Legion Triumph Daily Multivitamin (For Women)
We believe that everyone—yes, everyone—can benefit from taking a good multivitamin every day.
No matter how “clean” their diet is . . .
No matter how much they exercise . . .
And no matter how hardy their genes are . . .
A high-quality multivitamin can help them in a few ways:
It can plug nutritional “holes” in their diets, which are very common even among people who eat plenty of “healthy” foods.
It can boost the intake of certain vitamins and minerals that can benefit health and wellness at higher doses, like B vitamins, zinc, and chromium.
It can provide a number of beneficial ingredients that are difficult or impossible to obtain from food, like grape seed extract, acetylcysteine, and CoQ10.
That’s why we created Triumph.
It’s a sports multivitamin that enhances overall health and performance and fights off stress, fatigue, and overtraining.
That is, Triumph helps produce a healthier, happier body that’s more resistant to stress, sickness, and disease.
There are also two versions of Triumph: one for men and one for women.
This way, we can better meet people's exact nutritional needs and further optimize their physiologies with ingredients known to benefit men and women specifically.
The reason it’s so effective is simple:
Every ingredient is backed by peer-reviewed scientific research and is included at clinically effective levels.
That means the ingredients and doses in Triumph are based on published scientific research demonstrating real benefits, not the restrictions of razor-thin production budgets or gluttonous profit margins.
In other words, while everyone claims to have the best sports multivitamin on the market, we can actually back it up with real science and real numbers.
So, if you want to improve your mental and physical performance, boost your resistance to stress, sickness, and disease, and enhance your mood . . . you want to try Triumph today.
You won’t be disappointed.
In fact, if you don’t absolutely love Triumph, just let us know and we’ll give you a full refund on the spot. No form or return necessary.
You really can’t lose, so order now and get to enjoy a healthier, happier body that’s more resistant to stress, sickness, and disease.ADD TO CART
Ideally, we’d get all of the vitamins and minerals we need from the food we eat.
Due to the nature of the average Western diet, however, we tend to be deficient in certain vitamins and minerals.
For example, according to research conducted by scientists at Colorado State University and published in 2005, at least half the US population fails to meet the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin B-6, vitamin A, magnesium, calcium, and zinc, and 33% of the population doesn’t meet the RDA for folate. 
What to do, then? How can we easily ensure our bodies get enough essential vitamins and minerals?
Enter the multivitamin supplement.
The idea of a supplement that can prevent nutritional deficiencies and mitigate the harmful effects of some of our less-than-healthy habits is great in theory.
It would create a “safety buffer” or “insurance policy” for our general health.
Unfortunately, most multivitamins can’t even get this right, let alone provide additional benefits.
Instead, the average multivitamin is formulated without rhyme or reason, providing random amounts of a variety of micronutrients, including ones we don’t even need to be supplementing.
This is undesirable for a couple of reasons.
First, in many cases, if you’re not deficient in a vitamin or mineral, adding more of it into your diet won’t benefit you in any meaningful way.
Furthermore, many multivitamins contain potentially harmful super-doses of certain vitamins and minerals.
For example, high doses of vitamin A (retinol) can actively harm the liver by cutting off its blood supply, and research suggests that regular supplementation of vitamin E above 400 IU per day may increase the risk of all-cause mortality. 
Another problem with many multivitamins is the specific forms of vitamins and minerals they contain.
Oftentimes, supplement companies choose cheap, less effective forms to save money or needlessly expensive forms that make for good marketing but aren’t any better than cheaper forms.
A good example of this is natural versus synthetic ingredients.
It’s often assumed that the more expensive natural forms of vitamins, including whole-food sources, are automatically better than their cheaper synthetic counterparts. Some supplement companies even claim that synthetic vitamins are outright harmful.
The truth, however, is not all natural vitamins are better than synthetic forms, and not all synthetic forms are “bad.”
Some natural vitamins have unique properties that synthetic forms don’t, such as vitamin E, and some synthetic vitamins outperform their natural counterparts, such as synthetic folic acid, which is absorbed better than natural folate. 
Yet another issue with many multivitamins is any additional ingredients beyond the vitamins and minerals either have no proven benefits or are under-dosed.
These extras are often claimed to do all kinds of things like increase anabolism, optimize hormones, neutralize free radicals, aid in digestion and nutrient absorption, support the liver, boost the immune system, nourish bones and joints, improve cognitive abilities, and more.
The scientific literature tells another story, however.
In some cases, there’s little or no scientific evidence that the substances included can do what’s being claimed, and in others, the doses used in clinical research are 5, 10, or even 15 to 20 times higher than what’s included.
