One aspect of health and fitness that I haven’t covered in a while is supplements, and I’ve been really interested in learning more about them lately. For this episode of the Fit is Freedom Podcast, I thought we’d do a little “show and tell,” so to speak.
So…I thought I might show you all what I’ve been using lately to help keep me as fit and healthy as possible!
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- Blue Zones Part 2: My unexpected results from the Blue Zones Life Expectancy Quiz! – Episode 221
- Interview with Fitness Nutrition Expert Philip Pape – Episode 220
- Blue Zones Part 1: You Can Create a Blue Zone Lifestyle TODAY! – Episode 219
- Interview with Dr. Peggy Malone: Say YES to Better Health Habits! – Episode 218
- Sugar Freedom – How to Win the Sugar Battle – Episode 217
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Top Supplements for Aging
While I am in no way, shape, or form a doctor, I do consider myself to be an excellent student when it comes to all things health and fitness. One thing I’ve been particularly interested in lately is supplements and how they can support our bodies as we age.
There are so many different supplements on the market these days, but I wanted to share with you some of my personal favorites that I am currently utilizing in my everyday life, in case you’d like to learn more.
As we age, protein becomes more and more important. Not only does our body need more, but it actually craves it less, so I’m always on the lookout for sneaky ways to get more in. Of course, protein powders are a quick and easy way to do so! Here are my two current favorites…
As the name suggests, Naked Goat is a protein powder developed from the whey of goat milk. From what I’ve learned, it is the easiest for us to digest, and I really enjoy the taste!
Another more popular option for protein powder is Vega. The brand is very popular and has a variety of flavors, all derived from organic pea protein and other ingredients.
2. Amino Co
Recently, we had Dr. Robert Wolfe on an episode of the Fit is Freedom Podcast where he outlined some of the incredibly brilliant science behind Amino Co and how it can be a game changer for people of all ages. I highly recommend checking out his podcast to learn how Amino Co can really help build muscle and prevent muscle loss.
3. Athletic Greens
Chances are, you’ve heard of Athletic Greens. It’s one of the most popular green drinks on the market. It’s filled with so many different vitamins and minerals, and I am, personally, a big fan of the ingredient list. Its high quality ingredients really seem to cover a lot of the nutritional bases that we need, and I love starting my day getting what I need.
4. Algae Cal
The truth is…I’ve got bone loss. Like many Americans, it doesn’t matter how much I lift or that I’ve been healthy my entire life, it’s just something that has progressed for me over time. What I found incredibly interesting about Algae Cal is their guarantee that if you take their supplement for 6 months, you will have a favorable bone scan or you’ll get your money back.
The last on my list of current supplements is Novos. The company’s whole focus is on how to stay younger for longer, and it does this in a couple of different ways. For starters, you can take their quiz and receive a score, noting your health. After that, you can explore their tips on how to improve your score, explore their longevity diet, and try out their supplements.
As opposed to the others on this list, Novos is a data-driven experience to help you stay healthy longer.
While this list doesn’t encompass everything, and I know that everyone is different, I just thought I would share what I’ve been into lately! If you see something that sounds interesting to you, I highly recommend exploring it for yourself and even talking with your doctor before giving it a try!
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