What Should I Be Taking?

When deciding what supplements you should be taking there are several key things that you should be aware of. First, our food is often stripped of the nutrients we need to maintain healthy cell growth and reproduction.

We live in a fast food society where it is cheaper to purchase a cheeseburger than an apple. Providing healthy food for our families has gotten less convenient as much of our countries crops have been altered genetically. GMO’s, or genetically modified organisms, have replaced much of our grocery store produce choices, making it more difficult to stay nutritionally balanced.

The following 4 supplements are among the more important for supporting overall health and wellness.


1 High Quality MultiVitamins. It is important that whatever multivitamin you choose that it be high-potency, designed for optimal absorption and bio-available. What does this mean? It means that the type of pill you take is as important as the vitamins it contains. Certain vitamins and minerals need to be taken together to be optimally used and absorbed. Multivitamins with 23 key ingredients, chelated minerals, and no fillers are a solid choice. 

2 Omegas. Fatty acids like omega-3’s are vital for many basic body functions. In the brain, omega-3 fatty acids are very important for memory and cognition. They have also been shown to help with parts of the brain that affect behaviors. Omega-3’s have been shown to lower the risk of certain diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, and some cancers. Omega 3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and are often found in fish, certain fruits and some vegetables. Since Omega 3 supplements are sourced from fish only, it is very important to choose a high quality Omega 3 product to limit exposure to mercury. 

3 Magnesium. Magnesium is an essential nutrient that our body needs to maintain bone health and keep our energy levels high. Magnesium can also have positive effects on our central nervous system, reducing stress and related issues. Magnesium can help balance blood sugar levels, working with our pancreas to keep insulin levels steady. It has also been shown to aid in sleep, and even DNA reproduction.

4 Vitamin D. While our bodies are designed to make vitamin D on their own, we often do not get enough sunlight to produce what we need on a daily basis. Vitamin D works with calcium to aid its absorption, helping our bodies grow healthy bone and tissue. Low levels of vitamin D can suppress mood and metabolism. On top of all of this, it plays a key role in our immune system and low levels may increase the likelihood of developing certain autoimmune diseases.

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