New Delhi [India], December 3 (ANI / ATK): Our bodies need vitamins and minerals for good health and optimal development.
This is a traditional medical fact and it is all the more imperative today as we fight a global pandemic and lead fast paced, highly digitalized and technology dependent lives. According to Fortune Business Insights, the global vitamin and supplement market is expected to grow from $ 129.60 billion in 2021 to $ 196.56 billion in 2028.
When it comes to multivitamins, each vitamin and mineral has specific benefits and is essential for our body to function properly. In addition, there are certain vitamins and minerals that women need more than men. Of course, a balanced and varied diet is the best source of essential vitamins and minerals; however, nutrient deficiencies do occur.
For example, a typical diet bears little resemblance to what experts recommend for fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, which are important sources of an array of vitamins and minerals. Over time, deficiencies in one or more micronutrients can lead to health problems.
With that in mind, Biotevia Life Sciences, a premium wellness supplement brand and a Make in India idea from the house of Global Assiduous launched proprietary multivitamins for women and men. Biotevia’s team of experts and scientists has studied at length how, over the years, consumers are constantly looking for innovative and healthy products, enriched with specific nutrients.
Here we are going to talk about nutrition and the additional demands that a female body needs.
Founded by serial entrepreneur, investor, and health and fitness enthusiast Dr Somdutta Singh, she knew at Biotevia Life Sciences that women’s nutritional needs change throughout their lifetimes, during menstruation, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. A woman’s reproductive life means that her nutritional needs are very different from those of men. For example, a woman in her twenties will have completely different nutritional needs than a postmenopausal woman.
Founder Dr Somdutta Singh adds: âWomen need fewer calories than men, but in most cases they have higher requirements for vitamins and minerals. Adequate intake of calcium, iron, folic acid and zinc is especially important for women. Due to hormonal changes associated with menstruation and childbearing, women are more susceptible than men to weakened bones, deteriorated immunity, and other health problems. At Biotevia, we fill these nutritional gaps that women encounter throughout their lives. As a woman myself, I understand the changes our body is going through and how to counter them. A powerful health supplement is definitely the need of the hour.
Biotevia Multivitamins for Women are fortified with rich nutrients such as biotin, vitamins A, B6, C and E and antioxidant rich zinc which are crucial for the needs of the female body. These essential nutrients play a major role in protecting us from the tiny particles produced by our bodies known as free radicals and which can be hostile. Antioxidants can reduce the risk of certain health problems and slow down aging.
Researchers have often shown how they can help strengthen the immune system, your body’s defense against germs. The vitamin B6 in Biotevia women’s multivitamin capsules keeps our brains healthy and helps convert food into energy, which in turn stimulates our metabolism.
But always keep in mind that health supplements are meant to supplement your diet, not to prevent or treat disease or to replace the variety of foods that are important for a healthy diet.
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