Get More Bang For Your Buck With These Three Supplements

If you are a regular in the local health food store, searching the aisles for your favourite supplements, you are not alone. In fact, approximately 40% of North Americans use some form of vitamin/mineral or herbal supplement. This is not surprising considering the rise in the number of baby boomers, the use of natural, legal aids by athletes and increased science backing up their efficacy.

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A 2012 survey of 10,000 supplement users, performed by consumer labs, reported that the 5 most popular supplements in use, at that time, were a fish oil, multivitamins, vitamin D, calcium and Co Q10. This is excellent to hear, since all of these supplements have been thoroughly researched and are known to exhibit a number of benefits, which means that people are shopping smart! Quality aside, this is an important step in improving health and preventing disease Exipure.

Then there are those who want to take their supplementation to the next level. They love buying and using supplements and want to reap the benefits, but because of the price tag some of these supplements can carry, they don’t want to break the bank. This article is for those individuals. I will go through a list of 3 supplements I believe to have excellent bang for their buck, outside of the most popular supplements I already mentioned, based on two markers of comparison: Price point and its ability to perform a number of functions in the body, decreasing your need for specific supplements that would address only one issue. Keep in mind that these are not the only supplements that fit this category, but in my experience, they fit the needs of most individuals who are trying to improve their overall health.

Most commonly known for its ability to get the bowels moving, this relatively inexpensive supplement can work wonders when it comes to improving our health on the inside and out.It is one of the first recommendations that should be made for anyone who is trying to lose weight and has to specifically target blood sugar and food intake while doing so. Taking small doses with every meal will aid in the lowering of visceral and belly fat without changes to the diet, during primary phases of weight loss. Also remember that if you are using a high protein diet to manage your weight (which most people should be), more fibre is necessary for proper digestion.