body and important for the formation of healthy red blood cells. *
Boron The trace mineral for building strong bones, improving thinking skills and muscle coordination.
Calcium Supports bone strength and muscle health.
Chromium An important trace mineral in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates.
Copper A trace mineral that helps absorb iron to help the body form red blood cells.
Magnesium Is required for the formation of bone and teeth, normal nerve impulse, muscle and heartbeat.
Manganese A mineral element that is used in the activation of enzymes for carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism.
Molybdenum Cofactor needed in the metabolism of amino acids, toxins, and antioxidant capacity in the blood.
Selenium Acts as an antioxidant with vitamin E, and forms antioxidant enzymes, playing a role in preventing cell damage.
Silica Mineral helps strengthen weak bones and collagen formation.
Vanadium A mineral found in bone tissues that may increase insulin sensitivity in diabetics.
Zinc Used to form many enzymes, and is required for healthy skin, wound healing, normal immune function, and growth.
N-Acetyl L-cysteine Involved in muscle formation as a building block of protein, and provides an amino acid in the creation of glutathione to reduce oxidative stress.
Turmeric Provides the active compound, curcumin, a polyphenol antioxidant in pre-clinical studies showing anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective activities.
Black Pepper Extract Provides an active source of piperine, increasing the absorption of curcumin and other nutrients in the blood.
Lutein An important vitamin A derivative for eye and vision health.

These groups of people may have an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia:

  • Women. Because women lose blood during menstruation, women in general are at greater risk of iron deficiency anemia.
  • Infants and children. Infants, especially those who were low birth weight or born prematurely, who don't get enough iron from breast milk or formula may be at risk of iron deficiency. Children need extra iron during growth spurts. If your child isn't eating a healthy, varied diet, he or she may be at risk of anemia.
  • Vegetarians. People who don't eat meat may have a greater risk of iron deficiency anemia if they don't eat other iron-rich foods.
  • Frequent blood donors. People who routinely donate blood may have an increased risk of iron deficiency anemia since blood donation can deplete iron stores. Low hemoglobin related to blood donation may be a temporary problem remedied by eating more iron-rich foods. If you're told that you can't donate blood because of low hemoglobin, ask your doctor whether you should be concerned.