Dietary Supplements “There’s no substitute for a healthy, balanced diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, regular rest and a steady exercise regimen. If you do this, there’s no harm in taking a simple once daily multivitamin”
Dietary supplements and good health.
Until we are able to get back to creating foods that are natural and vitamin rich many realize that dietary supplements go a long way toward promoting good health. Like many of you, I too rely on a regime of supplements to keep me healthy, and wholeheartedly recommend that others do the same.
The questions remains. Which supplements do my body require? To answer that one your would have to ask. How do I feel? Your body is a pretty good communicator if you listen. If you do not feel good. Go for a chekup and get some blood work done. It will tell you all you need to know.
In this article by Dr Roger Henderson, GP he covers which supplements are essential in filling the nutritional gaps your diet could be leaving open.
By Doctor Roger Henderson, For NetDoctor
There’s no substitute for a healthy, balanced diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, regular rest and a steady exercise regimen. If you do this, there’s no harm in taking a simple once daily multivitamin – but these are the key supplements I would recommend prioritizing daily to make sure all your nutritional bases are covered.
They’re the vitamins and minerals we’re more likely to be lacking or low on, and are essential to our overall health and wellbeing so if you’re not getting them from your diet, a supplement might be necessary.
1. Calcium Why? Calcium is the key mineral for bone health and although high impact exercise can help reduce the risk of bone thinning, an overuse