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While there are many vitamins for women, very few are specially formulated to address their health and nutrition needs during different stages of their lives. Women's Optimal Multi is a multivitamin for women of childbearing age can take without the complications that sometimes come with herbs.
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While there are many vitamins for women, very few are specially formulated to address their health and nutrition needs during different stages of their lives. Women's Optimal Multi is a multivitamin for women of childbearing age can take without the complications that sometimes come with herbs. This vitamin for women also supports bone health,∗ as females are five times more likely than males to face bone density issues.
In this special formula for women, iron is an important ingredient. Women lose about 1 mg of iron daily, and as much as 2.5 percent more when menstruating. For pregnant woman, iron totaling about 700 mg is needed daily. For men and women, iron levels must be maintained or iron deficiency anemia can develop. About 3% of women between the ages of 12 and 49 have that condition. (1)
This multivitamin for women contains 50% of the daily value of iron in each daily dosage. Especially for women, iron intake supports good health as it assists with the formulation of healthy red blood cells. (2)∗
With a female’s health in mind, the vitamin for women contains calcium. It is needed because the body is constantly breaking down and rebuilding bone. Women between the ages of 19 and 50 need 1,000 mg each day. (3) This multivitamin for women delivers 750 mg of that in a daily dosage.
Similarly, this multivitamin for women contains Vitamin D because it contributes to bone strength.∗ Vitamin D is found naturally in only a few foods, so it is often added to products such as milk and dietary supplements. Proper levels create optimum conditions for bone formation.∗ Women under 50 need at least 200 IU daily. (5) This vitamin for women contains 800 IU in a daily dosage. Vitamin D also promotes the intestinal absorption of the calcium. And the ingredient in this vitamin for women performs other functions, including the regulation of concentrations of serum calcium and phosphates in the blood.∗
The multivitamin for women contains magnesium for bone strength. The mineral is involved in calcium homeostasis and the formation of hydroxylapatite, which makes up about 70% of bone. Magnesium helps build strong bones by converting vitamin D to its active form and setting in motion key enzymes that stimulate bone cells. The mineral also contributes to calcium absorption. A daily dosage of magnesium in this vitamin for women contains 63% of the daily value. As an added benefit, magnesium supports immune system health.∗
The antioxidant vitamins A, C and E in this multivitamin for women assist in a variety of important functions that support good health. Vitamin A, in the form of beta-carotene and retinyl palmitate, fights free radicals and their effects on the body. Regular dosages of the antioxidant supplement also contribute to eye health. A lack of vitamin A has been linked to eye problems that can lead to a decrease in vision. This vitamin for women delivers 200% of the daily value of in each daily dosage. Vitamin A works with other ingredients in this multivitamin for women to help the body’s efforts to fight against the deleterious effects of oxidative stress.∗
The 500 mg of Vitamin C in a daily dosage of this vitamin for women can help fight free radicals. Supplemental vitamin C has been shown to be effective in promoting eye health by protecting the proteins of the eye lens from oxidation, in hunting free radicals in the retina, and in promoting health in the cornea. (6) Vitamin C works with the other ingredients to help protect the body against free radical damage.∗
A third antioxidant in this multivitamin for women, Vitamin E, neutralizes free radicals that detract from good health. Each daily dosage of this vitamin for women delivers 400% of the daily value. Vitamin E has also been shown to play a role in immune function and DNA protection. (7-8) Vitamin E can also support eye health. Some studies have found that lens clarity was greater in regular users of vitamin E supplements and in persons with higher blood levels of vitamin E. (9) The natural form of vitamin E is believed to be twice as effective as an antioxidant vitamin as synthetic vitamin E.∗
Vitamins B6 and B12 in this multivitamin for women contribute to good health. The same vitamin for women with folic acid helps maintain normal homocysteine levels. 11) Research has shown that too much homocysteine in the blood may be detrimental to good health. Vitamin B12 in this multivitamin for women works with antioxidant vitamins to minimize damage to body cell walls. And the ingredient in this vitamin for women plays a role in energy production by regulating the metabolism of body cells.∗
Niacin, another B vitamin in this multivitamin for women, supports the proper functioning of skin and nerves, and aids in digestion. Biotin, which belongs to the same vitamin B group, is part of this vitamin for women because its supports formation of fatty acids and glucose. They are broken down in the body for energy.∗
Folic acid in this multivitamin for women can also support a healthy pregnancy. In fact, the requirement for folic acid doubles during pregnancy. The FDA permits the following health claim: healthful diets with adequate folate may reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a brain or spinal cord birth defect. Since Folic Acid is needed for healthy DNA synthesis, it is also especially important in the first trimester of pregnancy to provide maximum benefits to mother and child. The safe upper limit of daily intake value of 1,000 mcg (1 mg). (14) This vitamin for women contains 200%, or 800 mcg, of the daily value in each daily dosage.∗
One study suggests that adequate Vitamin B12 levels support the functioning of folic acid. (12) Another study says that improving vitamin B12 intakes might result in higher functioning of the enzyme methionine synthase that converts homocysteine to methionine. (13)∗ This vitamin for women contains over 800% of the daily value of B12 in each daily dosage.The B vitamins in this multivitamin for women are dispersed throughout the body. They are not stored to any appreciable extent, and so taking this vitamin for women every day replenishes these essential ingredients.
