Each Tablet Provides:
Vitamin B1 35mg
Vitamin B2 35mg
Pantothenic acid 50mg
Vitamin B6 50mg
Vitamin B12 50mcg
Vitamin C 100mg
Vitamin D3 (100 IU) 5mcg
Vitamin E (50 IU) 50mg
Folic acid 300mcg
NZ Marine collagen 50mg
Siberian ginseng root ext. equiv. dry 900mg
Grape seed ext. equiv. dry 2500mg
Also contains: Colour, natural flavour, tabletting aids.
Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
- Traditionally, Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) has been used as an aphrodisiac and energy enhancer; as well as to help improve immunity.
- Today, this herb is classed as an “adaptogen”, which means it helps the body adapt better to physical or mental stress.
- Research has shown that Siberian Ginseng helps to increase vitality, support immunity and enhance performance.
- Your body uses Calcium to build strong, healthy, dense bones.
- The Calcium in Healtheries Women’s Multi One-A-Day is chelated to help your body absorb it better.
- Your body uses Magnesium to help maintain nervous system and emotional balance.
- Magnesium helps to balance out the Calcium levels in your body. It also assists with keeping Calcium soluble, which helps to prevent Calcium deposits from forming in your heart or joint tissues.
- Magnesium can also help to relax tense or cramping muscles.
- High sugar, coffee, fat, and alcohol intake can reduce your Magnesium levels. Low Magnesium levels can then lead to irritability and anxiety.
- Your body uses Iron to produce haemoglobin, the molecule that transports oxygen to your tissues and muscles. This is why low Iron levels can affect your energy levels.
- Healtheries Women’s Multi One-A-Day uses ferrous Iron, which is easier for your body to absorb.
- Women tend to need more Iron than men, since we lose Iron each month when we menstruate.
- Low Iron levels can lead to chronic tiredness, difficulty concentrating and low immunity.
- Your body uses Folic acid to form haemoglobin and red blood cells. It also plays a role in cell growth and reproduction, and in keeping your cervix healthy.
- Your need for Folic acid levels increases when you’re pregnant, and good levels are necessary for a healthy pregnancy.
- Oral contraceptives can interfere with your ability to absorb Folic Acid.
- Biotin is a water-soluble B vitamin that helps you to metabolise the energy you get from food. It helps you to break down fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
- Evidence suggests that Biotin may help to balance blood glucose.
- Beta-Carotene is a natural antioxidant that your body converts to Vitamin A as it needs to.
B Complex vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12)
- B complex vitamins are critical for your body to metabolise carbohydrates, protein and fat into energy.
- B Vitamins should be taken as a complex because they work together.
- Oral contraceptives and Hormone Replacement Therapy can increase your need for B complex vitamins.
- Stress or poor diet can deplete your B complex vitamin levels.
- Low B complex vitamin levels can lead to tiredness, irritability, emotional imbalance, premenstrual symptoms, digestive problems, skin troubles, and difficulties coping with stress.
- Vitamin C is “the immunity vitamin”. It helps your body to build up resistance to coughs and colds; and can also help to reduce your recovery time.
- Your white blood cells (part of your immune system) need Vitamin C to function normally and help you fight off bacterial / viral infections.
- Your adrenal glands use up Vitamin C when they respond to stressful situations (e.g. sudden temperature changes, change of seasons, life stress, etc).
- Your body uses Vitamin C to make collagen – a protein that helps to form healthy skin, ligaments, tendons, bones and teeth. That’s why Vitamin C is useful when you’re healing from surgery and injury.
- Vitamin C helps your body to absorb Iron – a mineral you need for healthy red blood cells, which help to reduce fatigue and support immunity.
- Vitamin D helps your body to absorb and use the Calcium and Phosphorus from your diet.
- It may also play a role in healthy immunity.
- Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that helps to protect your body from free radical damage.
- It reduces blood coagulation, which means it can help to prevent blood clots. This makes it important (along with Selenium) for heart health.
- Iodine is an essential trace mineral that your thyroid gland uses to produce the hormones that help regulate your energy levels. New Zealand soils are low in Iodine, so if you don’t eat enough seafood or use iodised salt, you may have low Iodine levels.
- Your body uses Zinc to help it absorb and use B complex vitamins.
- Zinc also assists your body in coping with stress and fatigue, and helps to heal injuries.
- Oral contraceptives can reduce your blood plasma Zinc levels.
- Low Zinc levels can show up as stretch marks on your skin, or white spots on your fingernails.
- Selenium, a trace mineral, is a powerful natural antioxidant that helps protect your body from free radical damage. This may affect heart health, joint health and blood sugar balance.
- New Zealand has very low Selenium levels in its soil.
- Chromium is a trace mineral that your body uses to maintain balanced blood sugar and triglyceride levels.
- Chromium helps your body to metabolise energy from glucose, and plays a role in synthesising fatty acids and cholesterol. It also appears to increase the effectiveness of insulin.
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