HiVita Men's Multi 60tabs
Dosage and directions for use
Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Always read the label. Use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Vitamins can only be of assistance if dietary vitamin intake is inadequate. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from sunlight.
Do not use if cap seal is broken.
- This product contains selenium, which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150mcg for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
- Men who are middle-aged, elderly, or malnourished and predominantly eating supermarket quality or packaged/frozen/take-away foods (fresh organic produce naturally contains the bulk of these nutrients).
- Men suffering from exhaustion. Men’s Multi contains a high dose of withania/ashwagandha, an adrenal tonic herb and B-complex, for energy production.
- Men suffering from adrenal fatigue, which may cause testosterone depletion and suppress libido. Testosterone levels may be restored with tonic herbs like withania, as well as zinc and vitamin D. Selenium and zinc may assist in maintaining male reproductive health.
- Men planning to conceive and are considering supplementation for at least 3 months prior to improve diet, health and fitness. Selenium, zinc, and withania-adaptogenic herb may to help improve sperm quality and aid in the maintenance of healthy testosterone.
- Men with a demanding work life, e.g. pilots/flight attendants, nurses, shift workers, manual workers, executives.
- Men who are exposed daily to hazardous chemicals, e.g. factory and laboratory workers, cleaners, builders, renovators
- Men who want to improve their body composition and lean muscle mass. Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s) are among the most beneficial and effective supplements in any sports nutrition program
- Men who physically train heavily on a regular basis, especially athletes
- Men who regularly drink alcohol or smoke tobacco
- Men over 50 who are concerned about ageing appearance (Antioxidant support of lycopene, selenium, Vitamin E and Vitamin C) Antioxidants are known to scavange free radicals that may slow down the aging process.
- Men in institutions (eg aged care) who need support for healthy immune functions and metabolism.
- Men wanting to support the body’s ability to maintain healthy bone metabolism. HIVITA® Men’s Multi contains vitamin D, calcium, vitamin K1, boron and other essential co-factor nutrients essential for bone health. A diet deficient in calcium can lead to osteoporosis in later life.
- Men recovering from certain ailments or conditions who require additional nutritional support through diet and supplements
- Men deficient in chromium, an essential trace element for the metabolism of carbohydrates. Chromium is believed to work with hormone insulin to control sugar levels in the body.
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