Frequently Asked Questions about
our products

Fermented vitamins are not as easy to find as you might like. It’s an extra step for most manufacturers so it can be difficult. For example, it’s not easy to find fermented Vitamin D3.

Bioavailability is the amount of nutrients the body absorbs and uses. Higher bioavailability means your body is absorbing more nutrients and minerals. So less of the vitamin that you take is wasted.

Movita’s unique fermentation process produces high bioavailability and are better absorbed by your body than conventional vitamins.

Bioactivity is the effect on or response from living tissue. The bioactivity of a vitamin is generally referring to how it is absorbed by the body and how it impacts the body.

Movita’s bioactive vitamins are made from our patented fermentation process.

Scientific research have found that natural, bioactive vitamins and minerals are better absorbed by the body as they resemble the natural occurring nutrients in your body.  Much more effective than synthetic supplements that are generally cheaper to manufacture.

Yes. Our products do not contain meat, dairy, eggs and shellfish. 

Yes. All our products contain soy. We use soy in our fermentation process. 

Folic acid (Folacin or Folate or vitamin B9) is one of the B group vitamins – B9. The recommended adult daily intake of Folic Acid in the U.S. is 400 mcg from foods or dietary supplements. No common side effects are known. Not consuming enough Folic acid can lead to Folic Acid deficiency. This may result in a type of anemia in which low numbers of large red blood cells occur. Folic Acid in our formula is fermented, which makes it easy to digest. Just like vitamins digested from food. Fermented Folic Acid has greater benefit than unfermented Folate. Therefore, Folic Acid is included in our Multivitamin formula.
Movita Multivitamin does not prevent or treat any disease. Upon diagnosis of iron deficiency, the condition can be treated with iron supplements. The choice of supplement depends upon both the severity of the condition, the required speed of improvement and the likelihood of treatment being effective.