Solgar Omnium® Wins Best of Supplements Award

Solgar proudly announces that its Omnium® phytonutrient-rich multiple vitamin and mineral formula has won a 2009 Best of Supplements Award from Better Nutrition magazine. A winner in the multivitamins category, the product is featured in the magazine’s November issue.

Solgar Omnium®, a comprehensive multivitamin and mineral formula, offers a substantial phytonutrient blend that includes carotenoids, isoflavones, and flavonoids. It also provides antioxidants such as coenzyme Q-10, alpha lipoic acid, proanthocyanidins, polyphenols, n-acetyl-l-cysteine (NAC), and quercetin. Additionally, it supplies phosphatidylserine complex, standardized turmeric extract, and broccoli cruciferous extract.

“Solgar Omnium® was designed for people interested in a broad-spectrum multiple,” said Dr. Richard Passwater, Solgar Vice President of Research and Development. “It offers consumers a synergistic blend of phytonutrients, antioxidants, and specialty nutrients in addition to vitamins and minerals.”

Available in iron and iron-free formulas, Solgar Omnium® Tablets are suitable for vegetarians and free of gluten, wheat, dairy products, yeast, sugar, and starch. A two-tablet daily serving is recommended.

Omnium® is available in fine health food stores nationwide. For more information, log on to

For over 60 years, Solgar Vitamin and Herb has been educating and providing consumers worldwide with premium-quality, innovative, science-based nutritional supplements that enhance overall wellness. Committed to quality, Solgar utilizes stability testing, expiration dating, USP water filtration, and quality control analyses to ensure potency and purity in every product. With its world headquarters located in Leonia, NJ, Solgar exclusively distributes its more than 425 products directly to natural health food retailers across the globe. Additional information about Solgar can be found at

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