Women's Best Daily Vitamins is a dietary supplement that contains essential vitamins and minerals to maintain the health and beauty of every physically active woman.
Even if you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, you may be suffering from a nutrient deficiency. Proper supply of vitamins and minerals is the basis of well-being. Daily Vitamins provides all the necessary vitamins, minerals and micronutrients to support a healthy lifestyle. Deficiency symptoms such as weakness, fatigue and exhaustion are now a thing of the past.
Why Women's Best Daily Vitamins is especially recommended for women?
The product contains a specially selected set of nutrients, taking into account the nutritional needs of the female body. It consists of the most important substances affecting mood, mood, appearance and physical health. The presence of B group vitamins perfectly supports the work of the nervous system, prevents depressive and neurotic states, relieves stress and changing moods. B group vitamins together with magnesium, copper, calcium and folic acid effectively relieve the unpleasant conditions accompanying menopause and premenstrual syndrome, such as irritability, drowsiness, headaches, bloating or breast soreness.
What is the secret of the supplement's rejuvenating effect?
Daily Vitamins contains a complex of antioxidant vitamins (A, E, C) and minerals (zinc, copper, iron, selenium) that effectively suppress the action of free radicals - aggressive chemical particles responsible for the aging of the skin and organs. In addition, the field of horse-shaped horsetail, abundant in silica, ensures the moisture content of the connective tissue, providing elasticity and elasticity to the skin.
The Women's Best Daily Vitamins include:
Magnesium - Affects the functioning of the nervous, muscular and bone systems. Magnesium is also involved in the regulation of insulin levels in the blood, which also affects body weight. In short, too low magnesium levels may disturb the processes regulating the capture of sugars (glucose) circulating in the blood. Instead of being burned in muscle, sugar is transformed into reserves in adipose tissue. Increasing the level of magnesium allows the body to efficiently transport sugars to the muscles where they are burned. Our cells (in them there is magnesium) are also more sensitive to insulin regulating the glucose metabolism in our body.Vitamin C - is of great importance for the proper functioning of the body, because it participates in many different processes that occur in it. A deficiency of vitamin C in the body may contribute to the weakening of the capillaries, and also lead to the development of anemia, as this compound increases the absorption of iron. In addition, scurvy may develop, diseases caused by oxidative damage to free radicals, asthma and changes in bones and cartilage.
Vitamin E - Vitamin E, in addition to vitamins A and C, is a powerful antioxidant that protects the body against oxidative stress and cell damage caused by free radicals. Vitamin E also takes part in the synthesis of anticoagulants, maintaining adequate permeability of cell membranes and reducing the aggregation (clumping) of platelets, and thus - counteracts clots. In addition, it participates in the protection of red blood cells, gene expression and the transmission of nerve signals throughout the body. In addition, it affects the normal muscle performance. She is also needed in pregnancy, because she is responsible for her maintenance and proper development of the fetus. In addition, vitamin E supports the proper functioning of the eyesight.
Vitamin B3 - Supplementation with this vitamin brings benefits for the immune system. Studies show that the systematic use of vitamin B3 leads to an increase in the number of neutrophils. These are white blood cells that allow the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms in the form of bacteria. Vitamin B3 also leads to improved functionality of the central nervous system. The increase in activity in the mitochondrial nuclei, which are found in the nucleus accumbens, contributes to the improvement of the mental condition of a human being, which is manifested in: increased self-confidence, reduced effects of perceived stress and reduced anxiety.
Vitamin A - A diet rich in vitamin A will not allow excessive drying and excessive scaling of the skin, rough skin. It will also reduce the loss and brittleness of hair and splitting nails. It protects eyes against cataracts, corneal and retinal cancers and so-called dust blindness, or the inability of the eye to see in the dark.
Selenium - Helps in maintaining the health of hair and nails, and even strengthens the immune system. Thanks to antioxidant properties, it protects cells against the activity of oxygen free radicals!
Vitamin B5 - Is extremely important for the skin as well as the hair. Deficiency of vitamin B5 in the body is manifested by pathological changes on the skin, such as keratosis or excessive exfoliation, pigmentation disorders as well as hair loss. Deficiency of this vitamin causes numbness in the toes.
