THE Seven Seas Wellness Challenge is designed to highlight how maintaining good nutrition and a balanced diet can help achieve health and fitness goals.
Vitamins are important to your wellness regime, as its role is to supplement the nutritional gaps in the diet. Vitamins do not prevent or cure illness or disease; however, taking vitamins is beneficial to achieving health and wellness goals.
Vitamin D, for example, which the body needs for absorbing calcium in the gut and building strong bones, is not evident in a lot of the food that is eaten. The main source of Vitamin D is the sun, but a lot of people do not get enough sun exposure. As a result, there is a deficiency in the diet. Consumption of Vitamin D will supplement this deficiency.
The participants in the Seven Seas Wellness Challenge, as well as the wider public, are encouraged to have a good nutritional diet and to take vitamins as supplements. The Seven Seas brand has an array of vitamin and mineral lines of products. For the challenge, however, three are highlighted: the Seven Seas Cod Liver Oil, Seven Seas Jointcare and Seven Sea Multibionta.
Seven Seas Jointcare is the only joint-care supplement that contains Glucomega. Glucomega is a powerful formula that helps keep joints and muscles supple and flexible, and reduces joint pain and inflammation. The Jointcare product line helps to reduce joint pain and inflammation, rebuild cartilage, maintain muscles and bones and maintain mobility. The Cod Liver Oil with Omega-3 contains the nutrients EPA and DHA, which are essential to good health. An ideal diet should contain a healthy ratio of both Omega-6 and Omega-3. These are polyunsaturated fatty acids and are deemed as essential because the body needs them but cannot make them. As a result, they must be obtained from the food we eat. Benefits of supplementing with Omega-3 include healthy hair, skin and nails, reduced inflammation, improved cardiovascular health, healthy joints and bones, and improved brain development for both adults and children.
Source: jamaica observer