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Important Note - If you are taking any medication, please check with your GP or Healthcare Practitioner.
Bouncing back into health and wellness sometimes needs a little bit of good old will power and a side serving of common sense. There’s a lot of confusion about what supplements to take and when, so let’s get some clarification in this area to support our covid19 bounce back.
If you’re introducing a new lifestyle program into your life here is what you need to know about taking the right supplements. These are my top three choices.
B Active: Make sure your taking a Vitamin B Complex. B vitamins help to maintain the health of the nerves, skin, eyes, hair, liver and mouth, as well as healthy muscle tone in the gastrointestinal tract and proper brain function, and that’s not all, B vitamins are also involved in energy production, without good stores of energy it’s very difficult to get moving and motivated. B foods are brewer’s yeast, mackerel, milk and dairy products, seafood, nuts, fresh vegetables, beef, whole grains, soy products, and much more, therefore there are no excuses for not getting your Bs.
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs): Omega 3 and 6 are the basic building blocks of which fats and oils are composed. These cannot be made by the body. EFAs, have many desirable effects on many disorders such as decreasing cholesterol, lowering blood pressure, preventing arthritis, aids in nerve transmission, reduces skin disorders. Foods are deep sea fish, flaxseed oil, vegetable oils, raw nuts and seeds, legumes, grape, borage and soybean oil.
Magnesium: A vital catalyst to enzyme activity, especially enzymes involved in energy production. A deficiency in magnesium interferes with the transmission of nerve and muscle impulses, causing irritability and nervousness. Found in most foods, especially dairy products, fish, meat and seafood.
Well that should give us all a good healthy range of beneficial foods and supplements to get us back into our lives and having some fun.