Supplements Definition, Types & Examples

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Definition

Supplements are an additional way of getting the necessary nutrients for the body to supplement or add to the nutrients we get from foods, ordinarily we do not get all the essential vitamins and minerals we need from the foods we eat because of the lack of balanced diets. The balanced diets most people think they eat are in reality not balanced in any form, i can say this because you get some foods from one part of the world and another in another part.

Its very rare to get all foods which have a high proportion of nutrients you need in one place, most available foods just offer a proportion or trace elements of the required nutrients needed

Food

As explained above, all nutrients are gotten from foods we eat so food supplements is the most ideal way of nourishing the body, eating rich organic foods is the best form of medicine, regular access to such foods will keep you healthy and away from the doctor. But in the reality of things or issues such as economics, politics and so on, it is usually a mirage, most often times, getting organic rich foods could cost a fortune due to its lack of availability. So what we have these days are genetically modified foods.

Chickens and cows injected with steroids in the end you get next to zero nutrients enriched foods and lots of diseases, you see God created the body with the ability to heal itself through food and rest, so once the body does not get the required food it starts to break down gradually over time as it becomes susceptible to all manners of ailments

Examples of food supplements
Every possible nutrient in the form of vitamins and minerals are available in foods, we are going to classify some of the different vitamins and minerals with food examples along with the function they play in the body

 Food  Function
 Vegetables Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid, Calcium, Cobalt, Iron, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Potassium
 Fruits Beta Carotene, Niacin B3, Vitamin C, Maganese, Potassium
 Dairy  Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Calcium, Cobalt, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Phosphorus
 Meat Sulphur, Phosphorus, Maganese, Iron, Vitamin E, Niacin B3, Vitamin A
 Nuts Niacin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Vanadium

 

Types of Supplements

Supplements come in various forms depending on what they are required to do for the body, the dietary supplements for instance is to help supplement our daily diet intake as we learnt earlier that we do not mostly get the required or optimal nutrients from our daily diets, so the function of dietary supplements is to add to the low level intake. Vitamins supplements on the hand is to boost the body’s vitamins levels because vitamins play a major role in the functioning and development of the human body, vitamin E which is one of the most commonly known vitamins is responsible for proper functioning of the immune and endocrine systems and sex glands, also an anti-oxidant which prevents free radical damage to the cells and tissues, deters atherosclerosis and heals wounds

Now lets take a look into the different types of supplements

Dietary Supplements

There are over 120 naturally occurring nutrients useful for optimal health and this includes vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids, enzymes and a broad spectrum of phytonutrients

