Why do Men Need Multivitamins?
Owing to the current social circumstances, men hardly find time to take care of themselves and are left with no time for a healthy diet option.
The nutrients, vitamins and minerals, are very important for the daily metabolic activities taking place in our body along with providing good physical and mental health. Forming a protective shield against diseases and maintaining vigour. When these elements start getting deficient, the body gets affected in the form of impairment of physical strength, fatigue, anxiety, acute & chronic ailments and last but not least, early onset of ageing. Therefore, the best way to help protect oneself is aiming to be physically fit, active, and mentally alert, so prolonging ageing by taking a supplement.
We at The Good Guru, have formulated an Organic MultiVitamin for men that:
Provides 18 best nutrients to cope up the daily requirements of men of all ages.
Delays ageing due to the rich anti-oxidants
Improves physical endurance and mental well-being, fights stress, help to face challenging situations
Rich in Minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Phosphorus, Manganese and Copper to give optimum health at the cellular level and boosts immunity
Improves cardiac health and enhance sleep quality
Now let us understand the role of these micro-nutrients in detail.
The function of vitamins in the human body is extensive. When it comes to good vision, the vitamin that comes in our mind, is A. It is also responsible to keep the immune system optimum. The strong antioxidant, Vitamin C & E has a role in preventing the oxidative stress by the act of neutralising the free radicals. The imbalance of free radical leads to the damage of healthy cells. The best source of Vitamin D is sun exposure. This vitamin is essential for calcium absorption, strong muscles and bones, help produce testosterone, maintain brain health, control the blood pressure and cholesterol. Most of the B-complex vitamins regulate daily metabolism, for e.g., the conversion of fats and carbohydrates into energy components. Vitamin B2 aids in the formation of the haemoglobin, the oxygen carrier to each and every cell. Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, is responsible for relaxation, fine motor control and mental performance. The vitamins B1, B6, B12 affect the formation of this serotonin. Medically, when the levels of vitamin B12 remain depleted for a long period, fatigue & depression is likely to occur. This vitamin is important to keep up the brain functions. Folic Acid, B9, is needed for energy production and formation of red blood cells. Vitamin B1&B2 is necessary for the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. B5 aids in hormone and cholesterol production. B3 is needed for DNA production and repair.
The minerals are very important for bone health, proper functioning of the muscles, heart, brain, transportation of the signals in nerve cells.
Calcium, phosphorus and magnesium give the bones, its strength and density along with being responsible for strong and healthy teeth. Iron is the oxygen carrier. Zinc is important for the strong immune system, healing of wounds and repairing damaged cells. Potassium maintains the water balance in the nerves and muscles and also regulates the blood pressure. Phosphorus is essential for the structure of the cell membranes. Sodium regulates the water content and keep the electrolytes in balance. Fluoride protects the teeth from decay.
Iodine is a vital component of the thyroid hormones that regulates the metabolic rate of physical and mental development. Copper is an important factor of many enzymes and is required to produce red and white blood cells. Chromium promotes the action of insulin, the hormone that regulates the glucose levels in the blood.