To help simplify and individualize your nutrition regime Tco (Travis) put together a worksheet to help you pinpoint exactly what your body needs or may be lacking.
Tco’s Whaz Suppps Worksheet
Listed below are just a few different supplements that many people could benefit from using. Most people are deficient in something, usually things we don’t even know about. Highlight any symptoms you have below and identify 3 things listed that you could benefit from using.
The items listed below aren’t made in the body so they need to be taken in through diet
Fish Oil: Boosts levels of Leptin which is an appetite suppressant, and helps regulate serotonin levels which help regulate your mood. Fish oil can also help with struggles including…
- Heart Disease
- High Cholesterol
- Never feeling full
- Constant cravings
- Mood swings
- Weak/Brittle Nails
- Dry/Thinning Hair
- Dry cracked skin
- Brain disorders (Schizophrenia, bi-polar, ADD, Alzheimers, etc)
- Inflammatory conditions (arthritis, ulcerative colitis, fibromyalgia, etc)
Every single person will benefit from and should be taking Fish Oil No Matter Health or Fitness Level!
Protein Supplementing: For people who don’t get enough protein daily in their diet
- Males= 56 grams/day
- Females= 46 grams /day
- Males and females exercising regularly should increase their protein intake to 1 gram per lb. of body weight
Vitamin B12: Only found in animal products
- Nerve Tingling
- Usually low in Vegans
Vitamin D: Mostly absorbed through the skin by sunlight, which is why it’s important to incorporate daily during winter months when most time is spent indoors.
- General Aches/Pains
Vitamin A: Plays significant role in making white blood cells which help fight infection.
- Susceptible to Severe Infections
- Impaired Vision
- Inability to See in Dim Light
Vitamin C: Pivotal in fighting against foreign objects in the body and boosting the immune system
- Bruise Easy
- Joint and Muscle Pain
- Mood Changes
- Get Sick Easily and Often
Calcium: Needed not only for bone health but also triggers muscular contraction.
- Muscle Spasms
- Weak Bones (Osteoporosis)
Zinc: Stimulates and regulates white blood cell function
- Slow Wound Healing
- Rough or Pale Skin
- Growth Failure
- Loss of Appetite or Taste or Smell
- In Pregnancy, Low Birth Weight Infants and Preterm Delivery
Biotin: Helps the body process energy and helps carry carbon dioxide throughout body.
- Vision Problems
- Muscular Weakness
- Hearing Loss
Iron: Forms hemoglobin which is what carries oxygen in blood.
- Pale Appearance
- Reduced Attention Span
- Reduced Resistance to Infection
List AT LEAST 3 Things (in order of importance) from this list that you could benefit from adding into your nutrition.
Feel free to contact Tco (Tcoblentz@impulsetraining.com) or call the office 330-499-2266 if you have questions on your current routine!