The Ultimate Daily Multivitamin
Livefit Mega Multi is a complex blend of 40 vitamins, minerals and nutrients, designed to perfectly assist your diet. It has been carefully designed as the ultimate daily multivitamin, contributing to a balance of all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients your body uses in one multivitamin supplement.
Mega Multi includes a host of nutrients including vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12 C, D3, E, folic acid, iron, magnesium, iodine and zinc Zinc
What Does Livefit Mega Multi Do?
- Boosts Energy Levels
- Supports Overall Health
- Supports Mental Health
- Supports Muscular & Bone Health
- Supports Sexual Health
- Enhances Beauty
- Support Hormones & Normal Blood Formation
The Importance of Vitamins and Minerals
These are essential nutrients for the body because they perform hundreds of roles in the body.
From maintaining bone strength & healing wounds, to strengthening the immune system. They even help convert food into energy, and repair cellular damage. Vitamins & Minerals are referred to as Micronutrients as they body only requires tiny amounts of each.
Though vitamins & minerals are micronutrients, they differ in a few ways. Vitamins can be broken down by heat, air, or acid so cooking, storage and exposure to air can reduce their nutritional content.
Minerals on the other hand maintain their chemical structure so they easily find their way into the body via plants, fish, animals, and fluids consumed.
There are two types of vitamins – Water soluble and fat soluble.
Water soluble vitamins include Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12 & C. These vitamins flow freely in the water portions of food and circulate easily in the body. Their main roles are to:
- Release energy from food
- Produce energy
- Build proteins and cells - metabolising amino acids and enabling cells to multiply.
- Make collagen which is the supporting structure of skin, blood vessels & connective tissues and forms a base for teeth and bones.
Fat soluble vitamins do not enter the bloodstream with ease like water soluble ones. Instead they travel with proteins through the lymph channels of the intestinal walls. Fat tissues and the liver act as an enclosure for these vitamins and release them as needed. Fat soluble vitamins are Vitamin A, D & E. Their main roles are to:
- Build bones
- Protect vision
- Interact well together as without presence vitamin E, the body would have difficulty absorbing and storing vitamin A.
- Protect the body through its antioxidant properties
Major minerals such as magnesium. It's main role is to:
- Maintain the balance of water in the body
- Support healthy bones
- Stabilise protein structures including hair, skin & nails
Trace minerals are required by the body in small amounts. These include Iodine, Iron and Zinc. A few roles they serve include:
- Iron for transporting oxygen around the body
- Fluoride for strengthening bones and teeth
- Zinc strengthens the immune response.
- Helping create enzymes that perform important functions or enhance their activity.
Vitamins & minerals contain antioxidant compounds known as carotenoids and flavonoids. These help fight against free radical cell damage within the body. Healthy cells travel in pairs. Free radicals are essentially single rogue cells that destroy healthy ones. This can lead to chronic illness and disease. Antioxidants help stabilise free radicals by attaching themselves to a single cell, essentially make it a pair again and acting as a healthy cell.
Vitamins and minerals are undoubtedly essential to health. Therefore a daily multivitamin & mineral supplement is ideal if your diet is deficient in vitamins and minerals to help support optimal health.
Features & Benefits – Why Take Livefit Mega Multi
- Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B9 B12, C, and iodine aid metabolism
- Vitamins B2, B3, B6, B12 and C help reduce tiredness and fatigue
- Vitamins B2, C & E and zinc help protect cells from oxidative stress
- Vitamins A, B6, B12, C and D, and zinc help maintain the normal function of the immune system
- Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 and C, and iodine help maintain the normal functioning of the nervous system
- Vitamin A, B2 and zinc supports normal vision
- Vitamin B1 supports the normal function of the heart
- Vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12 and C support normal psychological function
- Iodine and zinc supports normal cognitive function
Muscular & Bone Health
- Manganese helps maintains normal formation of connective tissue
- Vitamin D helps maintain normal muscle function
- Vitamin D, zinc and manganese help maintain normal bones
- Vitamin D supports & maintains normal teeth
Cells, Blood and Hormones
- Vitamins A, B2 and B3 helps maintain normal mucous membranes
- Iodine promotes the normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function
- Vitamins B6 & B12 contribute to normal homocysteine metabolism
- Vitamins B6 & B12 support normal red blood cell formation
- Vitamin B2 helps maintain normal red blood cells
- Vitamins B12, D and zinc has a role in the process of cell division
- Zinc contributes to normal protein synthesis
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal cysteine synthesis
- Zinc contributes to normal DNA synthesis
- Zinc contributes to normal acid-base, carbohydrate, vitamin A, macronutrient and fatty acid metabolism
- Vitamin A has a role in the process of cell specialisation
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism
- Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity
- Zinc aids fertility and reproduction
- Zinc helps maintain normal testosterone levels in the blood
- Vitamin C promotes collagen formation for the normal function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums, skin and teeth
- Zinc supports the health of hair & nails
- Vitamins A, B2, B3, and iodine and zinc supports skin health
Interaction with Other Supplements
- Vitamin C contributes to the regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E
- Vitamin C increases iron absorption
- Vitamins A and B2 aid iron metabolism
- Vitamin D helps the body absorb/utilise calcium and phosphorus
- Vitamin D supports blood calcium levels
Is Livefit Mega Multi Right For Me?
