Many people wait until they develop a serious health condition to start taking better care of themselves, but prevention is often better and easier than treating a condition that has already developed. Eating a varied diet, avoiding gluten, dairy, and other inflammatory foods, getting exercise and sunshine, staying hydrated and getting enough sleep are great ways to help support your body. In this week’s show we have a special guest who discusses his own health journey, and why it’s better to start your health journey early in life instead of chasing health at the eleventh hour.
Products Mentioned in Today’s Show
Methyl Supreme – Vitamins B2, B6, B12, and folate are provided in active, coenzyme forms for maximal bioavailability and function. The ingredients in Methyl Supreme work together to synergistically support methylation processes and help maintain normal homocysteine metabolism.†
Active Mega Multi II – Comprehensive, hypo-allergenic, multivitamin and mineral blend. As a complete multivitamin, it provides high-quality nutrients to build a healthy micronutrient reserve. USP* B vitamins support energy production and folate (as Quatrefolic™ – 100% 5-MTHF), the biologically active form of folic acid, improves methylation. Albion® TRAACS® chelated mineral complexes enhance bioavailability. Active Mega Multi II also contains the synergistic blend of vitamin K2 (as MK-7) and D3 which are critical for supporting bone strength and cardiovascular health.
Multi-Element Buffered C – Vitamin C is important for immune function and antioxidant protection, as well as collagen and connective tissue production.† Multi-Element Buffered C adds calcium, magnesium, and potassium to ascorbic acid to create a buffered product that is gentle on the stomach. This formulation includes zinc, manganese, and copper in well-utilized forms. Quercetin, a powerful bioflavonoid, and reduced L-glutathione, an antioxidant, are included to potentiate the function of vitamin C.†
You can also listen to Chasing Health at the Eleventh Hour on our YouTube channel here.
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