Avoid Taking These Vitamin Supplements Before Bedtime

You welcome. I’m so confused. My vitamins. When should I take it? Well, let’s not be confused because I’m going to review with you specific vitamins you should not be taking before you go to bed. So listen up and listen to the end. The first are the b vitamins. B one. B two. B three. B five. B six. B seven. B nine. B twelve.

Avoid Taking These Vitamin Supplements Before Bedtime
Avoid Taking These Vitamin Supplements Before Bedtime

Vitamin B’s do wonderful things for our nervous system, but it actually stimulates it. And you don’t want to take this right before bed. The best time to take it is earlier in the day. But the good thing is, since they are water soluble, you do not have to take it with food.

Vitamin B’s are extremely important and I would recommend a good b complex. And vitamin D, the fat soluble vitamin. The sunshine vitamin. Yes, getting your vitamin D from the sun is extremely helpful. But unfortunately, as we get older, we spend less time in the sun.

Remember, ultraviolet rays are also dangerous. But when we take vitamin D, we must take it with fat or it’s not going to assimilate properly throughout our system. You could take it with nuts, avocado, coconut oil, olive oil or any other kind of fat. But vitamin D can compete with melatonin.

And melatonin is highest before we go to bed. And if we halt the production of melatonin, it could affect the quality of your sleep. The best time to take vitamin D is with a meal where there already is fat within your meal. And I want to mention something about calcium. Yes, we think of calcium as strong bones, but calcium plays a tremendous role in many different metabolic functions throughout our body.

But calcium and magnesium compete for each other. And if you’re taking calcium before you go to bed, it can compete with magnesium. And magnesium is what gives you that relaxation, particularly in your muscles and throughout your entire nervous system. So it’s best not to take calcium before you go to bed.

And taking fish oil is extremely important for our health. Those omega three s helping our heart, our brain, our blood vessels, as well as every cell throughout our body. But it’s best not to take it right before bed. Not only could it give you that aftertaste, but acid reflux is quite common.

Remember, those fish oils digest slowly and it can sit in your stomach for long periods of time. And the omega three fatty acids can increase the level of serotonin in the brain, which may interfere with sleep patterns. And taking fish oil or your omega three s is best taken with a meal where there’s fat in there already.

And if you’re taking vitamin C, yes, it’s water soluble, you can take it with water and it’s perfectly fine. And because vitamin C is acidic and can possibly cause problems when consumed on an empty stomach, especially people who have gastroesophageal reflux disease or any type of heartburn, it’s best not to take it before you go to bed.

And for many people, vitamin C is known to have a stimulating effect on the body, so taking it at night may make it harder for many people to fall asleep. And if you’re taking a multivitamin, it’s always best to eat it with a larger meal because it has fat soluble vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K that needs to be assimilated with fat.

The water soluble vitamins in there, the B vitamins, primarily does not. But remember, the B vitamins will give you lots of energy, and that’s why it’s best to take it earlier in the day, because you’re going to need that energy. You want to be productive not only physically, but mentally as well.

I hope that you found this video productive and helpful. Please share it with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel. Project NameAVOID Taking These Vitamin Supplements Before Bedtime! Dr. Mandell Log in · Try Free

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