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Glaxon combines Multi’s vitamins and minerals with MitoBurn and SAMe for Multi+

Glaxon Multi Plus

Glaxon has spread its reach into many different sports nutrition categories, and even improved on some of those competitors and created spin-offs in its impressively short time in the industry. Two years ago, the premium brand decided to take on the daily, essential-style multivitamin space with its well-put-together supplement, simply named Multi, and now that has spawned a spin-off, introducing the multi-benefit Multi+.

Glaxon Multi+ features a specific selection of vitamins and minerals to support general health and wellness, then to justify the extension of its name, there are some additional ingredients to improve mood and metabolism. The product isn’t on the brand’s own website first; it has debuted at the reputable retailer Natural Body, where it is $29.99 for a bottle of 30 servings, or get two and save 10% at $26.99 each.

The formula powering Glaxon Multi+ is very similar to that of the original Multi. The two supplements feature the same vitamins and minerals, at the same dosages, with the exception of a few that are a fraction less, like chromium, and boron, which is much higher at 30mg. Everything else in the multivitamin department is the same such as 900mcg of vitamin A, 120mcg of vitamin K2, 11mg of zinc, and 90mg of the antioxidant vitamin C.

Glaxon Multi Plus Label

Where Glaxon’s all-new multivitamin separates itself is alongside the various vitamins and minerals is 250mg of premium Mitoburn to support weight loss, 100mg of s-adenosylmethionine or SAMe for mood, and ten times more boroganic glycine at 30mg. There is no extra SuperShroom blend, zeaxanthin, lutein, or Lipidox like in Multi, but again, it’s a very similar product with Glaxon mixing things up in those extra components.

As mentioned, Natural Body is currently the place to go if you want to get your hands on Glaxon’s Multi+, and at $29.99 for a full month’s supply, it is very reasonably priced. We’re guessing it will eventually be made available through the brand’s official online store at, and with a price tag similar to Natural Body’s, in and around the $30 mark.