Women take on many crucial social roles. Working demanding jobs, raising kids, and running errands at home. We can really do it all — ain’t no mountain high, baby! But with all the everyday demands, women’s health and wellness move closer into the focus. Don’t we all want to live a healthy life?
We definitely can. The key is to be intentional about how we live — what we eat and what lifestyle we choose.
With March marking Women’s Month, let’s celebrate women around the world, their contribution to society, and the difference they’re making in the world. But let’s also emphasize women’s health and wellness, so women can continue to play this important role in all of our lives.
Whether you’re a mom juggling your moody teenager, or handling your snotty toddler whilst trying to stay on top of household chores, doing the laundry, and prepping meals — we need energy to complete our never-ending to-do list. Lots of energy.
Or maybe you’re living corporate life at its best and pursuing your dream job. Good for you! But whatever venture you’re on, remember to be kind to yourself and take care of your well-being.
Want to live a healthy life? Adopt a versatile diet, exercise regularly, and choose a healthy lifestyle — this will keep you from wandering off the trail and into the dark woods. Because you don’t want to go there.
You may want to consider integrating some supplements into your routine, which can set you on the right path and steer you in the direction of success.
So, let’s talk about supplements that support women’s health and wellness and help you live a full and happy life.
Support Overall Women’s Health and Wellness
The key to living a healthy life is to learn what’s good for you and to then turn your knowledge into habits — making women’s health and wellness your everyday choice.
For your overall health, try taking a multivitamin that can support your well-being, your bones, and boost your immunity and metabolism. And get all these benefits in one and the same supplement — a women’s multivitamin.
Multivitamins give you a ton of value and multifaceted benefits, addressing countless aspects of your health simultaneously. This is why multivitamins are not just great for your health but they’re also super convenient.
Packed with an array of vitamins, antioxidant superheroes, and minerals, a multivitamin can help you reach your recommended daily intake for many life-essential nutrients.
Whether you want to support your immune system or could use some added energy in the mornings, try giving your body a little extra fuel to run on. A multivitamin can help strengthen your bones, jumpstart your metabolism, and aid in the growth of tissues.
So next time you come home tired from work or are exhausted from chasing your 2-year-old across the park, know that there’s something simple you can do for your health — even if you’re too drained for something more time-consuming, like cooking an extravagant meal.
You can definitely do something. Always get that needle moving, tipping it further in your favor.
Live Healthy By Meeting Dietary Requirements for Iron
Women’s health and wellness are strongly tied to meeting your recommended daily allowance (RDA) for iron — a key mineral that helps red blood cells transport oxygen in your body.
If you want to jump out of bed in the morning with a full charge of energy, make sure your iron levels are within a healthy range. You don’t want to feel fatigued, drained, and sluggish all day. How’re you going to get the kids to school and get your job done like that?
Did you know that 20 to 25% of the global population struggles with low iron and the corresponding symptoms of iron deficiency anemia?¹
But that’s not all. Many of these people are women, which makes it so much more important that you take active steps to maintain healthy levels of iron.
But why is it that women are affected more than men? Menstrual periods account for regular blood loss in women of childbearing potential, making them much more vulnerable.¹
Women in their reproductive years can, therefore, go through intervals where their bodies experience a negative balance — losing more red blood cells than they’re making.
Pregnancies also mark an additional strain and can adversely impact your iron levels.¹
If you need help maintaining your iron levels, try our Iron Plus Gummies, so you have all the energy you need to go about your daily activities and live a healthy life.
Hair, Skin, and Nails — Because We All Want to Be Beautiful
We want to live a healthy life, true. But we can do more than that.
Women’s health and wellness are much more nuanced — one that doesn’t only focus on our immune system, bones, and digestive tract.
We want to be beautiful, feel beautiful, and have the self-confidence to handle the curveballs life throws our way. And no matter what kind of person you are, women naturally want to look their best — especially when you try to take on the world.
Collagen for Your Skin
And that’s where collagen comes into the picture. Collagen makes up a crucial part of the overall protein prevalent in your body (about 30%).¹ It’s essential for countless reasons, including the fact that it’s a major constituent of your bones, muscles, and your skin.²
Collagen is a particularly important player in skin health, strengthening your skin and supporting its elasticity.² It also helps get rid of dead skin cells and assists in regenerating new ones.²
What that means for you? Beautiful skin: glowing, beaming, shining. Giving you the confidence to show the world what you’re made of.
Ready to add a vegan collagen booster to your routine? Try our Glowing Beauty Supplement and help nourish your skin.
Biotin for Your Hair & Nails
But what about your hair and nails? I’m sure you know what it’s like to live with brittle fragile nails and dry frizzy hair — wreaking havoc on your self-esteem and robbing you of your feeling of self-worth.
We’ve all been there — but no need to panic. We can help make you look like you’re walking straight out of a beauty salon, emerging with a shiny envy-inducing mane. Humor me and picture yourself in slow-mo, shaking your long hair in the wind while taking out your Louis-Vuitton sunglasses. That’s right, girl!
If you haven’t tried biotin, it might be worth a shot. Biotin is one of the many B vitamins that your body needs to successfully perform various important functions.³ Traditionally, biotin has been used as a dietary supplement to support hair growth and nail health.
Ready to get people starring (from envy of course)? Try Herbaland’s Biotin Beauty, containing biotin, zinc, and folic acid. It’s time to make yourself shine!
Start to Live a Healthy Life… Now
Women’s health and wellness are of undeniable importance. Despite the hectic lives we lead and the responsibilities we carry, our well-being is a priority for all of us. So what are we waiting for?
Women make up the backbone of our society — the many loving wives that make sure that households run smoothly, the caring mothers that raise and nurture our children, and your boss, co-worker, or friend that lends you a helping hand at work when you need it.
This Women’s Month, let’s come together to celebrate women all over the world and embark on a healthy journey together.
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- Coad J, Conlon C. Iron deficiency in women: assessment, causes and consequences. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2011 Nov;14(6):625-34. doi: 10.1097/MCO.0b013e32834be6fd. PMID: 21934611.
- Collagen: What it is, Types, Function & Benefits. Cleveland Clinic, https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/23089-collagen. Accessed 24 January 2023.
- Biotin - Health Professional Fact Sheet. NIH Office of Dietary Supplements, 10 January 2022, https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Biotin-HealthProfessional/. Accessed 24 January 2023.