Multivitamin For Men
If you are like most people, you are probably deficient in one or more vitamins or minerals. Vitamin Code provides all the essential ones. It is produced below 46C, which retains the nutrient’s natural cofactors, along with live probiotics and enzymes. Delivered in capsules without any binders or fillers.
Omega 3 Fish Oil
Your body needs Omega-3 fatty acids to operate smoothly, but it can’t produce them. Therefore, you need to get these from foods. Fish oil is very rich in these fatty acids and can therefore help you get enough. This fish oil is sourced from only wild Alaska pollock, and it is also IFOS 5 Star Certified.
You can get some vitamin D3 from foods and from sunshine. But it can be difficult or impractical to get enough. Therefore, a vitamin D3 supplement can top you up so that you have enough. Vitamin D is a building block of testosterone, and is therefore essential for your testosterone production.
Whether you are vegan or carnivore, you are likely to be vitamin B12 deficient. Vitamin B12 is essential for energy metabolism, formation of red blood cells, normal function of the nervous system, and more. If you are deficient, the most practical way to get enough is through a supplement.
Ginseng is one of the oldest and most well known herbal remedies. It is claimed to be an adaptogen, which means it works to restore those of your systems (hormonal for instance) that are out of balance, without causing any material side-effects. Also claimed to help overcome erectile dysfunction.
Valerian root is one of the most known and used herbal remedies for sleep. It has been analyzed in more than 15 in-depth scientific studies, with proven benefits to sleep. Valerian root has demonstrated both an ability to induce sleep faster, and also to improve the quality of sleep. I take it when I need help to fall asleep.
Probably at least 10% of people worldwide are iodine deficient. Seafood is a good source. Many vegetables also contain iodine, but often the soil is iodine depleted. You need iodine for your thyroid hormones, which again are essential for metabolism, brain development and cognitive functions, good heart health and cell repair.