-Ubiquinol: Anti-Aging/Dr. Oz: Despite the aging process, every cell in the body is in the business of producing energy to keep you vital and healthy. The energy each cell produces is in the form of a molecule called ATP, which is made in the energy powerhouse of the cell known as the mitochondria. Ubiquinol has been shown to promote ATP production in the mitochondrial inner membrane
Posted 1 year ago by shellyc77
-Fish Oil ONLY with 500mg of EACH: EPA & IPA; for mood & winter depression
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Posted 3 years ago by BodyLanguage
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My husband recently went to the doctor for his annual check-up. Included in the usual lab tests, she added a Vitamin D level. When David told me, I gave a first pass snotty response like, "maybe we could just stand outside for an extra 15 minutes." As it turned out, his level was low! She told us to get Vitamin D as D3 and take 2000 units a day....one or two tiny pills or capsules (any grocery store).
Posted 3 years ago by Janet
Anyway, I checked it out on the internet and sure enough, low Vitamin D levels abound...even in sunny San Diego. Reasons: We don't get outside as much as we used to and when we do, we're pretty protected with sunscreen. It's the ultraviolet light (that we avoid) that converts to Vitamin D!
So why have we both started taking D3? It helps the absorption of calcium from the food we eat, it may prevent type 1 and 2 diabetes, improves brain function, and contributes to a healthy heart. Reasons enough. Also my sister Barbara told me I was an idiot if I didn't do something so simple and beneficial. To your health!
I have always taken vitamins and supplements on a pretty regular basis. I now use the Melaleuca products and love them.
Posted 5 years ago by Azure6
I've remembered to take my Vitamins everynight after dinner for nearly three years! I always carry some with me so no matter where or when I'm eating my dinner I can take one after.
Posted 5 years ago by GreenThinking
I seem to be having lots more success taking minerals everyday than my vitamins. Hey, it's a start.
Posted 6 years ago by Janet