(WellnessPursuits.com) – We’re in the midst of winter, with all the stresses and challenges cold weather brings. It’s naturally tempting to find comfort in warm, filling food. So, how are we going to avoid some of the added weight we will so happily put on with all those fabulous, tummy warming meals?
I normally take various food supplements to make sure I have a good nutritional balance, but I know food supplements can do more than that. They can also boost energy, rev up metabolism, balance hormones, and burn calories more efficiently.
To get avoid adding more weight and getting rid of some of the weight I’ve already added, I’m going to now be including 4 often overlooked nutrients to my current broad nutritional program. I believe these 4 will make a huge difference to my current weight maintenance/weight loss regime.
1. Probiotics for digestion and weight loss through better elimination. Look for a Probiotic that has at least 20 billion live organisms, can survive in stomach acid, has multiple strains of bacteria, and either requires refrigeration after opening or is especially formulated to maintain live cultures without refrigeration.
2. Vitamin D for immune strength, and muscle support. Choose a D3 Vitamin D for the one that has the best bio-availability.
3. Magnesium to reduce fluid retention, support sound sleep and regulating blood sugar levels. The best form of Magnesium to take are citrate, taurate, malate, or glycinate. Avoid Magnesium oxide, chloride, glutamate and aspartate.
4. Chromium is especially important because it reduces cravings, (that pesky sweet tooth), mood swings, and weight gain linked to fluctuating blood sugar levels. When you shop for Chromium look for one that says Chromium Picolinate for the best absorption.
So let’s get our blood pumping and reclaim our body from being cooped up, eating out of the ordinary food choices and (thanks to Covid), experiencing drastic changes to our busy lives. These 4 supplements are going to help us get there.
*Please note: To avoid any possible drug interactions, if you’re taking any prescribed medications, please check with your healthcare provider before adding these or any other supplements to your diet.
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