Maintaining your optical exercise and nutrition routine is not always easy. Time constraints and ready access to the healthiest foods can curtail even the best plans. But studies show that the use of the proper supplements can not only help you to make up for deviations in your diet, but can also enhance the proper dietary choices you do make.
Forbes magazine recently focused on The Importance Of Nutrition, Exercise And Supplements. Paul M. Coates, Ph.D., the director of the Office of Dietary Supplements at the National Institute of Health explains that “Dietary supplements marketed for exercise and athletic performance can’t take the place of a healthy diet, but some might have value for certain types of activity… Others don’t seem to work, and some might even be harmful.”
The article recommends several supplements that can lead to a successful nutritional pan, including protein sources, fish oil, magnesium, vitamin K2 and amino acids.