SORT BY Relevancy
We will be continuing our discussion of supplements - going over ones that are over used and/or possibly dangerous when misused.
Additionally we will also discuss supplements and herbs that are under used. Also supplements that people may have been told are dangerous when in fact they are not.
List of supplements on our list to discuss include:
iodine // kelp
Echinacea ( traditional use versus current way it is marketed)
Alternatives (red clover, calendual, cleavers, burdock)
Dried Red Pepper
The compound capsaicin puts the heat in chilies. It may lower the risk of skin and colon cancers; studies show it also helps people eat fewer calories. Try hot pepper on pizza or in pasta.
Nutmeg contains antibacterial compounds that may help fight listeria, E. coli, and salmonella, according to research. Try nutmeg in soups or chicken dishes or on sweet potatoes.
Turmeric contains an active component called curcumin, which may stop cancer from spreading and help prevent type 2 diabetes. Try turmeric in soups, stews, or curry dishes.
Natural, Clean Nutrition for Performance
We provide natural supplements for athletes because we ourselves are athletes. We understand the healthy choices needed to be made by athletes, runners, and body builders. Our nutritional supplements are packed with essential vitamins and nutrients, providing you with clean fuel for your athletic performance. Unlike other dietary supplements, APS keeps athletic performance in mind (and is the first and only all natural supplements for athletes).
Our natural vitamins (Daily Multivitamin, Immune+, and Omega 3 Fish Oil) are loaded with the nutrients your body needs. Fish oil supplements are known for their Omega 3 nutritional value and fatty acids. For optimal health, taking a multivitamin will help your diet remain well-balanced. Vitamin D deficiency, Vitamin E deficiency, and more can be avoided with multivitamin nutrition supplements.
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