5 ESSENTIAL SUPPLEMENTS YOU SHOULD BE TAKING DAILY

5 ESSENTIAL SUPPLEMENTS YOU SHOULD BE TAKING DAILY

We all know that a good diet and regular exercise is crucial to a healthy lifestyle. However, there’s one other thing that should be a consistent part of your regimen aside from the two: vitamins!
Vitamins and minerals can provide essential nutrients for you when lacking in your diet — whether you don’t consume enough fish or fruit. Here are five supplements we recommend including in your daily regimen:
Multivitamins. These are a great way to get an adequate dose of all those important nutritional facets you might not be getting in your day-to-day diet. Multivitamins are a must for those who don’t meet the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
Probiotics. Ever feel bloated? Well, probiotics can help with that! They help with your gut and encourage proper digestion to rid you of any bloat before you even get it. Probiotics also boost the immune system.
Vitamin D. This is one vitamin people forget about far too often. If you’re not exposed to the sun on a daily basis, you’re likely missing out on vitamin D. For those of us that live in cold-weather climates, this supplement is even more of a must. Vitamin D also helps regulate calcium and phosphorous absorption to help maintain healthy bones and teeth.
Magnesium. This does a number of things for our bodies and our health, from increasing energy to calming anxiety. It helps with digestion and constipation, helps prevent osteoporosis, and relieves muscle aches and spasms.
Omega-3s. This is another must, especially if you don’t consume enough fish or nuts. We especially love that omega-3s boost brain health and power. They improve risk factors for heart disease, fight inflammation and autoimmune diseases, and even prevent age-related mental decline and Alzheimer’s.
As always, consult a doctor or nutritionist before incorporating any supplements into your diet.

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