The zinc in this multivitamin for women has also been shown to support eye health and immune function. Zinc is recommended for individuals diagnosed as being at high-risk for age-related vision loss. A study that established age-related vision loss as a “nutrition-responsive disorder” found that a daily intake of 40 to 80 mg per day of zinc and antioxidants helped slow the progression of age-related vision loss. (10) A daily dosage of this vitamin for women supplies 17 mg of zinc. A daily intake is required because the body has no mechanism for storing the element. Zinc also helps brings vitamin A from the liver to the retina in order to produce melanin, a protective pigment in the eyes.
This women's multivitamin is designed for individuals ages 13 and older. Take two tablets twice a day. Each bottle of the vitamin for women contains a month’s supply of 120 tablets.
|Amount Per Serving||% DAILY VALUE|
|Vitamin A (Beta Carotene & Retinyl Palmitate)||10,000 UI||200%|
|Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)||500 mg||833%|
|Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)||800 IU||200%|
|Vitamin E (d-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate)||120 IU||400%|
|Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine Mononitrate)||10 mg||667%|
|Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin)||10 mg||588%|
|Vitamin B-3 (as Niacin)||40 mg||200%|
|Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine HCL)||10 mg||500%|
|Folic Acid||800 mcg||200%|
|Vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalamin)||52 mcg||867%|
|Vitamin B-5 (D-Calcium Pantothemate)||5 mg||50%|
|Calcium (as Calcium Carbontate)||750 mg||75%|
|Iron (as Ferrous Fumerate)||9 mg||50%|
|Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide)||250 mg||63%|
|Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)||17 mg||113%|
|Selenium (as Sodium Selenate)||200 mcg||286%|
|Copper (as Copper Gluconate)||2 mg||100%|
|Manganese (as Manganese Sulfate)||2 mg||100%|
|Chromium (as Chromium Nicotinate)||200 mcg||167%|
|Alpha Lipoic Acid||50 mg||∗|
|Lutein (Vegetable Grade)||6 mg||∗|
|Boron (as Amino Acid Chelate)||2 mg||∗|
|Vanadium (as Amino Acid Chelate)||48 mcg||∗|
|Plant Sterol 95%||50 mg||∗|
|Choline (Choline Bitartrate)||5 mg||∗|
|∗Daily Value not established|
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(2) National Institutes of Health. Iron-Deficiency Anemia. Click Here
(3) National Health Information Center. Get Enough Calcium. Click Here
(4) HJ Heller, LG Greer, SD Haynes, Poindexter, JR and CY Pak. Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Comparison of Two Calcium Supplements in Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 2000;40:1237-1244. [03 Heller calcium carbonate vs citrate.pdf] and Univ of. California-San Diego Healthguide: http://myhealth.ucsd.edu/library/healthguide/en-us/Cam/topic.asp?hwid=hn-2819007#ref23
(5) FDA. Osteoporosis. Click Here
(6) Handbook of Nutrition and Ophthalmology, by Richard D. Semba, Humana Press, pages 371-390.
(7) Traber MG. Vitamin E. In: Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike M, Ross AC, ed. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. 10th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1999:347-62.
(8) Farrell P and Roberts R. Vitamin E. In: Shils M, Olson JA, and Shike M, ed. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. 8th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lea and Febiger, 1994:326-41.
(9) Paul F. Jacques, ScD; Allen Taylor, PhD, et al. Long-term Nutrient Intake and 5-Year Change in Nuclear Lens Opacities ARCH OPHTHALMOL / VOL 123, APR 2005
[02 Jacques Paul Vit E lens opacity.pdf] & William G. Christen, ScD; Simin Liu, et al. Dietary Carotenoids, Vitamins C and E, and Risk of Cataract in Women ARCH OPHTHALMOL / VOL 126 (NO. 1), JAN 2008 [02 Christen Vit E cataract.pdf]
(10) Age-Related Eye Disease Study, sponsored by the National Eye Institute. Click Here
(11) National Institutes of Health: Click Here
(12) Ryan-Harshman, et al. Vitamin B 12 and health. Can Fam Physician 2008;54:536-41. [09 Ryan-Harshman Vit B12.pdf]
(13) Refsum, Helga. Folate, vitamin B12 and homocysteine in relation to birth defects and pregnancy outcome. British Journal of Nutrition (2001), 85, Suppl. 2, S109 ± S113. [09 Refsum homocysteine.pdf]
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