Multivitamins to Supplement Your Diet

Centrum Multivitamins


Targeted at women who are 50 plus, Centrum Women 50+ Multivitamins is formulated to help support your immunity and to regulate hormonal activity. Though my mom maintains a good eating plan, even her strict eating habits sometimes fall short of meeting all the nutrient needs of her body. And as such she ensures that her diet is complete by including a once-a-day multivitamin. The Centrum Women 50+ Multivitamin is working perfectly for her. It supplies Calcium, Vitamin D and Vitamin K to help maintain strong bones while the B vitamins help to release energy from food. Vitamin C, Zinc, Copper and Selenium support the normal functioning of the immune system while Vitamin B6 helps regulate hormonal activity.

Centrum Multivitamins
Centrum Women 50+ Multivitamins
Price: £7.99 for 30 tablets
My dad has been trying out the Centrum Advance 50+ Multivitamins which offers similar benefits. It contains 25 key nutrients including all 13 essential vitamins and supports vitality, immunity and contributes to normal vision & bone health.

Centrum Advance 50 PLus  Multivitamins
Centrum Advance 50+ Multivitamins
Price: £5.39 for 30 tablets
Although there are many people who question the benefits of taking a daily multivitamin and also the ability of multivitamin supplements to keep off diseases, my parents include them in their diet to maintain their health. Both are over 60 and find no harm in taking a multivitamin supplement to help with nutrient balance. They take one tablet daily with water generally after their main meal. The tablets are easy to swallow and have caused no noticeable side effects. If you are looking for multivitamins for over 50s, then do check out Centrum's website. Their range of multivitamins can help to provide a nutritional boost of vitamins and minerals targeted at your age and/or lifestyle.

Centrum Advance 50 Multivitamins


Buy from : Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Boots and Holland & Barrett

Note: Multivitamins are intended to supplement your diet. They should not be treated as a substitute for a healthy/varied diet and lifestyle. As with any supplements, please consult your GP before starting them.


“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being,
and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
- World Health Organization, 1948
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