To make matters worse, these additional ingredients are often bundled up into “proprietary blends,” which makes it impossible to know how much of each is in a serving.
When we set out to create Triumph, then, we knew we had to go about it very differently.
Specifically, our goal was to create a multivitamin that not only helped meet general nutritional needs, but also provided a number of benefits particularly important to people living an active lifestyle, including . . .
- Improving physical performance
- Improving overall physical health including heart health, blood flow and pressure, cholesterol profile, insulin sensitivity, and more
- Improving mental health including memory, cognition, and well-being
- Alleviating the physical stress caused by intense exercise
- Easing mental stress
- Enhancing immune function
- Enhancing longevity
We started with conducting an extensive review of the scientific literature to determine optimal doses of 21 different essential vitamins and minerals for the average male and female Western dieters.
In other words, we wanted to ensure Triumph provided the right micronutrients in the right amounts so it could effectively plug common nutritional holes and improve health without increasing the risk of disease or dysfunction.
Next, we reviewed a wide variety of herbs, amino acids, plant extracts, and other natural substances known to improve physical performance, heart health, blood flow, insulin sensitivity, mental health, immune function, longevity, and more.
We then carefully chose a handful that safely delivers consistent results, such as acetylcysteine, olive leaf extract, grape seed extract, CoQ10, alpha-lipoic acid, and fucoxanthin.
The result is the most well-researched and potent multivitamin on the market.
That’s why we hear every day from customers who report more energy, mental clarity, and focus, less stress, and improved mood and workout recovery.
Many just sum it up as “feeling better overall.”
And this is exactly what we expected because when you enhance some of the body’s most important physiological mechanisms, everything just runs better.
Let’s take a look at the formulation for women, starting with the essential vitamins and minerals.
And in case you’re wondering, the “how much your body needs” information is based on RDA and Adequate Intake numbers established by the Institute of Medicine and are for female adults age 18 and older. 
Vitamin A comes in several forms—retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several carotenoids—and helps maintain good vision, immune and reproductive health, and normal function of the heart, lungs, kidneys, and other organs.
Triumph contains 1,500 IU (900 micrograms) of vitamin A (as carotenoids) per serving.
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)
Vitamin B12 helps keep the nervous system and blood cells healthy and is involved in the production of DNA and in the metabolism of food.
B12 deficiencies are rare and tend to occur only in vegan diets where all animal products and B12 supplements are omitted over the course of 2 years or more. 
Triumph contains 600 micrograms of vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin) per serving.
We’ve included additional B12 in Triumph because research shows higher doses are associated with improvements in depressive symptoms and thought to support general cognitive function when paired with folic acid. 
Vitamin B9 (Folate)
Vitamin B9 plays an important role in the creation and proper functioning of cells and is vital for proper fetal development.
Triumph contains 200 micrograms of vitamin B9 per serving (as 5-methyltetrahydrofolate).
We’ve included half of the RDA of vitamin B9 in each serving of Triumph because in some people with a genetically elevated risk for colon cancer, vitamin B9 may act as a co-carcinogen (increasing the efficacy of other carcinogens in the colon). 
This is a risk we simply don’t need to take since there are no good reasons to supplement with a large amount of vitamin B9 (there are plenty of dietary sources of vitamin B9, including legumes, asparagus, eggs, leafy greens, nuts and seeds, and more).
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
Vitamin B6 is involved in more than 100 biological processes in the body, mostly related to the metabolism of food and the production of hormones and red blood cells.
Triumph contains 15 milligrams of vitamin B6 (as pyrodoxine hydrochloride) per serving.
Vitamin B6 is often claimed to positively impact serotonin, dopamine, and testosterone mechanisms and immune function, but these benefits have yet to be proven in humans.
That said, we’ve included additional B6 in Triumph in hopes that at least some of these properties pan out in further research.
We’ve also ensured each serving of Triumph provides far less B6 than the lowest dose known to produce toxicity (200 milligrams).
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Pantothenic acid is a B vitamin that plays an important role in the metabolism of food and the development of the nervous system, certain hormones, and red blood cells.
Triumph contains 100 milligrams of pantothenic acid (as calcium pantothenate) per serving.
We’ve included additional pantothenic acid in Triumph because it may improve the production of cellular energy, and there’s no known risk of toxicity.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
Like other water-soluble B vitamins, niacin is essential for the conversion of food into cellular energy.
It also helps improve the cholesterol profile and maintain healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver and nervous system function.
Triumph contains 100 milligrams of niacin (as inositol hexanicotinate) per serving.
