Many of us know that taking a multivitamin is like a good insurance policy for a healthy life. However, getting all the nutrients we need each day can be challenging. With many juggling work, child care, errands, sports and other activities on a daily basis, it is easy to forget about taking a multivitamin. Women’s Once Daily multi contains not only basic nutritional support of vitamins and minerals in one vegetarian tablet, but also key ingredients observed in studies to support female health, including a variety of herbs, plant foods, and enzymes.
Women’s Once Daily Multi-Vitamin:
Helps prevent diseases.
To get the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of nutrients.
Counteract deficiencies found in today’s foods.
Consistent daily nutrient intake.
To maintain cellular efficiency and health.
The activation of enzymes essential to cellular function, which slows the aging process.
The Benefits Of Multi-Vitamins During Pregnancy
According to an August 2006 meta-analysis published in the “Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada,” a peer-reviewed medical journal that focuses on women’s health, regular use of a multivitamin can help decrease the risk of numerous congenital anomalies in the baby. Pregnant women have a much higher vitamin needs than a non-pregnant women, because she’s supporting nutritional needs of another life. It has been well known that many remote cultures use a pre and post pregnancy special diet consisting of nutrient dense foods to support the health of the mother and growing child’s health.
Improve Your Energy
Arizona State University’s wellness office suggests students take a daily multivitamin for improved energy and a better physical response to the various stress factors that students experience during college life. Multi-vitamins contain several vitamins, such as B-complex vitamins and vitamin C, that can help improve your body’s energy levels.
Improved Cognitive Function As You Age
As you age your cognitive functioning may and probably will decrease. A study published in “Nutrition Journal” analyzed 910 women and men ages 65 or older. The study found that the use of a daily multi-vitamin assisted in the reduction of micronutrient deficiencies, and also helped to improve cognitive functioning in some of the group’s subsets, including those ages 75 and older.