An eight year study of almost 400,000 participants, has found that those with higher blood levels of vitamin B6, folic acid and the amino acid methionine cut their risk of lung cancer by two thirds. Methionine, along with vitamin B6 and folic acid, helps the body to protect and repair DNA. So be sure to supplement a healthy diet with a multi-vitamin daily containing these vitamins.
High strength Omega 3. Omega 3 is vital for younger looking skin as you get older and works with vitamin C and E to boost collagen and moisturize your skin from within. Take 500-1000 mg/day.
Vitamin E is a key anti-aging vitamin that protects the skin and other cell structures in your body from free radical damage. Some researchers believe that vitamin E is the most important of all the anti aging antioxidants – the master vitamin. Nutritionists estimate that over 95% of Americans have a diet providing below the recommended dieatary level of vitamin E- recommendation is 100 mg/day.
Vitamin C helps strengthen the immune system. Vitamin C is one of the most well researched vitamins that supports your immune system. So to keep your immune system revved up this fall, be sure to take enough vitamin C.
B vitamins provide a natural energy boost. How? Vitamins of the B complex help breakdown foods into energy. This is where the energy boost comes from. Kapow! B vitamins are needed every day to keep you healthy, so replenish them often.
Germs can spread rapidly in the recycled air of airplanes, so protect yourself accordingly and take precautions to beef up your immune system starting about 3 days prior to any air travel. I am a BIG fan of Emergen-C since Vitamin C is a great immune booster. Emergen-C also comes in easy to carry packets that you can also take with you on the plane and in your luggage to guard yourself while you are away and for the return flight home as well. In addition to taking your vitamins (Zinc and Echinacea are good immune boosters as well), drink lots of water and do all the right things in terms of nutrition and exercise before taking a trip, to maximize your immune functions.
Maegan S. had low energy, mood swings, and some PMS related symptoms – she had read about taking B complex supplements and also a B-12 vitamin supplement to help alleviate symptoms. She thought that would be a very inexperience remedy that was well-worth trying so she went to EdibleNature.com to purchase her vitamins and now is a very happy camper! She told me yesterday that in addition to having more energy and alleviating her PMS symptoms, her skin has cleared up at well. Made me want to go home and take my B Complex right away…thanks for sharing Maegan!
Since Mike H. let us know the Hyaluronic Acid has been helping relieve his joint range of motion in his hands, I have been wondering if anyone else has been having great benefits to this often not heard about supplement?
Hyaluronic Acid maintains the lubrication of joints and allows them to preserve water for other tissues. By retaining an adequate amount of water, our joints are less likely to turn out to be fragile and weak. HA also aids in the restoration of skin by maintaining its elastin and collagen, encouraging a healthy appearance (look younger AND feel younger!).
Some of the best advice I get is from our customers,friends and family…and what better way to connect then through the EdibleNature Today Blog? So please let us know (email@example.com) if Hyaluronic Acid (or any other supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbal remedies or homeopathic remedies) have helped you in your quest for optimum health.