Naka Nutri-Multi for Women. Naka's Nutri-Multi for women is an advanced liquid multi-vitamin formula that allows for enhanced absorption by the body, delivering nutrients more efficiently to help promote your better health. It also features 1000 IU of Vitamin D, which studies suggest could help prevent breast, colon and ovarian cancers. Take just two 15 ml tablespoons a day and discover how this superior liquid supplement can benefit you!
Nutri-Multi for Women Highlights:
- Active liquid form multivitamin
- Formulated specifically for women.
- High cal-mag content.
- Contains anti-aging nutrients.
- Naturally flavoured and sweetened.
2 Tablespoons (30ml) Contain:
Vitamin A (Palmitate) - 5000iu
Vitamin D3 - 1000iu
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) - 500mg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride) - 25mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 25mg
Niacin (Niacinamide) - 25mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) - 50mg
Vitamin B12 - 100mcg
Folic Acid - 1000mcg
Biotin - 15mcg
Vitamin E (Mixed Tocopherols) - 100iu
Pantothenic Acid - 100mg
Calcium (Coral) - 250mg
Magnesium - 250mg
Zinc (Citrate) - 10mg
Iodine - 300mcg
Manganese (Citrate) - 2mg
Silica - 10mg
Potassium (Citrate) - 25mg
Chromium - 200mcg
Selenium - 200mcg
Molybdenum - 25mcg
Copper - 1.5mg
Vanadium - 50mcg
Boron - 2mg
Phytonutrients and Co-factors:
Paba - 12.5mg
Betaine HCL - 12.5mg
Quercitin - 50mg
Papain - 5mg
Lutein - 200mcg
Lecithin - 20mg
Black Currant Oil - 200mg
Aloe - 50mg
Citrus Bioflavonoids - 50mg
Reishi - 20mg
Shitake - 12mg
Maitake - 10mg
Grape seed - 20mg
Turmeric - 50mg
Rosemary - 10mg
Cranberry - 10mg
Bilberry - 10mg
Green Tea - 100mg
In a base of:
purified water, stevia, glycerin, potassium sorbate, fructose, natural orange flavour.
Does not contain:
wheat, dairy, eggs, corn, soy, and yeast.
This product is for use by adult women only. Shake well before each use. Take with a meal, 2 tablespoons (30 ml) once daily in 100 ml of water or orange juice. Use the calibrated measuring cap provided in the package to obtain an accurate dosage.
PMS, menopause, pregnancy, stress, breast health, sexual health and emotional well being. These are all major health concerns for women - some frustrating like PMS, others wonderful like pregnancy. What each has in common is a large hormonal component.
Hormones can fluctuate drastically depending on diet, nutritional status, toxicity level, and other factors such as job and family stress.
It's important for each of these health concerns (and many others) that hormones be maintained at a healthy level, in respect to optimizing production, but also in respect to breaking down or detoxifying excess or un-needed hormones. Too much is just as harmful as to little.
The female human body can be thought of as a complex network of cells that communicate via hormone messengers. These messengers are responsible for telling cells what to do and when to do it. In the female body the sex hormones, estrogen, progesterone, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and testosterone, play an important role in the maintenance of health and fertility. High or low levels of these hormones can cause different complaints, depending on the age of a woman. In addition, normal hormone levels protect other body systems from breaking down, for example the cardiovascular and skeletal systems.
The liver and bowels are important organs for women's health because they are responsible for processing hormones and excreting processed hormones. Performing liver and bowel detoxification will help to decrease most women's health concerns by ensuring proper functioning of these organs and thereby regulating hormone levels. The thyroid and adrenal glands work as a team with the ovaries to regulate sexual functioning within the overall health of the woman. This explains why other medical concerns such as hypothyroidism, stress, depression and malnourishment can lead to infertility.
Optimize the functioning of your detoxifying organs and ovary-assisting glands by:
- decreasing your consumption of animal products
- limiting exposure to environmental toxins
- reducing stress and implementing a stress-management program
- using appropriate supplements for detoxification and stress management
A diet high in animal products inhibits the excretion of excess estrogens from the body. Animal protein also slows intestinal transit time allowing the resorption of hormones. Toxins must be processed by the liver and takes away from the liver's ability to process substances like hormones. Stress leads to a build up of acidity in the body. When the body's pH is acidic detoxification processes do not run as quickly as they could. Stress also depletes vitamins, such as the B complex, which are needed by the liver. Supplemental programs for detoxification and stress management include B vitamins, lipotropic factors, liver supportive herbs, like milk thistle, and adrenal supportive herbs, like Siberian ginseng and licorice.
PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome
The female monthly hormonal cycle is very complex and may not be fully understood by modern science as of yet. Here are the basic components in a nutshell. The brain releases FSH which stimulates the maturation of an ovarian follicle, containing an egg. The follicle produces estrogen, which thickens the uterine lining. After 7 to 21 days the follicle is mature, the lining is ready, and the egg is released.
Menopause & Perimenopause
Around menopause hormone release occurs sporadically and produces symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, low libido, urinary incontinence, dizziness, heart palpitations, headaches, irregular cycles, irregular bleeding and mood swings. Estrogen receptors are located on non-reproductive cells too. Therefore, menopause affects the aging of a women's whole body. Skin cells need estrogen to stay smooth and moist. The thyroid gland uses estrogen to maintain body temperature. Proper bone formation requires estrogen. The arteries and heart require estrogen for maintaining their functioning.
Progesterone and testosterone levels also decline in menopause. Progesterone has a calming affect on the brain and nervous system and menopausal women may suffer with anxiety, depression or other emotional concerns. Testosterone regulates the libido and contributes to a decrease in sex drive often reported by menopausal women.
Female health concerns that may be related to hormonal changes around and during menopause include arteriosclerosis, hair loss, hypertension, hypothyroidism and osteoporosis. There are lots of ways to naturally take care of your body during perimenopause and into the menopausal years:
- Drink lots of water to counter dehydration of the skin and mucus membranes
- Optimize bone health with bone building nutrients and weight bearing exercise
- Support the cardiovascular system by staying active and eating healthy
- Use nutritional supplements and herbal products to counteract fluctuating hormones
One and a half to two litres of filtered water or herbal tea should be consumed daily to prevent dehydration. Avoid caffeine and alcohol, which increase fluid loss. There are three aspects to a bone building diet. Bone forming minerals, including calcium, must be taken in. Accessory nutrients that help calcium utilization must also be available. Finally the body must become alkaline because an acidic environment causes calcium to be drawn from the bones in order to buffer the acidity. Dietary changes for heart health include maintaining adequate fibre intake and lowering the fat and cholesterol content of your foods.
Information taken from the Naka website.
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