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Multi Vitamin with executive stress formula
Ultimately whether vitamin and mineral supplements will be of value to you depends on your specific needs and your habitual dietary intake.
Some health professionals imply that multivitamin supplementation is not necessary and that the recommended daily intake for vitamins & minerals can be easily achieved via a normal, healthy diet. However, this argument is based on the assumption that everyone consumes a well balanced diet everyday. In today's hectic world how many people actually achieve this? If you are worried you don't achieve your recommended daily intake of vitamins & minerals each and every day from your diet then BSc Multi Vitamin with Executive Stress Formula is a smart choice.
BSc Multi Vitamin with Executive Stress Formula is a “once a day” formula that offers you a strong nutritional foundation – it’s scientifically formulated to help fill those nutritional gaps when you don’t get everything you need from your diet. Designed to help you have the get up and go you need to get the most out of your day, every day, this high potency blend contains essential vitamins, antioxidants, selenium, folic acid and chelated minerals for superior bioavailability. It’s suitable for males and females, athletes, students, mums, dads, executives and those who like to play hard. BSc Multi Vitamin with Executive Stress Formula is your dietary insurance for good health and vitality.
One BSc Multivitamin with Executive Stress Formula tablets delivers a therapeutic dose of essential vitamins and minerals. Vitamins act as regulators of metabolic processes in the body and are needed by the body for normal metabolism, growth and maintenance. There are two types of vitamins – fat soluble and water soluble.
Fat soluble Vitamins are stored in the body and include:
Vitamin A – necessary for vision, for healthy body tissue, for proper bone growth and for energy production
Vitamin E – major function is as an antioxidant
Vitamin D – promotes normal bone mineralization and stimulates absorption of calcium in the body
Water soluble vitamins are not stored in the body in appreciable amounts so regular intake is required.
Vitamin C – a powerful antioxidant that enhances the absorption of iron in the body. It assists in the synthesis of neurotransmitters and steroid hormones and converts folic acid to an active form. It is involved in formation of collagen, which is necessary for wound healing and helps maintain healthy skin, bones and blood vessels. Vitamin C can regenerate oxidized vitamin E in the body, thus increasing the antioxidant benefits of vitamin E. Emotional and physical stress increases the body’s need for vitamin C. Also, smokers deplete vitamin C stores much faster than nonsmokers do.
B-complex vitamins - these encompass eight vitamins: thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, folic acid, B12, pantothenic acid and biotin. They all function as coenzymes. A coenzyme joins with an enzyme to activate it. B Vitamins play an essential role in metabolic processes of all living cells by serving as coenzymes. B vitamins assist in metabolism of food into energy. They also aid the body during times of stress and overindulgence.
Minerals are required for growth and help to regulate bodily functions. They are essential to good health. BSc Multi Vitamin with Executive Stress Formula contains the following essential minerals:
Magnesium – involved in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions in the body. Magnesium is necessary for the transmission of nerve impulses and for the relaxation of skeletal muscle after contraction. It’s involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and protein as well as protein synthesis. It’s involved in energy production and aids the release of stored energy into the body. It also aids bone formation.
Iron – is essential to the formation of red blood cells and the transportation of oxygen in the blood. This is why low iron levels can leave you feeling tired and run down. Iron is also required for the storage of oxygen within the muscle cell and for the production of energy in the body.
Iodine – is required for the normal functioning of the thyroid gland.
Zinc – is essential for growth and repair of tissue. It’s involved in formation of collagen, which is necessary for wound healing and also helps maintain healthy immune function.
Copper – is involved in haemoglobin and collagen formation. It also aids the transport of iron in the blood.
Selenium – functions as an antioxidant and is necessary for iodine metabolism.
Manganese – is involved in production of energy in the body and is required for bone formation.
Molybdenum – is a cofactor for enzymes.
Hesperidin – is a bioflavonoid that helps maintain healthy capillaries.
Beta-carotene - is the most active of the carotenoids. It has high provitamin A activity which means the body can transform it into vitamin A. Carotenes are a highly coloured group of fat-soluble compounds.
Choline – is an essential nutrient that facilitates the movement of fat into cells and decreases fat content within the liver. It is also required for the synthesis of neurotransmitters in brain.
So if your diet doesn’t deliver a therapeutic dose of all of these vital vitamins and minerals every day, it’s good to know that one BSc Multivitamin with Executive Stress Formula will. It really is your dietary insurance for good health and well being. It provides you with essential vitamins and minerals your body needs but cannot manufacture; antioxidants to protect your body from free-radical damage associated with stress, poor
diet and lifestyle; plus key nutrients to boost immune health, keep bones and muscles strong and healthy, maintain healthy blood vessels and circulation and increase your energy levels and vitality. Maximise your day, every-day with BSc Multivitamin with Executive Stress Formula.
We recommend taking one tablet every morning with food. That’s because some nutrients are better absorbed when your digestive tract is geared up to handle food. Also, Multi vitamins taken between meals can sometimes cause stomach upset and may not to be as well absorbed.
WARNING – if you are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant – do not take Vitamin A supplements without consulting your doctor or pharmacist. The recommended daily amount of vitamin A from all sources is 700 micrograms retinol equivalents for women and 900 micrograms retinol equivalents for men.
WARNING – when taken in excess of 3000 micrograms retinol equivalents – vitamin A can cause birth defects.
This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
Vitamins can only be of assistance if the dietary intake is inadequate.
It’s reassuring to know that BSc Multivitamin with Executive Stress Formula contains:
- NO ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES
- NO ADDED SUGARS
- NO CAFFEINE
- NO ARTIFICIAL STIMULANTS
- NO GMO
- NO IRRADIATION
- NO PESTICIDES
- NO HERBICIDES
- NO SOY PROTEIN
- NO WHEAT
- NO YEAST
- NO DAIRY
- NO WHEY
- NO EGG
- NO NUTS
- NO MALTODEXTRIN
- NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS
- >NO ARTIFICIAL COLORINGS
- NO HYDROGENATED OILS
It’s also manufactured in a TGA licensed manufacturing premises. It really is the smart choice for those who take their health and general well being seriously.
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