Feel 100% again. Gennev Vitality is a menopause multi-vitamin scientifically formulated to support mood, energy, brain clarity, skin, hair, joint pain, and inflammation associated with menopause.
Dr. Wendy Ellis, a naturopathic physician, put her 20+ years of clinical experience to work to develop this menopause supplement that delivers results you actually feel.
30 packets per box (1 month supply)
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- Pharmaceutical-grade ingredients
- Pre-configured therapeutic-level dosages
- Free of gluten, wheat, eggs and peanuts
- GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) Certification
- Made by women, for women
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Take 1 packet (contains 5 capsules) daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. You can also open up the capsules into your favorite drink!
Each packet contains
Vitamin D for bones and immune system. N-Acetyl L-Cysteine for memory and liver support. Biotin for hair and nails. Beta Carotene (Vitamin A) for immune response. Curcumin for inﬂammation. CoQ10 for fatigue and heart health. Pyridoxyl 5 Phosphate (B6) for mood and stress. Folic Acid for hot ﬂashes and depression. B12 for energy. Vitamin E for immune support. Selenomethionine for thyroid support. And Magnesium for joint pain, blood sugar support, stress, sleep and more!
Each serving size (1 packet) contains: Vitamin A (Beta Carotene), Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol), Vitamin E (Mixed Tocopherols - Novatol), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate), Folate (6s-Methyletraphydrofolic acid), Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin), Biotin (Vitamin B7), Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide Citrate), Selenium, N-Acetyl L-Cysteine 98.5%, Turmeric Curcumin C3 Complex, Co Enzyme Q10
Other ingredients: Silicon dioxide, capsule (hypromellose, purified water)
Consult your healthcare provider if you are nursing, pregnant, or taking medication. If adverse reactions occur, discontinue use and consult with your physician. Keep away from children.
Q: Is Vitality a multivitamin?
Not in a traditional sense. The ingredients in Vitality are based on clinical research, and include nutrients that are necessary to support women in the menopause transition. We created the product based on increased nutrient demands secondary to the drop in estrogen. Women may also have nutrient deficiencies secondary to medications (anti-depressants, birth control pills, cholesterol lowering drugs). We also know women feel increased joint pain, fatigue, and lack of energy, and are at risk for a number of health conditions such as osteoporosis and heart disease. Vitality was created to help women feel better, and support overall health.
Q: Can I take Vitality with my multivitamin?
A: Yes, however, there are many multivitamins on the market, and they are all different! The goal is to support your body with the nutrients it needs, without taking too much. You may want to check with your doctor or a Gennev practitioner to determine what additional nutrients are appropriate for you.
Q: Vitality has a strong odor, is this normal?
A: B vitamins have an unpleasant smell, there is no way around this. The strong smell does not indicate the product is expired. B vitamins are also a bright yellow / orange, and may make your urine bright yellow as well. In addition, curcumin in Vitality has a bright orange color and has a mild scent to it.
Q: Is Vitality good for supporting bone density?
A: While some nutrients in Vitality support bone density (Vitamin D, magnesium and B vitamins), this is not a bone specific supplement. Calcium is an important mineral in bone density – and should be taken in addition to Vitality if bone density is of concern.
Q: Do I take all 5 capsules of Vitality at once?
A: While many individuals take all 5 at once, some prefer to split the dose, or start slowly and titrate up to the full dose.
Q: Can I take less than the recommended 5 pills of Vitality?
A: Absolutely. Keep in mind though, that the doses on the label are therapeutic doses and taking less than 5 capsules will only provide a fraction of the intended dose.
Q: Is there a preferred time of day to take Vitality?
A: Because B vitamins and Vitamin D can be stimulating and interfere with sleep, we recommend taking Vitality earlier in the day – with breakfast or lunch.
Q: Does Vitality interact with any of my medications?
A: It can. Due to the number of ingredients in Vitality – it’s important to check with your physician to determine if there are any interactions with your medications.
Q: Do you take Vitality with food?
A: Yes. If you take Vitality on an empty stomach, or without adequate food, it may create stomach upset.
Q: What if I cannot swallow pills? Can I open the capsules and take them in water or other liquid?
A: Yes! You will not lose any of the benefits of Vitality by taking them out of the capsules.
Took them for 2 months. Stopped them and that when I noticed a difference. Back to taking supplements faithfully
The Vitality pack has been a good addition to my menopause toolbox. I've been using this product for more than a year and have felt a huge difference.
I was skeptical about this product but after just a few days I notice significantly more energy and mental clarity and less anxiety. My body also feels less achy and my sex drive is noticeably higher. Just signed for the subscription and looking forward to the benefits of long-term use. If you are on the fence, I definitely encourage you to try these supplements. (I am also taking the magnesium.)
These seemed to work almost miraculously when I first started taking them - I had better focus, better sleep, and fewer hot flashes after just a couple days. The effects were so quick and noticeable I thought it might be the power of placebo... but after a few months of taking them fairly regularly, I *definitely* notice when I forget. Hot flashes and sleep are near-immediately worse, and my mood drops.
I love this supplement and plan to never be without it.
I have been taking this packet for at least a month and I have not seen any noticeable difference. I do not have any more energy. Taking five caplets is sort of a pain too