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The One Supplement Every Adult Should Be Taking
Mainstream medicine likes to tell you that if you eat right, there’s no reason to take any supplements.
What they really mean is if you eat ideally, have no health issues, and haven’t reached an age where your body can’t to absorb all the nutrients from your food… then there’s no reason to take supplements.
Those are two very different things. And it’s pretty clear most people don’t eat ideally… some have health issues… and if you’re middle aged, chances are you’re not getting all the nutrition out of your food.
That’s why there’s ONE supplement every adult should take. In a moment, we’ll tell you what it is. But first, some surprising statistics.
A Health Issue That Effects at Least Half of All Adults
A 2014 report from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) revealed a shocking statistic. 49% of adults in the U.S. don’t get enough calcium. Is it any wonder that weak, brittle bones are rampant?
But that’s not all the news. 51% don’t get enough vitamin A. 61% are short on magnesium. And it gets worse.
More than 9 out of 10 adults don’t get enough vitamin E (94%)… and 95% are short on vitamin D.
You may be thinking, “Why should I take a multi? I feel okay.”
That may be true… for now. Nutrient shortages usually build up slowly. It can take years for you to notice the effects. But when you do, they can be serious.
Here’s what you need to know about these 5 key nutrients. Nutrients you may well be missing.
Calcium: Strong Bones Are Just the Beginning
Some of the roughly 1% of calcium not in your bones has key functions…
- Supports nerve signals throughout your body
- Helps control healthy circulation
- Enables proper hormone secretion
- Promotes healthy blood clotting
- Enables proper muscle contraction
And these are just a few of calcium’s important jobs.
These jobs are so important, if the tiny amounts of calcium not in your bones drop too far, your body “steals” the calcium it needs from your bones.
Over time, if you get too little calcium, the most obvious risk is weak, brittle bones.
You see, your bones constantly rebuild themselves. It’s a constant breaking down of old bone… and replacing it with new bone. But if you don’t get enough calcium, the breaking down can easily outpace the building up.
But if you get enough calcium (plus vitamin D, vitamin K, and certain other nutrients), your body has the resources to rebuild bone as quickly as it breaks down. Or even faster.
You need 1,000 mg and 1,200 mg of calcium daily. It’s fairly abundant in foods – especially dairy foods – but half of adults still don’t get enough.
Vitamin A: Putting Your Genes to Work
One of vitamin A’s most important jobs is to help you see. It’s a key element of rhodopsin – visual purple – a pigment that helps you see in low light. You also need vitamin A for healthy color vision.
You need vitamin A to activate your genes, too. Your genes determine your characteristics, but they also perform many other functions. For example, they carry the instructions for making structural proteins.
That’s a simple explanation of “gene expression.” The first step in gene expression is called transcription. It’s the process of making a copy of a gene’s information. And you need vitamin A to get the job done.
When you don’t get enough vitamin A, your immune system gets weaker. Which means it’s easier for you to get sick. You may also have problems with night vision.
If you’re very short on vitamin A your body may have trouble making hemoglobin, which can lower your blood’s ability to carry oxygen to cells. Severe cases can lead to vision problems and even blindness.
Getting the right amount vitamin A presents a challenge. Vitamin A is fat soluble, so excess vitamin A builds up in your body – and make you sick. So you don’t want to get too much. But you also want to get enough.
Luckily, Nature has a good answer. Your body can convert certain nutrients into vitamin A. The best known of these vitamin A “cousins” is Beta-carotene.
Magnesium: 6 Out of 10 People Don’t Get Enough
Your body contains less than an ounce of magnesium. Yet this critical mineral is involved in more than 300 processes in your body…
- You need magnesium to build strong bones
- Magnesium is a key element of energy production within your cells
- Your body needs magnesium to make DNA, your genetic blueprint
And those are less than 1% of the jobs magnesium has in your body.
About a quarter of your magnesium is in your muscles. You need it to enable muscles to relax. And that includes your heart. Magnesium is crucial to keeping your heart beating steadily and strong.
Literally hundreds of enzymes also require magnesium to properly function.
If you don’t get enough magnesium, your risk of many health problems shoots up. These include heart trouble, blood sugar problems, high blood pressure, and weakened bone structure.
That’s why 61% of adults not getting enough magnesium should be considered a serious public health threat.
So far, we’ve looked at 3 serious issues. Now let’s look a 2 that are absolutely alarming.
Vitamin E: Anti-aging Antioxidant
Vitamin E comes in 8 forms, and each one has specific functions, But the most important form is Alpha-tocopherol (Alpha-T). It’s one of your body’s main antioxidants.
Alpha-T defends against free radical damage (oxidation) of fats. Which is one reason it’s so important.
One of Alpha-T’s jobs is to keep the fats (lipids) in LDL cholesterol from oxidizing.
LDL is the so-called “bad” form of cholesterol. But it’s oxidized LDL that is most dangerous. That’s the form that sticks easily to artery walls and forms blockages.
By preventing oxidation of LDL, Alpha-T can cut your risk of heart trouble.
Alpha-T also defends cells membranes – which contain high levels of fats – from damage. In fact, cholesterol is a key element of cell membranes. So Alpha-T is defending more than just your heart when it protects LDL from oxidation.
Alpha-T is also linked to certain immune functions.
Significant shortages of vitamin E appear to be rare. But 94% of Americans don’t get enough. So there are few people who see short-term effects. But because vitamin E is so important to heart-health, even a slight shortage can be serious.
Finally, a vitamin that’s in shockingly short supply…
Vitamin D: The Only Vitamin That’s Also an Essential Hormone
According to the EWG report, 95% of American adults don’t get enough vitamin D. One reason that’s so shocking is that vitamin D is FREE… for at least part of the year.
You see, our main source of vitamin D is the sun. Your skin automatically makes a form of vitamin D when it’s exposed to strong enough sunlight. Then your kidneys and liver turn this form into the active form of the vitamin.
For about half the year, the sun’s rays are strong enough for people living in most of the U.S. to make all the vitamin D their body needs. If you live south of Atlanta, you can probably get all the D you need year-round. For free.
But the reality is more than 9 out of 10 adults don’t get enough D. Year-round.
Vitamin D is key to absorbing calcium for bone building. Inside your cells, vitamin D is involved in the expression of hundreds of genes. In fact, vitamin D may help regulate the activity of more than 1,200 genes!
Remember that 1% of calcium that’s not in your bones? Vitamin D helps ensure it stays within strict limits to perform its functions properly.
Vitamin D also helps regulate cell division. Your body uses it to keep cells from dividing out of control. Plus, it’s involved in specialization – determining what functions new cells will perform.
This key vitamin has many other functions, including helping regulate blood pressure.
A shortage of vitamin D especially effects bone density. Too little D may be a key reason so many older Americans have weak, brittle bones. It can also lead to weak muscles.
If you need another reason to take a quality multivitamin/mineral supplement, here are 3…
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Why be one of the many who don’t get enough of these key nutrients? Get the peace of mind that comes with the one supplement every adult should take.
Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
“How Much Is Too Much?: Appendix B: Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies in the U.S.” Environmental Working Group. Jun 19, 2014.