Vitamins for 60 year old women Fancl - 1 month
What are Vitamin for women after 60 years old by Fancl?
Fancl's vitamin complex designed for women over 60 is a comprehensive solution tailored to meet the specific nutritional needs of this age group. Each daily sachet, containing a combination of tablets and capsules, delivers a range of essential vitamins and minerals vital for maintaining health and well-being in later years.
One of the key ingredients is Vitamin D, which plays a crucial role in bone health, helping to prevent osteoporosis and fractures that are more common among older women. Vitamin E contributes to skin health and acts as an antioxidant, potentially reducing the signs of aging. The inclusion of Vitamin B complex, including B1, B2, B6, and B12, supports nerve function, energy metabolism, and cognitive health.
Niacin and folic acid are essential for cardiovascular health and can help manage age-related conditions. Biotin supports healthy hair and nails, while Pantothene Acid contributes to overall vitality. Vitamin C, known for its immune-boosting properties, can also aid in collagen production for skin elasticity.
Calcium is vital for maintaining bone density, which tends to decline with age, and Inositol helps with nerve signaling. The presence of Vitamin P (hesperidin) and Wisteria tea polyphenol provides antioxidant support, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases.
The addition of DHA-containing purified fish oil supports brain function and may help with cognitive decline. Olive leaf extract powder, reduced coenzyme Q10, and lutein contribute to cardiovascular and eye health. Astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant that can combat oxidative stress, while cyanidin-3-glucoside supports cellular health.
Soy isoflavone is known for its potential benefits in menopausal symptom relief, and lactobionic acid-containing lactose fermented product aids digestion. HTC collagen, type II collagen, and proteoglycan support joint and skin health. Finally, ginkgo leaf-derived flavonoid glycoside and terpene lactone contribute to overall cognitive function.
It's important to note that all Fancl vitamin complexes are manufactured in Japan, known for its stringent quality standards. Fancl's commitment to using natural organic materials, including fresh fish oils and marine collagen, ensures the preservation of the beneficial functions of these organic components. Fancl's vitamin complex for women over 60 provides a comprehensive blend of essential vitamins and minerals, promoting overall health and addressing specific needs associated with aging.
- Vitamin D: 12.9μg,
- Vitamin E: 3.2mg,
- Vitamin B1: 8.3mg,
- Vitamin B2: 4.0mg,
- Niacin: 5.0mg,
- Vitamin B6: 4.3mg,
- Folic acid: 267μg,
- Vitamin B12: 23.0μg,
- Biotin: 167μg,
- Pantothene Acid: 10.0mg,
- Vitamin C: 100mg,
- Calcium: 100mg,
- Inositol: 17mg,
- Vitamin P (hesperidin): 1.6mg,
- Wisteria tea polyphenol: 0.5mg,
- DHA-containing purified fish oil: 197mg (DHA: 92mg, EPA: 8mg),
- Olive leaf extract powder: 1.2mg,
- coenzyme Q10: 15mg,
- lutein: 5mg,
- astaxanthin: 2mg,
- cyanidin-3-glucoside: 1.2mg,
- soy isoflavone: 6.3mg (as aglycone),
- lactobionic acid-containing lactose fermented product: 5.5 mg,
- HTC collagen: 25 mg (tripeptide-rich collagen peptide),
- ginkgo leaf-derived flavonoid glycoside: 14.4 mg,
- ginkgo leaf-derived terpene lactone: 3.6 mg,
- ferulic acid: 50 mg,
- proteoglycan: 5 mg,
- type II collagen: 5 mg
Maker: FANCL Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
Indications: supporting health for female patients of 60-70 years old.
How to take
Take 1-2 sachets a day with water or warm water.
Contraindications: do not use for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Do not take simultaneously other warfarin or other anticoagulants.
Do not take simultaneously with other supplement containing isoflavones to avoid overdosage.
Your urine color may temporarily change to a yellowish while taking this medicine.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.