Women-Specific Nutrients for Active Lifestyles
Female bodies have specific needs through menarche, childbearing, peri-menopause, and menopause. Women’s Multivitamin contains the specific nutrients, herbals, and minerals to keep women healthy and balanced throughout their lives. This product contains evening primrose, cranberry, green tea, and horsetail, as well as the powerful antioxidants lycopene, alpha lipoic acid, CoQ10, resveratrol, and grape seed extract.
Women’s Multivitamin is a premium-quality multivitamin scientifically formulated to meet a woman’s unique nutritional needs with easy to swallow softgels.
• Active forms of vitamins for better absorption and utilization
Women’s Multivitamin Is designed to help support:
• Good nutrition: Modern life puts large nutritional demands on the body. Pesticides, additives, preservatives, other chemical toxins – along with stress, poor sleep, lack of exercise, and diets high in fat and sugar all add up to a real need for nutritional assistance from a good multivitamin. 1,2
• Healthy aging: Nutritional needs increase with age and getting the nutrients you need helps to keep you healthy. 3
• Brain Health: Daily multivitamin and high antioxidants are associated with improvements in short-term memory and an overall healthier brain.4,5
• Boost mood and Energy: A good multivitamin can help give you are more energy and a better mood.6,7,8
• More muscle: Both vitamins D and vitamin B6 help support muscle function.9,10
• Longevity: Multivitamins have been shown to help improve longevity.11
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4 Grima NA, Pase MP, Macpherson H, Pipingas A. The effects of multivitamins on cognitive performance: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2012 Jan 1;29(3):561.
5 La Rue A, Koehler KM, Wayne SJ, Chiulli SJ, Haaland KY, Garry PJ. Nutritional status and cognitive functioning in a normally aging sample: a 6-y reassessment. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 1997 Jan 1;65(1):20-9.
6 Sarris J, Cox KH, Camfield DA, Scholey A, Stough C, Fogg E, Kras M, White DJ, Sali A, Pipingas A. Participant experiences from chronic administration of a multivitamin versus placebo on subjective health and wellbeing: a double-blind qualitative analysis of a randomised controlled trial. Nutr J. 2012 Dec 14;11:110.
7 Harris E, Kirk J, Rowsell R, Vitetta L, Sali A, Scholey AB, Pipingas A. The effect of multivitamin supplementation on mood and stress in healthy older men. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental. 2011 Dec 1;26(8):560-7.
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9 Pfeifer M, Begerow B, Minne HW. Vitamin D and muscle function. Osteoporosis International. 2002 Mar 1;13(3):187-94.
10 Maharam LG, Bauman PA, Kalman D, Skolnik H, Perle SM. Masters Athletes. Sports Medicine. 1999 Oct 1;28(4):273-85.
11 Xu Q, Parks CG, DeRoo LA, Cawthon RM, Sandler DP, Chen H. Multivitamin use and telomere length in women. The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2009 May 1:ajcn-26986.