The Health Benefits of Dietary Supplements

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10.01.2021

The role of a healthy diet is to supply lots of vitamins and minerals to your body. If you want to fight diseases and stay in good shape, you may want to stick to a healthy balanced diet. While eating fresh fruits and veggies is a good idea to meet your nutritional needs, dietary supplements can also help you with this goal. Let’s find out what dietary supplements can do for you.

As said earlier, eating a balanced diet is a good idea to get the required amount of vitamins and minerals, combining your routine diet with some dietary supplements can ensure your body gets what it needs to stay healthy. What dietary supplements should you go for? Well, not all supplements are recommended to eat.

To be on the safe side, you may want to go for dietary supplements that are regulated by an authority, such as the Food and Drug Administration. Supplements that are not regulated by any authority are usually marketed as a simple solution to deal with several disorders or give your body the nutrients it is unable to get from your regular diet.

So, the million-dollar question is how can you get all the benefits of dietary supplements? Well, the safest way is to consult your doctor before you go for any supplement. This will help you avoid any negative side effects of the product. Let’s now find out what dietary supplements can do for you.

Proper Metabolism

After you have eaten a meal, what your body does is breaking down the proteins, carbohydrates and fats while absorbing other nutrients. The absorption of these nutrients depends on several vitamins (Vitamin B) that you have to consume on a daily basis.

What do the B vitamins do for you? The role of B vitamins is to help your body prevent the effects of lack of other vitamins, such as joint pain, ski disorders, anemia and nerve damage, just to name a few, says researchers at the Colorado State University.

Tissue Maintenance and Repair

They also help your body with tissue repair, which is a process that continues as long as you are alive. As a result of your routine activities, your tissues go through a lot of stress. Specialized cells in your body continue the production of proteins that create new tissue that replace the damaged one. Your are prone to diseases when the tissue doesn’t get repaired due to one reason or the other. To strengthen your bone and develop tissue growth, you can go for vitamin D and calcium.

Prevents Disease

Some dietary supplements help you prevent certain types of cancer. Certain vitamins, such as vitamin A, C and E work as antioxidant and neutralize chemicals known as free radicals. These chemicals trigger oxidative damage in the cells putting your at a higher risk of cancer, according to the National Cancer Institute.

So these are some great benefits that you can get by combining supplements with your regular diet. Again, just make sure you consult your doctor before using any supplements.



Source by Syed Faris Hussain

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