YES but not a synthetic one (huh dangerous); the nutrients should be whole or plant based… so look for those words on the label.
”Of course, a healthful diet based on whole plant foods is our best protection against chronic disease. In addition to vitamins and minerals, a diet of colorful natural plant foods provides us with thousands of beneficial phytochemicals. But there are some nutrients that are lacking even in an ideal diet, and deficiencies can undermine your health. Also, we cannot be sure that we are getting the precise optimal amounts of vitamins and minerals every day from our diet – especially since absorption efficiency and utilization of nutrients varies from person to person. A high quality multivitamin can fill these gaps, ensuring that we get adequate amounts of essential micronutrients,” – Dr. Fuhrman