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Vita-Lea® Women

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High-potency multivitamin for women's unique needs

Complete multivitamin and multimineral that supports women’s overall health, including brain, heart, bone, and immune health, promotes healthy hair, skin, and nails, and helps boost energy levels.* Provides what you may be missing at meals with 24 vitamins and minerals, including 100% DV or more of all essential vitamins plus more calcium and magnesium compared to leading multivitamins on the market. Delivers iron plus extra folic acid and iodine so it’s great for prenatal and postnatal care.
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Servings
60 (120 tablets)
120 (240 tablets)
QTY - +
Gluten Free
Star-K Kosher

In 1915, Dr. Shaklee invented the first multivitamin in the US. Vita-Lea Women continues that history of innovation. It has been uniquely developed to meet women’s needs, delivering 24 essential vitamins and minerals in 2 tablets. Vita-Lea is formulated with 100% DV or more of vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and all 8 B vitamins, including extra folic acid. It also contains essential minerals like calcium, magnesium, and zinc, as well as extra iodine and iron. It’s the perfect multi for everyday health and makes a great prenatal and postnatal vitamin, too.* Vita-Lea Women is microcoated for immediate release in the stomach and designed to enhance absorption of folic acid.

Directions
Take 2 tablets daily.

Downloadables
Vita-Lea Family Product Sheet
Vita-Lea Women Product Sheet

Nutritional Inadequacy Is a Growing Concern
Many adults fall short of their key nutrient requirements, leaving them potentially vulnerable to health issues. Essential vitamins and minerals like A, C, D, E, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, choline, and zinc, as well as fiber are often lacking in diets.

Supplementation Offers a Promising Solution
Studies consistently show that supplementation can bridge this nutrition gap, increasing nutrient intake and reducing nutritional inadequacy.1 Why does it matter? Because adequate micronutrient intake is linked to a lower risk of developing numerous long-term health issues compared to insufficient intake, making supplementation a crucial strategy for overall well-being.2

Vita-Lea's Impact
Supported by Science
Vita-Lea is based on 7 clinical studies3-9

Research shows that regular supplementation with Shaklee products, including Vita-Lea, elevates nutrient levels in the blood, providing essential vitamins and minerals to the body.3, 10, 11 This translates to improvements in biomarkers of health and better health outcomes.*

Proven by People
In the first-of-a-kind Landmark Studies, people who used a broad array of Shaklee products, including Vita-Lea, when compared to non-supplement users, had:
Optimal blood nutrient levels10, 11
Optimal biomarkers of health10, 11
Better health outcomes10, 11

See All Landmark Studies Results

FAQs

How do I know if Vita-Lea Women is right for me?
Vita-Lea Women is uniquely formulated to meet the specific nutritional needs of menstruating women of child-bearing age. It contains 18 mg of iron, along with extra folic acid (600 mcg) and iodine (290 mcg), making it an ideal choice for women who are menstruating and those that require supplemental iron. If you fit this profile, Vita-Lea Women is the perfect multivitamin for you.

How many vitamins and minerals are in Vita-Lea Women?
Vita-Lea Women delivers 24 essential vitamins and minerals in 2 tablets. It's formulated with 100% DV or more of vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and all 8 B vitamins, including extra folic acid. It also contains essential minerals, including calcium, magnesium, and zinc as well as extra iodine and iron.

Can Vita-Lea Women be used as a prenatal multivitamin?
Yes. Vita-Lea Women makes a great prenatal and postnatal vitamin. But we recommend you try Meology® Prenatal, our customizable supplement plan to support you at every stage of your pregnancy, from planning to get pregnant all the way through postnatal and lactation.

Is Vita-Lea Women suitable for people with specific dietary restrictions or preferences?
Vita-Lea Women is vegetarian, gluten-free, nondairy, and Star-K Kosher. We always recommend that you consult with your physician if you have any specific concerns regarding whether a product is appropriate for you.

Product Labels
Vita-Lea® Women Product Label - 120 tablets
Vita-Lea® Women Product Label - 240 tablets

 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
  1. Blumberg J.B., Frei B.B., Fulgoni V.L., Weaver C.M., Zeisel S.H. Impact of frequency of multi-vitamin/multi-mineral supplement intake on nutritional adequacy and nutrient deficiencies in U.S. adults. Nutrients. 2017;9 
  2. Vega-Cabello V, Struijk EA, Caballero FF, Lana A, Arias-Fernández L, Banegas JR, Rodríguez-Artalejo F, Lopez-Garcia E. Dietary Micronutrient Adequacy and Risk of Multimorbidity in Community-dwelling Older Adults. Am J Clin Nutr. 2023 Jul;118(1):34-40.
  3. Spiller, G.A., et al., Multivitamin-Mineral Supplementation: Effects on Blood Chemistries of College-Age Women. Acta Vitaminol Enzymol, 1985.7(3-4): p. 217-222. 
  4. Spiller, G., et al., Effect of Long-Term Vitamin-Mineral Supplements on Immune Response in Older Healthy Adults. J Am Coll Nutr, 1998. 17: p. 511.
  5. Albanese, A.A., et al., Calcium Nutrition and Skeletal and Alveolar Bone Health. Nutr Rep Int, 1985. 31(3): p. 741-755. 
  6. Albanese, A.A., et al., Effect of Age and Fractures on Bone Loss and Calcium Needs of Women 45 to 85+ Years of Age. Nutr Rep Int, 1985. 31: p.1093-1115. 
  7. Hegenauer, J., et al., Transitory Hematologic Effects of Moderate Exercise Are not Influenced by Iron Supplementation. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol, 1983. 52(1): p. 57-61. 
  8. Haymes, E.M., J.L. Puhl, and T.E. Temples, Training for Cross-Country Skiing and Iron Status. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 1986. 18(2): p. 162a-167. 
  9. Jensen, C., et al., Long-Term Effects of Nutrient Intervention on Markers of Bone Remodeling and Calciotropic Hormones in Late-Postmenopausal Women. Am J Clin Nutr, 2002. 75(6): p. 1114-20.
  10. Block G, Jensen CD, Norkus EP, Dalvi TB, Wong LG, McManus JF, Hudes ML. Usage patterns, health, and nutritional status of long-term multiple dietary supplement users: a cross-sectional study. Nutr J. 2007 Oct 24;6:30. 
  11. Jacques PF, Rogers G. A beneficial cardiometabolic health profile associated with dietary supplement use: A cross-sectional study. Int J Vitam Nutr Res. 2023 Feb;93(1):18-28.

For 60 serving size, estimates based on calculations of product usage over 60 days. For 120 serving size, estimates based on calculations of product usage over 120 days.

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