Poliquin Multivitamins

Jul 13, 2015

Poliquin Multivitamins

Living an active lifestyle has many positive benefits to ones health, however, exercise itself leads to increased oxidative stress in the body. This stress results in a greater demand for the intake of vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals are necessary for every day function as they play a major role in the metabolism of food and energy production.

The body requires many different vitamins and minerals to prevent oxidative stress and inflammation. Oxidative stress is when the body lacks the capability to counteract free radicals. These free radicals cause damage to cells in the body and ultimately can lead to pathophysiological issues such as cancer, heart attacks, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s. The Journal of American Medical Association recommends all patients take multivitamins because most people do not consume enough vitamins and minerals through their diet (Fletcher & Fairfield, 2002).

Issues related to low or insufficient vitamins and mineralsMultivits_Equal3

– Poor immune function

– Joint pain

– Anemia

– Acne

– Fatigue

– Inability to gain lean mass

Benefits of vitamins and minerals

– Vitamin A is good for vision

– B vitamins create energy

– Vitamin C provides improved immune function

– Vitamin D promotes weight loss

– Vitamin E improves brain function

– Calcium strengthens bones

– Iodine is important in thyroid function

– Folate decreases risk of cancer

– Iron improves production of red blood cells

– Zinc helps to increase testosterone

– Chromium stimulates glucose uptake

– Biotin improves skin


The Poliquin product is Multi Intense. The recommended dosage is four to eight tablets per day dependent on diet. For questions regarding price please feel free to come into our facility located at 1129 Empress Street or contact info@purewinnipeg.com. Based on the recommended dosage a single bottle will last approximately one month. We encourage you to read our post regarding Vitamin D next week.


Sources:

Fletcher, R., Fairfield, K. (2002). Vitamins for Chronic Disease Prevention in Adults Clinical Applications. Journal of American Medical Association, 3127-3129.

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