Are there multivitamins designed for those with a vegan diet? Such that they have proportionally more of the vitamins vegans are deficient in (B12, calcium, etc.)?

  • probably yes ... shopping questions are off topic, so you cannot ask for a manufacturer name or where to buy
    – jsotola
    Commented Feb 12, 2022 at 18:49

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If you are eating a well-balanced diet, you may be getting sufficient nutrients from what you are already eating. The last two doctors I've discussed this with (because I was concerned myself) said I likely had enough of most of the vitamins in a multivitamin, and instead suggested taking only supplements for the vitamins I was deficient in. (I am now taking a B12 vitamin only). So, it may be helpful to look into what you are not getting enough of (can have blood work done to see levels of nutrients in your system, if that is available to you) and then targeting vitamins that have only what you need.


Yes, they exist, for example:

But they don't seem that much different from standard multi-vitamins, besides being more expensive…

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