Supplements for students
Supplement required for students
For most students skipping breakfast and eating on the run is the normal routine. Diets usually consist of mostly starches and carbohydrates. This plus stress can have an adverse effect on your life.
To help rebalance take one of the following with breakfast and dinner:
Stress B complex
Plus choline 100m 3times a day. Improve your work performance by increasing intake of choline-rich food
Prawns, eggs, chicken, turkey, scallops, tuna, cod, salmon, beef and collard greens (cabbage, broccoli, kale, etc.)
You cannot stop eating, take vitamins and minerals, yet still remain healthy. But, despite a healthy diet, there may still be a need to supplement it with vitamins and minerals. Think of vitamins as the spark plugs of a car
RDA = the recommended daily amount and is not formulated to cover the needs of those who are ill. They are not therapeutic and are meant strictly for the health individual – nor do they take into account nutrient losses that occur during processing and preparation. RDA is an estimation of nutritional needs necessary. Therefore RDA is not an average requirement but recommendations intended to meet the needs of those healthy people
An example of side effects is that taking too much magnesium results in loose stools. Increase your dose slowly to maximise the benefits before experiencing this.
Some supplements may have contra-indications with your medication, so check with your pharmacist
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