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Wellness Weekend: Vitamins and Minerals

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Vitamins and minerals are the benefits of a well-rounded, nutrient-rich diet, which is a building block to improving your overall health and wellness. Sometimes, however, we need an extra boost, or something to supplement for specific needs.
For example, Vitamin C can improve your immune health, while magnesium can help stabilize your blood pressure. There is no one-size-fits-all rule when it comes to supplements, so be sure to ask your health professional what supplements are right for you.

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Iron is an essential component of hemoglobin, a red blood cell protein that transfers oxygen from the lungs to the tissues. Dietary iron has two main forms: heme and nonheme. Plants and iron-fortified foods contain nonheme iron only, whereas meat contain both heme and nonheme iron.
Frequent blood donors, people with cancer, those who are pregnant, and individuals with gastrointestinal disorders are all at risk for low iron levels in their blood.

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen in our bodies, and helps to boost the function of our immune system.
Ongoing research is examining whether vitamin C might help prevent or delay the development of certain cancers by limiting the damaging effects of free radicals through its antioxidant activity.

Vitamin B-12
B-12 helps the body create red blood cells and keeps the brain and nervous system healthy. However, because B-12 is most commonly found in animal protein, those following a strict vegan diet can find themselves deficient. Older adults are also at risk of having low levels of B-12, due to reduced absorbtion as we age.
Including a B-12 supplement can be a good option for those wanting some extra insurance that they are getting enough.

Insomnia, elevated stress levels, and restless leg syndrome can all stem from a magnesium deficiency in the body. Magnesium is an essential nutrient that our body needs for regulating blood pressure, muscle development, and maintaining bone density.
All the magnesium in our body comes from outside sources, and many people aren’t getting enough from their diet alone. A supplement can ease the ill effects of magnesium deficiency, without the radical alteration of your diet.

Fulvic Acid
Fulvic acid contains many nutrients that improve gut health, including prebiotics and probiotics. Fulvic Acid promotes a healthy gut microbiome, and helps the gut to absorb the nutrients in food to fuel our bodies. Shilajit, which is compromised of 50-60% fulvic acid, has a long history of use as a health food, dating back more than 3000 years.
Studies have found that Fulvic Acid can also act as an anti-inflammatory, reducing the severity of respiratory allergies.

Plant calcium is a great option for vegans and vegetarians looking to avoid calcium that come from animal sources. Plants that are high in calcium include broccoli, Chinese cabbage, mustard greens, and kale. Some soy beverages and juices are also fortified with calcium. Calcium is good for healthy bones, and your heart, muscles and nerves also need calcium to function.
To get full assurance that you are consuming enough calcium, you may want to consider adding a supplement to your daily routine.


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