Well, maybe. If you have a diet with loads of vegetables and fruits daily and get enough sun, then possibly not.

In the world of fitness, whatever your goals may be, we train hard and (for most of us) we eat clean. Now, it’s great to eat clean and limit processed foods, but most of us take it a bit too far, whether we are ruling out dairy or rotating 5-6 different food items, while adding one or two veggies and maybe one piece of fruit, if we are not carbophobic. However, this often leads to nutrient shortfalls, and when we consider the fact that we train hard, we actually require more than usual.

Yes, it can be effective. Can it be dangerous? Not usually, but I would watch one’s intake of fat soluble vitamins, as these get stored in fat and can build up over time, unlike water soluble vitamins which we just urinate if there is excess.


The 3D Daily Support Pak comes in neat, sealed individual sachets with all your pills, making it easy to use. Just slap them in your early morning bag and have them with your breakfast.

The 3D Daily Support Pak has a comprehensive stack of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, anti-oxidants, and a cognitive blend. What is a cognitive blend? Well, in this case, the main ingredient is Ashwagandha extract, along with Huperzine and Ginkgo Herb Extract.

This has peaked my interest the most in the product as Ashwagandha (what a mouthful) has a lot of strong research behind it. Below is an excerpt that I took from the website I always use to check ingredients and their effects; www.examine.com. You can take a look for yourself and check out the studies on the various positive effects;

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Micronutrients play a vital role in metabolic processes occurring within the body, and the deficit of even one of these nutrients results in the sudden halting of optimal performance.

‘Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) is an herb used in Ayurveda medicine. Ashwagandha means ‘smell of horse,’ which refers to the fresh root’s distinct horsey smell, and the traditional belief that ingesting the herb will give you the strength and virility of a horse.

Ashwagandha is an adaptogen and is supplemented primarily for its ability to prevent anxiety. Ashwagandha’s anti-anxiety effect is even synergistic with alcohol. It also shows promise for relieving insomnia and stress-induced depression. Ashwagandha can significantly reduce cortisol concentrations and the immunosuppressive effect of stress.

Beyond reducing stress levels, Ashwagandha can improve physical performance in both sedentary people and athletes, as well as reduce Low-density Lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. Ashwagandha can improve the formation of memories, and may be able to treat Alzheimer’s disease, though additional human trials are needed before supplementation can be recommended specifically for Alzheimer’s.

Furthermore, additional research is needed to determine Ashwagandha’s main mechanism. Ashwagandha is traditionally recommended for cancer patients, but it is important to note that there is no evidence for Ashwagandha’s ability to treat cancer in human patients. It is, however, a great supplement to reduce immunosuppression. It can also ease the pain of chemotherapy treatment by greatly reducing stress and fatigue. Ashwagandha should not be used to treat cancer, but it makes a great adjuvant therapy, meaning it can (and should) be taken alongside other treatments.’

So, if you are looking for an all in one multi-vitamin packed with vitamins, minerals, added anti-oxidants, amino acids, and even a cognitive blend; give the 3D Daily Support Pak a try.

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