Celebrate World Health Day with vitality and wellness. As we honour this global observance dedicated to health and well-being, we invite you to embark on a journey towards optimal health with our multivitamin Nutrimax. At Metabolics we recognise the importance of comprehensive nutrition in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Our multivitamin formula is crafted to support your body’s essential needs, empowering you to thrive and flourish every day. Join us in commemorating World Health Day by prioritising your health.

What is Nutrimax multivitamin?

Metabolics Nutrimax is a supplement that supplies the highest quality multivitamin multimineral micronutrients to support optimal health. Optimal health is about feeling and being well, which means normal physical and mental performance and body state as well as a functioning immune system.

Nutrimax is carefully balanced using 27 nutrients in proportions to provide daily nutritional support in quantities that allow safe continual usage and work together to help you feel your best every day. Let’s take a look at a few of the vitamins and minerals included and how they can support optimal health.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that plays a role in numerous bodily functions. It is known for its role for maintaining eye health as it is essential for the proper functioning of the retina. Additionally, Vitamin A supports the immune system by helping to maintain the integrity of mucosal surfaces such as those in the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts. Furthermore, it plays a key role in promoting skin health by supporting cell growth and repair.

B Vitamins

(B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12, B7, B5)- B Vitamins play a crucial role in maintaining overall health and well-being by supporting various bodily functions. These water-soluble vitamins are involved in energy support and metabolism, converting carbohydrates, fats and proteins into useable energy. They can also contribute to the production of neurotransmitters, which are essential for brain function and mood regulation.

Vitamin C

Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C, is a powerful antioxidant that plays a role in supporting overall health. It supports the immune system by enhancing the function of various immune cells and helping the body combat infections. It is also essential for collagen synthesis, which is important for maintaining healthy skin, bones and connective tissues. Furthermore, it acts as a scavenger of harmful free radicals, protecting cells from oxidative damage and risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease.

Vitamin D

The primary function of vitamin D is to regulate calcium and phosphorus levels in the body by supporting bone health and strength. Adequate vitamin D intake helps maintain proper bone mineralisation and can reduce the risk of fractures and osteoporosis, particularly in older adults. Vitamin D also plays a role in modulating the immune system, helping defend against infections and reduce inflammation.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant. Its primary function is to protect cells from damaged caused by free radicals, thereby reducing oxidative stress and inflammation throughout the body. This antioxidant action helps maintain healthy skin by protecting against UV damage and supporting wound healing. Additionally, Vitamin E supports heart health by preventing the oxidation of LDL Cholesterol.

Vitamin K2

One of Vitamin K’s primary function is directing calcium to where it’s needed most, such as bones and teeth, and away from where it can be harmful, such as arteries and soft tissues. By promoting proper calcium metabolism, vitamin K2 supports bone health and can help prevent osteoporosis. K2 can be involved in cardiovascular health by preventing calcification of arteries which can help reduce risk of heart disease.


Calcium is an essential mineral that plays a role in maintaining strong bones and teeth, providing structural support and strength. Adequate calcium intake throughout life is essential for helping with weak and brittle bones that are prone to fractures. Beyond bone health, calcium is also involved in muscle contraction, including the heart, and helps regulate heartbeat and blood pressure. It is also necessary for proper nerve transmission, ensuring efficient communication between the brain and various parts of the body.


Magnesium plays a crucial role in over 300 biochemical reactions in the body, including energy production, protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function and blood glucose regulation. Magnesium is essential for maintaining normal heart rhythm and blood pressure, supporting cardiovascular health. It also supports bone health by aiding in the absorption of calcium and Vitamin D. It can also have a calming effect on the nervous system, helping to alleviate stress, anxiety and promote relaxation.


Zinc is involved in numerous enzymatic reactions in the body. One of its primary functions is supporting the immune system, aiding in the production and function of immune cells to help fight off infections and illness. Zinc also plays a role in wound healing, DNA synthesis and cell divisions, promoting overall tissue repair and growth. Zinc is also important for maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails.


As a potent antioxidant, selenium helps protect cells from damaged caused by free radicals, reducing oxidative stress and inflammation throughout the body. This antioxidant activity supports a healthy immune system, helping to defend against infections and chronic diseases. Additionally, selenium is involved in thyroid hormone metabolism, contributing to thyroid support and metabolism regulation. Selenium also plays a role in DNA synthesis and repair supporting overall cell health.


Iodine is a crucial mineral that plays a significant role in supporting overall well-being particularly in maintaining proper thyroid function. The thyroid gland requires iodine to produce thyroid hormones which are essential for regulation metabolism, growth and energy production throughout the body. Thyroid hormones also play a crucial role in brain development, making iodine essential for cognitive function. Iodine also supports reproductive health and hormone balance in both men and women.


Chromium plays a role in supporting overall well-being, particularly in regulating blood sugar levels. It enhances the action of insulin, a hormone that helps calls absorb glucose from the bloodstream, thereby contributing to stable blood sugar levels. This can be beneficial for individuals with diabetes or those at risk of developing insulin resistance. Chromium also aids in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism, supporting energy production and promoting healthy metabolism.


Manganese serves a cofactor for various enzymes involved in important physiological processes including antioxidant defence, bone formation and metabolism. As an antioxidant, manganese helps protect cells from damage caused by harmful free radicals, reducing oxidative stress and inflammation throughout the body. Manganese also contributes to the formation and maintenance of healthy bones and cartilage, supporting skeletal health and joint function. Additionally, manganese is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and cholesterol, helping to regulate energy production and maintain proper nutrient balance.


Copper serves as a cofactor of numerous enzymes involved in a wide range of physiological processes including energy production, antioxidant defence and iron metabolism. Copper is necessary for the formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, facilitating the transport of oxygen throughout the body and helping prevent anaemia. Additionally, copper plays a role in maintaining healthy connective tissues, such as collagen and elastin, supporting skin, bone and joint health.


Molybdenum serves as a cofactor for enzymes involved in important biochemical processes, including sulphur metabolism, detoxification of harmful substances and the conversion of certain amino acids. Molybdenum facilitates the breakdown of sulphites, which are preservatives found in some foods, and supports the metabolism of sulphur containing amino acids, promoting overall nutrient utilisation and cellular function.

How to support your health this World Health Day

As we celebrate World Health Day, it is crucial to prioritise our well-being now more than ever. Our bodies require a diverse range of vitamins and minerals to function optimally, supporting our immune system, energy levels and overall vitality. That is why we are proud to introduce our comprehensive multivitamin, which provides essential nutrients that may be lacking in our diets. With a blend of vitamins and minerals and antioxidants like Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc and Selenium, Nutrimax offers support for your health journey. Let’s take charge of our health this World Health Day and every day, ensuring we have the nutrients we need to thrive and live life to the fullest.

stacie henson metabolics nutrition advisorStacie Henson has been working at Metabolics for two years and has immersed herself in learning more about Metabolics products and nutrition generally.

She has completed basic nutrition courses and recently completed a Level 4 Nutrition Diploma. Stacie is currently studying for a Level 4 Transformational Nutrition course to further her experience and knowledge to better support Metabolics customers.