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what supplements should you take?

recently we did a Facebook Live and talked about initial supplementation recommendations. in this episode:

  • real food has to be a priority.
  • nutritional sufficiency from supplements takes consistency and time.
  • best supplements for healing and recovery.
  • best brands.
  • dosages.
  • and more.

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healing and recovery (including anti-inflammation).

  • virgin cod liver oil.  a powerhouse and a superfood!  with high levels of EPA & DHA which are great for anti-inflammation, and balanced levels of the very important fat-soluble nutrients including vitamins A & D.
  • powdered collagen.  we recommend everyone take a minimum of 2 tbsp per day, up to as much as you can get in!  for joints, tissue, skin, hair nails – everything!  taking collagen daily mimics eating an animal from nose to tail.  we recommend this brand as the most cost-effective.  take 2 scoops with your evening meal (may help with sleep) or whenever is most convenient for you.
  • magnesium.  everyone would benefit from at least 300mg of quality magnesium.  check out this post we did on magnesium.  we sell a couple of great options in our office – Mg-Zyme and Acti-Mag Plus (designed for sleep).  you can pick it up directly from us or we can drop-ship it to you.  take 300mg+ of Mg with your evening meal.
  • vitamin K2.  CRUCIAL.  a synergistic activator that orchestrates other nutrients.  this is the nutrient Dr. Weston A. Price discovered that was so crucial in ancestral health and so absent in Americans.  we recommend a product with both MK4 and MK7 versions such as this one.  take 2 capsules with your evening meal.
  • vitamin C. supportive of building tissue alongside collagen and the other fat-soluble nutrients mentioned here.  also very immune boosting. we recommend the product we sell out of our office Bio-C Plus.
  • vitamin D3.  we believe everyone would benefit from 2,500 iu’s of a quality vitamin D3 supplement such as this one.  take with any meal.
Paul C. Tijerina

Paul C. Tijerina | BS MFT CPT NLP | Nutritional Therapist & ATAVIST Life Coach

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