GLONUTRA DAILY ESSENTIALS- WOMEN
Glonutra Daily Essentials for Women consists of special blend of ingredients which provides a holistic support to overall Women’s health. The unique combination of herbs, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids support all vital body functions, protect against infections and, also help support energy production while promoting fresh and healthy blood formation.
The Daily essential Women supplement helps in the maintenance of healthy bones, skin, hair, and vision. They also help manage all vital body functions, protect against infections and, also help support energy production while promoting fresh and healthy blood formation.
Women need fewer calories than men, but in many cases, they have higher vitamin and mineral needs, adequate intake of calcium, iron, and folic acid are of special importance for women. Due to the hormonal changes associated with menstruation and pregnancy, women are more susceptible than men to weakened bones and osteoporosis. Post-menopausal women require more calcium than male (1000 -1200/day Women are at increased risk of iron-deficiency anemia due to the monthly blood loss associated with menstruation. The average pre-menopausal woman needs about 3Omilligrams of iron per day.
During adolescence and early adulthood, women need to consume foods rich in calcium to build peak (maximum) bone mass. This will reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis. Women also need an adequate intake of calories to support energy and nutritional needs in order for the body to function properly. Older women generally require fewer calories to support and sustain energy needs A well-balanced diet, comprised of a variety of foods, adequately meets women’s needs for vitamins, minerals, and energy. For good health, women need to pay special attention to calcium, iron, and folate (folic acid) intake. vitamins and minerals or dietary supplements help prevent or treat health problems or slow the aging process. Daily multivitamin tablets can be beneficial to some people who do not consume a balanced diet or a variety of foods All women need calcium to build peak (maximum) bone mass during their early years of life. Low calcium intake is one important factor in the development of osteoporosis, a disease in which bone density decreases and leads to weak bones and future fractures. Women have a greater risk than men of developing osteoporosis. Without enough iron, iron deficiency anemia can develop and cause symptoms that include fatigue and headaches. After menopause, body iron generally increases. As women age, the body undergoes many changes and the major concern is menopause, when hormone levels begin to drop and the menstrual cycle. The decline in estrogen levels associated with menopause puts women at increased risk for declining bone density and fracture. Statistics show that one in two women age 50 and older usually suffer an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime.