I am new to Clarity and wanted to ask a question and always curious what people recommend for a vitamin.
The best vitamin on the market is NOT a vitamin. It is your own self control to make better choices in what you eat daily and how you fuel your engine. You have to take the time to research a bit. You don't just go and buy a car or house without doing a little bit of due diligence now do you? All of the vitamins you require are at your local market/grocery store. You just have to figure out which is which and how to balance them.
After a divorce 9 years ago (with shared custody of 2 young kids) & deciding to quit my job to join the ranks of entrepreneurs - I let myself go quite a bit while playing the 'I'm too busy' card. Only after about 5 years did I discover what worked for me. Surrounding yourself with like minds certainly helps - but the catalyst has to be yourself. I made the commitment to exercise 3x per week and look hard at what crap I was putting in my body. That was a start.
In the past year - I have had major lower back neurosurgery, joined Crossfit with my wife and eat cleaner (and much better tasting food) than ever in my life. I'm 45, lost 30 pounds and can hold my own cardio/ strength/ endurance with most 25 year olds. (And still enjoy some cold pints when I want !)
So - it's YOU that has to make the call. If my lazy ass can go through what I have and feel this great about everything in life - YOU can as well.
Vitamins - only a very small tool that will allow you to drop a grand a year - but maybe no benefit if you don't complete the package.
Managing some 'TOUGH SHIT' in your life/work ? Maybe I can help.....I've seen almost all of it the past few years and have come out pretty unscathed !
That depends on your goals, but although this isn't a vitamin, the best universal advice to give people is to drink plenty of water. :)
They're one of the only vegetables that naturally has vitamin D (which is ironic because they're grown in the dark).
Why do you ask? Are you looking to bring a vitamin product to market?
p.s. 12 Ways to Get Your Daily Vitamin D: http://bit.ly/1dPLwZz
It depends what you're looking for, but Garden of Life and USANA are two of my go-to's.
If you're going to take one supplement, go for Magnesium Citrate. Take 200mg 3x daily (with or without food is ok). Almost every client I have ever seen is deficient in magnesium. Magnesium deficiency can trigger sugar cravings, irritability, trouble sleeping, headaches, tension, muscle cramps and kidney weakness. Also, your body needs magnesium in order to make Vitamin D. For the rest of your vitamins, you can get them from food, but magnesium in particular is difficult for the body to absorb.