Nutritional Supplements

Nutritional Supplements

Taking nutritional supplements can help prevent or sometimes even cure many illnesses. Most health problems people have are often due to a lack of certain vitamins, minerals or amino acids. For instance, there are about 20 amino acids and half of those the body cannot naturally produce. The only way to get those very important amino acids is from certain foods or by taking a supplement. Below you will find all the health benefits from foods with the highest concentration of each vitamin, mineral and amino acid. 

Health Benefits of Vitamin A:

Reduces Retinal Inflammation, Improves Vision, Slows Aging Skin, Strengthens Immune System, Promotes Healthy Digestive and Urinary Tract.


Vegetables High in Vitamin A:

Carrots, Pumpkin, Sweet Potatoes, Spinach, Collards, Kale, Turnip Greens, Mustard Greens, Beet Greens, Winter Squash, Chinese Cabbage, Dandelion Greens, Butterhead Lettuce, Romain Lettuce, Green Leaf Lettuce, Tomatoes, Green Peas, Broccoli. To learn about other nutrients in these vegetables click here.


Fruits High in Vitamin A:

Cantaloupe, Grapefruit, Apricots, Papaya, Mango, Tangerines, Nectarine, Guava, Passion Fruit, Plantains, Watermelon. To learn about other nutrients in these fruits click here. 


Fish Poultry & Red Meat High in Vitamin A:

Beef Liver, Lamb Liver, Liver Sausage, Goose Liver Pate, Cod Liver Oil, King Mackerel, Salmon, Bluefin Tuna, Hard Boiled Egg, Trout, Caviar. To learn about other nutrients in these meats click here.


Dairy Products High in Vitamin A:

Goat Cheese, Butter, Limburger Cheese, Camembert, Roquefort Cheese, Blue Cheese, Feta Cheese. To learn about other nutrients in these dairy products click here.

Health Benefits of Vitamin B1:

Helps Nervous System, Promotes Metabolism, Brain Functionality, Stress Reduction, Vascular Ability, Improves Memory, Helps Prevent Type 2 Diabetes, Reduces Fatigue, Improves Appetite, Regulates Heart Rate, Lung Efficiency 


Vegetables High in Vitamin B1:

Soybeans, Black Eyed Cowpeas, Navy Beans, Black Beans


Fruits High in Vitamin B1:



Meats & Fish High in Vitamin B1:

Pork, Duck Meat, Egg Noodles


Wheats & Grains High in Vitamin B1:

Rice, Oat Bran, Cornmeal, Grout Buckwheat, Yeast

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