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back to school
InViteⓇ Health Podcast, Episode hosted by Amanda Williams, MPH
It’s that time of year again. Kids are back to school, which means all of the little viruses will be flaring up. This is always the time of year where kids start to come down with more frequent colds. Of course, we’re still dealing with COVID, so we have to wonder what we should be doing in preparation for going back into school. It’s not just limited to kids. There are many people who have been working remotely who are now returning to the office environments. Oftentimes, people want to know what they should be doing when it comes to supporting their immune system each and every single day. Today, I want to highlight a couple of different options for you when it comes to the supplements you might need for back to school and back to work.†
The back to school basics
Many parents are concerned about their children’s health as they go back to school. They wonder if they should be taking a multivitamin or Vitamin D? These are really good questions to be asking of yourselves.†
The straight answer is that yes, this is something you should be doing every day regardless. But, in particular, since we know that we will be having more frequent interactions with people, we can look at taking in different nutrients that can really help to support and bolster up our immune system defenses.†
We can look at something like the Multi Energy Powder, which is a complete multivitamin, multimineral formulation that can easily be incorporated into school-age children’s daily routines, as well as for college students and even everyday people who are off to work. This is because this formulation is packed with all of these powerful antioxidants.†
Important nutrients for immunity
Taking a multivitamin, multimineral supplement is just one step in supporting the immune system. We also want to consider laying down good healthy bacteria because it is the microbiome that really helps to enhance the proper absorption of the vitamins and minerals we are taking in from supplementation and food. Something like Probiotic HxⓇ is helpful for this.†
We also need to ensure that our gut cells have rapid turnover. We want to make sure that we’re enhancing this. One way that we can really target this is through the inside of the cell. This is going to be through the genetic material, which some might call the “motherboard.” We’re going to include Nucleotide Complex into our back to school, back to work routine.†
These supplements together pack a powerful punch for the immune system.†
In this episode, Amanda Williams, MPH discusses the important nutrients needed to help protect children as they go back to school, as well as professionals returning to the workplace. She focuses on the relationship between microbiome health and immune function and discusses how these nutrients work together within the body.†
- Recommendations on how to take supplements for different age groups
- How nucleotides work in the body
Thank you for tuning in to the InViteⓇ Health Podcast. You can find all of our episodes for free wherever you listen to podcasts or by visiting www.invitehealth.com/podcast. Make sure you subscribe and leave us a review! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at InViteⓇ Health today. We’ll see you next time on another episode of the InViteⓇ Health Podcast.
When it comes to taking care of your health, it can be hard to know where to start. Tune into this episode to hear Amanda Williams, MPH offer recommendations for the basic nutrients you need to add to your daily routine today.
There’s mounting evidence that taking a high quality multivitamin in the winter can help boost immunity. But not all are created equal.
Invite Health Podcast, Episode hosted by Amanda Williams, MPH.
Foods matter. Nutrients matter. Vitamins matter. Minerals matter. All of these things matter, which is why, as a country, we do so poorly when it comes to looking at different biochemical indicators for our overall health. The CDC does a very comprehensive nutritional report looking at 58 different biochemical indicators in the US population to give scientists an idea as to the overall basic health of the nation.
We already know this from a study that they did out of the University of North Carolina, where they were able to determine that only 12% of Americans are considered to be metabolically healthy. This is certainly an issue, when people don’t take their diet seriously, when people are not taking something as basic and simple as a multivitamin.†
Today, I want to talk about different nutritional deficiencies that are incredibly common throughout the United States. The deficiencies can lead to significant issues in our overall health, including our mental clarity and our energy status. We see that these deficiencies are very common in younger adults in the United States, which is really shameful, because they should be the ones that have the most energy, but because of poor dietary intake and the lack of taking something as simple as a multivitamin, we see a significant shift.†
We know that the percentage of Americans who are deficient in basic, essential vitamins and minerals like Vitamin D, Vitamin C and iron is really quite astonishing. So what can we be doing about that? How can we get Americans onto that health train where we make sure that we are taking in foods that actually have some substance to them? We need to avoid these filler foods, these highly-processed foods, that are just loaded down with bad fats and sugars. We need to be eating whole foods, foods that are actually going to yield us natural sources of these vitamins and minerals. When you look at micronutrient inadequacies within the United States, it is alarming.†
We know that the lack of physical activity and not eating good foods create a direct causal effect to so many of the chronic disease states out there.
For more information about the link between chronic disease and nutrient deficiencies, tune into the full podcast episode.
What can we do to improve nutrient deficiencies?
We have to think about just the basics. We know we need to have vitamins and minerals because they are required for so many different functions in the body, including detoxification and immunity. If we don’t have vitamins and minerals, there’s a simple fix for that. Just incorporate in a multivitamin, multimineral formulation. If you go to our website, you will find a whole slew of different options when it comes to vitamins and minerals. We have our Core multivitamin, which is very, very comprehensive. We have the Men’s Multi and the Women’s Multi. We have the Performance Multi. We have our Multi Energy Powder. There’s a lot of different ways for you to get these essential vitamins and minerals into your system.†
Thank you for tuning in to the Invite Health Podcast. You can find all of our episodes for free wherever you listen to podcasts or by visiting www.invitehealth.com/podcast. Make sure you subscribe and leave us a review! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at Invite Health today. We’ll see you next time on another episode of the Invite Health Podcast.