Stands out for offering scientifically supported options for choosing vitamin packs including blood and DNA testing for targeted dosing. Slow-release vitamins come in micro-beads that are easy to swallow. Vegetarian with no fillers.
If you do DNA testing to personalize your plan, results may take a few weeks. Pricey, but you are paying for quality.
With the help of science and dietitians, this company provides individualized vitamin combinations to suit specific needs. Assessment is quick but in depth for precise plans. We love that the company uses eco-friendly packaging.
Plans can be expensive. A few customers gripe about delivery delays.
Not only are Ritual vitamins natural and vegan, but the company provides clear information about the sources of its ingredients. An easy questionnaire guides customers in building personalized bundles.
Very rare reports of vitamins causing an aftertaste or "fishy" burps.
Company combines the convenience of a quick 3-minute quiz with access to a nutritionist for specialized nutrient combinations. Vitamins are clinically proven to deliver noticeable results, and don't contain artificial colors or sweeteners. Tests found that the wide variety of personalized vitamins included easy-to-follow and thorough instructions.
For orders under $50, you'll have to pay shipping costs. Requires subscription.
Created my Nature Made, Nurish plans are customized to your needs with the assistance of a simple quiz. Customers enjoy how easy it is to change, adjust, pause, or even cancel monthly orders.
You'll have to spend at least $20 per order to get free shipping.
After going through an intensive research process to narrow down our short list of top products in this space, we tested HUM Nutirtion to be sure that it’s worthy of our recommendation. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter and test to verify manufacturer claims.