You can trace every sickness, every disease and every ailment to a mineral deficiency Dr Linus Pauling 

Women’s Health- The Key Nutrients

Below are some of the key nutrients that are essential for Women’s health.


Zinc is a well-known mineral that provides beneficial health benefits to women. Zinc is a trace mineral, which means our bodies do not require high amounts. On average, women require fifteen milligrams of zinc per day. If lactating, it should increase to nineteen milligrams per day. However, because it occurs in small quantities, this mineral is often overlooked. Your intake of zinc can profoundly affect how your body works.

Let’s look at the benefits of zinc:

  • Zinc helps you maintain a healthy immune system by assisting in the development of T-cells, which help fight off viruses and cancerous cells. A zinc deficiency can therefore make you more susceptible to illnesses.
  • Zinc stabilizes your blood sugar. It does this by assisting in the synthesis, storage, and release of insulin, which is the hormone responsible for keeping your blood sugar levels stable.
  • Your digestive system improves by the intake of Zinc. There are many processes dependent on Zinc in the body, for example, it is very important in the process of producing digestive enzymes. Your body cannot digest food and absorb nutrients without it.
  • Zinc is crucial in being able to taste your food. If you start to think that Covid-19 has affected your smell and taste, increase your zinc intake, ideally for 4 weeks, or eat more organic foods that contain this mineral. After this time, consider a multivitamin that contains a good level of zinc.

We also require it for wound healing.


Magnesium is another essential nutrient, for the human body, especially for women’s health. It’s involved in various physiological pathways and its intake is essential for cell and organ function. Magnesium is typically required for those suffering from Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome and premenstrual syndrome, and is a mineral that many people are deficient in. Additionally, women who are pregnant and those going through menopause can benefit and have a much easier time by adding Magnesium into their daily supplement routine.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are essential to human health. It is a nutrient that support inflammation disorders and an excellent choice for women’s health. Essential functions that require omega-3 fatty acids:

  • Eye, nerve, and membrane development
  • The production of prostaglandins may help regulate blood pressure, inflammation, neurological functions, and hormone productions.
  • Improves heart health, to prevent coronary heart disease related death and stroke

For women in particular, omega-3 fatty acids are a good choice that can assist in easing menstrual pain, can alleviate rheumatoid arthritis (which is more common in women than men), and may reduce the risk of cervical, ovarian, and endometrial cancers.

The body cannot produce two of these essential fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid omega 3 and linoleic acid which is omega 6) and external supplemental nutrients are required to be consumed for our bodies to be at optimal health.

 Vitamin D

Vitamin D is also a well-known nutrient , as well as a hormone. Recent studies have shown that his vitamin has a role in preventing chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, inflammation, and autoimmune diseases.

In pregnant women, low vitamin D levels are linked to pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

However, no matter your age, gender, or stage of life, having the required amount of essential vitamins in our system is vital to good health. If you require any further information, please click on the nutrients covered in the blog to get further product information.