Women’s Multi + is a one-a-day, vegan-friendly multivitamin that contains 25 important vitamins and minerals, plus herbs to support women’s health.
Women’s Multi + contains the active form of folate (methylfolate) and vitamin B12 (co-methylcobalamin). Methylfolate and vitamin B12 maintain brain health and function, and support cognitive function and memory.
Women’s Multi + contains B vitamins to support energy production, assist sugar metabolism and maintain nervous system health. Vitamins B5 and B6 help to support a healthy stress response in the body.
Women’s Multi + contains vitamins C & E and zinc, key nutrients that support skin health.
Women’s Multi + contains vitamin C to support collagen formation, connective tissue health and wound healing.
Women’s Multi + contains iodine and selenium, minerals that support healthy thyroid function and assist thyroid hormone production.
Women’s Multi + contains 1000IU of vegan-friendly vitamin D per tablet to help maintain bone strength and health. Vitamin D helps calcium absorption and a diet deficient in calcium can lead to osteoporosis in later life. Vitamin D also maintains muscle strength and function.
Women’s Multi + assists healthy red blood cell production and supports blood health.
Women’s Multi + contains vitamins C & E, and minerals zinc & selenium to support healthy immune system function.
Women’s Multi + contains nutrients with antioxidant activity including vitamins C & E plus zinc, selenium and citrus bioflavonoids to reduce free radicals formed in the body.
Women’s Multi + contains chromium to assist sugar metabolism.
Adults - Take 1 tablet daily, with food, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
WARNINGS: This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded. Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
• Separate dose from medication by 2 hours to minimise any interactions.
• Caution with phenobarbital and phenytoin (anticonvulsants) - high doses of vitamin B6 or folate can decrease their efficacy. Use only under the supervision of a health professional.
• Caution with L-Dopa - vitamin B6 increases the peripheral metabolism of levodopa and may lower levodopa levels for CNS penetration, resulting in reduced levodopa effects. The effect of pyridoxine is prevented by administration of a dopa-decarboxylase inhibitor (e.g. benserazide, carbidopa) with levodopa, as is common clinical practice.
• Caution with methotrexate (folic acid antagonist) - co-administration with folate may reduce the effects. Patients should take folate only under the supervision of a health professional.
• Caution with aluminium-containing phosphate binders - vitamins C and D can increase aluminium absorption. Separate dose.
• Caution with thiazide diuretics - thiazides may reduce urinary calcium excretion and increase serum calcium levels when administered with high doses of vitamin D. Monitor serum calcium levels.
• Caution with cardiac glycosides (e.g. digoxin) - vitamin D can elevate serum calcium levels, which may lead to increased inflow of calcium into myocardial cells, increasing toxicity of cardiac glycosides. monitor calcium levels.
• Caution with orlistat – may impair the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. Take Women’s Multi + at least 2 hours after orlistat.
• Caution with phosphate and drugs containing phosphate - vitamin D increases the absorption of phosphates which may lead to hyperphosphataemia. Monitor.
• Separate the dose from colestyramine and colestipol – may reduce absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin B3 and folate. Space administration as far apart as possible.
• Caution with calcium channel blockers - vitamin D may reduce the effectiveness of these drugs. Use under medical supervision.
• Caution with blood thinning medications, including warfarin - vitamins E and C, selenium and Grape seed may interfere with the activity of vitamin K in producing blood clotting factors and lead to increased clinical effects of oral anticoagulants. Monitor.
• Caution with NSAIDs, cefalexin, penicillamine and quinolone and tetracycline antibiotics – form insoluble complexes with magnesium and zinc, decreasing absorption. Seperate dose by 3 hours.
• Not recommended in pregnancy and breastfeeding due to lack of safety data on Grape seed.
• Caution in iron overload conditions (e.g. haemochromatosis). Contains iron and vitamin C, which increases the absorption of iron.
• Nutrients are generally very well tolerated in this dose. Mild gastrointestinal symptoms may occur in sensitive individuals. Take with food to reduce risk.
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