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Basic One Multivitamin Iron Free 60 Count

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Product Description

Basic One Multivitamin Iron Free is scientifically formulated to provide the nutrients a healthy body needs.

Heart Health:

  • Clinical research shows a Cooper Complete Basic One lowers the high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, a key marker of inflammation in the body connected to heart disease, diabetes, and autoimmune diseases.

Bone Health:

  • Basic One Multivitamin Iron Free contains 50 mcg (2,000 IU) vitamin D3, Cooper Clinic’s baseline recommendation for optimal bone health.

Basic One Multivitamin Iron Free does not contain vitamin K, making it a good option for individuals on prescription blood thinners such as Coumadin or Warfarin.

This product is gluten-free, Non-GMO.

As a women’s and men’s vitamin, adults take one tablet daily with a meal, or as directed by your healthcare professional. 60 tablets per bottle. 60-day supply. Vanilla-flavored easy swallow coating.

Cooper Complete products are verified and lot tested. If you would like a copy of a Certificate of Authenticity for a specific product or would like to learn more about our testing process and results, please contact us at customerservice@coopercomplete.com  or call our team directly at 888.393.2221 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday-Friday central time (CST).

Basic One Multivitamin Iron Free Supplement Facts Panel

Supplement Facts
The daily dosage of 1 tablet provides:
IngredientsDaily
Amount
% Daily
Value
Vitamin A (as beta carotene)600 mcg (2,000 IU)67%
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)150 mg167%
Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)50 mcg (2,000 IU)250%
Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate)134 mg (200 IU)893%
Thiamin (as thiamine HCI)1.5 mg125%
Riboflavin2 mg154%
Niacin (as niacinamide)20 mg125%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI)10 mg588%
Folate (as Metafolin®, L-5-MTHF)333 mcg DFE (200 mcg L-5-MTHF)83%
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)400 mcg16,667%
Pantothenic Acid (as calcium pantothenate)10 mg200%
Magnesium (as magnesium oxide monohydrate)200 mg48%
Zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate)15 mg136%
Selenium (as selenium amino acid chelate)100 mcg182%
Chromium (as chromium amino acid chelate)100 mcg286%
Lycopene (10% lycopene)5 mg*
* Percent Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, silica, tablet coating (hypromellose, glycerin, natural vanilla flavor) and vegetable stearate.

While we strive to ensure the label information on this site represents the label on the product available for purchase, products are updated from time to time. Please consult the label on the product you purchase for the most accurate ingredient and allergen information.

Item Number: 175
SKU: 816899000119
Formula: 202527-60-2123821 V0220

It has recently come to our attention that a single lot of our Cooper Basic One Iron Free product was shipped from our manufacturing partner with an incorrect label. While the product in the bottles of Lot#50215194 is the same Basic One Iron Free taupe-colored tablets that you’ve come to expect, the current label reflects a future lot of new clear-coated tablets. Since the ingredients for the clear-coated and taupe-colored tablets are slightly different, the team here at Cooper Concepts wanted to make sure all customers were aware of the difference. Below is a link to the label including the full ingredient list of the taupe-colored tablets in these bottles. If you’d like to exchange any bottle from this particular lot for a bottle of the new clear-coated tablet lot, we are happy to make arrangements for you to do so. Either way, you will still be able to enjoy the same robust one a day multivitamin that you have come to expect from Cooper Complete.
Basic One Iron Free Label Lot#50215194

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How is Basic One Iron Free different from Basic One With Iron?

Basic One Iron Free and Basic One With Iron are identical formulations with the exception of iron. Research shows most adults do not need more iron than what is consumed in food.

What time of day should I take Basic One Iron Free?

Because Basic One contains the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and E, it is important to take this multivitamin and mineral formulation with a meal that contains fat so these vitamins will be absorbed.

Will the B vitamins in Basic One keep me awake?

While the level of B vitamins in Basic One should not disrupt sleep we suggest this multivitamin and mineral supplement be taken with breakfast or lunch if this is a concern.

I notice vitamin D is now shown as 50 mcg (microgram) rather than 2,000 IU (International Unit). Why did you make this change?

The FDA made changes to nutrition (food) and supplement facts panels to make it easier to understand, and the International Unit (IU) measure is going away. 50 mcg vitamin D is the same amount of vitamin D as 2,000 IU. To convert from IU of vitamin D to mcg of vitamin D, multiply by 0.025.

I notice vitamin A is now shown as 600 mcg (microgram) rather than 2,000 IU (International Unit). Why did you make this change?

The FDA made changes to nutrition (food) and supplement facts panels to make it easier to understand, and the International Unit (IU) measure is going away. 600 mcg vitamin A is the same amount of vitamin A as 2,000 IU. To convert from IU of vitamin A or beta-carotene to mcg RAE (Retinol Activity Equivalents), multiply by 0.30.

I notice folate is now shown as 333 mcg DFE (200 mcg L-5-MTHF). What does this mean?

The FDA made changes to nutrition (food) and supplement facts panels to make them easier to understand. To convert from mcg (microgram) to Dietary Folate Equivalents (DFE), divide by 0.60. (This conversion applies to both folic acid and 5-MTHF.)

What is vitamin E as d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate?

D-alpha-tocopheryl succinate vitamin E is a natural (non-synthetic) form of vitamin E. Studies have shown that natural vitamin E is not only better absorbed but also better retained in the body than the synthetic form, dl-alpha tocopherol.

Why is vitamin E reflected in mg (milligram) rather than IU (International Units)?

The FDA made changes to nutrition (food) and supplement facts panels to make it easier to understand, and the International Unit (IU) measure is going away. 134 mg vitamin E d-alpha-tocopheryl is equal to 134 mg. To convert from IU of vitamin E to mcg of vitamin E, multiply by 0.67.

What is folic acid as Metafolin®, L-5-MTHF?

Metafolin® is a brand name for a patented form of 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) made by Merck. A percentage of the population has a mutation in one of the enzymes involved in the metabolism of folic acid. 5-MTHF circumvents this mutation and allows the body to be better able to get the benefits from supplementation.

Why isn’t calcium in the Basic One Multivitamin?

Cooper Clinic physicians encourage patients to consume calcium through food rather than through supplementation.

Can I cut or crush the tablets to make them smaller?

Yes. It is safe to crush or cut the tablets into a smaller size.

Can I take this product if I am also taking Coumadin or Warfarin?

Vitamin K is known to impact blood clotting and is not included in Basic One Iron Free. Please talk with your doctor or INR Clinic before adding this supplement to your diet.

How does Basic One impact C-reactive protein (CRP)?

C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a marker of inflammation found in the blood which increases when there’s inflammation in the body. Your physician may order this blood test as part of your annual exam. Basic One has been found to lower C-Reactive Protein by 13 percent†.