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Our bodies require essential vitamins and minerals to function properly, and sometimes our diets do not provide us with all the necessary nutrients required to be in optimal health. That's where supplements come in.

Check out our best supplements to help you feel better!

Vitamins & Minerals

Being deficient in certain micronutrients can increase susceptibility to infections. Vitamins A, E, D, and zinc are particularly important for immune health. Immune system supplements are a great way to help you stay well! Multivitamins are also available to give you the full spectrum of essential micronutrients for your health in one convenient supplement.

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Greens Powders

Greens supplement powders are becoming increasingly popular among health-conscious individuals looking to improve their nutrient intake and overall well being. These powders are typically made from a blend of nutrient-dense green plants, such as spinach, kale, broccoli, wheatgrass, and spirulina, and are designed to be added to smoothies or other drinks for a quick and convenient dose of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

Greens powders assist with increasing nutrition intake, improving digestion, enhancing energy and vitality, and reducing inflammation.

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Collagen is a protein found in the human body which provides the structure of your connective tissue. Collagen can be found in your skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. You can find collagen in foods that contain gelatin, or the skin of animals such as chicken, fish, or pork. Collagen protein powder is made from hydrolyzing these animal tissues.

Supplementing with just 10g of collagen daily may be enough to slow down signs of aging by improving the elasticity of skin; smoothing, firming, and hydrating from the inside out. It also may improve hair quality and appearance.

Collagen has also been shown to keep bones strong and aid in decreasing joining inflammation. Some studies have shown a reduction in joint pain as a result of collagen supplementation.

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Magnesium contributes to better sleep, healthier organs, stronger muscles and a functioning nervous system. If you suffer from a lack of magnesium, you may start to feel mild cramps in your legs or feet, for example. During exercise and especially hard exercise, it is common that an extra supplement of magnesium may be necessary, because you sweat a lot and salts disappear from the body.

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals you need, so make sure you always have it as a dietary supplement at home.

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