Supplement what your diet lacks
Are you daily eating healthy foods to supply your body with the nutrients that it requires?
Many scientific studies conclude that our diets have an enormous effect on our health.
FAQ: But what supplements should I take?
A 1. Multivitamin (Natural or Synthetic origin)
Prefarably of organic natural origin (Nature knows the best combination). Our modern industrial ways of producing foods lead to depleted soil. This leads to deficient vitamins, minerals and phyto nutrients in our food. As the saying go: "We eat what the plants ate".
A 2. Omega 3 or Krill oil
The correct amounts of DHA and EPA oil ratios lack in the average person’s diet. Take at least 1 gram of a high quality Omega 3 fish oil per day.
A 3. Probiotic
Look for quality, many strains, high CFU count and prebiotic included. Our Western diets put our gut microbiome (good gut bacteria) under constant pressure. Going natural e.g. Kefir and Sauerkraut etc. may be even better.
A 4. Vitamin D3
Studies show that most American's vitamin D levels are to low. A deficiency in this crucial vitamin is related to many health issues. Sun exposure is the best source to optimize your Vit D levels. Consider supplementation as a second option. Consider having your levels tested.