A few months back I met the founder of SEAL Multi – Jeremy DeBie, at an event at SEALFIT in Encinitas, California. Jeremy is an impressive guy and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to taking care of your body. I jumped at the chance to try his SEAL Multi Vitamins and provide a review for all of the SEALgrinderPT readers.
I currently take the SEAL Multi Vitamin every day and feel great. I am just like every other hard working guy and need every advantage I can get. Working two jobs, jumping on a killer workout and then going on a brutal trail run can run your body down. I reach to SEAL Multi Vitamin to help me keep my turbo engine running clean and strong.
Yeah; I eat pretty clean and loads of lean protein and vegetables. But unless your an Olympic athlete and have a personal chef – it is hard to get every nutrient in every meal that you need. That is where I make sure with SEAL Multi Vitamin.
Here are several things that I really like about the SEAL Multi Vitamin. It is used, developed and trusted by many Navy SEALs that I know and work with. It is made in the U.S. in Seal Beach, California. They give 10% back to help wounded Navy SEALs to help their brothers who have fallen.
The SEAL Multi Vitamin bottle holds 90 capsules and they are very easy to take. The bottle will give you 45 days of good healthy supplements to your diet. These capsules are not some huge horse pill that takes a gallon of water to wash down. Click below for more info on the SEAL Multi Vitamins
If you have any questions – hit me up with an email [email protected] as I take SEAL Multi Vitamins every day and will try to answer any questions you have.
In conclusion I give the SEAL Multi Vitamin a great review and will continue to use this product on a daily basis. As Jeremy DeBie says “Get Ya Some”!
Questions from our athletes and readers.
Question: What vitamins do Navy SEALs use? SEAL multi-vitamin of course.
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