Because Ka’Chava contains nutrients from both whole superfoods and from a vitamin-mineral blend, these nutrients would likely be just as bioavailable—possibly a bit more—than what you’d find in a typical multi.
That’s because research suggests vitamins and minerals from real food sources like fruits and vegetables are easier to absorb than synthetic (human-made) vitamins and minerals, thanks to the synergy of their various compounds. For example, flavanol antioxidants in an orange make it easier for your body to absorb that orange’s vitamin C.
Additionally, Ka’Chava contains health-boosting nutrients that aren’t commonly found in multivitamin/mineral supplements such as probiotics, digestive enzymes, fiber, and adaptogens.
Just keep in mind, Ka’Chava doesn’t provide 100% of your recommended daily intake for any nutrient, so some additional supplementation may be necessary, depending on your diet. For example, you may need more vitamin B12 if you’re on a vegan diet.