Multivitamins are hardly a new concept. When we think of supplementation, we tend to instinctively refer to “taking our vitamins.” Our bodies do need a basic standard of nutrition, which multivitamin supplements seek to provide. Moving away from the multivitamin and into the realm of multi supplements gives a broader range of health support. For example, multivitamins with minerals are associated with improved heart health for women.
Specific needs based on factors like gender and stage of life are not necessarily addressed when taking a one size fits all supplement. Formulating a multi supplement specifically for women involves an understanding of the concerns and issues women face, as well as their nutritional needs. Looking at bone health and the risks of osteoporosis for aging women, including a probiotic may improve mineral bioavailability in order to improve bone health. By understanding the common health concerns women face and addressing them with a multifaceted approach, we can provide a well-rounded multi that will support women, young and old, improve their health and well being.
Women’s bodies are taxed on a daily basis, even when it’s not visible externally. Hormonal shifts, monthly cycles, pregnancy and birth, external stress, and aging all take a heavy toll on the body. While good nutrition is always an utmost priority, the strain of day to day life and internal fluctuation can warrant supplementation as a supportive measure.
The blend of vitamins, minerals, and herbs in the MaxLiving Women’s Multi are combined to support women’s health and well being, in spite of the rigors of daily life. Each ingredient is chosen to meet a specific need, and the combination works together synergistically to ensure maximum effectiveness.
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