Four Facts to Know About Vitamins

Four Facts to Know About Vitamins

Here at NAH!, we strongly believe quality always beats quantity and premium grade products are a must when caring for people’s health and well-being. What goes into our body is probably one of the most important aspects of our lives and we make sure to treat it as such.

Even though vitamin brands are now a dime a dozen, we know there’s still a vast majority of people who hold high standards when it comes to supplements and are constantly looking for better alternatives to what’s out there.

Finally, the wait is over. Because we tirelessly worked day in day out, until we obtained all natural, top notch high-concentration products that meet all essential criteria for them to have a truly life-changing effect on both your body & mind.

We all needed this. So, we just decided to make it happen.

Why? Well, firstly because we care for our families. And we know for sure you do too.

But on a more pragmatic level, we were also driven by 4 main facts, that everyone should absolutely know about. You can see those facts below.

1.- You’re probably not getting enough nutrients from food alone

Due to a hectic lifestyle, most people don’t have the time or the energy to cook and eat three wholesome meals a day. Even if they do, other factors weigh in, and most of us fall short on our daily vitamin needs.

The typical American diet usually consists of pre-cooked meals with low nutritional value, refined grains and loads of added sugars. These are all linked to various types of chronic diseases and long-term they contribute to the degradation of our overall health and quality of life.

But let’s say, you do manage to constantly sustain a healthy, balanced diet. You may still lack important nutrients. And that is a normal consequence of aging. It’s completely natural for the human body to gradually loose its ability to absorb nutrients from food. The important thing is that you don’t simply ignore this, and do something about it.

Do you feel like the reasons above aren’t enough to get you started on the vitamins you need? Don’t worry; there’s more. In addition to aging and irregular eating, we also lost the ability to grow healthy food. Remember when mom used to tell you that vegetables aren’t what they used to be? Well, she was right. Our modern farming methods robed the soil of vitamins and minerals, and as such, whatever grows from it is already nutrient deficient.

Now add to all that, stress, pollution and the long hours of work we’re used to every day and you’ll get a pretty clear picture of just how nutrient depleted our bodies truly are.

2.- Vitamins might save your life. Seriously.

Trying to keep up with the latest studies on health can make your head spin, but one thing is certain: to come up short on basic vitamins & minerals is playing Russian roulette with your well-being.

Essential nutrients such as Vitamin C, Zinc or B12 make up for a smooth-running system. But if you’re lacking anyone of them for long periods of time, then sooner or later, you’re going to be in trouble.

Vitamin C shortage can lead to a condition called scurvy. Symptoms of scurvy include easy bruising, easy bleeding and joint and muscle pains but when left unattended, it can progress and cause serious complications, such as infection. So, keep in mind: Vitamin C is liquid gold for your immune system.

Zinc is also right up there on the “most important nutrients” scale and the lack thereof can cause symptoms ranging from thinning hair, leaky gut, poor neurological function, chronic pain, slow healing and many more, while your immune system will be going down the drain.

B12 plays a leading role in various bodily functions. Thus, when you’re not stocked up on it, you might experience a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, forgetfulness, dizziness, headaches and will be vulnerable to lots of possible fatal illnesses such as Pernicious anemia. And even though the importance of this one vitamin is paramount, this is also one of the most prevalent nutritional deficiencies seen today.

Moreover, the reality is that 1 in 3 Americans has at least one vitamin deficiency.

To conclude, a safe way to live a long healthy life without worrying about weird named illnesses, is to make sure your vitamin levels are within range.

3.- Supplements can make you feel not only healthier, but happier

Another amazing fact to consider when choosing your vitamins.

Studies have shown that nutrients such as calcium, iron, magnesium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D or Zinc can boost your mood and even combat depression. Your brain basically feeds off the same nutrients as your body does, it just uses them in different scopes. The point is, an optimal chemical balance within your brain is necessary for you to thrive and feel happiness as you should.

4.- The more the merrier doesn’t always apply

Although there’s a saying “you can’t have too much of a good thing”; it isn’t really the case with vitamins. With some exceptions of course, there are plenty of vitamins you can actually overdose on; especially if you’re a fan of other dietary supplements such as energy bars, meal-replacement drinks, protein shakes and so on.

Even if, statistically speaking, the chances of you having excess vitamins are pretty slim it’s still worth asking your health care provider or carefully evaluating your diet before taking significant amounts of vitamins/supplements.


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