Mega Multi contains a wide array of vitamins, minerals and nutrients to help support numerous functions in the body. Multivitamins should not be seen as an alternative to a healthy balanced diet, but if your diet is deficient in some nutrients and you are experiencing any symptoms of inadequate nutrition such as tiredness & fatigue, muscular or joint pain, weak bones, dry skin or more, then Mega Multi may be beneficial for you.
Multivitamins in the Press
These articles relate to numerous nutrients that are contained within each Livefit Mega Multi capsule. Read more to gain a greater insight into the theory behind Mega Multi.
Health Article: Daily Mail: Muscle cramps? Bad breath? Fatigue? They can all be caused by a lack of vitamins or minerals - so here's how to eat yourself healthy
Most of us suffer from one of these annoying, minor health niggles at some point, little realising that a lack of vitamins or minerals may be to blame.
'Diet and poor nutrition are often overlooked by health practitioners despite being related to everyday health complaints,' says Professor David Kennedy, psychobiologist at Northumbria University.
When it comes to minor ailments there are lots of things you can do to help yourself.
As Ursula Arens explains: 'You are the expert in what is normal for you, so if you're suffering from a minor health complaint, try dietary changes or, where appropriate, supplements.'
The point about vitamins and minerals, she says, is that these are better absorbed from food than from pills - although in some cases the amount of food you'd need to eat is absurd, so a supplement may be worth considering.
For Muscle Cramps you need: Magnesium
This mineral is crucial for nerves transmitting messages to the muscles. But many of us are deficient, says Ursula Arens.
'Our diets tend not to be very magnesium-rich because foods such as fast food, fizzy drinks, crisps, biscuits and refined grains are very low in magnesium.' In addition, many of us consume a lot of milk and dairy products and these and other calcium-rich foods can lower magnesium levels’.
Health Article: Daily Mail: Feeling tired and forgetful? Why your Vitamin B levels could be to blame...
Vitamin B12 plays an important role in health — for example it helps the brain and nervous system function, and is important for the formation of blood cells. It is also needed for the manufacture of myelin, the insulating material that surrounds certain nerve cells.
A lack of vitamin B12 typically causes extreme fatigue, muscle weakness and problems with memory and concentration. It can also lead to temporary infertility in women, while a lack of it during pregnancy can result in foetal abnormalities.
The nutrient is found in red meat, fish and dairy products and most people can get enough from diet.
However up to 18 per cent of the population are deficient in it, with 80 per cent of these women, according to retired GP Dr Joseph Chandy, president of the B12 Deficiency Support Group, a figure he bases on anecdotal evidence.
Deficiency is linked to ageing and in the elderly, it may be linked to dementia, adds David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at Oxford University. ‘Once levels fall below 500 pg/ml (picograms per millilitre — the normal range being 500 to 1,000), the brain starts to deteriorate at twice the usual rate, making memory loss six times more likely.’
In fact diet is rarely a cause of a deficiency, explains Dr Premini Mahendra, a consultant haematologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. That’s because the vitamin can be easily obtained from food sources — for instance 3oz (85g) of canned tuna provides around 2.4mcg. ‘Since it is found in red meat and dairy products, it tends to be vegetarians and vegans who are prone to dietary deficiency,’ she explains.
More common is for a deficiency to arise from an inability to absorb the vitamin correctly. Simply getting older increases this risk because as we age, the stomach shrinks and produces less of the acid needed for B12 to be absorbed.
Health Article: Daily Mail: Don't give up on vitamin C
Vitamin C is known to have a number of functions in the body, including an ability to kill several types of viruses. In addition, vitamin C can stimulate the immune system in a number of ways. These effects mean that, in theory, vitamin C should be able to help combat viral infections such as cold and flu.
In fact, there is good scientific evidence which shows that relatively large doses of vitamin C (typically 1.5-4g per day, taken in divided doses) reduces the duration of the common cold by about a third.
How, then, could it be that the recent study published in the Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) failed to show any benefit from vitamin C?