, the cult-favorite vitamin brand designed to deliver key nutrients and fill any gaps in your diet, has a new product out that rounds out their incredible selection. They recently announced their latest product, the Ritual Essential for Women 50+, a multivitamin specifically designed carefully and thoughtfully for women over the age of 50. Their other products include their Multivitamin 18+ and the Prenatal Vitamin, Reborn.
The Ritual Essential for Women 50+ Multivitamin
What’s super interesting about the Essential for Women 50+ Multivitamin
is that it’s catered to women post-menopause with nutrients to support healthy aging from within. Vegan-certified, gluten and allergen-free, and non-GMO. It will have no colorants or synthetic fillers and will be packaged in a no nausea capsule design. Its key ingredients will support developmental changes during menopause and those that happen as women age. This includes helping with brain health, heart health, bone support, and muscle function.
Ritual is famed for packaging every vitamin you need for optimal health in one, easy to ingest capsule, and the Essential for Women 50+ is no different. The Essential for Women+ includes Omega-3 DHA, Vitamin K2, Magnesium, Vitamin E, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D3, and Folate. Ritual’s team of scientists wants to ensure that you get everything you need from this multivitamin. So that your body is actually able to absorb these ingredients.
Your vitamin-taking experience should be as easy as possible, and Ritual always puts you first. Our favorite part of Ritual is that while it’s easy to digest, it’s also super easy to carry with you. Especially when you travel. Imagine having to take a million and one bottle with you just so you can feel good on vacation. The added inclusivity of catering to women in a different stage of their life makes us love them even more.
Ritual’s Women 50+ Multivitamin is available now starting at $35 per monthly subscription, shop here.
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