Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 30 cap
Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 is the supplement for women during menopause.
Highlights of Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3:
• With 3 mg of hyaluronic acid
• 500 mg calcium + vitamin D as a contribution to normal bone preservation
• Folic acid has a function in cell division
• Plus 50 mg soy isoflavones
Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 provides important nutrients for menopausal women
Menopause is a natural process of conversion of the female body. It is a sensitive phase in every woman's life. During menopause, the body's own hormone production changes. This is a natural process in the female organism. However, many women unfortunately experience side effects as part of these natural changes.
A lot of exercise can increase the well-being additionally. After all, regular exercise not only strengthens the heart, circulation and muscles, but also improves body awareness and self-confidence, especially for mature women. Targeted nutrition can now contribute a lot to your health and well-being. Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 tablets contain a special nutrient combination of 500 mg of calcium combined with 5 μg of vitamin D, B vitamins - adapted to the needs of the female body during and after menopause. Additionally included are 3 mg hyaluronic acid and 50 mg soy isoflavones.
Why can menopause complaints come along?
Possible complaints during the menopause result from a completely natural process: the altered hormone levels. In fact, the fall in hormone levels often equals a roller coaster ride - it is often not smooth and continuous, but quite turbulent with significant fluctuations. The body barely has time to adjust to the changing hormone level. Due to the hormonal turbulences, it can lead to unpleasant side effects such as hot flashes, sweating, sleep disorders, etc.
Example hot flashes:
These are triggered by a poorly balanced thermoregulation, due to the oestrogen decline. In hot flashes there is a sudden increase in the temperature of the skin of 3-7 ° C, followed by a heat build-up, which is perceived as a "ripple" true.
Many other side effects are difficult to delineate as their causes may arise from life circumstances, be related to age, or sometimes in the emotional realm. Not every woman suffers from unpleasant menopausal symptoms.
What important nutrients do women need during and after menopause?
In fact, women can help their health and appearance with targeted nutrition. The female organism makes special demands during menopause and certain nutrients now play a particularly important role.
Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 supply vital calcium and vitamin D for bone preservation
Calcium is a vital mineral needed for normal bone preservation. As the protective effect of female hormones wears off during and after menopause, calcium is gradually removed from the body. Thus, oestrogen promotes the bone-building cells and inhibits the bone-degrading cells. If the estrogen level drops, bone resorption may predominate.
Osteoporosis ("bone loss") may be a late consequence of estrogen decline. In fact, decreasing bone density is a health problem that occurs six times more often in women than in men. It is therefore important to think of a sufficient calcium supply. Well-known calcium suppliers are dairy products, but also kale or Brazil nuts contain the mineral.
Doppelherz Menopause Active Soy Isoflavones, Calcium & D3 tablets contain 500 mg of calcium in a sensible combination with the calcium supplement "Vitamin D". Vitamin D contributes to normal calcium intake and thus also plays an important role in the maintenance of normal bone preservation. Although the body can produce this vitamin by the regular exposure to sunlight, however, the in-house production is often insufficient in our latitudes. Especially in the winter months, therefore, the body less vitamin D is formed.
In food, vitamin D is quite rare. Good sources are high-fat fish such as herring or salmon, but eggs or boletus vitamin D are also much less common.
B vitamins for the nerves
The entire vitamin B complex fulfills many functions in the body. B vitamins B1, B2, B12 and biotin contribute to normal energy metabolism and normal functioning of the nervous system. For example, vitamin B1 (thiamine) can be found in large quantities in nuts, seeds and germs. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) is present in vegetables such as asparagus and spinach, but primarily in dairy products.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) contributes to normal protein metabolism and, like vitamin B12 (cobalamin), plays a role in the normal formation of red blood cells involved in oxygen transport. Good sources of vitamin B6 are liver, grains or potatoes. Vitamin B12 is found mainly in animal products such as meat
Take one tablet each day with sufficient liquid, without chewing.
Note: The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Not suitable for children and young people. Store below 25 ° C.
Isocyanate-containing soybean concentrate 7.3%, filler gum arabic, filler microcrystalline cellulose, release agent silica, filler cellulose, filler cross-linked carboxymethylcellulose, hyaluronic acid-containing collagen hydrolyzate 1.7%, coating agent hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, release agent calcium salts of feed fatty acids, dyestuff titanium dioxide, coating agent shellac, release agent talcum , Cyanocobalamin, olive oil, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, dye iron oxides and iron hydroxides, emulsifier polysorbate 80, pteroylmonoglutamic acid, D-biotin, cholecalciferol