Iron - An element that makes it possible to produce a red blood dye - hemoglobin (Hb), which has a very important function in our body: transports oxygen from the lungs to tissues, taking away carbon dioxide from them. Hemoglobin carries harmful dioxide into the lungs, from where it is removed during exhalation. There are several main causes of iron loss, characteristic of the female body. First of all, they are menstrual bleeds, especially those that are abundant and long-lasting. Second - the use of restrictive, low-calorie and low-cost diets (vegetables, fruit and dairy products themselves). The period when there is a high risk of iron deficiency anemia is pregnancy and lactation.Vitamin B6 - Vitamin B6 is a coenzyme of over 100 enzymes (a substance necessary for the proper functioning of these compounds), accelerating a series of changes in the body. Vitamin B6 is involved in the transformation of proteins, fat-soluble vitamins and tryptophan (it helps in its conversion to vitamin B3, or niacin). In addition, pyridoxine:
- effects on glycogenesis (conversion of glucose into glycogen) and glycogenolysis (glycogen degradation) in muscles
-is necessary for the production of hemoglobin (red blood pigment)
- it affects blood pressure, muscle spasms and heart function
- is responsible for the proper functioning of the nervous system
- increases the body's resistance - participates in the creation of antibodies
Vitamin D3 - The best known for its effects on the calcium economy and positive effects on bones, however, in recent years much more health properties of vitamin D have been found for practically every system in our body. Vitamin D deficiencies are also associated with deterioration of sleep quality.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) - participates in the proper functioning of the nervous system and supports the work of the cardiovascular system. It is also believed that it can affect the proper functioning of the immune system. It has also been proven that thiamine has antioxidant properties.
Zinc - Zinc acts on the body detoxifying, neutralizing the harmful effects of heavy metals - cadmium and lead. Its beneficial effects consist in improving metabolism, accelerating wound healing, improving the state of mind, protecting the eye and caring for the proper functioning of the senses. Zinc has been proven to improve the condition of the skin, hair and nails. This mineral is involved in the processing of fatty acids, which affects the regeneration of tissues - especially the skin. Thanks to it, the wounds are healed faster and they complement the defects in its tissue. The secret of the beneficial effects of zinc on appearance is also in its participation in the regulation of hormone management and the production of sebum. Zinc is, therefore, one of the basic ingredients of anti-acne ointment and creams acting on inflammatory changes on the skin (zinc ointment, zinc paste, tormentiol), which can be obtained in pharmacies without a prescription.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - Plays a basic role in metabolism, that is, converting the chemical energy of food into useful energy in the body. It enables proper fulfillment of the vit function. B6. The demand of an adult human is 1.3 mg per day (750 ml of milk), pregnant women and nursing mothers are in greater demand.
Vitamin B9 - is involved in the synthesis of nucleic acids from which DNA is produced, our genetic matrix. Thus, it regulates the growth and functioning of all cells. Folic acid with vitamin B12 also participates in the formation and maturation of red blood cells, hence has a hematopoietic effect. Without it, we are threatened with anemia. Researchers also believe that vitamin B9 probably protects the body against the development of cancer, reduces, among others, the risk of cervical cancer.
Manganese - This is an element that is necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous system. He is also responsible for strong bones. In addition, it has a strong influence on the level of libido and sexual performance.
Copper - It takes part in the synthesis of hemoglobin and together with iron it participates in transporting oxygen to every cell, especially to sensitive to hypoxia nerve tissue. The amount of copper depends on the work of the brain - the ability to think, remember, and creativity. Copper affects the transmission of nerve impulses and the level of neurotransmitters. It also facilitates the transport and absorption of iron. It increases the body's immunity and protects against free radicals. This is a very important function. As we age, the amount of free radicals in the body increases and with increasing force they attack all cells, including brain nerve cells. And this leads to their damage and even death. Copper prevents heart and circulatory diseases. It also has a bacteriostatic effect - it inhibits the growth of bacteria and destroys them. It is necessary to create melanin, a pigment that determines the color of the skin and hair. It participates in the synthesis of over 15 proteins, including collagen and elastin, which delay skin aging.Vitamin B12 - a compound whose health properties can not be overestimated. Vitamin B12, like other B vitamins, has a positive effect on mental health. It is also necessary for the proper functioning of the circulatory and digestive systems. Researchers argue that vitamin B12 can also protect against Alzheimer's disease, cancer and against mental illness. First of all, through active participation in the biosynthesis of nucleotides and choline that is part of the myelin sheath that surrounds the nerves. Therefore, in the case of vitamin B12 deficiency, there are disturbing signals from the nervous system, such as numbness and tingling sensation, especially in the lower limbs, disturbances in balance and walking. In addition, vitamin b12 participates in the process of converting proteins, fat and carbohydrates into energy. Therefore, it counteracts weakness and fatigue. In addition, it prevents memory loss and increases the possibility of concentration. Vitamin B12 also takes part in the synthesis of serotonin - a neurotransmitter that, at the right concentration, acts as an antidepressant. If the level of vitamin B12 (and hence - serotonin) is too low, irritability, fatigue and bad mood appear.
Biotin - considered a beauty vitamin, because it affects the normal condition of the skin, as well as the health of hair and nails. This is because biotin contains sulfur molecules that protect our skin and hair. Affecting them not only improves their health condition, but also delays the process of hair graying and hair loss.
To sum up, Women's Best Daily Vitamins is a comprehensive dietary supplement that supplements all necessary vitamins and minerals for the proper functioning of a woman's body.
Take one capsule with lunch and one capsule with dinner [two capsules per day]. Drink a large glass of water each time you ingest capsules.