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Tired? Lack of Energy? Can’t Concentrate? Doctors Recommend a Multivitamin!

wp_featuredimage_lackofenergy03Doctors Recommend Trying a Daily Multivitamin for 6 Weeks

Many people experience feeling tired, a lack of energy, or difficulty concentrating—even when exams can’t explain why and lab tests come back “normal.”

Doctors are familiar with this phenomenon as well. In fact, a group of them recently conducted a review study in order to find out if such feelings of fatigue experienced by otherwise healthy people could be explained by a lack of vitamins and minerals, and to explore the role of nutrient supplementation in improving well-being in such people.

The doctors’ investigation was based on the fact that a lack of vitamins and minerals may impair cellular energy production, which can result in feeling tired or a lack of energy.

Inside our cells, the biochemical processes of generating energy require a large number of vitamins and minerals. The role of those vitamins and minerals in generating energy is a growing area of scientific research.

The B vitamins in particular play essential roles in energy production, and it has been confirmed that a lack of just one of the B vitamins can compromise energy production in our cells. Minerals—such as adequate amounts of magnesium, zinc, and chromium—have been shown to be equally important.

The doctors’ study found that even otherwise healthy individuals could be at risk for insufficient nutrient intake, due to lifestyle-related factors.

Adults with high pressure jobs or the double pressure of family and work, for whom time is always in short supply, are at risk for nutrient deficiencies due to rushed meals, imbalanced food choices, dieting, and stress-related behavior like smoking or excessive coffee and alcohol. Even extensive exercise can contribute, the doctors found.

The study identified women in particular as an important group at risk of inadequate nutrient intake due to whose demanding lifestyles, physical activity, stress, imbalanced meals, and dieting.

The doctors also noted that even mild deficiencies of vitamins and minerals can result in a general fatigue and lack of well-being, reduced resistance to infections, and impaired mental processes (e.g. memory, concentration, attention and mood).

Given the importance of nutrients for energy metabolism, and the risk for an inadequate nutrient status in otherwise healthy individuals, the doctors recommended multivitamin-mineral supplementation for otherwise healthy people complaining of chronic lack of energy.

The doctors recommended that otherwise healthy people experiencing tiredness or general lack of well-being take a multivitamin/mineral supplement for not less than 6 weeks ideally, to obtain a noticeable effect on well-being and energy.

Oxylent is an effervescent daily multivitamin that provides a 5-in-1 formula of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and electrolytes—all in one refreshing drink. Add a packet to water and enjoy daily. It tastes great, is sweetened with stevia, and contains no sugar, GMOs, calories, gluten, dairy, soy, or anything artificial.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


3 comments on “Tired? Lack of Energy? Can’t Concentrate? Doctors Recommend a Multivitamin!

  1. BNF Buyer's Club, Brookings, OR
    January 18, 2013

    OXYLENT works as a fast pick me up. Have been using it for a number of years.
    IF you drink water it is easy just to ADD a pack of Oxylent. You will notice the

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