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The time of taking a single nutrient vitamin or mineral like Vitamin C or Vitamin E is outdated. Recent studies show conclusively that vitamins and minerals work together in synergy, and if one is inadequately supplied, then the others cannot work very effectively. Multi-vitamins are definitely the way to go.

**The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to cure, treat or prevent disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long has High Performance Fitness been in business?
A: High Performance Fitness was incorporated in 1997 and started marketing its 1STEP liquid multi-vitamin & mineral to the athletic departments of major universities in 1998.
Q: What are the credentials of and how many years experience do the creators of the 1STEP product have?
A: 1STEP was created by two doctors of biochemistry and the founder of High Performance Fitness. They have over 55 years of combined experience in the nutritional supplement industry.
Q: Should the multi-vitamin be taken more than once a day for optimal results?
A: Taking multiple dosages is a good idea for people who have a very active daily lifestyle.

Matt Heringer, owner of Functional Fitness in Santa Cruz, Ca. states: "Typical prescription to my athletes is as follows: One shot first thing in the morning, another shot after a hard workout. This is to help with recovery and replenishment of lost minerals and vitamins. You must replace all of these vitamins in order to start the rebuilding process (replenishment of glycogen stores and protein synthesis). At the end of the day, right before bed it is also a good idea to take another shot so that the body has plenty of the essential vitamins to repair all of the damaged tissues from the days workouts."

Q: Should I consult my doctor and get his opinion before I begin taking this vitamin?
A: It is always wise to consult your physician before you take any supplemental nutritional product because he/she is aware of your individual needs and circumstances.
Q: Can children take 1STEP?
A: Yes, they can, but once again it is always wise to consult your pediatrician first. He/she can help you determine the proper dosage for your child based upon age and weight.
Q: Why should I take a liquid multi-vitamin over my capsule or tablet vitamin?
A: Studies have shown that the body absorbs only 10% to 20% of the nutrients available in capsulated form, which means of every $100 spent on capsules or tablets, approximately $90 is wasted!

Nearly 100% of the nutrients from 1STEP Liquid is retained, and the vitamins and minerals are absorbed almost immediately.
Q: Can I get my daily allowances of vitamins and minerals from just eating food?

Yes, you can receive the recommended daily allowances of vitamins and minerals from the foods you eat. Unfortunately, however, with today's busy lifestyles many Americans simply do not have the time, desire, or "know-how" to consistently plan well-balanced menus to ensure that the proper amounts of vitamins and minerals are received each day.

In addition, some individuals do not want to consume the quantity of food that would be necessary to receive the proper amounts of these nutrients. A multi-vitamin is a safe, simple, and effective way to ensure that your body consistently receives the recommended daily allowance of vitamins and minerals.

Why gamble with your or your family's health? Although it is always important to eat a variety of healthy, wholesome foods from each of the basic food groups, a multi-vitamin is a safeguard that will ensure your body is receiving the proper amounts of vitamins and minerals which are necessary for achieving optimal health and maximizing daily performance, thus improving the quality, productivity, and longevity of life!

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