Cell Health with 7 Antioxidants: Vitamins A, C, E, Zinc, Selenium, Copper and Manganese Bone Strength with Calcium, Magnesium and more†† Vitamin D than Centrum® Silver® Women 50+ Joint Health with 200% DV of Vitamin C to support collagen production Heart Health^ with Vitamins B6, B12, C, E and Folic Acid Eye Health with Vitamins E, A, C and Zinc Immunity with Vitamins C, A, E and Selenium Physical Energy with advanced levels of B Vitamins and Chromium to help convert food to fuel
Research suggests that the health of our cells plays a key role throughout our entire lives. That’s why One A Day® Women's 50+ Healthy Advantage is formulated with 7 antioxidants† to support cell health. It’s also designed to support many health concerns as women age like bone strength, eye health and joint health
Vitamin A is important for normal vision, healthy skin and immune function. Good sources of vitamin A include: liver, fish, oil, eggs, and vitamin A fortified foods.
Vitamin C serves as an antioxidant and plays a role in collagen formation. Good sources of vitamin C include: oranges, grapefruits and tangerines, many other fruits and vegetables including berries, melons, peppers, dark green leafy vegetables, potatoes and tomatoes.
Vitamin D helps the body properly utilize calcium and supports bone health. Good sources of vitamin D include: fortified milk, cheese, eggs and some fish (sardines and salmon).
Vitamin E is part of cell membranes and functions as an antioxidant. Good sources of vitamin E include: vegetable oils such as soybean, corn, cottonseed, and safflower, as well as nuts, seeds and wheat germ.
Vitamin K helps in blood clotting and is important in bone metabolism. Good sources of vitamin K include: green leafy vegetables, such as spinach and broccoli.
Thiamin participates in the body’s ability to use protein and carbohydrates to produce energy and also aids metabolism, especially of carbohydrates. Good sources of thiamin include: Pork and whole-grain and enriched grain products, such as beans, rice, pasta and fortified cereals.
Another name for vitamin B2, riboflavin is necessary for energy production. Good sources of riboflavin include: milk and other dairy foods, enriched bread and other grain products, eggs, meat, green leafy