Prenatal Nutrients Solgar a unique formula providing 100% daily demand for the most important minerals and vitamins. The supplement is intended for pregnant and lactating women. The supplement provides women with the necessary nutrients to ensure optimal health for the child and mother. Folic acid protects a child against neural tube defects, calcium and vitamin D contribute to bone development. Iron reduces fatigue and provides energy. Vitamins C and E have antioxidant activity, increase immunity.
Vitamin A - a key vitamin when it comes to the health of our skin, hair and nails. That is why it is often an invaluable ingredient in skin and hair supplements. The use of vitamins is especially important for dry and acne prone skin. It helps the skin to maintain an adequate level of hydration, making the skin more elastic and soft. It also helps in the fight against signs of aging such as wrinkles. It is helpful in reducing stretch marks or symptoms of peeling skin.
Vitamin C is the basis for the structure of the skin, bones, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and valves in the heart. Ascorbic acid is a powerful antioxidant, accelerates the decomposition of harmful substances formed under the influence of intense training, also effectively protects against infections. Another advantage of this vitamin is the improvement of iron absorption and improvement of oxygen transport to cells, which clearly translates into improved muscle condition. Effective absorption of oxygen extends the time of muscle work and delays the stage of anaerobic muscle breathing causing soreness. In addition, vitamin C effectively leaches lactic acid from the muscles and thus accelerates the recovery process after training. In addition, ascorbic acid affects the release of male hormones including testosterone which is desired by athletes.
Vitamin D- together with calcium has a beneficial effect on the nervous system, prevents rickets, strengthens the heart and relieves inflammation. In addition, vitamin D regulates insulin secretion, which affects the proper level of sugar in the blood. Studies show that it stimulates the bone marrow to produce defense cells and prevents some cancers.
Vitamin E-inhibits LDL cholesterol oxidation, thanks to which it prevents the formation of atherosclerotic plaque. It actively participates in the synthesis of anticoagulants, maintaining proper permeability of cell membranes and minimizes the phenomenon of platelet aggregation, which is why it effectively prevents the formation of clots in blood vessels. Its intake is recommended for people with high blood cholesterol. It can be used in prophylaxis against myocardial infarction.
Thiamin-is very well soluble in water, which directly affects its absorption. It plays an important role in tissue respiration, including carbohydrate metabolism. This is one of the most important vitamins, whose deficiencies can lead to weakness, fatigue, eye problems (nystagmus), circulatory failure, digestive system disorders, and even in extreme cases to depression.
Riboflavin - performs important functions in the body, it is necessary for the proper functioning of the central and peripheral nervous system as well as the immune system. Together with vitamin A, it is responsible for the proper and good condition of mucous membranes, including mucous membranes of the digestive tract, skin and blood vessels. Some scientific studies report that it is involved in the formation of erythrocytes and blood.
Niacin is extremely important for the functioning of the peripheral nervous system. 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 thyroxine.
Vitamin B6- is a coenzyme for many enzymatic transformations in the body, including amino acid transamination and decarboxylation. Particularly important is its participation in the transformation of tryptophan, which produces serotonin and nicotinic acid. It is necessary 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 male libido.
Folic Acid- is involved in the synthesis of nucleic acids from which DNA is formed. Thus, it regulates the growth and functioning of all cells, necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous system and brain. In the digestive system, it helps the liver, intestines and stomach function properly, and forms gastric juice. In addition, it reduces the risk of cancer of the large intestine, stomach, and cervix. It has a calming and soothing effect on the senses.
Vitamin B12- is a vitamin responsible for the proper functioning of the nervous system, it also participates in the metabolism of proteins and fats and contributes to the proper level of homocysteine, supporting the circulatory system. Stimulates the production of serotonin - a neurotransmitter responsible for good mood. It also works directly on brain cells, protecting them from toxins.
Biotin- is part of the vitamin B group, although it is not a vitamin. It is a coenzyme that works in conjunction 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).
Panthotenic Acid-is extremely important for skin as well as hair. A deficiency of vitamin B5 in the body is manifested by pathological changes on the skin, such as keratosis or excessive peeling of the epidermis, pigmentation disorders as well as hair loss. Deficiency of this vitamin causes foot numbness.
Calcium - is the basic mineral component, affecting, among others, maintaining the body's electrolyte balance necessary for its proper functioning. It is an important component of bone tissue and is necessary for its proper development, as well as for the processes of smooth functioning of nerves, muscles and the heart.
Iron-is responsible for binding oxygen molecules by hemoglobin and transporting oxygen by blood from the lungs to all cells of the tissues and organs of the body. Iron is involved in hematopoietic processes, conditioning the proper functioning of the bone marrow, is necessary for numerous endogenous syntheses, supports the body's immunity, facilitates the removal of toxic substances by the liver.
Iodine - is responsible for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland, conditions the proper course of the process of growth and puberty.
Magnesium - bone component - stabilizes the level of calcium phosphates, which prevents their demineralization, a cofactor of many enzymes (including kinases), plays an important role in the process of muscle contraction, stimulates the body's defenses, necessary in the initial phase of the steroidogenesis process, indirectly controls the synthesis of growth hormone , insulin and insulin-like growth factor (IGF).
Zinc - necessary in the synthesis of protein and nucleic acids, directs muscle contractility, has its share in the process of insulin formation, accelerates wound healing, improves mental performance, is a cofactor for numerous enzymes.
Selenium - helps protect the body against free radicals, prevents premature aging, supports the immune system, necessary for proper growth.
Copper - a microelement that affects our well-being, appearance and health. Effectively fights the bacterium and exerts an anti-cancer effect. It ensures the proper functioning of the heart and is necessary for the construction of blood vessels. In addition, copper helps strengthen immunity, and also prevents osteoporosis.
Manganese - manganese regulates the work of the nervous system, affects fat metabolism, is involved in the metabolism of sex hormones, necessary to maintain normal bone condition.
Chromium - improves the transport of amino acids to cells, stimulates energy metabolism. For people who are slimming and exercising, an important property of chromium is its positive effect on reducing the need to reach for sweet snacks.
Potassium-is primarily responsible for controlling muscle spasms and maintaining proper blood pressure. It also plays an important role in the water and electrolyte economy. Including potassium supplements in your diet will help prevent cardiac arrhythmias and skeletal muscle relaxation. Calcium - is the basic mineral component, affecting, among others, maintaining the electrolyte balance of the body necessary for its proper functioning. It is an important component of bone tissue and is necessary for its proper development, as well as for the processes of smooth functioning of nerves, muscles and the heart.
Inositol is a natural compound necessary for the proper functioning of our body. It improves the mood, regulates the endocrine system, reduces the level of bad cholesterol and stimulates the regeneration of all tissues of our body. In addition, it is necessary for the proper functioning of the reproductive system of men and women, which is why it is sometimes called the "fertility vitamin".
Choline - participates in the process of creating and maintaining normal cell structure, controlling muscle function, respiratory system, heart function and proper brain work related to memory. Scientific research shows that choline improves long-term memory. Some specialists believe that a diet with a large amount of available choline can reduce the risk of dementia and dementia characteristic of Alzheimer's disease. Choline effectively reduces the risk of developing cancer. In addition, it participates in the regulation of lipid metabolism. It also has a beneficial effect on the functioning of the liver. It is especially recommended in conditions of solstice of the liver due to improper diet, alcohol and medications.
Soy Protein Isolate - soy protein isolate contributes to the maintenance of muscle tissue and is a supplement to protein in the daily diet of physically active people. It is a source of the most important amino acids, among others: leucine, arginine, lysine, serine, proline, valine, alanine, glycine.
4 tablets a day