Vitamin supplements are an essential way of keeping your body healthy and balanced, but where do you start? The most popular supplements for women are Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and iron which most women seem to lack due to diet or lifestyle reasons.
Below we have a list of the top nine vitamins for women, and how they can benefit your body.
If you just aren’t getting enough Vitamin A in your diet, then seriously think about taking a supplement instead. Vitamin A helps to keep eyes healthy, especially for women in their mid to late 40s.
Are you getting a bad nights sleep? Vitamin B6 helps to regulate a normal metabolism but also influences our mood and sleeping patterns when it comes to hitting the sack.
This is known for controlling the nervous system, since a drop in Vitamin B12 can dramatically influence your diet, weight, and even cause your period to stop. Available in both over-the-counter supplements, or as a booster shot by your general practitioner.
Not just for your bad cold, but Vitamin C is also amazing at fighting wrinkles and keeping the eyes healthy.
Perfect for women at any age, Vitamin D3 helps to fight against chronic diseases which are difficult to control on a day-today basis.
Lower your risk of heart disease by taking a Vitamin E supplement every single day. This supplement is also ideal for women who are suffering from hot flashes in menopause, since it helps to gently regulate the hormones.
One of the most popular supplements for both men and women, Iron serves the human body in a few different ways. Not only does it help to maintain a healthy immune system, but you will also find yourself with more energy to perform those daily tasks.
Regular supplements of magnesium are essential since they generally help all of the bodily organs to work at their potential. If you have a history of chronic diseases in the family, Magnesium will also help to subside any major symptoms which could have you feeling lethargic and less-than energetic.
The secret to healthy hair and nails isn’t difficult to achieve if you’re taking regular doses of Omega-3 fatty acids. It’s also a saviour if you’re suffering from high cholesterol.
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