Proteins are essential for the human body to survive. Not only do they make up a part of the body structure, they also serve as a source of fuel to the body. The exact protein needs of the human body differ according to sex and age of the person. So how much protein is required per day:
Adult men – 56 grams per day
Adult Women – 46 grams per day
Teenage boys – 52 grams per day
Teenage girls – 46 grams per day
Kids (6 -14) – 19 – 34 grams per day
Pregnant/Nursing women – 71 grams per day
Albovit is a preparation from J & J DeChane Laboratories Pvt Ltd – a 100-year-old company based in Hyderabad, India. Scientifically formulated, Albovit not only takes care of the protein requirements but also nourishes the body with a combination of Shatavari, Almonds, Dates, and Saffron.
Almonds are an incredibly rich source of vitamin E, calcium, phosphorous, iron and magnesium. Zinc, potassium, selenium, copper and niacin which are required in minute quantities by the human body can also be found in Almonds. The best thing about these almonds are that they help increase the level of good cholesterol (High-Density Lipoproteins or HDL) while lowering bad cholesterol (Low-Density Lipoproteins or LDL).
Dates have been consumed since ancient times. Packed with calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper, zinc and magnesium, dates are recommended for constipation, intestinal disorders, heart problems, anaemia, sexual dysfunction, diarrhea, abdominal cancer, and muscle development.
Shatavari is the best female rejuvenative known to mankind. Apart from its uses as a laxative and nutritive tonic, Shatavari is used to increase milk secretion in nursing mothers. Shatavari works equally well for males too. Ayurvedic texts like the Susruta Samhita states that it purifies the semen.
Saffron has been used since the ancient ages and is the most exotic of spices. It also is the costliest of herbs and with good reason. With demonstrated efficacy in mild to moderate depression, it is also used to stimulate digestion and treat dysmenorrhoea in girls.