3 Health Supplements You Need to Be Taking

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If you’re interested in living healthier, you’ve probably heard a lot about supplements. There’s a lot of hype in the health and fitness community about health supplements, and the companies that produce the products make claims that range from realistic to ridiculous. With all the conflicting opinions about what—and how much—you should be taking, it can be hard to know where to start. There are a few supplements that pretty foundational, though, and pretty much everyone should be taking them.


Disclaimer: multivitamins are not a replacement for a healthy diet. They are, as the name suggests, a supplement; something to help fill the gaps when your best efforts to eat a balanced diet fall short. That said, almost all of us can say our diet falls short more often than we’d like, and getting an extra dose of the vitamins and minerals we need is helpful.

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The problem lies in finding a multivitamin that has everything you need. That’s why it’s important to do some research and investigate several products before committing to one. Try reading up on Xyngular reviews, and reviews for companies like it such as Vasayo, to help you find a company worth trusting.

Fish Oil

Fish oil is important because it equips your body with the fatty acids DHA and EPA, which do a number of things for the body. They help improve brain function, balance hormones, increase insulin sensitivity, and more. It might sound counterproductive to consume “fatty acids” if you’re trying to lose weight, but the fact is, your body uses fat for a lot of important functions. It just has to be the right kinds of fats, in the right amounts. Fish oil helps you meet those requirements.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is the stuff your body synthesises when you expose your skin to sunlight. The problem is, in our sunscreen-coated, digital-based world, not many people are getting the sunlight they need to make enough of it. Which is a shame, since your body uses it for a lot of things. It boosts your immune system, helps prevent depression and other mood disorders, increases muscle strength and power, and can even help fight cancer. So, if you’re not expecting to spend copious hours in the sun anytime soon, you might want to offset that deficiency with a vitamin D supplement.

Mae Cooper

Daisy Mae Cooper: Daisy, a yoga instructor, provides yoga routines, tips for mindfulness, and strategies to bring more peace and balance into everyday life.

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