mineral supplements Archives - Hey Mr. Vitamin

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

If you struggle to get some much needed sleep you have come to the right place. Magnesium helps many people slip more easily into slumber. However, magnesium has multiple benefits for health. In fact it plays an essential role in hundreds of chemical reactions in your body.

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

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You probably don’t realize that most multivitamin found in stores and online contain synthetic vitamins made from chemicals. Not just the off brand ones but even the name brand are full of synthetic vitamins. Multivitamins made from whole foods provide a more natural way to get your daily nutritional intake.

SYNTHETIC VITAMINS

Many multivitamin supplements contain synthetic vitamins.  What makes a Synthetic vitamins? They are synthetic chemical isolates made in a lab: they are created by humans to try and mimic the vitamin benefits that their natural equivalents – found in food – offer. However, synthetic vitamins can only provide isolated or fractionated pieces of the whole vitamin. Why? Because synthetic vitamins don’t contain the full benefit that nature intended.

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Taking a whole food all natural multivitamin and mineral supplement daily can help protect against many degenerative disorders such as heart disease and osteoporosis. It can also help with reducing the run-of-the-mill illnesses like infections, Flu and the common cold.

Monday, November 20th, 2017

A lifetime of unhealthy eating habits and little to no exercise can have a negative impact on your life. Either through seeing a doctor or reading sometime on social media or the news makes you start to think about making changes in your life.

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Every kitchen is stocked with herbs and spices. Most likely they are in a cupboard above your stove haphazardly organized and often used to create your family’s meals. What you may not know is there are many health benefits of herbs and spices. So every time you add a little loving flavor to your cooking your actually boosting your family’s health.

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

It would be overly dramatic to say that the carrots you eat today has very little nutrition in it—especially with the fast food epidemic—however it is true that the fruits and vegetables that were grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the what we buy today. The reason this is happening to our product is soil depletion: Modern agricultural methods have stripped increasing amounts of nutrients from the soil in which the food we eat grows. Each generation of fast-growing, pest-resistant produce is truly less nutritious for you than the one before.

Monday, November 6th, 2017

h2>What is Depression?

Depression is one of the most common types of mood disorders that affects every race, age and gender without bias. In fact it affects about 340 million people worldwide. However, around half of all cases of depression go un-diagnosed and untreated, yet depression is the most treatable form of mental illness.  Depression is more common in women, affecting 25 percent of women compared to about 10 percent of men. Additionally, depression also affects around 1 out of every 20 teenagers.

Thursday, October 26th, 2017

The standard week can be very hectic. Work, family, household chores and social obligations (not to mention making time to exercise, eat well and spend time with our significant) many of us seem to have a energy sucking effect on us. With our busy lives the common cold or flu can cause havoc to break lose in any household. Ironically, the best way to preserve our health and maintain our busy lifestyles is to give ourselves the time we need to slow down, treat our bodies right, and get the proper nutrition and rest we need. By eating a plenty of antioxidant-rich foods, boosting our resistance with herbs, and getting adequate sleep and relaxation, we can remain healthy, even through any season.

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Like all seasons summer comes to an end and with it comes the chill morning run and the need to change a few of your habits. While some athletes embrace winter’s chill as a welcome change from the summer heat. Others have questions about how the weather change will affect their health and workouts.

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Halloween is coming up fast and we all know what that means…parties and costumes with all the food and drinks to boot. Then comes Thanksgiving and Christmas, followed by the New Year. Which means more parties and more food, family and friends. It’s kinda crazy that we have these holidays that come right before the New Years which is when a lot of people resolve themselves to losing weight and getting healthier.