Many people don’t take their health seriously until a new symptom arises or they are diagnosed with a serious condition, but we should all be doing our best to be as healthy as possible even when we feel good. There are many habits and lifestyle changes you can implement that may help support health and quality of life, as well as potentially reduce the risk of developing certain conditions later in life. In this week’s show we ask if you are in optimal health, and give some tips on what you can do to help you be healthier.
Products Mentioned in Today’s Show
GI Support – This formula contains the amino acid glutamine, the primary fuel for intestinal cell function, to help meet the high energy demands of the GI tract, liver, and immune system during periods of physiological stress and transport ammonia to the kidneys for excretion.† Acacia and inulin add soluble fibers that are readily fermentable into short-chain fatty acids that support growth of beneficial bacteria, assist water absorption, and support colonic cell function.†
Resvera-Max – Resveratrol is a polyphenolic compound with antioxidant activity found in grapes, wine, blueberries, cranberries, and peanuts. While red wine has been popularized as an important source of resveratrol, amounts vary widely. The maximum content of resveratrol in red wine extracts available for use in dietary supplements is 20%. In contrast, root extracts of Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) provide up to 50% trans-resveratrol content, the same form as found in red wine.
Amino Complete – A comprehensive, hypoallergenic source of essential amino acids. Designed to meet the needs of individuals who require additional amino acids for protein support. This formulation of 20 essential and non-essential “L-form” amino acids uses the highest-quality, pharmaceutical grade, crystalline amino acids in their “free” form to ensure maximum bioavailability and tolerance.
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