Vitamins for women are one of the factors to consider in keeping the body healthy and strong to fight diseases. Women have a higher vitamin requirement than men since their body are more complex and are more prone to different diseases and disorders. Unfortunately, there is no particular food out there in the world that can give you all the vitamins that your body needs. You have to search and eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to accomplish this in which most of us never have been successful to do. How we are able to work on this problem is by supply ourselves with Multivitamins- a capsule that promises to supply your vitamin and mineral requirements for the day in just one take. The question is; Do I really need to take Multivitamins?
As far as I can see, there could only be three possible reasons for not taking multivitamins; (1) id if you don’t care for your overall health at all that taking it would be unnecessary, (2) if you have children to support that you can’t afford to have yourself spent a few dollars for your own nourishment through taking multivitamins and (3) if you are one of the 7% of women who never skip meals and eat ice cream for dinner. More or less, the 93 % of women are suggested to take up multivitamins by a doctor to serve as an alternative to fill in what vitamins or other nutrients are missing in their diet. If you eat a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grain, lean protein and low fat dairy products every day, you can cancel taking up multivitamins. Otherwise, you just have to go and take one multivitamins per day.
Is it ok if I take more multivitamins to make me have more nutrients and become stronger? Can I be overdose with vitamins? What can actually happen?
Normally a single capsule should contain the 100% recommended daily allowance (RDA) for you. It should at least contain the following vitamins and minerals:
|A- retinol (half of it as beta-carotene or mixed carotenoids)B1- ThiamineB2- RiboflavinB3- Niacin
B5- Panthothenic Acid
B9- Folic Acid
B12- Cyano Cobalamin
C- Ascorbic acid
D- (consider that contains D3- cholecalciferol and D2- ergocalciferol)
For vitamins, there have no very harmful issue reported of having to take too much vitamins. However, in minerals such as calcium was reported to increase risk of heart failure when taken more than the recommended daily allowance. Just make sure you take just what you need and make sure you utilize these minerals by activating it with vitamin D. Having to feel nausea after taking multivitamins is a normal side effect when you have taken it with an empty stomach. Make sure that before you take your multivitamins, you have eaten enough to avoid nausea. The best multivitamins for you will the one suggested by your doctor after assessing your current health status and analyzing your eating habits. Through this, you can be rest assured that what you take is what your body really needs.