We’ve included additional niacin in Triumph because it can safely improve the cholesterol profile.
Vitamin B7 (Biotin)
Biotin is a B vitamin that plays an important role in the growth of cells and the metabolism of food.
Triumph contains 300 micrograms of biotin per serving.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Riboflavin is a B vitamin that helps convert food to energy, maintain healthy hair, skin, muscles, eyes, and support immune and brain function.
Triumph contains 20 milligrams of riboflavin per serving.
We’ve included riboflavin at the standard, safe dose found in many B-vitamin complexes.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
Thiamin is a B vitamin that helps with the metabolism of food and plays a role in nerve signalling and muscle contraction.
Triumph contains 30 milligrams of thiamin (as thiamin hydrochloride) per serving.
Thiamin is another B vitamin that we’ve included at a level significantly higher than the RDA to safely provide all possible benefits of a standard B-vitamin complex.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps maintain healthy tissues, teeth, and gums, promotes wound healing, and boosts immune function.
Triumph contains 90 milligrams of vitamin C per serving (as ascorbic acid).
Vitamin D plays a vital role in immune and nervous system function and bone density.
As you may know, our body can’t produce vitamin D without sun exposure.  When our skin is exposed to the sun’s UVB rays, they interact with a form of cholesterol in the body to produce vitamin D.
According to research conducted by scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and published in 2011, 8% of Americans are vitamin D deficient and 25% are considered “at-risk” of a deficiency. 
According to other research, however, deficiency may be as high as 42%. 
According to a review of the vitamin D literature conducted by a committee of scientists from the U.S. Endocrine Society and published in 2011, 600 to 1,000 IU per day is adequate for ages 1 to 18, and 1,500 to 2,000 IU per day is adequate for ages 19+. 
Triumph contains 2,000 IU of vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) per serving.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps keep free radicals under control and prevent cellular damage.
It has traditionally been supplemented in high amounts in the mistaken belief that more antioxidants are always better. Despite a recommended daily intake of only 15 milligrams (around 22 IU), doses ranging from 200 to 1,000 IU have been commonly used in multivitamins for some time now.
Such super-doses have no benefits unique to vitamin E, and ironically, often reduce levels of two forms of vitamin E that do have unique protective properties in the body, gamma-tocopherol and gamma-tocotrienol.
Thus, superloading vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol in particular) can be harmful, and this helps explain why epidemiological studies have noted increased rates of mortality with doses above 400 IU per day. 
Triumph contains 25 IU (17.5 milligrams) of vitamin E (as mixed natural tocopherols) per serving.
We’ve included slightly more vitamin E in Triumph than the RDA to counter deficiencies and provide a small safety buffer, but not enough to reduce gamma forms or risk toxicity.
Vitamin K refers to substances known as quinones, which are divided into phylloquinone, or vitamin K1, and a class of menaquinones known as vitamin K2, or MK-x.
Quinones were once thought to be responsible for the prevention of excessive bleeding and little else, but we now know they have much wider-reaching effects in the body, including cardiovascular health, bone density, insulin sensitivity, and more.
While vitamin K is recommended at around 100 micrograms per day to prevent excessive bleeding, intakes of up to 1,000 micrograms appear to cause dose-dependent benefits related to bone health. 
Triumph contains 500 micrograms of vitamin K1 (as phylloquinone) and 100 micrograms of vitamin K2 (as MK-7) per serving.
We’ve included more vitamin K than the RDA in each serving of Triumph because, like vitamin D, while the RDA is adequate for basic needs, it may not be optimal. 
Zinc is a mineral used to create enzymes, proteins, and cells, release vitamin A from the liver, and regulate immune function.
Triumph contains 30 milligrams of zinc (as zinc citrate) per serving.
We’ve included more zinc than the RDA for two reasons:
It’s known to be required in higher levels by athletes due to excessive sweating, as many dietary minerals are lost through perspiration.
We’ve included the normal amount of zinc found in ZMA supplements, which are popular among athletes. Thus, if you currently take ZMA, you can simply replace it with Triumph.
Furthermore, this dose of zinc provides enough to reap all its health benefits while also avoiding potential negative side effects associated with long-term supplementation with higher amounts.
Calcium is most well known as a vital constituent of bone, but also serves as a vital electrolyte in the body.
Triumph contains 8 milligrams of calcium (as calcium pantothenate) per serving.
Triumph contains little calcium for two reasons:
Adding the RDA would’ve required two additional pills per serving.
A high level of calcium can reduce both magnesium and zinc absorption rates when taken at the same time (and Triumph contains both magnesium and zinc).
