Must-Read: The Best Supplements
We know that we should probably be putting a few more supplements in our bodies. No doubt, there are vitamins that we missing and things that would make us healthier. Problem is, there’s just so many different supplements out there that we have a hard time understanding just what we should be taking, and for what, and if any of them are going to have side effects, and by the time we’ve gone through all of those different thoughts we’re tired of thinking and just want to forget about the whole thing. Which is to say, we need some more education in the world of supplements. And maybe you do too.
Which is why today we’re heading over to Men’s Health to go through their list of the best supplements you can possibly get from your normal old drug store. For example, among their favorite selections:
1. BORON TO PROTECT YOUR PROSTATE
Men with the highest boron intakes are 65 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer than men with lower levels, studies show. American men have one of the lowest boron intakes in the world. Taking a supplement is a good first step. You can also try these 8 other steps to protect your prostate.
How much? 3 milligrams (mg) a day. It doesn’t just fight cancer: USDA researchers found that this is the best dosage to improve memory and concentration.
Tip: It’s not in every store, but GNC carries it. If you can’t find it, eat raisins and almonds.
The other 9 are also worth checking out, as is the rest of the article. So head on over to Men’s Health and take a gander at what they’re saying are worth putting into your body.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.