Mineral Chart

Mineral Functions Natural

Sources

Signs Of

Deficiency

Calcium Essential for the growth and maintenance of bones and teeth. It enables muscles, including the heart to contract, necessary for normal blood clotting and proper nerve impulse transmission Dairy products, dark green leafy vegetables, sardines, salmon, soy and almonds Osteoporosis in adults, rickets in children, high blood pressure, heart disease and convulsions
Chromium Works with insulin to regulate the body’s use of sugar and is essential to fatty acid metabolism making it beneficial for weight loss, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides Brewer’s yeast, liver, lean meats, poultry, molasses, whole grains, eggs and cheese Diabetes, heart disease, hypoglycemia, alcoholism, protein and fat metabolism
Cobalt Helps in the formation of red blood cells and the maintenance of nerve tissues, necessary for the manufacture of vitamin B12 in the body Sea vegetables, liver, kidneys, milk, oysters or clams Anemia
Copper Aids in hemoglobin formation, facilitates the absorption/use of iron, assists in the regulation of blood pressure and heart rate, strengthens blood vessels, bones, tendons and nerves Seafood, organ meats, lentils, wheat germ, blackstrap, molasses, some nuts, mushrooms and honey Cancer, heart disease, immune problems, low white blood cell count and bone demineralization
Iodine Needed by the thyriod glands/thyroid hormones, increases fat burning metabolism, promotes health hair, skin, nails and bones Kelp, seafood and iodized salt Goiters and skin problems
Iron Needed in the manufacture of myoglobin and hemoglobin (the oxygen carrying compounds found in the blood) and enzymes involved in energy metabolism Red meat, chicken, seafood, dark green vegetables, whole grains, nuts and dried fruits Iron deficiency anemia, fatigue and reduced resistance to infection
Magnesium One of the main ingredients in bone, helps prevent and eliminate osteoporosis, helps regulate nerve and muscle activity, needed by all cells, helps prevent cardiovascular disease Fish, green leafy vegetables, milk, nuts, seed and whole grains Heart disease, menstrual problems and muscle cramps
Manganese One of the main ingredients like magnesium above Lean meats, raw vegetables, fruits (citrusm bananas and avocados) and potatoes Heart disease, high blood pressure, edema, muscular weakness and paralysis
Molybdenum Helps generate energy and process waste for excretion, essential to normal development of the nervous system, ingredient in tooth enamel, helps prevent tooth decay Peas, beans, cereals, pastas, green leafy vegetables, yeast, milk and organ meats Cancer, tooth decay and sulfte sensitivities (sulftes are found in wines and resturant salad bars)
Phosphorus Found in every cell, key element in cell reaction, essential for the structure of bones and teeth, stimulates muscle contraction and contributes to tissue growth and repair Meat, diary products, beans, peas, cereals, poultry and grains Fatigue, fractures, weakness and loss of calcium
Potassium Major mineral in the body cells, regulates, body water balance, nerve function and many cell reactions Lean meats, raw vegetables, fruits (citrus, bananas and avocados) and potatoes Heart disease, high blood pressure, edema, muscular weakness and paralysis
Sulfur Helps regulates blood sugar levels and blood clotting, essential for healthy hair, skin and nails, helps maintain oxygen balance for brain function  Meat, fish, poultry, diary products, peas and beans  Toxic exposure
Vanadium Lowers blood sugar levelsm inhibits tumor development, contributes to cholesterol metabolism and hormone production Whole grains, nits, root vegetables, liver, fish and vegetable oils Cancer, diabetes and high cholesterol
Zinc Needed in the structure of cell enzymes, a factor in enzymes involved in digestion, plays a role in prostrate health, aids in wound healing Widely distributed in food, especially pumpkin and sunflower seeds Growth failure, infertility, delayed wound healing and prostrate problems

Amino Acid Chart

 Amino Acid Major Functions
 Alanine Helps the body synthesize pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5)
 Arginine Used to treat excess ammonia in the blood because of liver disease, stimulates Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
Asparagine Acts like a drug that promotes the release of urine, found in many proteins in the body
Aspartic Helps detoxify the liver, may increase stamina and resistance to fatigue
Cysteine An important source of sulfur for many body functions
Glutamine Affects mental processes and mental health, also facilitates energy production
Glutamic Acid Helps to maintain the nitrogen balance within the body
Gycine Found in many animal and plant proteins, necessary for muscle contraction, helps build muscle tissue
Histidine Found in histamine (a vasodilator) aids in the production of gastric juices, affects digestion
Hydoproline Essential for skin health
Isoleucine Necessary for proper growth in infants and nitrogen balance in adults, essential for hemoglobin formation
Leucine Affects blood sugar levels, essential for optimal growth in infants and nitrogen balance in adults
Lysine Promotes growth, tissue repair, production of antibodies, hormones (particularly HGH) and enzymes
Methionine Used in the treatment of liver disease
Phenylalanine Induces significant increases in nor-epinephrine, dopamine and epinephrine
Proline A constituent of collagen, helps heal cartilage, improves skin texture
Serine Affects metabolism
Threonine Helps maintain protein balance
Tyrosine Is the base for melanin, making the color of the skin and several hormones, affects the mood
Valine Acts as a stimulant

Vitamin Supplements

As mentioned earlier vitamins play a vital role in the development and functioning of the body

