Supplements for a Healthier You

Your body does not need only proper diet and active lifestyle. It still needs energy-boosters. Even if you are eating leafy vegetables, fruits, fish and meat, you will definitely not get 100% of vitamins and nutrients needed by the body. But don’t worry, food supplements can be bought over the counter. Here are some vitamins that you need with their corresponding benefits:

  • Vitamin A

Vitamin A gives you glowing skin and good vision. It also makes your teeth and bones healthy.

  • Vitamin B Complex

Aside from lowering the risks of cancer, Vitamin B Complex also increases the production of energy in your cells and improve the performance of nervous and digestive system.

  • Vitamin C

Vitamin C strengthen your immune system. It protects you from getting sick and allows you to heal faster from wounds and injury.

  • Vitamin D

Thanks the sunlight for free Vitamin D but it is not enough. Get additional Vitamin D for stronger muscles and bones.

  • Calcium

Beat osteoporosis with calcium supplement. It also lessen the risks of hypertension. Above all, it’s superior in giving you healthy teeth and stronger bones.

Calcium Supplements

Load up on calcium!

  • Zinc

Remember ConZace? It includes Zinc that is as good as Vitamin C in boosting immune system and preventing diseases.

  • Fish Oil

This explains why tuna is healthy on your diet. It guarantees healthy brain function and regulates blood flow to the heart, therefore lowering blood cholesterol. Furthermore, it’s perfect for making your skin healthy by increasing the production of collagen and elastin.

  • Beta-carotene

Not fond of carrots? Then pop a supplement to prevent sunburn. It also lower the chances of getting breast cancer.

 

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2 Responses to “Supplements for a Healthier You”

  1. nicquee says:

    How about Vitamin E?

  2. bev says:

    I need more vitamin c for a healthier immune system. I use to take conzace before, it helps to prevent my hair loss…

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