Nature’s Code Review

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There wasn’t an official Nature’s Code website that we could find, but it was sold on the QVC website. Nature’s Code has many different products related to the vitamin and supplement world. They also have juice drinks and nutrition bars. Nature’s Code was created by James Rouse, a naturopathic doctor, Ironman triathlete, QVC wellness doctor, certified yoga instructor, wellness magazine founder, speaker, author, radio talk show host, and TV personality. The list is impressive, but we aren’t told who manufactures or formulates the Nature’s Code products themselves.

Product Features

Since there are several different lines of products to choose from in the Nature’s Code arsenal, for the purposes of this article we will only be reviewing one. We will look at the multi-vitamin supplements themselves. There are 4 different formulas. 2 for women under and over 50, and 2 for men under and over 50. We’ll include the ingredient list for the Women under 50 for sampling.


Vitamins A, C, D, and E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Niacin, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium, Red Raspberry Leaf, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Pomegranate, Cranberry, Green Tea, Licopene and Leutin.

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  • You can purchase online.
  • Since QVC distributes it, you have a money-back guarantee.
  • Developed by a doctor, not just a successful businessman.
  • Disadvantages

  • Pills are hard to remember to take every single day.
  • They recommend an auto-ship type of enrollment which will send you shipments automatically every 30 days whether you want them or not. Yes, you can cancel at anytime, but sometimes we get busy and forget.
  • There a bit pricey for your first plunge, but as you spread the cost out over time, it isn’t so bad.
  • Conclusion

    Pills are items we tend to be familiar with and comfortable taking. However, this is another company that isn’t really forward about who they are, aside from the original idea guy, who seems to be the star of the show, not the researchers or developers who actually formulate and produce the product. There are no listed clinical studies to check out and there isn’t really any star ingredients in the list that blows our socks off for special inclusion. We do agree that supplements can be a helpful additive to the active lifestyle, but it’s not necessary to go with a company who’s got a pretty package when there are plenty of companies who really put the money into research and development over flashy packaging and a handsome doctor to sell it to you. It doesn’t mean he’s not genuine or sincere, but he needs to pay attention to who his core audience is. Most consumers of vitamins and supplements are looking for scientifically based information and they want to be able to find it easily.

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    • 1

      Does Nature’s Code for women over 50 contain gluten and it is important for me to know the carbohydrate content. Thanks.


    • 2
      Angie Dehart

      I’ve been taken nature’s Code One vitamin for one month, I’m having problems with my legs and feet swelling could any thing in this capsule be causing this?


    • 3

      Hello, I need to reduce my b12 as per my Doctor. I receive the auto pkg of Natures Code Nutritional system. I have looked everywhere on line to see an image of what pills are what in the pkg. Can you plz send or tell me what pills are what so I can reduce my b12. Thank you!


    • 4
      lynn hall

      Have been taking these vitamin supplements for years and have been healthy and had good energy. Wondering, can these daily supplements keep you from loosing weight? Can they increase hunger causing weight gain?


    • 5
      paula head

      I have some Nature’s Code Vitamins for woman over 50. I have had them for a while but do not see an expiration date on box. How long can they be kept before they expire?


    • 6
      Diane Persson

      Is vit D in the listing part of the calcium tablet or is it a separate pill??


    • 7

      Can the nature code vitamins over 50 cause problems with gastric intestines. i find when i take them on a regular basis i have loose and very loose bowel movements not sure if i should stop taking them.


    • 8

      checked ingredients and found several key vitamins are synthetic on Nature’s Code for Women over 50.


    • 9

      The proof is in the blood work. My doctor did testing before starting vitamins because of the fatigue, and other symptoms. I have metabolic problems from gastric bypass. Get checked every couple months. Went from vitamin deficiency to normal Also feel much better. YES, would recommend product. After taking a while, pills get easy to swallow.


    • 10
      gloria rowse

      why do you use red dye?


    • 11

      I would like to know whats in Natures Code for women over 50. I was given them without the box and can’t seem to find the ingredients anywhere on the internet.



      Phyllis, if you log on the qvc website and look up natures code, you will be able to review what is in the over 50 packets.
      ive been taking these for 5 years, feel great, lots of energy, easy to swallow pills too. good luck!


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