Nutritional Supplements Help Replace What You're Missing

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

I try to eat healthy and exercise regularly, but when I'm not feeling well, I try to use natural products instead of medicines that may cause more harm than good. Just because something is natural doesn't mean it can't hurt you, so always follow the directions when using any natural remedies. If you're looking for a natural antibacterial or anitviral product, try using Oregano Oil. It also hinders the growth of microbes which can help reduce the risk of food poisoning when taken with foods such as meat, eggs, milk, or salad. The chemical components in oregano reduce infection the same way antibiotics do, so if you have an infection that isn't responding to traditional treatment, you might be pleasantly surprised by the results of this natural remedy.

I've been reading a lot about vitamin D these days, and if you're not getting enough sunlight, you may be vitamin D deficient. Everyone is covering up to avoid too much sun exposure, but our bodies need to absorb some sunlight in order to produce certain vitamins. If you're unable to get out in the sun or you need more vitamin D, there's a supplement called Bio D-Mulsion that can help you get the vitamin D that you're missing. There's a lot to understand when it comes to vitamins, minerals, and supplements, so take the time to learn what your body needs and make sure that you're using supplements that will help replace what you're not getting from nature.

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