Plexiton Multivitamin Tonic complete one-a-day formula from A to Z enhances your physical energy and mental performance.
Plexiton Multivitamin Tonic is a complete multivitamin and mineral supplement that has scientifically been developed to give your body the right nutrients at the exact right levels to help fill nutritional shortfalls in your diet. With increased levels of essential Vitamins and Minerals and also with the added benefit of Ginseng. Plexiton Multivitamin Tonic is the complete one-a-day formula from A to Zinc.
Plexiton Multivitamin Tonic capsules contains all of the essential vitamins and minerals to help support multiple health benefits.
Scientific research supportthe idea of a positive, synergistic effect between ginseng and vitamin/mineral supplementation with respect to energy enhancement. Ginseng improves physical performance by increasing oxygen supply to the muscles and vitality in the body.
Clinical trials evaluating effects of ginseng and multivitamin combination formulation suggest that the addition of ginseng, may be very effective in improving a person’s energy, stamina, stress and quality of life. Improvements to physical and mental well-being and mood were also observed.
B group vitamins help support daily energy needs, key antioxidants help support a healthy immune function and vitamins A, C and Biotin help support healthy skin.
Plexiton Multivitamin Tonic capsules support:
- Energy, with B group vitamins including folic acid to support daily energy.
- Healthy Skin, with Vitamin A, C and Biotin to maintain healthy skin.
- Bone Health, with Calcium, Vitamin D, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc and Magnesium to maintain healthy bones.
- The immune System with,Key antioxidants such as VItamin A, C and E, Zinc and Selenium to help strengthen immunity.
- Healthy Eyesight,with Vitamin A to help support healthy eyes.
- Healthy Heart, Vitamin B6 and Folic Acid to maintain a healthy heart.
- Metabolism, with B-vitamins to aid in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
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Current science support a and positive, synergistic effect between ginseng and vitamin/mineral supplementation with respect to energy enhancement. Ginseng increases physical performance by increasing oxygen supply (improved muscular oxygen availability) and vitality in the body.
Clinical trials evaluating effects of ginseng and multivitamin combination formulation on energy, stamina and stress suggest that the addition of ginseng, may be very effective in improving a person’s quality of life when subjected to the stress caused by high physical and mental activity. Improvements to mental day-to-day, well-being and mood were also observed.
This is important for the development of bones and teeth and helps maintain the gums. It is essential for night vision, healthy skin, hair and mucous membranes. It is required for the proper functioning of the immune system and helps prevent infection.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
Vitamin B1 and is important for the normal functioning of the nervous system. Thiamin also participates in the body’s ability to use protein and sugars for energy production.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin):
Vitamin B2, is found in every cell of the body and is needed for energy production. It also helps to maintain vision and the metabolism and proper functioning of skin and nerve cells.
Niacin, also known as nicotinic acid, niacinamide, or Vitamin B3, is found in every cell of the body. It is necessary for energy production and to maintain the normal functioning of skin, nerves and the digestive tract. It can be manufactured by the body from the amino acid tryptophan. However, the amount needed by the body will usually exceed the amount that the body can produce and it is necessary to consume niacin from foods or supplements.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Pantothenic acid is also known as Vitamin B5. It is involved in numerous chemical reactions in the body and is essential for the metabolism of fat and sugars. Pantothenic acid is also involved in the manufacture of chemicals that regulate nerve functions.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine):
Vitamin B6 can also be referred to as pyridoxine or pyridoxal. This vitamin influences many body functions including the regulation of blood sugar levels, the manufacturing of hemoglobin in red blood cells which carries oxygen to all body cells, and the functioning of the nervous system. As protein intake increases, so does the body’s need for Vitamin B6. Also, an adequate Vitamin B6 intake decreases the requirement for niacin from food sources because it aids in the conversion of tryptophan to niacin.
Vitamin B 7(Biotin)
Biotin is part of the B-complex of vitamins. It is thought to play a role in cell growth and is important in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates (sugars), and some amino acids (the building blocks of protein).
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
Folic acid(folate folacin or Vitamin B9), together with Vitamins B6 and B12 are required for protein metabolism. It is also important in the making of genetic material (DNA and RNA). It promotes normal red blood cell formation and reduces the risk of neural tube (brain and spine) birth defects. This is one reason why a folic acid supplement is recommended during pregnancy.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
Vitamin B12 is also known as cyanocobalamin because it contains the mineral cobalt. It is crucial in the reproduction of every cell in the body because it is needed to make DNA, the genetic material required for life. Vitamin B12 is essential for normal growth, healthy nerve tissue, and the formation of blood cells.
Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. Vitamin C has received a lot of attention because of its major role in the body as an antioxidant, a substance that prevents damage to cells from free radicals and pollutants, and as a protector against infections, particularly the common cold. Vitamin C plays a role in nerve transmission, tissue repair, the conversion of cholesterol to bile acids, and the enhancement of iron absorption. Vitamin C is used by the body to make collagen, the connective tissue in skin, ligaments and bones.
Vitamin D, also known as calciferol the body has the ability to make it from the interaction of the sun on the skin. Vitamin D made from this process is referred to as Vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol. Vitamin D helps the body to properly utilize calcium and phosphorus for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Recent research has confirmed that Vitamin D3 is more effective than Vitamin D2 in humans in improving the bodies Vitamin D status.1
Vitamin D is essential for the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth in infants, children and adults. In infants and children, a deficiency of Vitamin D results in rickets, a softening of the bones, which can result in bent legs. In adults, osteomalacia (a softening of the bones) or osteoporosis (thinning and weakening of the bones) can occur.
Vitamin E protects Vitamin A and the essential fatty acids from oxidation in the body. It is needed for the proper functioning of nerves and muscles and helps to form red blood cells, muscle and other tissues.
Inositol is not a true vitamin because the body can manufacture what it needs. However, it is considered a member of the vitamin B family. Inositol works with choline to help transport fat from the liver. It also helps maintain cell membranes and is involved in the proper functioning of the nervous system.
Choline is not a true vitamin because the body can manufacture small amounts of it. However, it must be consumed from foods to meet overall body needs especially during times of rapid growth and development such as pregnancy, lactation, infancy, and early childhood. Choline is an essential nutrient necessary for the structure and function of all cells in the body.
Although the major function of calcium is the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth, it is also needed to keep the heart pumping, muscles moving, and nerves communicating. Calcium helps regulate the passage of nutrients in and out of cells, assists in normal blood clotting, and is important to normal kidney functioning.
Together with calcium it aids in bone and teeth formation, kidney function, and heart contraction. The balance of calcium and phosphorus is important in the body, especially in infancy, to ensure that the team works together well in keeping the body’s chemical balance.
This works with calcium and Vitamin C to maintain bone health. It is also necessary for energy production, the making of proteins used by the body to make cells and genetic material, the transmission of nerve impulses, the contraction and relaxation of the muscles, and maintaining the delicate electrical balance of all body cells.
As blood passes through the tiny air sacs in the lung, oxygen attaches itself to the iron in the blood and transports it to all parts of the body. Iron combines with protein and copper to make hemoglobin, a necessary component of red blood cells that carries oxygen to the cells. Iron also is a component of myoglobin, a protein that stores oxygen specifically in muscle tissue. Approximately 90% of iron in the body is conserved and reused every day.
This is needed for cell growth and repair, digestion and metabolism of nutrients, and is vital to the development of the reproductive organs. It also helps regulate the body’s immune response to infection and aids in wound healing.
In combination with Vitamin E, selenium works as an antioxidant to help maintain a healthy heart. Selenium provides elasticity to tissues and helps cells to defend themselves against damage from oxidation. Selenium also aids in the proper functioning of the pancreas.
This is necessary for the absorption and utilization of iron in the body. Copper has an important role in the making of red blood cells and nerve fibers. It also combines with Vitamin C to form elastin, a chief component of muscle fibers in the body. Copper is involved in hair and skin coloring, sensitivity to taste.
This is used by the body as a preferred cofactor in several important enzyme systems and is essential for a healthy tendon and bone structure. It is necessary for the metabolism of thiamine and Vitamin E and helps to maintain the health of the immune and nervous systems.
Chromium is a trace mineral required by the body for the metabolism of carbohydrates by enhancing the action of insulin. It is also involved in the metabolism of fats and proteins. Chromium is a trace mineral because the human body only needs small amounts.
Molybdenum is a trace mineral needed by a number of enzyme systems in the body to aid in the breakdown of foods. It is present in tooth enamel and may help to prevent dental caries.
This is an electrolyte which together with sodium to regulates the body’s waste balance, transmit nerve impulses, and regulate muscle contraction including the heart muscles. It is essential for metabolism and the release of insulin. In infants and young children who have diarrhea or vomiting, an oral electrolyte solution, containing a balance quantity of sodium, potassium and chloride is usually recommended to help prevent the body from becoming dehydrated due to a deficiency in these electrolytes.
The primary role of sodium in the body is to maintain fluid balance. Sodium is an electrolyte that together with potassium and chloride conducts electrical currents in the body and keep tissue fluids in balance.
A deficiency of sodium is rare but loss of sodium through diarrhea, vomiting, or excessive sweating can cause dehydration, muscle cramps, weakness, and headaches.
This is an electrolyte and helps to maintain fluid balance in the body and also is a component of the stomach juices (hydrochloric acid) needed for digestion of foods.