Calcium isn’t a common deficiency among gymgoers as dairy products they often eat, including whey and casein protein, are rich in it.
Thus, we felt it made the most sense to more or less leave calcium out of Triumph and let people supplement with it separately if needed.
Magnesium is a mineral involved in more than 300 biological processes, including muscle contraction, protein synthesis, nerve function, blood clotting, blood pressure regulation, and bone health.
Triumph contains 200 milligrams of magnesium (as magnesium gluconate) per serving.
We included less magnesium than the RDA for two reasons:
Including the RDA would have required an additional pill per serving.
We chose the most bioavailable form of magnesium and included more than enough to supplement an already healthy diet.
Additionally, similar to zinc, we’ve included enough magnesium for Triumph to serve as both a multivitamin and ZMA formulation.
Selenium is a mineral that helps maintain reproductive health, metabolize thyroid hormones, synthesize DNA, and protect the body from free radical damage and infection.
Triumph contains 25 micrograms of selenium (as selenomethionine) per serving.
We’ve included approximately half the RDA of selenium in each serving of Triumph because deficiencies are rare, general intake is highly variable, and high doses are undesirable in people who already have enough selenium in their diets.
Iodine is a mineral required to create thyroid hormones, which control the body’s metabolism, temperature, muscle function, and overall growth and development.
The most common source of iodine is table salt, and when you minimize salt intake or exclude it from your diet, the only other viable sources of iodine are seaweed or animal products that retain iodine through processing.
Thus, the omission of animal products and table salt from the diet without the intentional consumption of seaweed is a common cause of iodine deficiencies.
Triumph contains 225 micrograms of iodine (as potassium iodide) per serving.
We’ve included a slightly more iodine than the RDA in each serving of Triumph because it’s lost through sweat. 
Chromium is a mineral known to enhance the effects of insulin in the body, and it also appears to be involved in the metabolism of food.
Triumph contains 200 micrograms of chromium (as chromium picolinate) per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because it not only ensures sufficiency but also safely provides additional benefits, including an immunosupportive effect.
Iron is a mineral vital to the proper function of red blood cells, which transport oxygen throughout the body, as well as other important physiological processes including creating energy from nutrients and transmitting nerve impulses.
It’s also commonly deficient in physically active women (and especially athletes), which can lead to a number of negative side effects including physical weakness, fatigue, loss of menstruation, and other symptoms related to female athlete triad.
Triumph contains 10 milligrams of iron per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because it’s enough to significantly bolster iron intake but not so much as to upset the stomach or risk toxicity.
Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is a molecule produced by the body and found in several foods, including yeast, liver, kidney, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes.
It acts as an antioxidant and can increase the activity of other antioxidants by influencing a protein known as Nrf2, which is also influenced by other powerful antioxidants like resveratrol and curcumin.
That’s why research shows that supplementation with alpha-lipoic acid supports levels of an antioxidant known as glutathionein the body, which occurs in all cells and is a primary defence against oxidative damage.
The clinically effective dose of ALA is between 400 and 600 milligrams for improving diabetic neuropathy.
Triumph contains 90 milligrams of alpha-lipoic acid per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because although it’s not enough to treat diabetic neuropathy, that wasn’t our intention.
Instead, we wanted to include ALA to provide general health benefits as well as amplify the effects of CoQ10, which is also in Triumph, and 90 milligrams accomplishes this.
Grape Seed Extract
Grape seed extract is a substance derived from the ground-up seeds of red wine grapes that has long been used in European medicine.
It contains a powerful antioxidant known as procyanidin B2, which remains in the body for much longer than other similar molecules, providing sustained benefits. 
This is why research shows that supplementation with grape seed extract . . .
- Reduces the risk of heart disease 
- Improves blood glucose control 
- Improves blood flow to the extremities, which can reduce the appearance of varicose veins 
- May protect eye health 
- May have anti-cancer activities 
The clinically effective dose of grape seed extract is between 75 and 300 milligrams.
Triumph contains 150 milligrams of grape seed extract per serving.
Maca is a plant native to Peru that has been cultivated for thousands of years for its root, which was an integral part of the diet and commerce of the ancient Incan civilization.
It contains several types of molecules known as alkaloids, which cause a number of positive effects in the body and are responsible for maca’s beneficial effects.
Specifically, research shows that supplementation with maca . . .
- Improves subjective sense of well-being 
- Improves sexual function in men and women 
- Improves libido in men and women 
- Helps preserve joint health 
- Can reduce feelings of anxiety and nonclinical depression 
The clinically effective dose of maca extract is between 1 and 3 grams.
