Too bad there is no more supp information : anyone from Biotest has the vitamin and mineral profile of this powder?[/quote]
There’s no exact way to know, for the same reason there’s no exact way to know how much vitamin C is in the frozen blueberries you bought last week compared to the frozen blueberries I bought last week. There’s no way to know if there’s exactly 600mg C and 250mg magnesium per two scoops, for example, because natural foods will vary. Superfood does standardize the particular extracts of antioxidants, but that’s it.
And actually, something that even I forget pretty often, Superfood isn’t even “supposed to” be a vitamin/mineral supplement. It’s a high-potency food-based antioxidant formula. That’s what it’s supposed to be and that’s what it does. If it “accidentally” delivers some good, natural vitamins and minerals also, that’s a bonus.
Double-check the “Details” section of the Superfood page for more info on why it’s made the way it’s made:
Lots. Enough. Plenty. That should pretty much cover it. If you want to be 1,000% sure you’re taking in a specific amount of certain vitamins and minerals, consider supplementing with those specifically.