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Four Most Recommended Health Supplements

Mia Morales Nov 11, 2019
It is estimated that by the year 2025 the dietary supplement market will be worth $194.63 billion. There is no question that health supplements are a profitable business, but they also provide consumers with a very valuable product. Below are four different kinds of supplements that health and nutrition professionals recommend taking.

1. Multivitamin

The best way to get your recommended daily amount of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals is from the food you eat. Nature has done a great job of creating foods that naturally contain the vitamins that your body needs to operate efficiently. If you aren’t getting all of your recommended vitamins and minerals then you should consider taking a multivitamin.
There are a few things you should be on the lookout for, though, to ensure you’re taking the best product available. Try to avoid vitamins that provide more than 100% of the recommended daily value for any single ingredient. There’s no extra credit when it comes to nutrients, the highest grade you want to achieve is 100%.
Try to find a label that has the United States Pharmacopeia symbol on it, as that represents a quality product. Don’t use anything that has more than 3,500 units of vitamin A. It’s going to be hard to find 100% of the daily value of calcium or magnesium, so you’ll most likely need to take additional supplements to get the recommended dosage.

2. Probiotics

Most health experts agree on the importance of taking a probiotic to support overall digestive health. Probiotics are live microorganisms that help maintain an optimal balance of healthy bacteria in your gut. They also help support your body’s natural immune system and can help people lose weight.
Having imbalanced amounts of healthy gut bacteria can lead to poor digestion and include symptoms such as gas, bloating, and diarrhea. Prolonged periods of poor digestive health can eventually lead to serious diseases. Taking a daily probiotic and/or other supplements designed to support your gut, such as Dr. Gundry supplements, are highly recommended.

3. Fish Oil

As difficult as it can be to get vitamins, it’s even harder to get enough omega 3 fatty acids. These acids are found in oily fish. Unlike many nutrients, your body does not produce omega 3 fatty acids. In order to get it, you need to eat foods that contain it or take a supplement. Omega 3 fatty acids can help reduce inflammation throughout your entire body.

4. Coconut Oil

There are few things in recent history that have grown so popular so quickly than coconut oil. In just a few months it went from a rarely used kitchen ingredient to a multipurpose moisturizer, antibacterial topical treatment, mouth wash, and hair mask. It is a very versatile product, but it also provides an impressive number of natural health benefits.
 Coconut oil can help boost the level of good cholesterol in your body, otherwise known as HDL, which can play a significant role in preventing high blood pressure and heart disease. It can also help transform bad cholesterol into good cholesterol. Coconut oil has been shown to assist with weight loss efforts. 
It can help burn both calories and fat and also acts as a mild appetite suppressant. Coconut oil is great for digestion, it fights toxic bacteria and helps reduce stomach inflammation and poor digestion. It can also help support your liver health. Coconuts are high in antioxidants, and its oil is great to use to treat burns and wounds.

Consider the Benefits!

There are certainly many more beneficial supplements you can take. You should always consider your personal health needs before starting to take any new health products and if you have any concerns you should always talk to your physician.