Overworked, exhausted, temporarily fatigued? An active woman can feel tired at certain times of the day. She+ helps her to regain her vitality.
Being an active woman these days can be extremely fulfilling but can also sometimes be exhausting. A healthy lifestyle ensures staying fit and radiant. Unfortunately, this is not easy to implement every day.
We have, therefore, developed She+ Active, which contains all the nutrients active women need so that they can continue to combine family, work and activities in a good physical and mental condition. Thanks to the highly absorbable (optimum bioavailability) and bioactive form of the vitamins and minerals present, one tablet + one capsule per day is sufficient to provide the active woman with the nutrients necessary to give the body vitality.
All our ingredients have been carefully selected to provide the best bioavailability. For example, folic acid in the form of calcium-L-methylfolate, an innovative and easily absorbable source of folic acid, and the bioactive natural marine magnesium from a red seaweed extracted from the seas surrounding Iceland.
To ensure optimum performance, She+ Active consists of 2 separate packages: a pot containing a complex of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients and a pot containing fish oil capsules rich in EPA.
She+ Active contains all the active vitamins and minerals that are easily absorbed by the body (optimal bioavailability) to provide the active woman with the nutrients and energy she needs to thrive and revitalise.
While vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B12 and C and minerals such as iron, copper, magnesium and manganese help to release energy from the diet, vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 and folic acid, which is particularly well absorbed in the form of calcium-L-methylfolate, along with minerals such as iron and magnesium, help reduce fatigue.
Folic acid and magnesium contribute to stress resistance, vitamin B5 helps mental performance and vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12, biotin and iron support concentration and mood.
Vitamin B6 promotes the regulation of hormonal activity and folic acid contributes to the growth of the mother’s tissues during pregnancy. Folic acid in the form of calcium-L-methylfolate, vitamins B12 and D, iron, magnesium and zinc play a role in the cell division process. As women lose iron during menstruation, this mineral is also added to the supplement. Iron contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, and to the transport of oxygen.
Vitamins D and K, calcium, magnesium, manganese and zinc contribute to maintaining healthy bones. Furthermore, zinc and selenium are important for healthy nails, copper for skin and hair pigmentation, and selenium, biotin, copper and zinc for maintaining shiny hair. Vitamins A, B2, B3 and zinc help to maintain healthy skin, while biotin supports the skin’s repair capacity. Vitamin C promotes the formation of skin collagen which helps to maintain the skin’s elasticity and thus delays the appearance of wrinkles.
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) contained in the fish oil capsules contribute to the proper functioning of the heart. DHA and EPA also help to maintain a healthy brain function and visual acuity.
Nutrition Complex Tablets
|Nutrients||Per tablet||% Reference Intake|
|Vitamin C||80 mg||100%|
|Vitamin E||12 mg||100%|
|Bioflavonoïdes d’agrumes||10 mg||–|
|Beta-carotene||2 mg (334 μg RE1)||42%|
|Vitamin B1||1,1 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B2||1,4 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B3||16 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B5||6 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B6||1,4 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B8 (Biotin)||50 μg||100%|
|Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)||200 μg||100%|
|Vitamin B12||2,5 μg||100%|
|Vitamin K2||20 μg||27%|
|Vitamin D3||10 μg||200%|
1RE: Retinol equivalents (provitamin A)
Fish Oil Capsules
Directions For Use
From 16 years old: take 1 nutrition complex tablet + 1 fish oil capsule a day with a meal.
Precautions for use:
- Seek medical advice before using if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, suffering from food allergies or under medical supervision.
- This food supplement does not replace a balanced and varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Best before end: see bottom of the packaging.
- Store in a cool, dry place and keep away from heat, max 25°C.
The essential nutritional requirements for an active lifestyle should not be underestimated
An active life is possible as long the level of activities is controlled and the necessary essential nutrients are provided for the body. Those who lead an active lifestyle need to consume not only a lot of calories and energy but also vital substances to maintain good resistance to disease, to protect themselves against the effects of stress and to allow organs and hormones to function optimally. Since women generally have to combine multiple tasks on a daily basis and undergo more physical changes than men, it is vitally important that they eat properly.
An unbalanced diet combined with an active lifestyle can easily lead to stress, insufficient sleep and lack of energy. Long-term fatigue and stress undermine the immune system and put the nervous system under pressure, which can lead to illness, hormonal disorders, depression and/or burnout.
A healthy, varied and balanced diet is essential for active women at all stages of their lives. Additional nutrients in the form of dietary supplements can be particularly useful in such cases. She+ Active has been specifically formulated to give every woman the necessary boost in order to allow her to live a fulfilling and energetic life.
Nutritional advice for active women
A healthy and varied diet consists of a balanced intake of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and sufficient water. Women with an active lifestyle have a greater need for specific nutrients.
Iron: Since women tend to lose more iron through menstruation and sweating, they are more likely to suffer from iron deficiency. Meat, poultry, fish, but also legumes and leafy greens are rich in iron.
Vitamin C, present in brightly coloured fruits and vegetables, ensures better assimilation of iron.
Vitamin D: Since the active woman spends more time indoors than outdoors, she will probably also have a vitamin D deficiency, which is only absorbed through the skin during the summer months. Although vitamin D is present to a lesser extent in fatty fish and sun-dried mushrooms, supplementation is strongly recommended. Especially during the winter months.
Essential fatty acids: Since women tend to avoid eating too much fat for fear of gaining weight, they gradually accumulate a severe deficiency of essential fatty acids. These nutrients are nevertheless vital for hormonal balance. Fatty fish, nuts and seeds, avocados, olives and egg yolk are good sources of healthy fats.
Proteins are necessary for maintaining muscle mass, enzymes and the immune system. In addition to meat, fish, poultry, dairy products and eggs, it is often forgotten that legumes, leafy greens, cabbage, tofu, seitan and tempeh from peas are also good sources of protein.
Women also tend to reduce their calorie intake. However, research has shown that low calorie intake can have a negative influence on premenstrual and menstrual complaints.