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The Top 4 Vitamins we recommend
Vitamins are essential in attaining ideal health, and today, more than ever, they are essential. Why, you ask? Simply put, both our surroundings and our lives have changed. The earth, and the food we digest are different than they were 20-30 years prior. The soil we farm with has far less nutrients and the way in which our food is grown (through hydroponics, labs, etc) and the way animals are reared has lessened the nutritional content of our food and therefore made supplementary vitamins more important.
As far as us, and our lifestyles; in today’s society there are far more instances of adults getting less sleep, having more stress, eating far greater amounts of carbohydrates and suffering from a general running down of their internal systems.
Below are MPT’s 4 most ideal vitamins:
Used for energy, neurotransmitters, cells need B vitamins to take advantage and to properly use the food (carbohydrates and fats) that are absorbed. Can help regulate metabolic disorders and also accelerates cellular production and the detoxification of the body. If you are prone to stress (be it physical or mental) B vitamins can also be of great assistance in restoring health and helping the body recuperate in times of stress. AND, for all of you exercisers out there, B vitamins are essential in allowing our body to recover after exercise and help us come back the next day with more energy and strength.
An essential component when looking to improve and maintain good health. Multivitamins are a must for people not consuming adequate amounts of fruits and vegetables throughout the day, and can be used to ensure that the vitamins that they are missing in their food are somewhat made up in their vitamin regime. They can help to counteract illness, infection and help with general fatigue. It is a given that many people should be taking a multivitamin, yet many people don’t.
The benefits of vitamin C are such that it aids in protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems and even helps in having youthful looking skin. Aside from such benefits, the health benefit in reference to exercise is that it helps ward off the effects of catabolism (muscle breakdown) and helps rejuvenate the body.
Magnesium assists in the strengthening of bones (given that a good portion of the minerals inside our bones consist of magnesium) and can lead to greater bone density. As well as its bone strengthening properties, it also helps to regulate carbohydrates and insulin levels. Research suggests that for every 100mg/day increase in magnesium intake (up to a point), the risk of developing type 2 diabetes decreases by approximately 15%. For such a nation where overweight individuals exist, this is extremely important. Magnesium is needed for the health of muscles, including the heart, and for the transmission of electrical signals in the body. It also helps in general heart health.
So there you have it, guys. As with any new supplement/vitamins, make sure you ask your physician if it is right for you and always take in moderation.
Have a great day.
Yours in good health,