 Vitamin  Functions  Natural Sources Signs Of Deficiency
A  Needed for normal retinal function growth of bone and new cell growth, essential for health hair/skin/nails and ovarian and testicular functuin, servers as co-enzyme  Colored vegetables, diary products, cantaloupe and carrots, organ meats (liver, kidney, beef)  Night blindness, increased susceptibility to infections, respiratory infections, dry skin and brittle hair
Carotenoids (included Beta Carotene) Precursor of vitamin A – the skin store beta carotene and converts it to vitamin A when needed, helps the eyes adapt to darkness, antioxidant that protects against free radicals Dark leafy green vegetables, yellow and orange vegetables and fruits, including peppers, squash, spinach and honeydew melons Night blindness, heart problems, high cholesterol, constant infection, wounds that wont heal and yeast infections
B1 Thiamine Serves as a facilitator in the conversion of sugar and starch into energy. All B vitamins help maintain a healthy nervous system Brewers yeast, rye and whole wheat, flour, beans, seeds and brown rice Beriberi, loss of appetite, fatigue, digestive disorders, skeletal problems, mental and nervous disorders
B2 Riboflavin Promotes healthy skin, heair, nails and mucous membranes, aids the production of red blood cells and thyroid hormones, aids in proper function of the nerves, eyes and adrenal glands Lean organ meats, cheese, yogurt, eggs, almonds, soybean products such as tofu and green leafy vegetables Acne and other skin problems, depression, light sensitive eyes and dizziness
B3 Niacin Aids in release of energy from foods, builds red blood cells, synthesizes hormones, maintains skin, nerves and blood vessels, supports the gastro-intestinal tract, stabilizes mental health Liver, poultry, lean meats, fish, nuts, peanut butter, whole wheat, avocados, dates, figs and prunes Depression, high cholesterol, muscle weakness, general fatigue, loss of appetite and dry or coarse skin
B6 Pyroxidine Supports immune function, nerve-impulse transmission (especially in the brain), evergy metabolism and red blood cell synthesis Brown rice, lean meats, poultry, fish, bananas, avocados, whole grains, corn and nuts Carpal tunnel syndrome, depression, fatigue, immune problems, PMS and skin problems
B12 Cobalamin Acts as a co-enzyme for normal DNA synthesis, promotes normal fat, carbohydrates and protein utilization, promotes growth and cell development, aids in neural transmission Vitamin B12 is not normally produced by plants Anernia, profound fatigue, depression, nausea, yellow eyes/skin, shortness of breath, dementia, bleeding gum
C Absorbic Acid Necessary for collagen formation and tissue repair, an antioxidant needed for metabolism of folic acid and iron, strengthens blood vessels, helps heal infections, and reduces allergic reactions Many fruits and vegetables especially citrus Scurvy, easy bruising, nosebleeds, slow healing of wounds and frequent infections
Choline (Part of the B complex) Precursor to acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter involved in memory and thought processes, aids in nerve transmission, utilization of fat and hormone production, aids urinary system Egg yolk, legumes and whole grain cereal Memory problems, depression, aggressive and compulsive behaviors, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease
E Tocopherol Required for proper function of the immune and endocrine systems and sex glands, antioxidant prevents free radical damage to cells and tissues, deters atherosclerosis, heals wounds Wheat germ, soybeans, most vegetable oils, raw seeds and nuts, leafy greens, eggs, meat, beef, liver, milk and legumes Arthritis, heart disease, skin problems, wounds, poor circulation, leg cramps and decreased sexual performance
Folic Acid (Part of the B complex) Acts as co-enzyme for DNA synthesis, promotes normal red blood cell formation, functions as a co-enzyme in amino acid and nucleo-protein synthesis, prevents birth defects Deep green leafy vegetables, carrots torula yeast, liver, egg yolk, cantaloupe, apricots, pumpkins and avocados Red blood cell disorders, irritability, lack of energy, diarrhea, sleeping difficulties and birth defects

Supplements for Energy

Energy is one of the most important need of the body, without it we would not be able to go about doing our daily activities, so having optimal energy levels is as important as having life itself, sadly most people do not have enough to go by, they mostly suffer from fatigue which may be due to so many factors like stress, anxiety, insufficient diets, diseases and so on. Below are some uncommon supplements for energy

Ashwagandha
It has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions and it is most commonly used to rejuvenate and restore natural vigor and energy. Often refereed to as Indian Ginseng, ashwagandha is a natural adaptogen that works on the body’s nervous and endocrine systems to nourish and restore normal energy balance and enhanced mood. Native to India, the middle east and northern Africa, ashwagandha is an all natural herbal treatment for modern mood disturbances, stress and fatigue

Green tea extract
Green tea is one of the most powerful and potent sources of antioxidants on the planet. This is due to the ECGC (epigallocatechingallate) found in green tea leaves. ECGC is an antioxidant that has the ability to inhibit the growth of cancer cells without harming healthy tissues. It also may be useful in lowering LDL cholesterol levels. Green tea also positively boosts energy levels and supports the endocrine and nervous system

