Firstly, certain supplements are a good idea for most people. The quality of our food has diminished due to nutrient depleted soils, transportation, storage and cooking methods and even the healthiest eater may be missing out. Evidence suggests that the standard recommended daily allowance of vitamins and minerals is not enough to reach an optimum level of health.
Generally most of the population do not eat enough fibre, with the average intake presently around 7g rather than 22g plus per day. Increasing fibre levels in the diet, with a fibre supplement, will aid better digestion of food allowing you to take all the right vitamins and minerals.
One supplement that makes good sense is a fish or flax oil. Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that the body doesn’t produce itself and unfortunately we are not getting enough, but instead finding Omega 3 easy to consume via the foods we eat. The correct balance of 3 and 6 is vital to help the body function correctly.
For people who are exercising then replenishing protein post workout is important. It aids muscle recovery and promotes lean muscle growth.
Finally, supplements should not be a replacement for a balanced healthy diet – they should work together in a culminate effect towards better health.
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