Multivitamin Ultra contains a full range of essential vitamins and other vital nutrients that have been carefully selected for their ability to support various functions and aspects of whole body health. This professional grade nutraceutical is packed with 27 nutrients that have the combined potential to promote healthy cardiovascular function, bone density, metabolic function, nervous system function, oxidative response and other processes that influence overall wellness.
B vitamins have been recognized for their versatile contributions to whole body health, including optimal bone health. In addition to the full B Complex, this potent multivitamin contains zinc, vitamin D, boron and vitamin K2 to support healthy bone density.
The full complement of B vitamins packed into each capsule of Multivitamin Ultra have also been recognized for their ability to support healthy cardiovascular function. To further support optimal cardiovascular function, this nutraceutical contains vitamins A, C and E as well as lutein, lycopene, Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), zeaxanthin and various carotenoids. Multivitamin Ultra also contains a powerful blend of nutrients that have been selected for their ability to help the body manage blood glucose levels, including alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), chromium and manganese in addition to vitamins B3 (niacin), B6, B7 (biotin), B12, C and E.
Choline and inositol (vitamin B8) work well together in a synergistic relationship. This powerful combination is known to support various processes and functions, including fat metabolism, cognitive function and maintaining the health of the myelin sheath, which protects the main body (axon) of each nerve cell.
Mixed carotenoids, ALA, lutein, zeaxanthin, lycopene and vitamins A, C and E have all been recognized for their ability to support a proper response to oxidative stress caused by elevated free radical oxidant activity.
What are essential minerals?
Essential minerals are a class of nutrients that the body needs for various processes but must be ingested due to the fact that the body cannot produce them naturally. These 13 minerals contribute to a wide range of processes and functions essential to whole body health, and a deficiency of any one of them could potentially lead to a variety of symptoms and health conditions. Some of the most well-known essential minerals include:
Calcium is critical for the formation and maintenance of healthy, strong bones. While calcium can be found in a variety of dairy products and other foods, it is not highly bioavailable (absorbable). Other nutrients like vitamin D often enhance the bioavailability of calcium to help the body absorb it into the bloodstream to be carried throughout the body. A calcium deficiency could lead to reduced bone density and an increased risk of osteoporosis.
This essential mineral is required for the production of thyroid hormones. In addition to its thyroid-producing responsibilities, iodine has been recognized for its ability to support proper brain development and healthy cognitive function.
Zinc is known for its anti-inflammatory properties as well as its ability to support healthy immune and cellular function. This essential mineral also assists the body with healing wounds, and it is needed for hundreds of enzymatic processes that the body requires for a wide range of functions, including the production of proteins and DNA synthesis.
Selenium has been recognized for its antioxidant properties, and the body requires it for proper thyroid metabolism. This essential mineral is also known to support healthy cardiovascular, immune and cognitive function.
Essential vitamins describe 13 vitamins that are essential to the health of various functions in the body. Vitamins A, D, E and K are fat-soluble, which means they are more readily bioavailable and can be stored in fat. The remaining essential vitamins, which include the entire Vitamin B Complex, are water-soluble. Not only are these vitamins less bioavailable than fat-soluble vitamins, but any leftover amounts are sent outside of the body through urine. With that much turnover, replenishing those essential vitamins on a consistent basis becomes even more critical to whole body health. Some of the most highly-recognized essential vitamins include:
Vitamin C is known for its potent antioxidant properties, and it is needed by the body to absorb iron. This essential vitamin also supports healthy immune, cognitive and cardiovascular function.
Known as the “sunshine vitamin” due to the body requiring exposure to sunlight in order to produce it, vitamin D is necessary for the absorption of vitamin C. This essential vitamin with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties has also been recognized for its ability to support optimal immune function and mood regulation.
Vitamin K is known for its critical role in blood clotting, but it has also been recognized for its influence on bone health. This essential vitamin helps produce proteins in the bone to promote optimal density and strength, and it works with vitamin D to help the body metabolize calcium.
Vitamin B Complex
The Vitamin B Complex describes the various forms of vitamin B. This class of water-soluble vitamins is known to support a variety of functions and processes that contribute to whole body health, including optimal cardiovascular function, energy production, immune function, digestion and nervous system function.
How can EVEXIAS Multivitamin Ultra help me?
While all essential vitamins and minerals can be obtained naturally, actually providing the body with adequate levels of these nutrients on a daily basis can be difficult. Fortunately, the nutraceutical industry has developed professional grade multivitamins to ensure that the body can receive a full range of essential nutrients every day. Professional grade nutraceutical products like Multivitamin Ultra contain a full range of essential vitamins and minerals that have been carefully selected for their high levels of bioavailability and their shared ability to promote optimal whole body health.