Four “M” Supplements You Could Make Good Use Of

Four “M” Supplements You Could Make Good Use Of

Published by Wonder Laboratories on Apr 29th 2024

A tremendously wide variety of supplemental herbs, vitamins, and nutrients are available in the marketplace. Among them are some very practical natural products that you might never have heard about. Periodically, we like to focus on a particular letter of the alphabet to give you a short list of supplements to check out, even if you have tried them in the past.

Here are four excellent “M” supplements to consider using if you believe they can provide health benefits tailored to you. If you have questions about any of them, talk things over with your physician or other healthcare expert.

Healthy, Useful “M” Supplements

Malic acid [combined with ashwagandha, pectin] is a natural acid found in fruits and wine. It has an eclectic set of potential benefits. Malic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid, containing natural exfoliating properties that benefit the skin by reducing wrinkles and fine lines, and cleaning pores. Research also suggests that malic acid can reduce the chances of kidney stones formation from calcium, by way of increasing the pH of urine. It could also help reduce general pains and symptoms of fibromyalgia.

Manganese is a lesser-known but essential mineral. It is a trace mineral; the recommended daily allowance for adults is about 2mg per day, with the upper limit being 11 mg daily. Because manganese is found pretty much only in vegetables and beans, many people might not get a lot of it in their diet. They might want, for manganese is proven to contribute to bone density, strength, and mass, in the spine and elsewhere. This is especially true for older women. Manganese can also reduce inflammation and support healthy vasodilation, resulting in a reduced chance of seizures and stroke.

Mangosteen, scientifically labeled Garcinia mangostana, is a tropical plant with a history of medicinal use throughout different parts of the world. It’s rich in phosphorus and calcium, and contains other vitamins and minerals as well. Mangosteen has several main benefits. First, its antibacterial properties could potentially mitigate the course of a bacterial infection such as staph infection. Secondly, mangosteen could benefit diabetic individuals by encouraging healthy liver function, and possibly by healing diabetic wounds. It has antioxidant properties as well.

Maca root in its organic, raw form is loaded with substances that provide potential benefits to mood and energy levels. Maca is a cruciferous vegetable that is grown in the Andes mountains. Some athletes make use of maca to support their performance. Men can also experience enhanced libido by way of supplementing with maca, and postmenopausal women could experience reduced sexual dysfunction. There is research to support other benefits of maca that include managing blood pressure, supporting cognition, and its making use of its antioxidant properties.

To make your supplement determinations more meaningful, consider these four excellent “M” supplements and their specific benefits you could make use of. Again, it’s recommended that you speak to your healthcare provider before taking any of these supplements for the first time or for extended use.

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