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BIOPHIL-VITA

1,092.00

Generic Name: Multivitamins & Multiminerals with L- Methyl Folate & grape seed extract.

Packaging: 30 Caps in Bottle 

Vit A, C, D, B Complex, K, H, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Iodine, Zinc, L- Methyl Folate, Grape seed extract. (Important Ingredients)

Immune Booster, Energy Booster, Anti Aging, Mens & Women health, Pregnancy Vitamin (Important Functions)

Description

INDICATIONS:

  • Immune Booster
  • Promotes Fertility
  • Aids uterine Lining
  • Promotes Ovulation & Eggs
  • Promote the success of IVF
  • Regulates Menstruation
  • Promote the success of IVF
  • Helps increase sperm count, quality & motility.
  • Improves Sexual performance and Libido.
  • Detoxify BodyHelps Manage Weight
  • Fights Pre Menopause
  • Improves acne and helps with skin glow
  • Energy Booster
  • Antioxidant
  • Superfoods Advantage
  • Prevents aging

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:-

One capsule per day or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Additional Information:-

B vitamins (Other Than Folic Acid)
Help promote egg health and prevent ovulatory infertility; may give sperm quality a boost
Intake of vitamins B-1, B-2, B-3, B-6, and B-12 is associated with a lower risk of ovulatory infertility. (“Ovulatory infertility” is when an ovulation disorder is the cause of your infertility). Higher levels of B-12 and folate may enhance fertility in women undergoing infertility treatment.
B vitamins might help give sperm quality a boost as well.

Vitamin C
Supports sperm count and mobility
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can reduce cellular damage throughout the body, as well as increase iron absorption. Taking vitamin C with vitamin E improved the number, mobility, and sometimes DNA integrity (in other words, quality) of sperm in men.

Calcium
Helps create sperm
Important for both men and women to get enough of this mineral to prevent deficiencies. calcium deficiency could be a cause of infertility in men, since calcium is involved in the production of sperm.

Vitamin D
Improves ovarian stimulation and semen quality
low levels of vitamin D in women who struggled with infertility due to polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Vitamin D plays essential roles in both female and male reproductive function.

Vitamin E
Increases sperm motility; boosts general female reproductive health
Vitamin E has antioxidant properties that may promote sperm function in men and support general reproductive healthTrusted Source in women.

Folic acid
Helps achieve pregnancy; improves outcome of fertility treatments
Getting enough folic acid (the synthetic form of folate) isn’t just a smart choice during pregnancy. It may be wise to supplement when trying to conceive, too.
Folate supplementation prior to conception has been associated with a greater chance for getting pregnant, improved success with fertility treatments, and reduced risk of neural tube defects in the baby.”

Iron
Ovulatory infertility (one potential barrier to baby-making) can be caused by iron deficiency. supplementing with iron appeared to decrease the risk of ovulatory infertility.

ZINC
Zinc is considered an essential nutrient, meaning that your body can’t produce or store it. For this reason, you must get a constant supply through your diet.
Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including :

Gene expression
Enzymatic reactions
Immune function
Protein synthesis
DNA synthesis
Wound healing
Growth and development
Zinc is naturally found in a wide variety of both plant and animal foods.

Foods that don’t naturally contain this mineral, such as breakfast cereals, snack bars and baking flour, are often fortified with synthetic forms of zinc.

Grape seed Extract
Grape seed extract is a plant compound that acts like an antioxidant. It is one of the best water soluble antioxidants. It influences certain enzymes that generate and propel chemical reactions, thus playing critical roles on overall health and longer living; they facilitate DNA repair, reduce inflammation, and delay oxidative stress (the negative thrust of free radicals).

Zinc and Fertility
Zinc has also been implicated in testicular development, sperm maturation and testosterone synthesis. In females, zinc plays a role in sexual development, ovulation and the menstrual cycle. zinc has antioxidant properties that counteract reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Zn contains many unique properties in humans, especially males.The antioxidant quality is one of them. Also, the increased reactive oxygen species levels in the seminal plasma of men who are both infertile and smokers influence the Zn content of seminal plasma in a way that physiology of spermatozoa can be affected as well. Moreover, Zn acts as a toxic remedy against heavy metals and cigarette inflammatory agents. Zinc as a hormone balancer helps hormones such as testosterone, prostate and sexual health and functions as an antibacterial agent in men’s urea systems. It plays a role in epithelial integrity, showing that Zn is essential for maintaining the lining of the reproductive organs and may have a regulative role in the progress of capacitation and acrosome reaction. In contrast, Zn deficiency impedes spermatogenesis and is a reason for sperm abnormalities and has a negative effect on serum testosterone concentration. Based on these findings, Zn microelement is very essential for male fertility.

Boosts Your Immune System
Zinc is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling, a deficiency can lead to a weakened immune response. Zinc supplements stimulate particular immune cells and reduce oxidative stress.
zinc supplements significantly reduce the risk of infections and promote immune response in older adults .

Accelerates Wound Healing
Zinc is commonly used in hospitals as a treatment for burns, certain ulcers and other skin injuries because this mineral plays critical roles in collagen synthesis, immune function and inflammatory response, it is necessary for proper healing.

May Reduce the Risk of Certain Age-Related Diseases
Zinc may significantly reduce your risk of age-related diseases, such as pneumonia, infection and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Zinc may relieve oxidative stress and improve immune response by boosting the activity of T-cells and natural killer cells, which help protect your body from infection.

May Help Treat Acne
Both topical and oral zinc treatments can effectively treat acne by reducing inflammation, inhibiting the growth of P. acnes bacteria and suppressing oily gland activity.

Decreases Inflammation
Zinc decreases oxidative stress and reduces levels of certain inflammatory proteins in your body.
Oxidative stress leads to chronic inflammation, a contributing factor in a wide array of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, cancer and mental decline.

Deficiency Symptoms
Symptoms of severe zinc deficiency include impaired growth and development, delayed sexual maturity, skin rashes, chronic diarrhea, impaired wound healing, and behavioral issues.

NOTE:
● Not Recommended for Children before 4 years of age.
● The product is required to be stored out of reach of children.
● Not to exceed the stated recommended daily usage.
● This Product is NOT intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
● NOT FOR MEDICINAL USE.
● NUTRACEUTICAL
● Product manufactured in a GMP-certified plant.

Composition:-

  • Vitamin A 600 mcg
  • Vitamin C 40 mg
  • Vitamin D3 10 mcg
  • Vitamin K 55 mcg
  • Thiamin 1.4 mg
  • Riboflavin 1.4 mg
  • Niacin 18 mg
  • Vitamin B6 1.9 mg
  • L Methyl Folate 1150 mcg
  • Vitamin B12 1 mcg
  • Biotin 30 mcg
  • calcium carbonate 500 mg
  • Iron 17 mg
  • Iodine 150 mcg
  • Magnesium oxide 45 mg
  • Zinc 11 mg
  • Pantothenic acid 5mg
  • Grape seed extract 20 mg

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