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Researched Nutritionals

By Edited Jul 4, 2014 0 0

Researched nutritionals can serve as a good supplement providing nutrients, vitamins, fiber, minerals and other essentials to an existing diet. They’re also popular with athletes as well as people who are conscious about their health. Given the hectic schedules and fast pace in our lives, it can be a challenge to ensure that all our nutritional needs are met. Many people have difficulty consuming the daily recommended intake from the four main food groups and nutritional supplements can help make up for deficient nutrients. It’s important to realize that these supplements are designed to complement the nutrition found in a diet plan rather than replacing it. Learn about what researched nutritionals including glyconutrients and whole food supplements can do to enhance your health and well-being.

Boost Your Immune System and Clean Your Body of Toxins

The benefits of researched nutritionals such as multivitamins go beyond providing a supplemental boost to your nutritional needs. They can also be used to help your immune system fight disease and illnesses. For example, Vitamin C supplements have been shown to help prevent and treat colds although sufferers of kidney stones should avoid taking them regularly over long time periods. Sufficient doses of Vitamin C help energize the white blood cells which in turn helps to fight off infections. Vitamin A supplements work similarly by fighting off bacteria and viruses that linger in the respiratory system.

Researched nutritionals also help to cleanse the toxins out of your system. The body is constantly exposed to many different toxins that can be traced to environmental sources and nutritional supplements play a role in minimizing the harmful levels of these toxins.

Herbal supplements are a category of researched nutritionals that have been shown to have medicinal properties and they have been associated with many traditional treatments of ailments used around the world. Many come from natural ingredients such as plants. Check with your doctor before taking herbal supplements along with any prescribed medication.


Glyconutrients are researched nutritionals that are natural and made from plant based materials. They’re a class of nutrients on their own and consist of a group of eight monosaccharides that are crucial in the normal functioning of cells in the body. This list includes the following glyconutrients (sometimes known as the eight sugars):

  • Glucose
  • Galactose
  • Fucose
  • Xylose
  • Mannose
  • N-acetylgalactosamine (GalNAc)
  • N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc)
  • N-acetylneuraminic acid (Neu5Ac)

Glyconutrients have gained the attention of the medical community as a natural supplement with positive effects on health and wellness. Much research is currently being done to further examine the dietary supplementary benefits of glyconutrients which will lead to more peer-reviewed journals being published in this area. It is possible to consume glyconutrients in the foods we eat, however the typical diet doesn’t contain enough of them and these supplements can help fill the gap.

Whole Food Supplements

It’s well known that whole foods such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables contain high nutritional value essential for the body to function well. Diets that lack in the goodness of whole foods can be improved with the use of whole food supplements. It’s as if you take all the nutrients from whole foods and compress it into a capsule format to take as a supplement. Whole food supplements can also enhance your immune system and boost your heart health.



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