Women’s nutritional needs can be different to men’s, so a specialised multivitamin and mineral formulation may often be helpful.
This multivitamin can be used to support eye health and maintain health of capillaries.
This multivitamin may assist in the prevention of Vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Beta-carotene and Biotin, deficiency when dietary intake is inadequate.
It also may assist in the prevention of Zinc, Iron and Iodine deficiency when dietary intake is inadequate. Vitamin D helps calcium absorption and a diet deficient in calcium can lead to osteoporosis in later life.
Recommended Adult Dosage:
Take 1 capsule daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Precautions and contra-indications:
Always read the label; take only as directed, and if symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
Gluten, wheat, dairy products, egg, soy, artificial
colours, artificial flavours, artificial sweeteners or
Suggested Companion Products:
Wagner Fish Oil 1000: Supports the health and function of
the cardiovascular system. Supports the health of the brain and normal cognitive function.
Wagner Hair, Skin & Nails: This formula includes Horsetail herb extract with Zinc, Vitamin C and Biotin, all in a convenient, one-a-day capsule.
Each capsule provides
Thiamine nitrate 24.7mg
Equiv. Thiamine (Vit. B1) 20mg
Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 20mg
Nicotinamide (Vit B3) 20mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride 24.3mg
Equiv. Pyridoxine (Vit. B6) 20mg
Folic acid 95μg
Cyanocobalamin (Vit. B12) 20μg
Ascorbic acid (Vit. C) 50mg
Colecalciferol (Vit. D3 200 IU) 5μg
dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate
(Vit. E 10 IU) 10mg
Phytomenadione (Vit. K1) 50μg
Calcium pantothenate 31.7mg
Equiv. Pantothenic acid (Vit. B5) 29mg
Equiv. Calcium 2.7mg
Calcium (as Calcium
hydrogen phosphate) 37.3mg
Total Calcium 40mg
(as Magnesium citrate) 10mg
Iron (as Iron amino
acid chelate) 5mg
Zinc (as Zinc glycinate) 5mg
Chromium (as Chromic
chloride hexahydrate) 200μg
(as Potassium iodide) 150μg
(as Selenomethionine) 50μg
Herbal extracts equiv. dry
Vitis vinifera (Grape) seed 2.5g
(Siberian ginseng) root 900mg
Citrus bioflavonoids extract 5mg
Q1 How can a multivitamin supplement support general health?
A1 Your body requires a wide range of nutrients to maintain wellbeing and
support normal growth, immunity, metabolism and energy production.
Some of these nutrients – for example, certain amino acids or fatty
acids – your body can synthesise on its own. Others, however, need to
come from the food you eat.
In an ideal world, you would obtain all the nutrients you need from a
perfect diet. However, not everyone eats a perfect diet – and growing,
processing, cooking and storing techniques all affect the end nutrient
levels in your food. This means that while good nutrition should always
start with a balanced diet, some people may also benefi t from topping
up with a high quality multivitamin supplement.
Q2 How do B-vitamins support healthy energy levels?
A2 B-group vitamins help your body with the process of producing energy
both directly and indirectly. For example, Biotin directly assists with
producing cellular energy in the mitochondria (cell energy centres).
Less directly, by helping your body to break down the macronutrients in
food, Vitamins B1, B2 and B6 help enable you to extract the energy from
Additionally, your body relies on red blood cells to carry oxygen – which
is burned along with glucose for energy – to the cells that need it. So
by helping to form healthy red blood cells, Vitamins B2 and B12 also
indirectly support your energy levels.
Q3 Which nutrients in this formula specifi cally support women’s health?
A3 • Ribofl avin (Vitamin B2), which your body uses to support its natural
tissue repair processes. This vitamin also helps support healthy skin,
as well as strong hair and nails.
• Iron, which your body uses to make haemoglobin – the protein in red
blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs to the cells that need
it. Because menstruating women lose Iron each month, they tend to
need a higher dietary Iron intake than men do.
• Vitamin D, which supports bone health by assisting with Calcium
absorption. Eating a diet that is defi cient in Calcium before you
reach your peak bone mass (usually in your early 30s) may lead to
osteoporosis in later life. Good levels of Vitamin D can help your body
to absorb and use the Calcium in your diet.