Genetics, lifestage, age, and health history can all impact the vitamins and minerals you require. On top of this, our bodies need the right amount to perform at their peak.
However fitting them all into your daily lifestyle can be hard and no matter how healthy you eat, it can often be a challenge to get all the nutrients your body needs from food.
Our multivitamin has been built from the ground up by leading registered dieticians. Tailored specifically for females it contains all the nutrients you’ll need to help support your overall health.
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Our Powher multivitamin, designed with all your nutrient needs in mind:
- Tailored formula for women
- A convenient way to optimise mineral & vitamin intake
- Support overall wellbeing
Our formula has more iron, biotin, choline, and folic acid than other multivitamins on the market. These nutrients play a vital role for women to support healthy blood cells, beautiful hair, and even prepare the body for pregnancy (if that’s your goal).
On top of this, we understand you’re also active so have included nutrients like Coenzyme Q10, B-vitamins, and vitamin D for optimal physical performance and recovery after exercise.
Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)
Beta carotene is the plant version of vitamin A. Once converted in the body, it is a powerful antioxidant that is critical for brain, skin, immune, and eye health. It can help reduce the risk of bone fractures so you can stay active throughout your life.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant with many functions in the body. It plays a role in immunity and wound healing. It also has anti-aging properties for skin and is essential for keeping joints and cartilage flexible.
Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin that is required for calcium absorption and strong bones. It also plays a role in immunity and may help support a healthy weight. Vitamin D3 has specific benefits for muscles. It has also been linked with potential benefits for increasing muscle synthesis, strength, exercise capacity, and overall physical performance.
Vitamin K1 is required for proper blood clotting and without adequate K1 you would not be able to heal from any injuries. For women, vitamin K1 can be protective of the heart and also plays a role in bone formation by regulating calcium levels, keeping bones strong. It is found in green leafy vegetables, but many of us are not eating enough of these and therefore need to supplement our diet.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that may also be protective of the heart. It has been extensively studied for its potential role in helping reduce the risk of heart disease for women. Vitamin E can be difficult to find in the diet if you do not consume adequate amounts of the right types of oils.
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin, helps the body use carbs for energy. It is needed for muscle contraction, nerve, and heart function. All of these functions mean that exercise increases the need for vitamin B1, so very active people could benefit from a supplement.
Vitamin B2, or riboflavin, is essential for breaking down food for energy, nutrient absorption, hormone production, and liver health. Riboflavin is essential for recovery after exercise, helping reduce muscle soreness.
Vitamin B3, or niacin, helps convert food into energy, which is required to help you stay active. It is especially important during prolonged exercise, when the body starts to tap into stored fat and glucose to keep going. B3 is also essential for DNA repair, as an antioxidant, and to help regulate cholesterol levels.
Vitamin B5, or pantothenic acid, helps the body use food for energy. It also is required for nervous system function and making red blood cells. Pantothenic acid helps regulate hormones, particularly those related to stress.
Vitamin B6 is required for over 100 different reactions mostly related to protein metabolism. It is also needed to make neurotransmitters, which helps regulate mood. For women, it can help regulate the balance between progesterone and estrogen levels.
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Folate or folic acid is required to make red blood cells, help breakdown carbohydrates, and for DNA production. It helps the body deliver oxygen to the muscles reducing fatigue during exercise. For women, it is particularly important during pregnancy as adequate levels help prevent certain birth defects.
Vitamin B12 is needed for proper nerve function. Those who follow a vegan diet need to supplement with B12 as it is only found in animal foods. B12 deficiency can lead to a type of Anemia resulting in low energy levels, which may impact your exercise routine.
Biotin is required to convert nutrients from food into energy. It is specifically used during exercise to help the body tap into stored carbohydrates. It also helps play a role in maintaining the health of hair, skin, and nails.
Calcium is required for strong bones and teeth. Women have higher calcium needs, as they are more at risk for osteoporosis, when compared to men. It is also essential for blood clotting and muscle contraction, helping support your muscles during your workout.
Iron is needed to make red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body. If you are deficient in iron, you will not have enough energy to power your workouts. Women are at risk for iron deficiency, called Anemia, due to monthly cycles.
Iodine is required to make thyroid hormones. These hormones are essential for a normal metabolism and maintaining a healthy weight. It also plays a role in nerve and bone development.
Magnesium has over 100 roles in the body. It helps regulate muscle contractions, supports immune function, and helps control blood pressure. Magnesium is particularly important for exercise performance as it helps the body dispose of lactate, which can cause fatigue in the muscles.
Zinc is required for wound healing, eye health, and immunity. Low levels of zinc have been associated with hair loss, changes in taste/smell, and infertility. During exercise, it helps increase blood flow to the muscles.
Selenium is a mineral with antioxidant functions. These antioxidants may help mitigate some of the oxidative stress created by intense exercise. It is also protective of the heart, brain, and thyroid.
Copper works with iron to help form red blood cells. Healthy red blood cells help carry oxygen to the muscles during your workout. It is also essential for healthy bones, blood vessels, and nerves and plays a role in immune function.
Manganese activates enzymes for a healthy metabolism. It also helps with protein and carbohydrate digestion. This essential mineral helps reduce inflammation, which could in turn, decrease muscle soreness after a workout. It can also help mitigate symptoms of PMS.
Molybdenum helps the body process protein. It is also required for detoxification in the liver, so the body can naturally clear out toxic substances.
Chromium helps with nutrient metabolism. It also helps regulate blood sugar. It can be taken to enhance physical performance and energy by increasing muscle mass and helping with body fat loss.
Potassium is required for maintaining electrolyte balance, normal heartbeat and muscle contraction. During exercise, we lose important electrolytes, therefore it is important to replenish them when possible.
Choline is a B-vitamin that plays a role in liver function, brain development, muscle contraction, and a healthy nervous system. During exercise it can enhance muscle performance and improve stamina. It can also help support quick muscle recovery after a tough workout.
CoQ10 is an antioxidant and is essential for energy production in the cell. It helps reduce oxidative stress during exercise, which can speed up recovery. For women, it is essential for
Just like you, I’m an active woman. My life is full of demands from being a business owner, wife, and mother. While I love staying active at the gym and am passionate about eating healthy, let’s be honest, sometimes life gets in the way of crafting the perfect meal.
A well-formulated multivitamin, like the one I developed in collaboration with Powher, is my nutrition insurance policy.
While it doesn’t replace the need to eat your fruits and veggies, it helps provide the right dose of vitamins and minerals to help your body feel its best when life gets in the way.
A word from Ana Reisdorf, MS, RD, Powher’s Registered Dietician
How to take: Best taken with an 8 ounce glass of water, alongside food. It doesn’t matter what time of day you take your vitamin, as long as you can remember to do it daily.
This multivitamin was designed for adult women and is different from a mens’ or childrens’ multivitamin. It is best to take a daily multivitamin that is tailored to your physiological needs.
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