Support Your Active Body

July 11, 2013

Exercise GirlYoga, rest, water, these are the basics of supporting an athletic body. But you can also tailor your nutritional intake to support your burning muscles, pumping heart, and sweating skin.

Are you active to keep your weight down? Start each morning with one Slim NRG. It’s a natural, non-stimulant supplement designed to aid weight loss by boosting metabolism with nutrients. All Welltrients products work by helping you work properly, rather than taking a shortcut that ultimately harms you (like many illegal weight loss pills).

Or maybe you’re trying to bulk up and build strong muscles? Even if you’re not, anyone living an active lifestyle needs to make sure they’re getting enough protein in their diet. There’s Welltrient Whey and Vegan Protein Complete, both of which can be mixed into a juice glass or shake. I’ve tried Vegan Protein Complete, and I will vouch for it’s yumminess. I prefer it in a half glass of cherry juice.

Whether you swim, bike, or jog, you’ll want to make sure you’re supporting your heart health. For that, there’s Mito Cardia. It actually goes above and beyond and supports all cell health, using antioxidants to fight free radicals. If you only take one supplement on this list to support your active lifestyle, this is it!

And don’t forget your skeleton! Especially if you’re into high-impact sports, make sure you’re taking a Cal Mag Complete with breakfast and before bed. It contains calcium that your body will easily absorb, unlike many grocery store calcium brands, which have very little calcium your body can use.

When you’re done working out, you’re likely to have aches and pains. (Ideally, exercise intensely only every other day—the day of rest, according to research, will help prevent your muscles from working too hard and hurting/breaking down). While you can support your body with yoga, a trip to the hot tub, or a massage, you can also take a Body RLF (or three) to help support your muscles nutritionally in order to feel better. Take it after you work out or before bed.

But if you have specific aches and pains? Tennis elbow, or a sore knee? Then take steps to specifically support joint health. Joint RLF will quickly help your body to feel better (I gave some to my nurse grandma for her bad knees, she said it worked great not even knowing what a high quality supplement I’d given her!).

One unfortunate side-effect of being a gym rat is the risk of a fungal infection. Jock itch, athlete’s foot, or a random case of thrush can make life uncomfortable. You have two great options to naturally fight it (rather than taking antifungals, which can have horrible side-effects!): colloidal silver and Candid Ass’t. Spray the colloidal silver and take it orally (just spray the silver after each post gym shower as prevention—you’ll get the added bonus of less acne, which a long, sweaty workout can certainly cause!). Candid Ass’t is a probiotic supplement specifically targeted at fighting yeast infections by supporting your body’s own probiotic colonies. It will also have other great benefits, like supporting the health of your GI Tract (for easier bowel movements).

What keeps you active?

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