Dan’s Supplement Guide
Let’s face it – we’re living in a modern society with a body ideally suited for an environment that has long since passed.
This means we may need some additional support along the way…
Nutritional deficiencies are common as are immune system deficiencies. The best way to combat these is to move back into an isolated cabin in the woods, far from traffic, airplane exhaust, plastic bottles, and other environmental toxins. But you’re not ready to do that are you?
Well then, your perfectly designed body may need a bit of help. But be careful. If you are adding supplemental products to your diet, you are dealing with an unregulated industry.
This article is a bit old but still very relevant. It summarizes a study that found some supplements don’t have any of the active ingredient actually in the pills. For this reason, and many others, I spend months vetting my recommended support products.
Now, I don’t necessarily know you, or know what you’re eating, what nutritional deficiency you may have, or your genetic predisposition to having a nutrient deficiency. This is why I always suggest talking with a qualified functional medicine practitioner before taking any additional support products.
But if you don’t feel that it’s necessary, and you’re ready to get a little extra support in your efforts to live past 100, then read on.
One of the best ways to support your body is to help fill in the micronutrient gaps that may be created from eating a modern diet.
Even if you’re eating single-ingredient foods and leaving out processed foods and sugars, you may still have some micronutrient deficiencies.
You have nearly 4 pounds of bacteria living in your gut! These little creatures control the vast majority of your immune response AND control an immense portion of your serotonin release.
A HAPPY, HEALTHY GUT = A HAPPY, HEALTHY HUMAN!
Every one of your cells, all 300,000,000,000 of them, produce an antioxidant called glutathione.
Imagine how important this must be if every single cell in your body is responsible for making it. It’s so important that it’s called the Master Antioxidant.
Omega-3 fatty acids are incredibly important in supporting your cardiovascular system.
Findings show omega-3 fatty acids may help to lower blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, slow the development of plaque in the arteries, and reduce the likelihood of heart attack and stroke.
Cellular health is the foundation of overall health, which is why the best labs and research institutions around the world are focused on it.
Cells need the coenzyme NAD+ to function. But NAD+ declines as we age.
If I could only use one supplement, here’s what I would use…
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