• To ensure proper nutrition, Dr. David Long recommends talking to a doctor or registered dietician before taking any supplements.
• Consider taking a multivitamin to supplement the fruits and vegetables in your diet.
• Probiotics and zinc can contribute to digestive health and support an active immune system.
• Magnesium helps relax cells, muscles and brain while omega threes may reduce inflammation, promote heart health and aid mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.
• Consult a medical professional if any questions are raised about taking vitamins.
Are you wondering what vitamins you should take daily? Have you ever thought, what does Dr. Long take? Before I go into the vitamins, I take, I’ll add that everyone’s vitamin needs are different. So it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor or a registered dietician before starting to take any supplements. You should also note that good supplements should also be ironed free and dairy-free soy-free and contain no artificial sweeteners.
Here are just a few vitamins or supplements to consider a multivitamin. Even when you eat fruits and vegetables, you may not be getting all the nutrients that you need. That’s where multivitamins come in.
They don’t replace the benefits of fruits and vegetables, but assist a good diet and helping the body get all it needs. A probiotic. Probiotics are supplements of living good bacteria that your body needs to have a healthy digestive system.
A zinc supplement. You might’ve heard that zinc is good for the immune system. It is zinc also helps with digestion and acts as an anti-inflammatory supplement, magnesium nature’s chill pill. This mineral is used to help relax and stabilize cells and the bones, muscles, and brain magnesium helps digestion and many other conditions.
Omega threes, omega three supplements play such an important role in the overall health and wellness. Omega threes help all sorts of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and dementia.
It also helps reduce inflammation, promotes heart health and helps with a long list of autoimmune diseases. If you have any questions or concerns about taking vitamins, call your doctor or your dietician.
I’m Dr. David Long. That was the long story short