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Multi & Prenatal Vitamins

Multi & Prenatal Vitamins

Generally, we don't get all the necessary nutrients and vitamins our body needs daily. You may get vitamins every day from your diet, but the truth is, no one can get all the nutrients they need from a diet only. So, to fill in the nutritional gaps, multivitamins are available. They help give an adequate dose of under-consumed vitamins and minerals. Multivitamins are a mix of various vitamins. Taking them means you're cautious about your health, which is good. Prenatal vitamins aren't far-fetched either. They are also multivitamins but are particularly formulated for women to use before and during pregnancy.

Benefits of Vitamins

Every person needs about 30 essential vitamins and minerals that the body cannot synthesize independently. Multivitamins help with this, and can result in:

  • Boosting your immune system
  • Decreasing cancer risk
  • Reducing stress and anxiety
  • Boosting your energy levels
  • Giving you healthier skin
  • Enhancing your brain functionality

Different Types of Multivitamins

There are different multivitamins. Some are for kids, women, men, and seniors. This division is made to meet the specific need of each gender and age. For women's vitamins, usually contains iron, calcium, cranberry, etc. Women often need more iron to prevent iron deficiency since the body requires more iron due to blood loss during menstruation. Men's vitamins, on the other hand, most likely would contain Amino acids, Zinc, B Vitamins, etc. These specific vitamins help with muscle mass development and maintenance. Zinc is also known for healthy testosterone and prostate production. It doesn't mean Zinc can't be taken by women or calcium can't be taken by men. Additionally, the best prenatal vitamins should consist of Folic Acid. Folic acid or folate is an essential B vitamin that an expectant mother needs for optimum growth and development. This vitamin helps prevent crucial congenital disabilities in the fetus. It also helps with the baby's brain and spine development in the early stages of pregnancy. When getting prenatal vitamins, you should also pay attention to minerals like iron, as your body will need more blood to develop your placenta during pregnancy. And good fats like Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are excellent for developing the baby's eye and brain.

The Differences Between Children and Adult's Vitamins

Children's vitamins are almost always chewable, unlike adult vitamins that come in pills. Some certain vitamins and minerals are usually left out of children's vitamins because they may be harmful to them at that stage. In comparison, adult vitamins possess a relatively high amount of nutrients because their body as a whole requires such. Same with senior vitamins; they generally contain more Vitamin D as sit gets more challenging for the skin to incorporate Vitamin D from the sun when you're older.

How to Use Multi & Prenatal Vitamins

  • Eat before or after consuming vitamins
  • Only take the prescribed dose given by your physician
  • If you're taking other medications, ask your doctor before combining them
  • Inform your doctor about your allergies before taking any multivitamin
  • Do not take multivitamins with dairy products and antacids
  • Do not take prenatal vitamins with other vitamins without a doctor's go-ahead
  • Take it regularly and punctually to get the most benefits
  • Always take it with enough water