We all need vitamins, trace minerals, and other supplements to fill in deficiencies or to strengthen our health. However, not everyone can and should take the same vitamins, as your body is completely different than your mother’s, best friend’s, and neighbors. Each body requires different nutrients, exercise, sleep, and supplements.
Personalized vitamins are so important, especially in this day and age when access to individual health products is affluent. You can stroll into a CVS and get calcium pills, vitamin C, and iron. But do you personally need those vitamins?
What should you look for?
If you can visit your doctor, go over your deficiencies, and make a list of supplements you need. Many people need vitamin D, probiotics, and sometimes magnesium. Be sure to confirm what you need with a medical professional.
At Agape Nutrition, Dr. Stephen Smith has specialized in Doctor Protocols. These little bundles treat a variety of deficiencies and immune concerns. No two bodies are the exact same, so you should think of your supplements and vitamins the same way.
What personalized vitamins and supplements do you need?
Well, if your diet is specific, you will most likely need to supplement the nutritional deficiencies with an added dietary supplement. Here are just a few examples of deficiency-causing factors and supplements to fulfill them:
You’ll need to support your eyes, heart, and skin if you live near or in a city. Astaxanthin is ideal for this environment because it supports calcium and phosphorous absorption.
Living in high altitudes means that your lungs and bloodstream may not have enough oxygen to healthily circulate throughout your body. A reliable source of oxygen is not easy to come by. Even if you aren’t aware of just how high your altitude is, taking a daily supplement is a great decision. Ginkgo Biloba improves blood circulation and oxygen absorption.
If you’re living a life of leafy greens, root vegetables, and juicy fruits, you’re already getting some great benefits. However, it’s important to make sure you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin B12 is crucial for nervous system support and protein metabolism. Many vegetables do not contain the B12-fortified food needed to fulfill this requirement.
When your stomach doesn’t feel right, it can ruin your whole day. This manifests in bloating, gas pains, constipation, and more. To solve these problems, you’ll need to get right to the bacteria causing the imbalance. Probiotics are an ideal choice. Made up of trillions of enzymes, probiotics prevent future digestive discomfort from recurring.
If you’re anxious, or if you have trouble calming your mind down, you need a natural chemical balance which can come in the form of a supplement. Vitamin D is a great supplement to take to calm that brain down. Getting enough vitamin D regulates mood and supports the nervous system.
Anxiety disorder is different than general anxiety, and it’s important to remember that everyone treats their mental illness’ according to their comfort levels and needs.
Personalize your daily supplements
Take care of yourself. You’ve only got one heart and body. Treating your deficiencies with specialized daily supplements is a proactive way to remain on top of your health and better understand your body. Check out Agape’s Doctor Protocols for your personalized supplement bundles, or contact Agape Nutrition for more information.