Another reason for constant fatigue can be found in the missing or unhealthy ingredients in our food. Are you feeling exhausted all time? Maybe because you’re unaware of nutritional deficiency. Again for this topic, little changes can gain great influence. Before I got to know this basic context, I felt tired and without vitality a lot of times, especially in the first two or three months of the year. Only after I adapted three best whole food supplements into my regular diet, things really turned around: Omega 3, Vitamin C and Vitamin D3.
Benefit of Omega 3 fatty acids
Maybe you remember old folks talking about cod liver, this oil with a penetrating fishy taste. They used it, sometimes even forced it upon their children because of health benefits. And they were right, indeed. It has been shown for years now, there’s a connection between a lack of omega 3 and depression. These fatty acids feed your emotional brain. Since many are not used to a regular fish and sea food diet, they have to get it somewhere else. Luckily enough, it can be taken as a supplement in the form of capsules. So you won’t have to overcome this nasty taste.
Vitamin C and Vitamin D3
Especially during the winter times, we suffer from a lack of those two vitamins. Vitamin C influences your overall vitality as well as the strength of your immune system. It can be found in fruits, but since we cannot accumulate it in our body, we’re recommended to use some supplements. But it is much more effective and cheaper too, when you produce your own homemade supplement: liposomal vitamin c.
Most of the vitamin D3 is built by our skin together with sunlight. So it is quite clear, that during the wintertime, when the sun doesn’t shine so much, we don’t get enough. However this vitamin is an essential regulator in our body as well as a powerful substance that prevents cancer and cardiac disease. So I recommend to you to take it regularly during winter time, to the maximum of 20’000 IU (International Units) per day. This is the dose you get usually by sunlight. I’ll come back to that topic in a later post.
I’m interested in what you think and what works with you. So please feel free to leave a comment, thanks!
Take care, Stefan