As the seasons change, so do our needs for supplements. Our bodies require different levels of nutritional support during each new season.
During the winter months, everyone is faced with the threat of the cold and flu, windy and frosty temperatures, and extremely dry skin.
“The ocean is filled with incredible medicinal resources to help ease the side effects from the harsh winter temperatures,” said the spokesperson from Nutrilys Del Mar, a marine-based supplement company located in both San Diego and France. “For us, pure and natural marine- based supplements are the best and most potent form to take.”
Before starting a new supplement, the spokesperson said, it’s always advised to first speak with a health care professional.
Nutrilys Del Mar offered up their list of the best supplements for wintertime. They include the following:
Alkylglycerols: Harvested from squalus acanthias fish liver oil, this species has unique lipids and glycerol factors which increase immunity, offers a resistance to cold temperatures, boosts strength and energy, and battles fatigue.
Vitamin D3: The most potent form of this vitamin is harvested from Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil. Incredibly pure, this vitamin D3 dose mimics the same nutrient effects as natural sunshine. Its organic antimicrobial peptides are known to help fight bacteria and viruses, while boosting memory.
Astaxanthin: Also harvested from Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil, astaxanthin is considered one of the most powerful antioxidants in terms of resistance and stamina. It’s widely used for immune system and skin support.
Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Oil: Rich in omegas, vitamins A and D, this great supplement also helps hydrate the skin.
“These supplement picks will help keep our bodies healthy and strong during the cold winter months,” said the spokesperson.