Born out of the scientifically validated concept that certain
vitamins and minerals are more biologically useful to the body when taken at
certain times of the day, NiteVites™ elevates your health
by optimizing your night time vitamin regimen. When you take NiteVites™
- in the evening before bed - you support healthy sleep, strong bones, healthy
muscles, heart rhythm, brain function and much more.* NiteVites™
is designed to promote healthy relaxation to help you unwind at night to prep
your body for deeper, sounder sleep while it nourishes your bones and muscles
with balanced levels of calcium and magnesium citrate, plus 1 mg of melatonin.*
Science Shows that Certain Vitamins and Minerals May Are Beneficial When Taken at Night
Is there really a best time to take your vitamins? Vitamins that your body needs for energy and mental clarity, B complex in particular, are best taken during the day. However, when it's time to relax and unwind at the end of the day, NiteVites™ blends the calming benefits of magnesium along with the bone building attributes of calcium coupled with key co-factors, like melatonin, that help the mind and body relax. With NiteVites™ you can sleep more restfully while you build strong bones and maintain healthy muscles. The nutrients in NiteVites™ also promote cell building and bone and joint repair functions that work while you sleep. The case for taking calcium at night has good research behind it. This is especially important for postmenopausal women. A study published in the British Medical Journal found that calcium is most effective for bone health in this group when taken at night. Magnesium, an essential mineral also required for healthy bones and muscles, and it functions as a nutritional partner to calcium also aiding in the process of helping people relax and fall asleep.
Magnificent Magnesium – Are You Deficient in this Vital Mineral?
The 1999-2000 US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey suggest that substantial numbers of adults in the United States fail to consume recommended amounts of magnesium. As the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, magnesium is crucial to your good health. About half of your total body magnesium is kept in your bones while the other half is distributed throughout cells of your body. This vital mineral is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in your body, which means it acts like a spark plug for the machinery of cellular metabolism is important for energy transport within the cell. Because of the vital roles magnesium plays in a wide array of metabolic functions in the body and its impact on health and longevity, it is often call "the Magnificent Mineral". Magnesium can be found in the diet although it is challenging to consume enough for optimal health through diet alone. Top magnesium rich foods include green leafy vegetables, black beans, halibut, nuts, pumpkin seeds, whole grains, tofu.
Magnesium plays key roles in the maintenance of:
- Bone health*
- Cardiovascular function and healthy heart rhythm*
- Healthy blood sugar control and already normal blood pressure*
- Healthy brain and immune system function*
Along with calcium citrate and magnesium citrate—both well-absorbed, bioavailable forms of calcium and magnesium—NiteVites™ also provides:
Vitamin D: Without adequate vitamin D intake, the body cannot properly metabolize calcium. Vitamin D strengthens bones and also may enhance muscle strength, due to its direct effect on calcium transport in muscles. Because of its unique interplay with calcium, vitamin D supports the health of bones and muscles. An explosion of contemporary research has revealed that vitamin D is critical for the function of multiple organs and systems, including cardiovascular function, immune health, the brain and more.*
Vitamin K2: The secret to relaxed muscles? Occasional muscle cramping is a common age-related concern that can detrimentally impact sleep quality, or even general comfort when we are awake. Interestingly, new research suggests that daily supplementation with Vitamin K2 may help to alleviate muscle cramping. A recent open field pilot study with 19 older subjects showed that 3 months of supplementation with Vitamin K2 resulted in improvements in cramping episodes. While more research is needed to confirm this amazing initial finding, consumers looking for a natural alternative to help support muscle comfort now have a great option.
Zinc: Like magnesium, zinc is a mineral that wears many functional hats in human nutrition. Zinc is needed for healthy immune function and for tissue building and repair. Zinc helps maintain the integrity of skin, the membrane linings of the digestive tract, bone strength, and healthy eyes. In men, zinc is essential for keeping the prostate healthy. Like magnesium, zinc is a co-factor for enzymes that power up metabolic functions in cells.*
Boron: Boron is a trace mineral that plays a key role in bone metabolism through its interactions with calcium, magnesium and vitamin D. Boron has been shown to decrease urinary excretion of calcium and magnesium in postmenopausal women.* Boron also supports optimum vitamin D metabolism.*
Resveratrol: Researched for its healthy-aging effects and its potent antioxidant activity, resveratrol supports the circulatory system and helps maintain normal blood flow to muscles and organs. Laboratory studies confirm that resveratrol can increase nitric oxide production in blood vessels, which supports circulation and cardiovascular health.*
Take NiteVites™ in the evening or before bed to support:
- Sound, Restful Sleep with Melatonin and Magnesium Citrate*
- Building Healthy Bones with Calcium Citrate*
- Healthy, Relaxed Muscles with Magnesium and Vitamin D*
- Healthy Cardiovascular and Arterial Function with Vitamin K2*
- Healthy Circulation and Cellular Function with Resveratrol*
- Healthy Joint Comfort and Bone Density with Vitamin D and Patented PhytoBoron (FruiteX-B)*
- Healthy Brain Function and Mood with Magnesium, Zinc, and Vitamin D*
Note: for people who really struggle to fall asleep also see our NightVites Extra Strength Formula with 3 mg of melatonin per serving.