If you have poor blood flow, it negatively affects your ENTIRE body – brain, heart, muscles, organs, and extremities – such as hands, feet, and penis.
Of course, a healthy lifestyle such as a proper diet, regular exercise program, and stress management is always important.
However, is there a way to speed up the process? Especially if you don’t want to or have the time, money, or desire to make big improvements in your lifestyle?
The answer is “yes” and this includes taking specific supplements.
However, today I’m going to focus on the best vitamins and minerals for promoting healthy blood flow. And in a future video, I’ll discuss the best and most potent herbal extracts and amino acids.
Vitamins For Blood Flow
Vitamin D is very important for many things in the body, and healthy circulation is one of them. However, D3 should be taken with Vitamin K, more specifically K2.
And this is because Vitamin D can actually increase calcium deposits in the arteries – which is NOT what you want. This is where Vitamin K2 comes in and helps support healthy calcium metabolism in the bones and not the arteries.
Vitamin C is another super vitamin that I think everyone should be taking for healthy skin, hair, muscles, arterial function, immune support and so much more.
Lastly, I would also add in Vitamin E. It has many benefits, one of them being a natural blood thinner.
There are other vitamins, such as the B-complex supplement. It’s not as powerful as the other vitamins for blood flow support, but it’s inexpensive so why not.
Minerals For Blood Flow
In addition to the vitamins I just mentioned, I suggest you take a mineral called Magnesium. Like Vit D and C, it has so many health benefits and most of us are lacking in it.
Unfortunately, there are lots of different forms of magnesium and it can get confusing. I suggest you do a mix, such as patented MAGNA Max™ Blend, which consists of TRAACS® Magnesium Glycinate, Chelate, Citrate, Aspartate & Oxide
As far as the best dosages and so forth, I use one specific product with the best dosages and forms. You can check out the ingredient panel, the specific dosages, forms and so forth.