Friday, August 16, 2019

How Bioavailable Supplements Work

BetterYou sublingual workout recovery vitamins and supplements are an effective method for delivering essential nutrients directly to the bloodstream. Sublingual administration has been scientifically proven to deliver active ingredients with up to 2.5 times efficacy. That's because the soft tissues in your mouth contain hundreds of small blood vessels, which are capable of taking the ingredients in each product directly into circulation. Unlike absorption through the intestines where many nutrients are typically lost, sublingual or transdermal application is more beneficial for repair and recovery.

Magnesium
Studies have shown that the use of transdermal magnesium significantly increases magnesium levels in the bloodstream, and that magnesium levels are increased more and faster than with traditional caplets. Transdermal magnesium spray is an effective way to increase your magnesium levels. Magnesium helps to ease muscle tension and is recommended for athletes and those with excess soreness or muscle fatigue. BetterYou magnesium can be applied directly to the skin, where it's quickly absorbed through the pores and into the blood vessels beneath. Transdermal magnesium is ideal for sports recovery because skin application allows you to bypass the digestive system, where some of the product’s efficacy is lost.


Iron
If traditional iron supplements cause you discomfort, you're not alone. A healthy dose of iron can cause a wide range of gastrointestinal problems, which causes many people to abandon iron supplementation altogether. However, iron supplementation is critical for some, including women who are pregnant or have heavy menstrual cycles, those with malabsorption issues and athletes. Adequate iron levels fight fatigue, contribute to a healthy immune system and ensure normal cognitive function. Traditional forms of supplementation such as tablets and capsules must first pass the iron through the small intestine to be properly absorbed. If you've taken an iron supplement in the past, you may have stopped taking it because you experienced nausea, flatulence, pain, constipation or diarrhea. BetterYou iron sprays are specifically formulated with iron that's quickly absorbed and gentle on the stomach.

D3
Vitamin D3 deficiency has been a global epidemic for well over a decade. Although your body
naturally creates vitamin D from the sun, the CDC warns there's no such thing as a healthy tan. Sun-tanned skin is damaged skin. Any change in the color of your skin after spending time outside—whether sunburn or suntan—shows damage from UV rays.
Lower exposure to sunlight, poor supplementation and inadequate diets have caused billions of people across the globe to become deficient in this essential vitamin. A vitamin D deficiency can speed up obesity, diabetes, the development of cancers, hypertension, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, osteoporosis and neuro-degenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease.
BetterYou sprays deliver a daily dose of bioavailable vitamin D3 in just one spray. Using the most absorbable form of vitamin D, BetterYou sprays are 52% more effective than tablets and capsules.

B12
B12 is a water-soluble B vitamin that can generally be obtained through dietary means. However, vitamin B12 is mainly found in animal products - particularly meat and dairy - which makes those with restrictive diets, such as vegans, particularly vulnerable to developing a vitamin B12 deficiency.
B12 plays an important role in keeping your nerves healthy, maintaining normal neurological and psychological functions including reasoning, concentration and memory, and supporting the production of red blood cells. B12 is also necessary for the metabolism of folic acid, which makes this vitamin even more critical for pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding.


BetterYou uses the most bioavailable ingredients on the market to create their array of safe and effective health supplements, and all intraoral vitamin sprays are convenient and nutritionally complete. To use sublingual sprays, simply spray the inside of your cheek; absorption commences immediately upon impact.

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