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The Best Natural Supplements for Your Gut

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The Best Natural Supplements for Your Gut
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The Best Natural Supplements for Your Gut
The Best Natural Supplements for Your Gut (Pixabay)

Health and wellness is all the rage lately, and with so much going on in the world it’s not hard to understand why. Taking care of your body has become top priority, and one of the foundations to this is, of course, ensuring that you’re getting the nutrition you need.

Previously, we talked about the ‘Top 3 Sources of Iron, Calcium, and Its Importance During Pregnancy’, today, we’ll take a bit of a broader view and take a look at a few effective, natural supplements that can boost the health of all ages and genders.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha might not be a common ingredient, but it’s certainly a very powerful one. It has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine, and can help with managing stress, fatigue, and even anxiety. There’s also some evidence that it could help with improving athletic performance, which makes it a pretty good all-rounder supplement.

If you need tips on a good ashwagandha supplement, try Transparent Labs’ KSM-66 Ashwagandha. It’s pure ashwagandha extract — no additives, no extra fillers. The capsules are also made from vegetable and rice flour to prevent pills from sticking to each other, making them a completely vegan-friendly supplement.

Fish Oil

Fish oil is pretty popular as a supplement, and you might have even taken it while growing up. That popularity is there for a reason, however — the oils from fatty fish are especially rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids can also reduce joint inflammation and improve your mood and overall health, which makes them a pretty essential addition to your diet.

There are several fish oil options available on the market, so picking the right one for you is easier said than done. If you’re still on the lookout for options, give Nordic Naturals Ultimate Omega a try. It’s made from wild-caught sardines and anchovies, and while a little pricey is definitely worth the investment in terms of quality and purity.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is more commonly taken in its liquid form. That’s because ACV is pretty versatile on all fronts: it can be used as a household cleaner, as a skincare toner, and of course in food and vinaigrettes. That’s not all it can do, however. Apple cider vinegar has a ton of different health benefits, including lowering your blood sugar levels and improving digestion.

Unfortunately, due to the acidic nature of ACV it’s often a better idea to avoid the liquid form and turn to supplementation instead. The ACV gummies from Brightcore are a good choice because they’re made from organic, non-GMO apples, and contain no artificial binders or fillers. They’re portable and easy to dose, and are great for boosting gut and immune health.

Ginseng

Ginseng plays an important role in many traditional Asian medicines, and one look at its list of benefits is enough to explain why. It’s a powerful antioxidant that can protect against many diseases, for one. It can also improve brain function, boost your immunity, and even help lower blood sugar levels.

A favorite  ginseng supplement is NutraChamps Korean Panax Ginseng, which is geared towards improving energy, performance, and focus. It’s vegan-friendly and is an extra strength recipe that works better at keeping energy levels up than a cup of your strongest coffee.

 

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