Here’s What Makes Binto the Best Vitamins for Women

What Makes Binto the Best Vitamins for Women

You might have heard that you should obtain nutrients by eating “real” foods, rather than taking vitamins or supplements. While that may be true for certain nutrients, not all of your nutrition needs can be met simply by eating fruits and veggies.

That’s where Binto comes in. Our licensed health professionals have created the best vitamins for women, all of which arrive in packs personalized just for you. They’re made up of only what you need — and nothing you don’t.

The truth is, many multivitamins on the market today are made up of extra additives that you don’t need, such as preservatives and fillers. They also often contain lots of nutrients you’re probably already getting from food.

That’s why our ingredient list may be small — but rest assured, it is mighty. Our ingredients are also vegan-friendly, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and are manufactured right here in the U.S.

Below are the ingredients that make Binto's products the best vitamins for women. Note that your pack may not contain all of the ingredients below, but rather a curated mix depending on how you answer our questionnaire.

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A Breakdown of Binto’s Supplements

Bare Essentials Vitamin

This supplement contains at least 100% of your daily value of the following essential nutrients:  Vitamin C (120 mg), Vitamin D (25 mcg), Folate (400mg), Vitamin B12 (25 mg), Vitamin B6 (10mg), Biotin (150 mcg), and Magnesium Citrate (300 mg).

Our Bare Essentials vitamin also contains 15% of your daily value of calcium (or 200mg) in its non-constipating form (tricalcium phosphate). Unlike the form of calcium used by traditional supplement companies, this kind keeps your system moving along as it should.

MyBinto Prenatal

Our prenatal supplement helps fill in the gaps in your daily diet, without overdoing it. The calcium is non-constipating; the vitamin D is in the most absorbable form (D3) to ensure that your body can make the most of it; the probiotic strains are made just for women. Plus, unlike folic acid, we use the most active form of folate — methylated folate — which is critical for preventing neural tube defects. Read more about the difference between folic acid vs. folate here.

Vitamin B12

This vitamin is essential for nerve function, energy production, and brain power. Together with folate, B12 helps to create DNA & RNA needed for growing cells.

Vitamin D

This fat soluble vitamin actually functions as a hormone, and it plays a crucial role in the absorption of calcium, bone growth, immune function, and helps to reduce inflammation. Read more about this essential vitamin, and why we use vitamin D3 instead of vitamin D2, in our supplements.


A mighty antioxidant, CoQ10 is a naturally occurring nutrient that plays an essential role in numerous physiological functions, from energy production to defending against cellular damage. Research also suggests that low levels of CoQ10 have been associated with a number of medical issues, including declining cognition, diabetes, cancer, fibromyalgia, and heart disease.

Digestive Enzyme

Digestive enzymes are chemicals produced by our bodies to aid in digestion. Sometimes, the body doesn’t produce enough of these enzymes, which can result in digestive issues like bloating, gas, and constipation. The enzymes in Binto’s supplements include carbohydrase (for digesting carbohydrates and sugars), protease (for proteins), and lipose (for fats).


Our Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium probiotic strains work specifically for women's unique health needs, helping to not only improve your digestion, but also to prevent UTIs and yeast infections. We source all our probiotic strains, and prebiotic fiber, from within the USA.


N-Acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a powerful antioxidant supplement that can serve many functions in your health life cycle. NAC can help women with PCOS by improving insulin levels, balancing hormones, and regulating menstrual cycles. (Learn more here.)


Zinc is a nutrient that helps you stay healthy by enabling the immune system to fight off invading bacteria and viruses. The body also needs zinc to make proteins and DNA.

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