How to Choose the Right Endo-met Supplements for Optimum Health

How to Choose the Right Endo-met Supplements for Optimum Health

Posted by Eileen Durfee on 24th Mar 2022

HWoman Taking VitaminsMost Americans don't get their recommended daily amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and more, as a result of eating more processed foods than whole foods. In a utopia, we'd get all our nutrients from food.

Unfortunately, due to depleted soils, fertilization, and farming practices, real foods are less nutritious overall. This is also caused by the shipping delay between picking and eating. If you grew all your own food organically, you'd probably be covered, but who has the time for that with the busy lives we lead?

Taking quality supplements will help promote optimal wellness. And, they're easy to fit into your schedule. But with an overwhelming amount of choices at the store and online, how do you know which ones are perfect for you?

Confused about which supplements are right for optimum health? Learn all about how to pick the correct Endo-met supplements with this guide.

Which Vitamins and Minerals Should I Take?

There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question because each individual has different lifestyles, health, stress, and diet. Even your environment is a factor. The National Institutes of Health give us recommended daily doses based on age, etc., but they don't take into account the many variables that define an individual's needs.

What Are Your Nutritional Needs?

Rumors about vitamin supplements can be misleading. Maybe you've heard that vitamin E, for example, is great for skin, but that doesn't mean it's right for you. In order to find out more about your specific nutritional needs, take a look at the following factors:

What's Your Age?

Age will tell you how your body uses nutrients, and the intricate processes involved will shift. As we age, our hormone levels change and so does our lifestyle. These factors can affect the body's needs for specific vitamins and minerals.

What's Your Diet Like?

Healthy Human Diet

Think about what you eat on a day-to-day basis. Even if you know you're eating the full daily values of nutrients, you might be combining them with foods that inhibit that absorption. For example, if you drink tea, you might have to supplement with iron.

You might need magnesium supplements if you're deficient in vitamin D. Your body has a harder time absorbing magnesium if you don't have enough vitamin D to synthesize it.

How's Your Health?

Certain medical conditions, as well as digestive health, can alter the efficiency of vitamin absorption. Other factors, such as medications you're taking, will warrant the supplementation of certain nutrients. Factors such as taking birth control pills, or being pregnant, will call for a change in your vitamin schedule and dose as well, so talk with your doctor.

What Sort of Lifestyle Do You Lead?

Toxins in the air, water, or food can play a part in your body's needs. Depending on where you live, you may need extra antioxidants and vitamins to combat environmental pollution. Maybe your workplace environment is unhealthy, or your stress level is high, causing your body to utilize more magnesium each day.

Do You Know Your Family Health History?

You may assume that family health history is only at play in the doctor's office or hospital. But, by looking at your risks, you can take a proactive approach to fight the onset of illness with supplements.

Talk to your doctor if you're aren't sure which supplements to take after looking at the factors above. Consider using hair analysis to assist you in your decision. We are ready to help you get going on your personalized nutrient regimen determined by your hair analysis results.

Supplement Shopping Tips

Vitamin Shopping

Nowadays, people can only hope that they're buying what's on the label. You should know where it was made and the purpose of all the ingredients. To make sure a bottle of supplements is legitimate, follow these four guidelines:

Check for a Manufacturing Seal

The seal should be from a well-known third-party organization. U.S. Pharmacopeia, NSF International, and ConsumerLab.com are a few examples of respected parties that will ensure quality and purity.

Avoid Additives and Artificial Ingredients

Be wary of supplements with additives and artificial ingredients. Just as in the food you eat, you'll want it to be as pure as possible. Find out if you're buying a science-backed product, such as Endo-met supplements, which meet the NCAA standards.

Look for Thorough Labels

Clear labels will list all ingredients. Avoid those that list "proprietary blends" as those tend to be filler. Even if they're active ingredients, you need to know what you're putting in your body. Transparency means trustworthiness.

Sourcing and Quality of Ingredients

These are just as important as other the factors listed above. Poor-quality nutrients won't be absorbed as readily by your body. The product should offer bioavailability information, which tells how well it's absorbed.

What Ingredients Should I Look For?

In the average person's diet (U.S.), around 60% of the total calories come from food that's been processed, robbing it of nutrients. We understand it can be hard to avoid these types of foods sometimes due to our fast-paced lifestyles.

Keep a close eye on your nutritional needs, and don't let your health fall by the wayside. When looking for multi-vitamins and supplements, look for:

  • Vitamin A through E
  • Vitamin K
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
  • Others may be needed as well

Other valuable ingredients are Taurine for muscle development, enzymes to aid digestion, and more. Specialty ingredients, such as phytonutrients, could benefit you as well. You won't regret spending the time to do your research, because it concerns your body, mind, and overall health.

Endo-met for Life

Endo-met supplements are of the highest quality and do not contain any banned substances from the WADA list. We go the extra mile and make sure no banned substances enter our facilities.

By choosing Endo-met, you're making the decision to stop taking chances on your health. You're putting wellbeing and life-optimization on center stage. Be your best self for your friends and family, and live your best life.

Contact us today. We welcome any and all questions. Transparency is guaranteed.