Op-Ed: The 3 Best Vitamin Brands of 2023

While it’s important to maintain a balanced and varied diet, there are some cases where supplemental nutrition is needed for a healthy lifestyle. If you have a diagnosed deficiency, experience malabsorption issues, or consume a limited or restrictive diet, you may benefit from a vitamin or mineral supplement. 

Here are 3 of the best vitamin brands for 2023:

Best Overall: Thorne

Thorne Research is a trustworthy and reputable vitamin supplement brand. They produce a variety of vitamin supplements that meet a diverse clientele, including multivitamins for different age groups, a B-complex vitamin, vitamins D and C, and other vitamin minerals (i.e., protein powders, collagen supplements, probiotics, omega-3s, etc.)


  • Over 30 NSF Certified for Sports products
  • Tests many products in clinical trials
  • Comprehensive supplement offerings


  • Expensive (ranges from $16-80)

Best Budget: Nature Made

Nature Made is a trusted company that produces vitamins at an affordable price. Many of their products are USP verified, meaning they have been tested for ingredient purity and potency. Also, it produces a variety of vitamin supplements, including a multivitamin (which can be specific to men, women, and children) and vitamins (C, D, E, K).


  • Many products are USP verified
  • Affordable


  • They don’t always use the most bioavailable forms of certain vitamins and minerals in their supplements

Best Organic: Garden of Life

Mykind Organics produces a variety of vitamins while also paying attention to farming practices and how farm workers are treated. Each product is vegan as well as certified USDA Organic and non-GMO Verified (also NSF-Certified and/or ConsumerLab-approved). MyKind Organics comes in various forms, including tablets, chewable liquids, gummies, and sprays. 


  • Whole food ingredients and vegan
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Many products are approved by ConsumerLabs and/or NSF certified


  • Some products include herbal and enzyme blends that might not be suitable for all

Disclaimer: Always speak with a healthcare professional before adding a supplement to your routine to ensure that the supplement is appropriate for your individual needs and to find out what dosage to take.


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