Ginseng
Known as the king of herbs, its a valuable and rare adaptogen which helps relieves stress and fatigue. It also has other effects on the body in the areas of nervous and digestive system, cardio-cerebral vessels, regulates blood lipid and blood sugar and boosts the body’s immune system

Rice protein
This is a rich natural source of protein and is rich with many of the B vitamins, including B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin) and B3, all of which work synergistically together to provide you with the energy you need. Rice protein also delivers amino acids quickly and directly to your cells, so your muscular system has what it needs for increased strength, renewal and repair

Whey protein
It is a pure natural high quality protein from cow’s milk, it is a rich source of the essential amino acids needed on a daily basis by your body. In it’s purest form, as whey protein isolate, it contains little to no fat, lactose or cholesterol

Yerba Mate
It provides a powerful energy boost without the harmful side effects of many other energy enhancing compounds like caffeine. Yerba mate provides sustained, focused energy without jitteriness, helps eliminate fatigue, stimulates mental clarity and has thermogenic properties. It also provides and abundance of vitamins including Vitamin A,C,E,B1,B2,B5 as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium and zinc. In addition, yerba mate impacts fatty acids, chlorophyll, flavonols, trace minerals, antioxidants and amino acids

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Herbal supplements

These are supplements made from herbs for various purposes, herbs are mostly curative foods, unlike conventional medicine which only suppresses diseases, herbs have been proven to actually tackle and cure diseases at their root cause. God intended it that way because in the bible it is written that made made herbs as food for man so originally if you remember we said food is actually medicine. There is a herb or a combination of herb for any disease you can think of, even cancer.

It is unfortunate that the so called pharmautecial companies has turned a blind eye to herbs because it simply not just profitable, whats the point if you get cured once, means no recurring profits for them, so they rely on orthodox medicine which just suppresses the problem and keeps you coming back for more and more

But luckily for us there are few companies which have taken time and resources to develop herbal supplements although not in the western world, one of such companies is Fohow International a Chinese company who has successfully formulated various curative supplements for various aliments. Here a few herbs worth knowing about

Wheat Grass
The grass shoots of wheatberries, is a super source of chlorophyll, wheatgrass has been said to be one of nature’s most powerful sources of green leafy vegetable nutrition, it also delivers a wide range of vitamins and minerals, including chlorophyll, vitamins A, B complex, C, E, K, proteins and 17 amino acids easily absorbed by human blood

Valerian Root
It is traditionally used to treat the nervous system in cases of nervous tension, insomnia and tension, it helps to promote relaxation, calmness and tranquility by nourishing the nervous system

Taheebo
It is a natural herbal compound extracted from the Lapacho tree, taheebo has been prized by indigenous people of the Andes for thousands of years for its immune enhancing properties. Taheebo has the capacity to revitalize the body’s natural defenses to fight and protect against infections. Taheebo also contains a wealth of phytonutrients that further nourish and support the immune system and other core body systems for total body health

Tulsi
It is a complex herbs that contains hundreds of beneficial phytochemicals, which are natural plant based compounds that possess strong antibacterial, antiviral, adaptogenic and antioxidant properties. Additionally, tulsi’s immune enhancing properties promote natural resistance to illness and stress, as an adaptogen, tulsi is one of the most effective treatments in the battle against stress and energy imbalance. It helps to reduce the intensity and negative impact of the stress caused by tension and emotional disturbances, poor lifestyle habits and our busy daily lives.

Research also offers evidence that tulsi increases the body’s efficient use of oxygen, which contributes to its energizing effects, in addition to its stress reliving and energizing properties, tulsi enhances overall vitality and wellbeing. It has being used to support the heart, liver and lungs, protect against radiation damage, slow down the aging process, enhances the effectiveness of other therapeutic treatment and provides a variety nutrients, including vitamins A, C, calcium, zinc, iron and chlorophyll

St John’s Wort
This is a herb native to Europe that has been found to have antiviral, antibacterial and antidepressant properties. The active compounds in st john’s wort that impacts these health benefiting properties work on the nervous system and promotes overall feeling of emotional balance and stability

