센트럼 실버 여성 50+세 종합비타민 250 정 파이자
Centrum Silver 50+ Women Multivitamin/ Minerals 250 Tab. Pfizer
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Now Centrum Silver Women is 25% smaller1 and has a new smooth coating that’s easy to swallow.
Centrum Silver Women applies the latest nutritional science to bring you the most complete multivitamin specially formulated for women 50+.
The multivitamin provides key nutrients to help support the health of your heart,2 brain3 and eyes.† 4
Additionally, the formula is personalized for women to help support bone health.†
Heart Health : B-Vitamins and lycopene to help promote heart health.†1
Brain Health : Zinc and B-Vitamins to help support normal brain function.†
Eye Health : Vitamins A, C, and E, and Lutein to help support healthy eyes.†
Bone Health : A combination of vitamin D and calcium helps maintain strong bones.†
VITAMIN & MINERAL NEEDS: 50+
They say turning 50 is a milestone, and it is, if only because certain nutrient needs change at this juncture of life.
You may notice no difference in your health, or your energy level, but nutrition experts say this is an important time to evaluate your diet so that you can be as active as you like.
Here are some of the most important mid-life changes in vitamin and mineral needs for men and women, as determined by the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
Vitamin B12’s many functions include helping to produce red blood cells, making DNA, and supporting heart health and the nervous system. You don’t need more vitamin B12 after age 50, but you do need a different type of this important nutrient.
Here’s why. After 50, many people absorb less of the naturally-occurring vitamin B12 from foods, such as meat, milk, and eggs. That’s because the body produces less stomach acid, which is necessary to absorb vitamin B12 in its natural form. Synthetic vitamin B12, the type added to fortified foods and dietary supplements, can be absorbed without stomach acid.
The need for vitamin B6, which helps support your energy level and contributes to heart health, goes up slightly after age 50 for men and women. Vitamin B6 is found in an array of animal and plant foods. Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin, which means your body doesn’t store it and you need to consume it every day. A balanced diet with a variety of fresh and lightly processed foods helps to satisfy your vitamin B6 needs.
Suggested vitamin D intakes don’t change during mid-life for men or women, but vitamin D is worth mentioning. Your body has the ability to produce vitamin D from skin exposure to sunlight, however most people do not produce adequate vitamin D due to a variety of reasons. For example, aging is associated with a reduced capacity to produce vitamin D in the skin. Many people also fail to get enough vitamin D from food as it is found naturally in a few foods. It’s wise to consider dietary supplements to help you meet vitamin D needs. With time, even slight shortfalls in vitamin D jeopardize bone strength.
1 Not a substitute for cholesterol-lowering drugs.
CENTRUM® SILVER® WOMEN INFORMATION
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