Specially formulated nutritional supplement for men during and after weight management to reduce deficiencies and maintain normal metabolism for general health and wellbeing.
Low levels of vitamin B6 and its consequent decrease in brain serotonin synthesis could result in an increased appetite and presumably food intake and favour a positive energy imbalance. The role of micronutrients as enzyme cofactors necessary for energy transformation within cells suggests that they could also influence the regulation of energy expenditure.
Vitamin C and B2 deficiency, lower bioavailability of vitamin D, lower serum vitamins A, E and folic acid concentrations have been found in overweight and obese individuals compared with non-obese subjects. Interestingly, high serum folic acid level was also recently found to be a significant predictor of body-weight loss in morbidly obese patients.
Studies have shown that multivitamin and mineral supplementation was found to be significantly beneficial to men. Compared with non-consumers, male consumers of vitamin and/or dietary supplements had a lower body weight, fat mass, BMI and a tendency for greater resting energy expenditure.