MultiBioVits Under 40 – Bioavailable Vitamins and Nutrients Supplements
60 VEGAN CAPSULES – 2 MONTHS SUPPLY or as directed by a practitioner.
MultiBioVits Under 40 is designed to support your body and cover the nutritional gap common in modern diets. Lifestyle, illness, health events and medication can increase the demand for a variety of nutrients. This formula improves the nutritional status of people eating average to good diets to optimum levels. It will also elevate the nutritional status of those eating poor diets to an improved level of nourishment and protection. It is not a substitute for a healthy diet but is an ideal all-purpose multivitamin and multi mineral food state and whole food supplement to resolve the nutrition gap between dietary provision and optimum levels.
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MultiBioVits Under 40 contains the following bioavailable vitamins and nutrients:
Folic Acid as Methylfolate
Methylfolate (5MTHF) is the most stable, safe and bioeffective form of folate. An adequate intake of folate is essential for the prevention of many disorders such as anaemia neural tube defects, various forms of cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, colon cancer and depression.
Vitamin D is most commonly associated with assisting with the maintenance of strong bones and teeth, helping support the functions of the immune system and contributing toward normal muscle functions. Vitamin D is needed for normal growth and development of bone in children Vitamin D3 is the most bioavailable form of this nutrient. Insufficient Vitamin D is now known to be a factor in the aetiology of many disease conditions, where adequate levels of intake are found to be protective .The emerging evidence is that we need around 50ug/day for health and this is the newly established RDA in Canada.
Food State Iron is presented to the body in a gentle, non-constipating and well absorbed way. Food State Vitamin C aids the absorption and utilisation of the iron. Both the minerals Copper and Molybdenum positively affect the transportation and release of iron in our bodies.
Calcium is essential to build and maintain normal bones and teeth maintaining the strength and rigidity of bone and enamel. Calcium contributes to normal cell division and development, normal muscle function, normal neurotransmission (nerve signalling), normal blood clotting, normal energy metabolism and to normal function of digestive enzymes.
Magnesium is an essential mineral – nearly 70% of the body’s supply is located in the bones – so magnesium aids in bone growth and is necessary for the proper functioning of muscles. Low magnesium is implicated in fatigue and chronic pain. Magnesium is involved in many essential metabolic processes including the release of energy from glucose and normal nerve function. Magnesium can contribute to a reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Magnesium activates enzymes necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates and amino acids. It also helps promote the absorption and metabolism of other minerals and vitamins.
Iodine is vital for thyroid function. Only the thyroid gland can take up iodine and it uses the iodine to make thyroid hormones. The thyroid hormones are then released into the bloodstream and are transported throughout the body, where they control metabolic rate, metabolism and many other vital functions such as cardiac output, heart rate and respiratory rate – every cell in the body depends upon thyroid hormones for regulation of their metabolism. Iodine is one of the micronutrients known to be short in many people’s the diets. It naturally occurs in sea produce and salt. Those on low salt diets and those consuming less than 3 portions of fish a week can easily be short of iodine intake. ALSO those people living in areas where the water is fluoridated easily become iodine deficient, as fluoride inhibits uptake of iodine to the thyroid gland.
MultiBioVits Under 40 contains all eight of the important B-Complex vitamins plus PABA (Pantothenic Acid)
Biotin assists in the making of fatty acids, in DNA synthesis and in the oxidation of fatty acids and carbohydrates- Without Biotin the body’s fat production is impaired. Biotin also aids in the utilisation of protein, folic acid, pantothenic acid and vitamin B12
Niacin acts as a co-enzyme, assisting in the breakdown and utilisation of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Niacin is effective in improving circulation and normalising blood cholesterol levels. Niacin is vital for the proper activity of the nervous system and for the formation and maintenance of healthy skin, tongue and digestive system tissue. Niacin is necessary for the synthesis of sex hormones.
PABA Pantothenic Acid occurs in all living cells. Pantothenic Acid helps maintain a healthy digestive tract and can improve the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions. Pantothenic acid stimulates the adrenal glands and increases production of cortisone and other adrenal hormones important for healthy skin and nerves. It plays a vital role in cell metabolism; as a coenzyme, pantothenic acid participates in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It is essential for the synthesis of cholesterol, steroids and fatty acids and aids in the utilisation of other vitamins.
Vitamin B6 is in the form of Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate, the bioactive and enzymatically converted form of B6. Vitamin B6 is essential to physical activity due to its involvement in the energy cycle by activating the release of glycogen from the liver and muscle. Similarly Vitamin B6 plays an important role in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Vitamin B6 also contributes an important role in the functioning of the immune and nervous systems due to its production of red cells and the cells of the immune system. Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of body fluids through maintaining balances of sodium and potassium. The need for vitamin B6 increases during pregnancy and lactation; it can also help inhibit homocysteine. Therefore the vitamin may support a healthy, balanced menstrual cycle and assist with nutrient deficiencies attributed to PMS/ PMT.
Methylfolate – Folate provides a role in the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, contributes to normal psychological functions, contributes to normal cell division, contributes to normal blood formation and contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism (homocysteine is implicate din heart disease and dementia risk).
