Scientific Advice On The Vitamin Supplements To Use and Why
I bet most of us didn’t know that the supplement industry lists among America’s multi-billion dollar sectors. And unlike the pharmaceutical industry, one doesn’t have to prove the effectiveness of their products. You only need to verify that they are safe, pass the underwriting process and have your Vitamin Supplement Merchant Account ready.
However, before making a purchase, it helps to learn which supplements are worth your money and attention. Here’s a list of a few.
Vitamin D is one of the vitamins the body can synthesize on its own. The human body does this in the presence of sunlight, therefore people in colder countries, or those who prefer staying indoors are in danger of deficiency.
Dark skin tone also increases one’s risk of vitamin D insufficiency because melanin slows the manufacture of vitamin D. Statistics have revealed that roughly a billion people have inadequate levels of the vitamin.
We all know that vitamin D is an essential requirement for to maintaining healthy bones, boosting immunity, enhancing muscle function and reducing depression. Plus, it is one of the cheapest in the market.
Turmeric is a popular ingredient in South Asia that has acquired attention for its health benefits. It speeds up the wound healing process and reduces inflammation. Continuing studies have disclosed that, a substance found in turmeric— known as curcumin— boosts immunity against several diseases, some including dementia, specific types of cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Though there isn’t substantial proof to the above claims, having turmeric as a supplement is a still a plus for your health.
Omega 3 is a fatty acid that comes in many forms. Its two main forms (EPA and DHA) are essential for brain development and are primarily obtained from fish. ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) is another type of omega 3 found in plant-foods like nuts e.g. walnuts.
Omega 3 qualified for this list because it is a fundamental requirement for brain function, averts mood swings and may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
These are simply diets with live forms of bacteria & yeasts e.g. kefir and yoghurt.
Did you know that having sufficient gut bacteria can help maintain good mental & physical health?
However, you need to watch your diet, stay physically active and avoid stress to ensure you don’t miss the balance of the bacterial species. And if after assessment you realize your levels are lower than normal, try probiotic supplements.
Individuals that experience gastrointestinal symptoms like stomach cramps after physical exercises should also consider taking probiotics.Other health benefits of probiotics include; boosting immune response and reducing levels of blood cholesterol.
Author Bio: Electronic payments expert, Blair Thomas, co-founded eMerchantBroker. His passions include producing music, and traveling to far off exotic places. EMB is America’s No. 1 vitamin supplement merchant account company, serving both traditional and high-risk merchants.