Collection: Women's Multivitamins

Women are at risk of vitamin and mineral deficiency because of poor dietary intake, iron loss associated with menstruation, pregnancy, digestive issues, medications, etc. Women’s multivitamins empower women's health by supporting good health during hormonal transition phases, boosting the performance of female athletes, supporting the female body for conception, etc. Age-specific multivitamins for women contain specific nutrients that support various aspects of women's health at different ages.

Health benefits of women’s multivitamins

  • Support overall health - Fills nutritional gaps

Age-specific different types of multivitamins for women bridge the nutritional gap which is very common in busy and modern lifestyles. It supplies and balances essential vitamins and minerals to support good health.

  • For Vegans

Women strictly following a vegetarian diet are likely to benefit from women's multivitamins along with a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Multivitamins for women over 40

Women over 40 need specific nutrients that boost immunity, maintain energy, keep bones healthy, hormonal support, etc. Multivitamins for women over 40 are available that contain over 25 nutrients (vitamins and minerals) including vitamins B12, K2, D3, etc. Advanced women’s multivitamins are also available that provide different organic blends to support breast, digestive, immunity, hormone, stress, and heart health along with other vitamins and minerals.

Multivitamins for women over 50

These specially formulated multivitamins for women over 50 contain nutrients that support eye health, bone health, heart health, immunity, hair, skin, and nail health.

Multivitamins for female athletes

Female athletes are usually deficient in iron, calcium, vitamin D, and folate. Special multivitamins are formulated to boost athletic performance, mood, and good health in women. These multivitamins have nutrients that boost joint health, improve strength, and promote recovery.

Advanced multivitamins for women

Fermented multivitamins are also available. These contain probiotics which are responsible for maintaining both gut and vaginal health in women.

Multivitamin  gummies for women

Gummies provide essential vitamins and minerals and fill the nutritional gap. These are both delicious and nutritious and are available in different flavors.

Frequently Asked Questions 

1) What main vitamins should a woman take daily?

The following are the important vitamins and minerals that support women’s health:

  • Iron (depending on age)

  • B vitamins

  • Vitamin D 

  • Calcium

  • Folic acid

  • Omega 3 fatty acids

2) How do I choose a good multivitamin for women?

Here are some of the important tips that can help you choose a good multivitamin for women.

  • Women should choose supplements to meet their specific health needs. There are different supplements available to support reproductive health, bone health, skin health, thyroid health, post-menopausal health, etc.

  • Always read the label and check the ingredient list. 

  • Supplements should contain vitamin D (bone health and immunity), vitamin B12 (brain health), folic acid (healthy pregnancy), iron, and calcium (bone and muscle health).

  • Look for specific ingredients if you have PCOS, and choose the supplement that should contain inositol and other ingredients that support ovulation, balance hormonal levels, etc. If you do not have iron deficiency supplements should be iron free.

  • Choose supplements that are certified, evidence-based, and third-party tested.

  • Choose high-quality supplements because their ingredients are highly bioavailable, absorbed well, and do not contain fillers.

3) Is it better to take a multivitamin or individual vitamins for women health?

Multivitamins for women benefit in numerous ways. However, choosing a multivitamin or an individual vitamin depends on the age and health conditions. Individual vitamins are taken when a particular vitamin deficiency is detected. To maintain overall health, a multivitamin can be taken that contains all essential vitamins and minerals. For example:

  • Vitamin D supplements treat vitamin D deficiency

  • Omega 3 supplements provide EPA and DHA.

  • For vegans, there are vegan supplements available like vegan D3, Vegan omega, etc.

  • If a pregnant woman is taking a prenatal multivitamin but has a previous history of giving birth to a child with a development defect then the doctor may prescribe an extra folic acid supplement.

  •  If a woman has iron deficiency she should choose women multivitamins with iron and if she doesn't have iron deficiency she should avoid taking extra iron and choose a multivitamin without iron. 

4) When should a woman take multivitamins?

The supplements are best taken depending on their nature like:

  • Water-soluble vitamins (B and C) are taken empty stomach with a glass of water. 

  • Fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) are taken after meals.

  • Prenatal supplements can be taken in the evening if a woman has morning sickness or feels sick after taking multivitamins.

5) At what age should women start taking vitamins?

As women age, different vitamins are required. Iron supplements are required by those having heavy menstruation. Prenatal multivitamins are taken before and during pregnancy. Over the age of 40, multivitamins for women over 40 are required while for post-menopausal women, menopause supplements are required. So for different ages, different types of multivitamins are formulated for women.

6) What vitamin deficiency causes fatigue and dizziness in women?

  • Vitamin D deficiency causes muscle weakness, pain, and tiredness.

  • B vitamin deficiency especially vitamin B12 leads to tiredness, lethargy, and low mood.

7) What is the best vitamin for energy and metabolism?

B vitamins play an important role in energy and metabolism. Except for folate, B vitamins are involved in energy.

8) What is the best vitamin for a tired woman?

B vitamins are important to maintain good energy levels and fight tiredness. Thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, and pyridoxine are available as Thiamin HCl or Thiamin Mononitrate, niacinamide, Calcium pantothenate, Pyridoxine HCl, or pyridoxal-5-phosphate  in different supplements.