Methylfolate (5MTHF) is the most stable, safe and bioeffective form of Folate. If our metabolism is working correctly folic acid is converted to methylfolate (a wholly safe and beneficial nutrient) by our body. But often this process is not efficient and unmetabolised folic acid, which is not necessarily beneficial, remains in the body. Hence most supplements that contain folic acid are potentially unsafe for you.
B6 vitamin (Pyridoxine) contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity and is needed for the production of red blood cells.
Vitamin B12 contributes in the process of cell division is particularly important for brain function, bowel health and production of red blood cells.
PABA (Para-Amino-Benzoic Acid) is not a B vitamin, but is closely associated with the vitamin B complex. PABA is water-soluble and considered unique, in that it is “a vitamin within a vitamin”, occurring in combination with folic acid. PABA can contribute to healthy skin. Helps form Folic Acid, Can aid in the uptake and use of vitamin B5
Selenium is a mineral that plays an important role in our immune system’s function and the protection of cells from oxidative stress. Selenium is a key nutrient in helping support the functions of the immune system and maintains certain energy-producing cells, including those of the heart, by ensuring an adequate oxygen supply. Selenium is necessary for the production of ‘prostaglandins’ and as such plays an important role in maintaining thyroid functions and male fertility/ reproductive functions
Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction. Zinc is the second most abundant trace mineral in the body, being present in all tissues and has a wide variety of functions including growth and human development, the healthy functioning of the immune system, and the maintenance of healthy skin, hair, nails and bone. Zinc contributes to cognitive function, to protein and DNA production and contributes to protection of cells from oxidative damage.
Vitamin C has vital protective capacity keeping cells healthy by protecting DNA and cell membranes from oxidative damage. It is required to make collagen – the main protein in all of your tendons, ligaments and blood vessels it helps the absorption of iron particularly iron from non-animal sources so helpful for vegetarians/vegans. It contributes to the normal function of the nervous system, normal energy yielding metabolism and normal function of the immune system during and after extreme physical activity.
Vitamin E occurs in nature as 4 different tocopherols and 4 different tocotrienols, All the tocopherols and tocotrienols are present in MultiBioVits Under 40. Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress it is the most powerful antioxidant vitamin in the body-it prevents saturated fatty acids and vitamin A from breaking down and combining with other substances that may become harmful to the body (such as free radicals). Vitamin E is popular with sports people training to increase their endurance and stamina as it causes dilation of the blood vessels permitting a fuller flow of blood to the heart.
Beta Carotene (as Vitamin A)
As Beta Carotene is a precursor of vitamin A found in plants it is enzymatically converted to vitamin A in the body as it is required. Beta Carotene is considered safer than taking Vitamin A because the body only converts the amount it needs at any point in time. The Retinol (A1) form of vitamin A should be avoided in pregnancy and this is the recommendation of the NHS. Beta carotene contributes to the maintenance of normal skin and immune system – it may be particularly beneficial in supporting the immune system of people who smoke or drink alcohol. Beta Carotene may be beneficial in helping those who are convalescing.
Vitamin K2 is a vital co-factor for proteins which are essential for the bone building process and it also contributes to normal blood clotting.
Chromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels. It stimulates the activity of enzymes involved in the metabolism of glucose for energy and the synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol. When Chromium levels are low in the body, GTF levels are low too and the activity of insulin is blocked – blood glucose levels therefore remain elevated. Also, diets high in carbohydrates soon begin to exhaust the normal control mechanisms. The end result is hypoglycaemia, insulin resistance, obesity and diabetes. Obesity is strongly linked to blood sugar disturbances because of the increasing sensitivity to insulin.
MultiBioVits Under 40 is usually recommended at one-tablet-daily – one bottle will provide a 60 day supply.
MultiBioVits Under 40 formula comprises Wholefood minerals that have been hydroponically-grown into a cruciferous vegetable and Food-State Vitamins.
MultiBioVits Under 40 is free from wheat, starch, gluten, milk products (lactose), soy, added sugar, colourings, flavourings, preservatives and guaranteed GMO free.
TWO CAPSULES PROVIDES ON AVERAGE:
Ingredients %RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance)
*= NO RDA
Ingredients %RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance)
*= NO RDA
Beta Carotene 3.0mg *
Vitamin D3 30.0µg 600
Vitamin C 200.0mg 250
Thiamin 8.0mg 728
Riboflavin 8.0mg 571
Niacin 16.0mg 100
Vitamin B6 8.0mg 571
Folic Acid (as L-Methylfolate) 400.0µg 200
Vitamin B12 100.0µg 4000
Biotin 12.0µg 24
Pantothenic Acid 20.0mg 333
Vitamin K 60.0µg 80
Calcium 334.0mg 42
Iron 11.0mg 79
Magnesium 117.7mg 31
Zinc 8.0mg 80
Iodine 76.0µg 51
Boron 1.0mg *
Copper 0.66mg 66
Manganese 0.74mg 37
Selenium 150.0µg 273
GTF Chromium 150.0µg 375
Molybdenum 68.0µg 136
PABA (Para-aminobenzoic Acid) 10.0mg *