Triumph contains 500 milligrams of maca extract per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because it’s enough to support sexual health and well-being but not so much as to produce an aphrodisiac effect, which, alongside tribulus terrestris, could be quite significant.
Tribulus terrestris is a herb that has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine to promote male sexual wellness, health, and virility.
It contains molecules known as saponins, which can mimic the effect of various steroid hormones in the body.
The clinically effective dose of tribulus terrestris is between 500 and 750 milligrams, depending on saponin content.
Triumph contains 500 milligrams of tribulus terrestris (standardized to contain 45% saponins) per serving.
Vitex agnus castus (also known as chasteberry) is a shrub native to the Mediterranean and Central Asia.
Research shows that supplementation with vitex agnus-castus alleviates and can even mostly eliminate side effects of menstruation including cramping, breast tenderness, headaches, anxiety, and irritability.
The clinically effective dose of vitex agnus-castus is between 150 and 250 milligrams of dry fruit.
Triumph contains 63 milligrams of vitex agnus-castus extract (providing the equivalent of 250 milligrams of dry fruit) per serving.
N-acetyl L-cysteine is a form of the amino acid cysteine that has been used in conventional medicine for more than thirty years.
It’s a reliable way to increase levels of an antioxidant known as glutathione in the body, which occurs in all cells and is a primary defence against oxidative damage.
This is why research shows that supplementation with N-acetyl L-cysteine . . .
- Has protective effects on the liver
- Reduces the decline in physical performance seen with repeated strenuous training 
- Limits the accumulation and damage of toxic minerals in the body 
The clinically effective dose of N-acetyl L-cysteine is between 200 and 2,400 milligrams, with lower amounts used for supporting glutathione production and higher ones for mitigating cognitive disorders.
Triumph contains 250 milligrams of N-acetyl L-cysteine per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because it provides the primary benefits we’re after without affecting cognition, which is common with higher doses.
Olive Leaf Extract
Olive leaf extract comes from the leaves of the olive plant, which has been used in European and Middle Eastern medicine for many centuries.
It contains an antioxidant known as oleuropein, which can enter the mitochondria in cells and protect them against oxidative damage.
This is why research shows that supplementation with olive leaf extract improves the cholesterol profile and helps prevent age-related and oxidative-stress-related processes such as osteoporosis. 
The clinically effective dose of olive leaf extract is between 10 and 1,000 milligrams.
Triumph contains 80 milligrams of olive leaf extract per serving.
We chose this amount per serving because it’s all you need to reap most of the benefits that olive leaf extract has to offer.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a substance found in every cell of the body that functions as an antioxidant and helps with the production of cellular energy.
CoQ10 occurs naturally in a wide variety of foods, but it’s particularly high in organ meats such as heart, liver, and kidney.
Research shows that supplementation with CoQ10 . . .
- Improves heart health and function and reduces the risk of heart disease 
- Protects sperm structure and function 
- Reduces inflammation in the body 
- Enhances the activity of antioxidant enzymes 
- Reduces hypertension (high blood pressure) 
The clinically effective dose of CoQ10 is between 50 and 200 milligrams, with the majority of benefits seen at 90 milligrams.
Triumph contains 90 milligrams of CoQ10 (as ubiquinol) per serving.
Fucoxanthin is a vitamin A-like molecule known as a carotenoid, and it’s found primarily in brown seaweed.
It enters cells and produces an effect known as uncoupling, which increases the energy requirements of mitochondria.
This is why research shows that supplementation with fucoxanthin . . .
- May help with weight loss 
- Inhibits the absorption of glucose into fat cells while augmenting its uptake into muscle cells 
The clinically effective dose of fucoxanthin is between 2.4 and 8 milligrams.
Triumph contains 8 milligrams of fucoxanthin per serving.
Zeaxanthin is a vitamin A-like molecule known as a carotenoid, and it’s found in egg yolks as well as a wide variety of plants and fruits.
Like all carotenoids, it’s an antioxidant but is unique in that it can access areas of the body that others can’t, including the brain and eyes.
The clinically effective dose of zeaxanthin is between 4 and 8 milligrams.
Triumph contains 6 milligrams of zeaxanthin per serving.
Lutein is a vitamin A-like molecule known as a carotenoid, and it’s found in a number of foods including broccoli, spinach, kale, corn, kiwi fruit, grapes, zucchini, and squash.
Like all carotenoids, it’s an antioxidant but is unique in that it can access areas of the body that others can’t, including the brain and eyes.
The clinically effective dose of lutein is between 4 and 8 milligrams.