Popular Supplements That Are Worth Taking

 In General Health, Supplements

As much as we all try to get the nutrition we need from our food, it doesn’t always happen. Busy schedules and hectic lives often get in the way, causing us to eat less than perfect diets. And even those of us that do make healthy eating a priority don’t always get enough variety to fulfill every single nutritional need. So what can you do? Add supplements into your diet. There are some great supplements on the market that have powerful health benefits, and when added into your daily routine, can make a big impact on how you look and feel. There are a ton of supplements out there, and you don’t need them all. So here is a list of the 3 supplements you NEED to be taking now, ones that will make the biggest impact and keep you happy and healthy.


Fish oil supplements are filled with omega-3 fatty acids, an essential fat that our bodies cannot produce on their own. Unless you eat fish daily, you aren’t getting enough omega-3s in your diet. But why do you need them? They are one of the most powerful nutrients on the planet, and they are capable of reducing triglyceride levels that affect your risk for heart disease; increasing memory, concentration, and mental acuity; reducing the risk of diabetes; improving your body’s ability to recover after strenuous exercise; and even reducing the risk of certain types of cancer. If you take only one supplement, fish oil is the one to choose. Look for a supplement with both EPA and DHA acids in excess of 2 grams each.


There’s a lot of talk about calcium and its ability to promote bone growth in kids, reduce bone loss in adults, prevent osteoporosis, and keep teeth strong and healthy. But calcium is only half of the story, because without vitamin D, the body just can’t absorb the calcium properly. And unfortunately, vitamin D is hard to come by unless you live in a tropical climate and spend all of your time outdoors without protective clothing or sunscreen. In addition to promoting healthy bones, vitamin D also helps prevent breast and prostate cancer, heart disease, depression, and obesity. Start with 1,000 IUs daily, and of course, don’t forget about that calcium for best results.


Although probiotics are not new to the market, they have been getting a ton of buzz recently, appearing in everything from yogurt to milk to supplements. Probiotics help to replenish and nourish your own internal source of good bacteria that live in your gut. These internal bacteria are responsible for digestion, immunity, and overall health, and if you don’t nurture the good bacteria, bad bacteria can infiltrate, causing gas, bloating, cramping, nausea, and even an inability to absorb nutrients from food that can lead to malnutrition. Probiotics need to be refrigerated to protect the bacteria from damage, and they’re best taken with other foods, not on an empty stomach. Look for a supplement with 3 billion living organisms per serving, and try a few different types of products to find the one that is most appetizing.

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