Multivitamin for woman is a special formula for women with antioxidants and vitamins in the maximum doses, minerals and micronutrients needed for "active women". The composition also contains amino acids. Particularly valuable is that we deliver 500 mg of calcium daily for healthy bones and 80 mg of vitamin B complex.
Vitamin A- Vitamin A is a key vitamin when it comes to the health of our skin, hair and nails. That is why it is often an invaluable component of skin and hair supplements. The use of vitamin is particularly important for dry and acne-prone skin. It helps the skin to maintain an adequate level of hydration, thanks to which the skin is more elastic and soft. It also helps in the fight against signs of aging such as wrinkles. It proves helpful in reducing stretch marks or signs of flaking.
Vitamin C- is the basis for building the skin, bones, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and heart valves. Ascorbic acid is a powerful antioxidant, accelerates the breakdown of harmful substances formed under the influence of intense training, effectively protects against infections. Another advantage of this vitamin is the improvement of iron absorption and the improvement of oxygen transport to the cells, which translates into an improvement in muscle condition. The effective absorption of oxygen extends the working time of the muscles and delays the anaerobic breathing phase of the muscles causing the formation of sourdough. In addition, vitamin C effectively leaches lactic acid from the muscles and thus speeds up the regeneration process after training. In addition, ascorbic acid affects the release of male hormones, including testosterone, which is desirable by athletes.
Vitamin E - inhibits the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, thus preventing the formation of atherosclerotic plaque. It actively participates in the synthesis of anticoagulants, maintains the proper permeability of cell membranes and minimizes the phenomenon of clumping of platelets, therefore it effectively prevents the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels. It is recommended for people who have high blood cholesterol. It can be used in prophylaxis against myocardial infarction. Research carried out so far has shown that vitamin E has an anti-cancer effect. Her high doses support the action of insulin and normalize the level of glucose in the blood.
Thiamin- vitamin B1 is very well soluble in water, which directly affects its bioavailability. It plays an important role in tissue breathing processes, including metabolic carbohydrate metabolism. It is one of the most important vitamins, which deficiencies can lead to weakness, fatigue, problems with eyes (nystagmus), circulatory insufficiency, disorders of the digestive system, and even in extreme cases to depression.
Riboflavin - her role in the body is very wide - it not only takes part in the formation of blood cells, but also in the process of converting proteins, fats and carbohydrates into energy. The deficit may, therefore, be associated with a reduction in the efficiency of basic physiological processes.
Niacin- increases the activity of mitochondria. In addition, it contributes to the proper maintenance of cholesterol in the blood, and also participates in the synthesis of sex hormones: insulin, cortisol and thyroxin. Niacin supplementation also benefits 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 PP 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 B6- is a coenzyme of many enzymatic changes in the body including transamination and decarboxylation of amino acids. Particularly important is its participation in the transformation of tryptophan, which produces serotonin and nicotinic acid. It is essential in the process of phosphorylation, affects glycogenesis and glycogenolysis in muscles, plays an important role in immune and hematopoietic processes. It reduces the secretion of prolactin, which has a negative effect on men's libido. Symptoms of pyridoxine deficiency are nonspecific: skin lesions, inflammation of tongue and oral mucosa, seizures, microcytic anemia, non-pigmented or megaloblastic, polyneuritis, depression. Its lack may favor the development of oxalate urolithiasis. Pyridoxine is well absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract
Folic Acid - folic acid exerts an important effect on health because it reduces the risk of anemia and helps in concentration and suppresses the feeling of chronic fatigue.
Vitamin B12 - belongs to a group of vitamins that are soluble in water. It is known under other names: cobalamin or cyanocobalamin. It is not a single substance but a chemical compound containing, inter alia, cobalt. Deficiencies of vitamin B12 are particularly dangerous and concern mainly the mental sphere, the nervous system and the hematopoietic system. Vitamin B12 acts as a non-protein component of the enzyme necessary for its activity in the production of monoamine neurotransmitters important for the brain: dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine. Cobalamin deficiency results in impaired synthesis of these important neurotransmitters, which may result in limitations in the ability of cells to communicate in the central nervous system. This is manifested by a worse mood, lower energy and sleep problems. In addition, dopamine deficiency is the cause of the development of Parkinson's disease. The appropriate level of vitamin B12 is therefore extremely important for the proper functioning of the brain.
Biotin - is part of the vitamin B group, although it is not a vitamin. It is a coenzyme that works in combination with vitamins. It is necessary for the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. As a coenzyme, it participates in many processes and is used by every cell in the body. Biotin is involved in energy metabolism and plays an important role in the use of glucose. It is necessary for the growth and replication of cells and allows the creation and maintenance of chemical structures of keratin (the main protein found in hair and nails). Biotin is soluble in water and its excess is eliminated in the urine.
Calcium - is the basic mineral component, affecting, among other things, the electrolyte balance of the body necessary for its proper functioning. It is an important component of bone tissue and is essential for its proper development as well as for the efficient functioning of nerves, muscles and the heart.
Iodine - is responsible for the proper functioning of the thyroid, determines the proper course of the process of growth and maturation.
Iron - an element that makes it possible to produce a red blood dye - hemoglobin (Hb), which plays a very important role 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, fruits and dairy products themselves). The period when there is a high risk of iron deficiency anemia is pregnancy and lactation.
Magnesium - bone component - stabilizes the level of calcium phosphates which prevents their demineralisation, cofactor of many enzymes (including kinases), plays an important role in the muscle contraction process, stimulates the body's defenses, necessary in the initial stage of the steroidogenesis process, indirectly controls the synthesis of growth hormone , insulin and insulin-like growth factor (IGF).
Zinc- plays an important role in maintaining the acid-base balance. It ensures the correct function of the prostate and reproductive organs. Studies have shown that zinc has a significant effect on brain function. It is necessary to maintain the optimal concentration of vitamin A in the blood and its consumption by tissues.
Selenium - helps protect the body against free radicals, prevents premature aging, supports the immune system, necessary for proper growth.
Chromium - affects the production of insulin, promotes glycogen synthesis, increases the concentration of glucose in the muscles, regulates cholesterol.
ALA is a natural organic compound from the group of carboxylic acids, which plays an important role in the removal of free radicals, it also has the ability to chelate metal ions, which facilitates the process of removing heavy metals from the body. Alpha-lipoic acid actively promotes slimming, which promotes the loss of excessive kilos, further reducing excessive appetite and uncontrollable hunger pangs.
Lycopene - a strong neutralizer of free radicals, prevents cardiovascular diseases, normalizes blood pressure, reduces the level of bad cholesterol and increases the permeability of the arteries. Lycopene effectively inhibits the action of 5 alpha reductase, which causes disorders of hormone metabolism and causes gynecomastia.
Green Tea- catechins contained in green tea inhibit the enzyme called catechol O-methyl transferase or COMT, which actually breaks down the fat-burning hormone norepinephrine. Because green tea is rich in catechin helps raise the level of norepinephrine, keep it at an elevated level and prolong thermo genesis. It has also been shown that there is a synergistic interaction between caffeine in green tea and catechins (in particular EGCG) in green tea, which increases the body's use of calories as energy. In addition, it was found that the combination of caffeine and EGCG in green tea significantly increases the resting metabolic rate.
2 capsules a day.