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الثلاثاء، 6 أكتوبر، 2015

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Top 8 Vitamin Supplements For Men
As men, we’re not always the best at taking care of ourselves. Sure, maybe you go to the gym a couple times a week, and occasionally your eat a salad our two throughout the week, but when it comes right down to it, this isn’t enough to support a balanced and healthy lifestyle, and sometimes you need a little help. In this article, we’ll take a look at the best supplements men can take to help you along with a more balanced lifestyle.
8) Vitamin C
Vitamin C –
Probably one of the most beneficial supplements a man can take to improve his overall immune system. The benefits of vitamin C are vast, including protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling. And although it may not be the cure for the common cold as many of us were led to believe in the past, it does assist the immune system to fight off infection.

7) Garlic

garlic –
If you want to improve your overall heart health, look no further. The benefits of taking garlic supplements include helping prevent high blood pressure, high cholesterol, coronary heart disease, heart attack, and “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis). Believe the hype, garlic (and garlic supplements) is a true super food.

6) Zinc

Zinc –
If you’re looking to increase your overall physical vitality, adding Zinc to your daily supplement routine is going to be absolutely essential. The benefits of zinc include improving your overall athletic strength and performance, and also helps prevent such health issues as Diabetes and heart disease. But its biggest benefit is that it’s a natural testosterone booster and vital to your overall reproductive health.

5) Fish Oil

fish oil
Fish Oil –
Yet another super food. Fish oil is heavy with Omega-3, which is a fatty acid found in most cold water ocean fish and promotes heart health, helps protect against certain kinds of cancer, relieve joint and muscle pain, and has been shown to help prevent degenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseas


Probiotics –
Probiotics –
Probiotics are a naturally occurring microorganism that is most commonly known to be present in yogurt. But in its pure form, probiotics help combat gastrointestinal issues as well as diabetes. Probiotics are also extremely good for your skin and teeth, and help naturally balance depression and anxiety disorders.

3) Protein Powder

Protein Powder
Protein Powder –
There are many different types of protein powder shakes including milk, whey, casein, egg, soy, and rice, and all of them serve more or less a single purpose: to help produce muscle mass and replace nutrients lost during a workout. However, there are upsides and downsides to each protein powder product, so they are best utilized if you are leading an active and healthy lifestyle. If you are fairly sedentary in your habits, all protein powders will do is add pounds, so user beware.

2)Vitamin D

Vitamin D
Vitamin D –
If you had to pick one vitamin supplement and pick one alone, Vitamin D is perhaps the single most beneficial supplement on this entire list. First off, Vitamin D is a vitamin that naturally occurs when the human body is exposed to sunlight, and, yes, during the spring and summer months we are constantly outdoors enjoying the weather, but during the fall and winter months we have far less exposure to it, so this is where Vitamin D supplements step in. Vitamin D maintains adequate calcium and phosphate concentrations to enable normal mineralization of the bones and prevents osteoporosis. It’s also been proven to help combat infections, inflammations, stress and strengthens the immune system.

1)    Multivitamin

Multivitamin –
So, if you don’t have time or the inclination to shove all of these supplements down your throat, you can always turn to the common multivitamin. When you’re starting a new exercise and nutrition routine, the multivitamin is often overlooked. But if you’re not interested in popping a fistful of pills every morning or after every workout, the multivitamin is the way to go. In fact, even if you’re not starting a new workout routine and you’re just concerned that you’re not receiving enough of what your body needs, once again, the multivitamin is your best choice. But the one thing to remember is when it comes to vitamin supplements: you want your research, and you’re going to want to couple them with a healthy diet. 
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