Skull Cap
It is a powerful herb often used as an anti-inflammatory, but is most commonly used to nourish the nervous system and promotes relaxation and eases tension and anxiety

Senna Leaf
It has been used for thousands of years, ancient Egyptian doctors used senna over 3500 years ago to treat patients. In modern uses, senna is a commonly used natural laxative. It helps relieve constipation by stimulating the peristaltic action of the colon

Reishi Mushroom
It has been used in China and Japan for thousands of years and is one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used as a medicine. It is revered for its health promoting benefits and powerful phytonutrient profile, it has been used to enhance the immune system, alleviate common allergies, improve liver function, improve mood, regulate energy levels, modulate blood pressure and a host of other health concerns

Psyllium Seed
It is an excellent source of soluble fiber, they are small, dull colored seeds that when places in water, they swell up to 14 times their normal size. Pysllium seed has been used in Europe to treat intestinal conditions such as constipation, for hundreds of years. Because of it’s ability to absorb water, it is an excellent bulking agent and can assist in cleansing the entire lower bowel and aid in the absorption of bowel toxins

Peppermint Leaf
It is heralded as an herb with a number of beneficial, health promoting benefits and applications. Most notably it is used to treat and soothe digestive complaints including indigestion and gas and can help soothe the intestinal tract. It has also been shown to be useful in reducing nausea and heartburn, aids in digestion and improves the flow of digestive fluid

Norwegian Kelp
Shores in Norway are abundantly awash with this rich sea vegetable, Norwegian kelp is one of nature’s most densely concentrated sources of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, containing 60 trace minerals, 12 vitamins and 20 essential amino acids

Kombu
Known by some as the king of seaweeds, kombu is a brown type of kelp that grows in long narrow blades (up to 6 feet long), in dense forests below the tide. A rich source of iodine, Kombu has been used to treat thyroid dysfunction. It contains concentrated amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium, trace minerals (including copper and zinc) as well as chromium. Incredibly low in calories, high in fiber and delicious, Kombu has been a stable of the Japanese diet for centuries

Irish Moss
It boosts the body when recovering from an illness, unleashing a tidal wave of important nutrients 15 of the 18 elements composing the human body. Irish moss has also been used to treat bronchitis, thyroid dysfunction and to improve and strengthen glands, it is also used as a gentle anticoagulant and has been used to treat gastrointestinal disturbances such as diarrhea. Researchers have discovered that Irish moss may also improve blood pressure and may prove useful in the treatment of peptic ulcers without affecting colon health

Gingko Biloba
It has been hailed to benefit the body in many ways, this versatile herb has been used for centuries as a brain tonic that can potentially enhance memory (supporting both short and long term memory) increase reaction times and improve mental clarity. Gingko biloba has also been used to treat tinnitus, vertigo and circulatory problems

Gigartina Chamissoi
It is a leafy red seaweed, a phletora of beneficial polysaccharides (carregreenans). Scientists have discovered that these carragreenans may posses some unique medicinal properties. They have found them to be antibacterial as well as antiviral, infact carragreenans may also be anti-herpetic (able to kill the herpes viruses) and anti-coagulant

Dabber Locks
Also known as winged kelps, they grown in branched hold fasts where its blades have a distinct wing at the base, found along the artic to the northeast of the united states. Dabber locks are high in vitamin A, B6, B12 and K. In addition to iodine and bromine, they contain soluble nitrogen, cobalt, nickel and other essential trace elements

Chamomile
Is a flower that is used and for a broad range of health applications, it has been used to treat skin conditions externally and internally, chamoline has antibacterial properties. However chamomile is most commonly used on the nervous system to promote relaxation, ease tension and reduce inflammation

Buckthorn Bark
It has been used for hundreds of years in Europe as a natural laxative, without the harsh purging action of chemical laxatives, buckthorn is mild and is effective in cases of chronic constipation

Bladder Wrack
It is a common brown sea vegetable that nestles upon rocks in colonies, bladder wrack may also form mats of floating seaweed when torn from rocks during storms and wash ashore onto nearby beaches. Bladder wrack has been used to soothe inflammation and assist in weight loss by nourishing and under-active thyroid. At a cellular level it has also been used to treat rheumatism and other inflammatory conditions

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Supports sports injury recovery

Helps keep cartilage in joints healthy

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Creates enzymes that destroy harmful bacteria

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