daily vitamins for women and men

Living Alchemy Is Proud to Launch DAILY +: A Daily Supplement for Men and Women

Choosing a multivitamin shouldn’t have to be complicated, but with so many options available these days, sorting through the sea of choices can be overwhelming. A natural place to start when narrowing down the selection: your gender.

Though men and women both require the same essential vitamins and minerals for overall health, how much we each need varies. Would choosing a gender-specific supplement such as Living Alchemy’s Men’s DAILY + and Women’s DAILY + benefit you? Here’s how to know for sure.

Should Men and Women Take Different Multivitamins?

Since men and women have different nutritional needs, we also need different dietary supplements. For women, the differences are most dramatic during pregnancy, breastfeeding and before and after menopause. 

It is worth noting that some differences in nutrient needs between the sexes are due solely to the differences in typical body size between most men and women. 

In most other cases, though, the difference can be rather striking. As an example, women have much higher iron needs, especially in childbearing years. Calcium requirements for women often also rise during and after menopause because of the risk of developing osteoporosis as estrogen levels drop. 

On the other hand, men need more of several nutrients — zinc, chromium, riboflavin, niacin, choline, thiamin and vitamins A, C and K — than women. 

Introducing Living Alchemy’s Men’s DAILY + and Women’s DAILY +

Living Alchemy’s Men’s DAILY + and Women’s DAILY + have been specially formulated to optimize the entire body by harnessing the power of activated full spectrum nutrients derived from fermented whole foods, herbs and mushrooms. 

These daily fermented supplements are beneficial for everyone, but are especially useful for men and women who are not meeting their recommended daily nutrient intake, those with ailments or eating disorders, and even athletes and highly active people.   

Living Alchemy’s Men’s DAILY + 

Men’s DAILY + is a dietary supplement that acts as a whole body optimizer for maintaining men's health. It has been specifically crafted to enhance men’s everyday energy levels, bolster the immune system, and provide support for healthy aging. Carefully selected key minerals and whole herbs, such as Siberian ginseng, enriched through fermentation, helps to boost men’s energy and vitality.

Men’s DAILY + also contains zinc obtained from fermented whole food, which is more digestible and easier on the stomach than the non-fermented form. Zinc is essential for a healthy prostate and important for male reproductive system development and function. It is recommended that men over the age of 18 get 11 milligrams of zinc daily.

Living Alchemy’s Women’s DAILY +

Research suggests that women are more likely than men to experience iron deficiency. Women’s DAILY + contains fermented iron obtained through koji fermentation. This mineral is generally considered important for healthy fertility, prenatal and postpartum health, and cognitive health.

Women's DAILY + has also been specifically crafted to enhance women’s everyday energy levels, maintain a strong immune system, and provide support for healthy aging. We selected key minerals and whole herbs, such as red raspberry leaf, enriched through fermentation, for women’s specific health needs. Fermentation helps women enjoy potent, easily digestible and highly absorbable nutrients that provide a daily dose of transformative wellness.

Living Alchemy’s Men’s DAILY + and Women’s DAILY + Proven Benefits

  • Help with immune function, in energy metabolism and tissue formation.
  • Help to maintain healthy bones, hair, nail, skin, the body's ability to metabolize nutrients. 
  • Form red blood cells and help in their proper function. 
  • Source of antioxidants and fungal polysaccharides with immunomodulating properties.

The Benefits of Taking Vitamins Every Day

Taking fermented whole food multivitamins can help your nutritional intake align with what Canadian nutritional guidelines suggest. Since guidelines for men and women differ, a gender-specific multi meant to meet those unique needs makes sense. 

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