October 24, 2016
Be The Best You With Nature Made®
This post was sponsored by Nature Made as a part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
It's so easy to be healthy in the warmer months when gardens are blooming with fresh fruits and vegetable, and the weather is warmer. When it's warm it's fun to get outside and enjoy the day with a long walk, or playing a sport. However, as the weather cools, it's can be harder to stay healthy, which is why I wanted to share some tips on how to keep your body running well with vitamins and minerals (in addition to a balanced diet, of course). Take your health to the next level and be the best you possible with Nature Made, the #1 Pharmacist Recommended brand for many key dietary supplement categories*.
I recently made a trip to Walmart with my son to see what vitamins we could add to our daily routine. We frequently shop at Walmart because they always have low prices, which means that we don't have to wait weeks/months/years for "the perfect sale" before we can buy what we need. As of right now the kids have their flouride (rx), vitamins (otc) and probiotics, but the only thing I take is a multivitamin. I started to wonder if there were other things out there that would help my body function better. I went right to the Vitamin section and noticed a bunch of brands, but the ones I decided to purchase were by Nature Made. Nature Madehas a variety of vitamins, minerals, and supplements (VMS) to help support nutritional gaps with your health goals in mind ranging from Digestive Support, Heart Health & Function, Energy Metabolism, Women’s Health and much more!†
I mentioned before that my older son take probiotics. I feel like this has become a big thing as of late. You hear about them everywhere, but what are probiotics? According to the Nature Made® website, Probiotics are “good” bacteria that naturally exist in cultured or fermented foods (like yogurt and certain cheeses) that offer benefits for your digestive system. They crowd out unwanted organisms and allow more of the "good" bacteria to be present in your gut. Nature Made Probiotics: Nature Made® Advanced Dual Action Probiotic has been clinically studied and provides dual support to both your small and large intestine for comprehensive coverage to help support digestive balance and healthy gut flora.† ®
I decided to buy some Vitamin C, D, and fish oil on my trip to Walmart. The label says Vitamin C helps neutralize free radicals in the body. Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, and as a woman, I need this! Finally, Fish oil is good for a healthier heart. Nature Made® vitamins and supplements: An easy, convenient way to help your body get the nutritional support it needs every day, whether it be to support bone health, immune health or energy metabolism (helping convert food into energy).†
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