A new review of nutritional research shows that getting your vitamins and minerals can help promote longevity. It’s estimated over 70% of Americans are deficient in at least one vitamin or mineral. While few today are deficient enough for immediate health consequences, being shorted on your vitamins and minerals can add up, and may be why research shows getting more may help extend your life. Start getting all the vitamins and minerals you need for optimum health with Welltrient Trio.
The theory goes that vitamins and minerals support the body’s metabolism, helping to keep cells healthier as you age. Nutrients you already know are important—Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids—are the ones people are often short on, and the ones needed to form enzymes critical for cellular maintenance.
When you’re just a little bit deficient, the body uses what nutrients it has on critical tasks. That’s why you may not notice that you’re short—your immediate needs are being met, but your long term ones are being put off or shorted. Basically, your body kicks the can down the road, and as we age it catches up with us—we may be less healthy, or we just may not live as long.
Taking a daily multivitamin (or a self-complementary set like Welltrient Trio) helps prevent deficiency. Not only does this help your body with long-term health by preventing minor deficiency, when you get more nutrients like Vitamin D you may notice little improvements right away like more energy, better looking skin, and less frequent illnesses.
Start getting more nutrients with Welltrient Trio, three different multivitamins that work together to build a strong nutritional safety net.
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