Daily Supplements for Optimum Wellness

Stress can effect your attitude -- adding a daily supplement can help

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Posted on February 27, 2019 By Dr Elvis Ali, Naturopathic Doctor
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  • Maintains good health
  • Formulated to meet the physiological needs for every stage of life and gender
  • Contains high potency vitamins, minerals, trace minerals plus antioxidants
  • Vitamins A, C, E and selenium – reduce oxidative stress
  • B – Complex  – metabolizes protein fats carbohydrates (energy production), tissue repair.

Vitamin C – 500 mg to 2,000 mg:

  • Development and maintenance of bones, teeth, gums, immune system, heal wounds
  • Water soluble, powerful antioxidant, scavenge and stabilizes free radicals to help lower oxidative stress in the body
  • Free radicals (pollution, smoke, chemicals).

Vitamin D – 1000 I.U.:

  • Inadequate amount of Vitamin D, coupled with insufficient sunlight exposure can result in Vitamin D deficiency
  • Regulates calcium and phosphorus – Promotes mineralization of bone
  • Essential in the development of strong bones
  • Studies – the reduction of cancer, i.e. breast, lung, colon, lymph, leukaemia.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids:

  • Not produced by the body
  • Unique EPA (eicosapentaenoic) and DHA (docosahexaenoic) – EFAs
  • EPA – Reduces plugged arteries and helps reduce blood pressure
  • DHA – Essential for the proper functioning of the brain, eyes, nervous system and cognitive function.  Helps with concentration, memory and learning skills.


  • Good bacteria – promotes intestinal health.  Improve digestion of proteins, carbs and fats
  • Enhance immune function
  • Rebuilds the microflora in the intestines destroyed by the use of drugs, chemicals, coffee, alcohol
  • Relieves gastrointestinal disturbances.

Remember that supplements are not for everyone. Be sure to speak to your doctor or healthcare professional before choosing a daily supplement.

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