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MegaFood Multi for Women 55 Plus -- 60 Tablets


MegaFood Multi for Women 55 Plus
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MegaFood Multi for Women 55 Plus -- 60 Tablets

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MegaFood Multi for Women 55 Plus Description

  • Fresh From Farm To Tablet™
  • Supports Health & Well-Being
  • Vitamin B12 to Help Support Cellular Energy Production
  • With Brown Rice, Carrots, Broccoli & Oranges
  • Doctor Tieraona Low Dog, M.D. Formulated
  • Certified Gluten Free
  • Glyphosate Residue Free
  • Tested Free of Pesticides & Herbicides
  • Soy Free • Dairy Free
  • Non GMO
  • Vegetarian
  • Iron, Vitamin K & Iodine Free Formula
  • 30 Servings

MegaFood® Multi for Women 55+ is formulated by award-winning integrative medical physician, Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., specifically for women over the age of 55 who seek optimal health and well-being. This multivitamin is crafted with a blend of vitamins, minerals and green tea leaf extract that support a woman’s unique physiological needs. It includes 1000 IU (25 mcg) of vitamin D to support healthy bones,  B vitamins and zinc to support cognitive function, and B vitamins, including methylated folate and B12, for healthy cellular energy production.

 

Benefits:

  • Designed to support the unique nutritional needs of women over 55 for optimal health & well-being
  • Doctor-formulated by Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., MegaFood Chief Medical Advisor & award-winning expert in women's health & dietary supplementation
  • Premium multivitamin crafted with a unique pairing of essential vitamins and minerals (like vitamins A & C) with real food (like carrots & organic oranges, as well as green tea leaf extract, to support a woman’s unique physiological needs
  • Includes 25 mcg (1000 IU) of vitamin D3 per serving to support healthy bones, a full spectrum of B vitamins (including methylated folate) to support cellular energy production & nervous system health, as well as healthy cardiovascular function and choline to support a healthy memory & cognitive function
  • Formulated without calcium and magnesium. (Those minerals are recommended to be taken at least two hours apart from a daily vitamin.) We suggest you also take MegaFood® Bone Health
  • Take anytime of day, even on an empty stomach


Directions

Suggested Use: 2 tablets daily with a beverage. May be taken anytime throughout the day, even on an empty stomach.
Free Of
Gluten, pesticides, herbicides, soy, dairy, GMOs, iron, vitamin K, glyphosate residue.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Tablets
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin A (beta carotene with carrot)3500 IU70%
Vitamin C ascorbic acid with organic orange)100 mg167%
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol with S. cerevisiae)1000 IU250%
Vitamin E d-alpha tocopherol [sunflower] with orgnaic brown rice.22 IU73%
Thiamin (B1) (thiamine HCI with S. cerevisiae)2 mg133%
Riboflavin (B2) (riboflavon 5'-phosphate sodium with organic brown rice)5 mg294%
Niacin (niacinamide with S. cerevisiae)20 mg100%
Vitamin B6 (P5P with organic brown rice)6 mg300%
Folate (L-5-MTHF with broccoli)200 mcg50%
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalmin with S. cerevisiae)20 mcg333%
Biotin (with organic brown rice)300 mcg100%
Pantothenic Acid (d-calcium pantothenate with organic brown rice)8 mg80%
Iodine (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)50 mcg33%
Zinc (rice amino acid chelate)15 mg100%
Selenium (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)50 mcg71%
Copper (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)150 mcg8%
Manganese (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)1 mg50%
Chromium (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)120 mcg100%
Molybdenum (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)60 mcg80%
Potassium (mineral bound S. cerevisiae)3 mg<1%
Choline (choline bitartrate)200 mg*
Green Tea Leaf Extract250 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cellulose, silica, stearic acid.
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Encourage Healthy Habits for Aging Parents With These Tips

It goes without saying that you want your senior parents to stay healthy. Furthermore, it’s a given that much of their staying healthy depends on maintaining a healthy diet. That, however, is the challenge. Wanting your aging parents to have good dietary routines is one thing, but enforcing or encouraging those routines are different practices altogether. You can’t always be hands-on with your parents’ health, but there are some things you can do to help them follow a healthy diet.

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Caring for Parents as They Age

Know what they should eat

The most important step in helping your parents with their diet is educating yourself on healthy eating for seniors. This is a broad topic; there is not a set menu for seniors that makes it easy to track priorities. There are, however, foods the older population can include in their diets more regularly. This includes: Eating foods that fall into these categories can accomplish a number of healthy objectives. First and foremost, leafy veggies, fresh fruits and whole grains can help to fill out meals without racking up calories. Additionally, lean proteins and moderate consumption of low-fat dairy can help seniors to maintain energy levels and provide proper amounts of nutrients, like vitamin D (for which deficiency is common).

If they’re moving to a facility, assess the food

One common issue with senior nutrition is food quality in care facilities. Seniors who move into these facilities sometimes find the food unappetizing. Fortunately, this is something the industry is aware of, and they’re working to make improvements. Today, it is not uncommon for facilities to advertise their menus and food preparations as highlights to facility living. If you’re concerned about your parents’ diets, assessing the quality of meals should still be a priority when choosing a facility. This doesn’t mean that a bad meal results in a place being crossed off the list, but you should try to ensure the food is both healthy and appetizing anywhere your parents move. If they don’t like the main offerings, they may wind up eating more snack foods or simply not eating enough.

Speak to administrators about diet plans

Another important step when choosing a senior living facility is speaking with hands-on administrators about forming and enforcing proper diet plans. This way you can work with someone who can monitor the diet and health of your parents on a day-to-day basis. In years past, people in leadership roles at senior living facilities were primarily thought of as businesspeople, but thanks to a shift in industry expectations and education, these roles have become more specialized. This specialized education helps leadership and staff collaborate with family members to manage care and relate to your parents.

Encourage exercise

Encouraging exercise sounds at first like it doesn’t relate to diet, but there’s reason to believe that motivating your parents to exercise regularly can play a role in making it easier for them to maintain proper nutrition. Natalie Butler, a corporate dietitian at Apple, explains in an article about healthy eating for seniors that many seniors get less physical activity, and as a result burn fewer calories. This reduces the need for calories, which means – in some cases – lower appetite. Regular exercise could help seniors maintain their appetites.

Encourage hydration

You should also do what you can to encourage your parents to maintain adequate hydration throughout the day. It’s well known that we actually lose some of our “thirst sensation” as we grow older; it’s part of the aging process. But this can result quite commonly in dehydration. Additionally, dehydration can be compounded by the fact that seniors tend to lose more liquid through urination. In short, the older we get, the more easily we can become dehydrated. Without proper hydration, your senior parents will digest their food less effectively, and ultimately get less out of the nutrients they’re meant to be benefiting from. Encouraging adequate water consumption is therefore a key part of this process as well. It can take a lot of effort, coordination, and perseverance to help your parents stick to healthy diet plans as they age. By educating yourself on proper nutrition, working with healthcare and living facilities, and encouraging good habits, you can help them to maintain proper nutrition and healthy lifestyles.

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