Women’s Health

Considering the numerous physiological and hormonal changes a woman’s body under goes during pregnancy, breastfeeding, and later on in menopause, women’s nutritional needs highly vary and this makes them more vulnerable to nutritional deficiencies. Tailoring nutrient intake to match nutritional needs is important to maintain optimal health and quality of life throughout those different stages of life. Women of all ages should ensure adequate intake of vitaminsVitamins are a type of organic micronutrient that ... and mineralsMinerals are elements that originate in the earth ... that can help in preventing some of the symptoms that can predispose them to more serious health conditions.

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Watching Out for Anaemia

Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anaemia, which can affect women of all ages. It can lead to fatigue, weakness and loss of work productivity. A majority of women aged 18-49 years old do not consume sufficient amounts of iron-rich foods.

Vegetarian women and athletes especially have greater risks of being iron deficient.

Childbearing years

The nutrient needs for pregnant and breastfeeding women are generally greater than those of other women, especially for Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, and Folate. Those elevated needs may be difficult to meet from dietary intake alone.

Minimizing the Impact of Menopause

Menopause is a natural hormonal change that occurs as part of the normal aging process where women go from a reproductive to a non-reproductive state. Hormonal fluctuations, along with inadequate diet, increase the risks for osteoporosis and autoimmune thyroid diseases. Adequate Calcium, Vitamin D, Selenium, and Iodine intake therefore becomes primordial.

Maintaining Optimal Brain Function

Several factors contribute to the cognitive decline observed in women from midlife, including suboptimal nutrition. Low plasma levels of B-Complex Vitamins, for example, have been associated with cognitive decline and dementia.

Bio availability of Yeast Micronutrients

Yeast's ability to incorporate certain vitamins and minerals within its cells makes it an ideal natural ingredient for dietary supplements formulated to help women meet their unique nutritional needs. Compared to pure forms of certain minerals and vitamins, those found in yeast have been shown in several studies to have slower absorption rates and higher bioavailability in animals and humans.

Lalmin® Beauty

This is a unique natural yeast-based (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) solution formulated with Lalmin® natural yeast-based ingredients that contain elevated levels of Selenium, Zinc, and B-Complex Vitamins (and chromium if desired). 500 mg of Lalmin® Beauty provides an essential amount of these highly bioavailable micronutrients, which help maintain normal hair, nails, and skin and protect cells from oxidative stress.

 

Lalmin®

Lalmin is a unique collection of natural yeast-based ingredients with elevated levels of key minerals and/or vitamins that

Natural and healthy yeast ingredients for dietary supplements formulated t help women meet their unique nutritional needs.

These products include Lalmin® B-Complex, Lalmin® Vita D®, Lalmin® Se, Lalmin® Zn, Lalmin® Mg, Lalmin® Fe, Lalmin® I, Lalmin® Immune, and Lalmin® Senior.