5 Vitamins for Your Health
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Vitamins and dietary supplements has the potential to boost your health, both in the short term and long term. Even if you have been absent at the gym, vitamins can help in many ways including boosting your immune system and giving you much needed energy throughout the day.
Here are the best ones you can take to make sure you really are treating your body like your temple.
1. Start With a Great MultiVitamin
This is a good way to fill in the blanks of the essential nutrients you are not getting from your already smart and balanced diet. But you need to make sure you're using a quality product. Avoid anything with a television commercial or a celebrity endorsement, and do not expect to find something good in the drugstore. Do some research online before buying to make sure you are buying a satisfactory and highly recommended product.
2. Vitamin C Will Boost Your Immune System
Vitamin C has been shown to be a great booster of immune systems meaningless sneezing and coughing as well as a circulation improver, blood pressure reducer, eye health promoter, and for men a life extender. Its therapeutic properties stem from it being a natural antibiotic, antiviral, antihistamine, and antitoxin.
Read: Foods Rich in Vitamin C
3. Build Your Body With Magnesium Citrate
We all know calcium is good for bone health, but did you know it is useless without magnesium alongside it? Magnesium is not only necessary for the absorption of calcium, but for 300 other essential bodily functions. It is actually used by each organ you have!
Read: Health Benefits of Magnesium
4. Enjoy the Miracle of Vitamin D
It seems like there are new discoveries of its abilities every day. It protects against cancer, strengthens bones, lowers blood pressure, it has even been shown to help moods and reverse depression.
Read: Health Benefits Of Vitamin D
5. All Women Should Take Omega-3
These supplements are usually made from fish oil or algae and provide the key fatty acids: DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). Make sure the label says you are getting both. Omega-3 fatty acid can reduce depression, fight high blood pressure, aid weight loss, clear up skin, and relieve pain from arthritis.
Read: Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Of course every person is different, so it can never hurt to speak with a doctor and/or nutritionist about your diet, where it's lacking, and what supplements and vitamins you can take to improve your health. Usually, a simple blood test can determine what you are lacking and what plan can be implemented to get your body on the right path. Again, do not forget diet and exercise are the foundation of a healthy life, so take the right supplements but do not stop there.
About the author: Mike Walters is a respected health writer and has been for over two decades. When he isn’t busy covering wellness programs for businesses, Mike can be found restoring his extensive vintage guitar collection.
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