Supplements

Supplements: What is more fundamental to our existence than diet and nutrition? Most of us eat at least three times a day. This creates a cumulative effect, as to either our diet help fuel our body or it harms it. Bad nutrition, diet, and obesity can lead to conditions such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and chronic pain. Having knowledge about dietary supplements such as, vitamins along with proper nutritional balance, and effective techniques to shed weight can help those striving to change in their new healthy life. The human body needs macronutrients and micronutrients to properly function. Macronutrients are those you get from the diet, but micronutrients are gained from supplements and created by the body. A dietary supplement is used to provide nutrients in order to increase the quantity of their consumption or to provide non-nutrient chemicals which are claimed to have biological/beneficial effects. Dietary supplements come in all shapes and sizes. There are capsules, drinks, energy bars, powders and traditional tablets. The most popular are calcium, iron, vitamins D and E, herbs like echinacea and garlic and specialty products like glucosamine, probiotics, and fish oils. Health coaches can work with individuals to figure out what supplements would best fit for their life and provide them with the best quality.

How Diet and Nutritional Supplements Bring Chronic Pain Relief

Nutrition is how the body utilizes consumed food. Nutrition plays a role in chronic pain; lifestyle behaviors can influence how food contributes to illness/diseases. A…

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An Advance Look At Magnesium & Insulin Resistance

Introduction The body requires energy to move around and get to places as fast as possible. The primary energy source is the blood glucose in the body,…

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Nutrients, Metabolism, and Disk degeneration

Spinal disease, disk degeneration, and herniated disk are leading causes of pain radiation affecting movement and decreasing the patient’s quality of life. Nevertheless, technology in…

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