Women's Daily Vitamins & Supplements

You’ll probably be getting enough vitamins from your diet alone, but as women’s bodies are constantly evolving, sometimes it’s tricky to achieve the recommended amount.read moreSee less

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FAQs

Vitamins do not contain oestrogen, but if you’re lacking this important hormone, there are vitamins out there that may be able to increase the amount your body produces.

 

The B vitamins may play a vital role in the creation of oestrogen, and in turn, a low level can reduce the level of oestrogen.

 

Vitamin D functions as a hormone within the body and can work together with oestrogen to fight things such as cardiovascular disease.

A hormonal imbalance can affect your mood, weight, appetite, and appearance, like your skin and hair.

 

So, it’s important to provide your body with the supplements it needs to stay healthy and balanced.

 

The natural plant nutrient diindolylmethane (DIM) promotes hormone, breast, and uterine health, in addition to supporting oestrogen metabolisation.

 

Omega 3 is anti-inflammatory which may ease certain symptoms of a hormonal imbalance, and can even improve blood flow throughout the body.

If you’re pregnant or trying to conceive, the NHS recommends that you should take a 400 microgram folic acid supplement every day until you’re 12 weeks pregnant.

 

This is because folic acid helps to form the neural tube and low levels of the vitamin could lead to major birth defects of your baby’s brain.

 

It is best to start taking folic acid before you’re pregnant, as birth defects can occur within the first 3-4 weeks of pregnancy, so make sure you’re getting your daily dose whilst trying to conceive.

When you reach 50, it might be time to start thinking about introducing certain vitamins and supplements tailored to people your age.

 

As we get older, our bodies might not absorb the nutrients from food as effectively, meaning we’re more likely to become deficient in certain vitamins.

 

Some of the key vitamin supplements you may need to introduce when you’re over 50 are vitamin D and B12, Omega-3, and calcium.

 

Always check with your doctor or pharmacist if you think you may be deficient in any vitamins or minerals.