Our nutritional needs change with seasons and aging, and it is important to know
what changes you need to implement to optimize your health. Below is the check list
for myself to get ready for winter season.
Vitamin D:Our body makes less vitamin D during winter time due to less exposure
to natural sunlight, so I increase the dosage of Cataplex D. When you supplement
vitamin D, make sure to take supplement that has vitamin A in it. Cataplex D contains
Cod Liver Oil: In addition to being a form of fish oil, Standard Process’ Cod Liver
Oil also contains vitamin A, D, and CoQ10. During winter time, I switch to Cod Liver
Oil to increase active vitamin A, which is required for healthy immune function.
Food For Immune System: Immuplex is the multi-vitamin for the immune system. If you
take Catalyn (Standard Process’ multi-vitamin) on a regular basis, you may want to
add or switch to Immuplex during winter.
Fermented food: Probiotics found in fermented food can keep your immune system on
alert. I take whole goat milk kefir daily and add sauerkraut to my salad dressing.
Prosynbiotic is a good choice for people who don’t eat fermented food regularly.
Winter Squash & Sweet Potato: Winter squash, such as butternut squash, and sweet
potato are in season, and they are packed with nutrients and soluble fiber, food
for gut bacteria. Prebiotic Inulin is available for those who want to increase soluble
Good Night Sleep: If you are not sleeping well, you are asking for troubles. Don’t
stay up too late.
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