Most people often use the New Year as the time to make improvements and resolutions about their health and their life. These things typically include drinking less, stopping smoking, and losing weight. These are all great goals, yet there are very few people that make a decision to increase their overall intake of important vitamins that ensure better mental and physical health.
In addition to others, the B vitamins and vitamin D are vital for good health, especially for older age. These are the vitamins that support healthy bones, brain, blood, the immune system, along with how the body uses energy. For this reason, it is crucial to make sure that your intake of these vitamins remains consistent regardless of your age, and whether you’re administering them yourself or via a carer or a someone from a live in care company.
Yet, a deficiency in vitamin B and vitamin … Read More