With many popular supplements on the market, it can be difficult to know which vitamins should be added to your current lifestyle. Without the advice of doctors and nutritionists, you can’t pinpoint the exact supplement needs, but we have used our research to identify the top 4 vitamins that are lacking in most people’s diets. These are the recommended vitamins that have the most common deficiencies but are essential for a healthy functioning mind and body.

Vitamin A
Vitamin A is beneficial to many parts of the body, including the eyes, reproductive system, heart, and lungs, and other organs. Your body takes preformed Vitamin A and beta-carotene to create active Vitamin A.

The best way to incorporate natural Vitamin A through your diet is by ensuring that your diet contains the following foods – 

    • Green vegetables e.g. Spinach
    • Yellow and Orange Vegetables e.g. Squash

Vitamin D
Vitamin D is crucial for your body to help it absorb calcium to promote strong bones and teeth. It is also an important element in reducing the risk of certain cancers. Most vitamins can be included in your diet, however, Vitamin D is absorbed into the body through sunlight. In the winter, it can be more common for people to be Vitamin D deficient as we spend less time outside.

There are a few foods and drinks that are fortified to include Vitamin D, these include – 

    • Orange Juice
    • Milk
    • Cereal

Natural sources with a limited amount of Vitamin D –

    • Salmon 
    • Tuna
    • Eggs
    • Mushrooms

If you are intaking a limited amount of sunlight, and have a restricted diet, we would suggest taking a multivitamin that contains the daily suggested amount of Vitamin D.

Vitamin B6
This vitamin aids many functions within the body, however, the most common benefits of Vitamin B6 are aiding sleep, appetite, and mood. B6 is present in many different foods and is sufficient in most people’s diet, however, it is common that as we get older, we need extra B6 to help the body create healthy red blood cells.

Foods rich in B6 are recommended below – 

    • Baked Potatoes
    • Chicken
    • Bananas

Vitamin B12
This vitamin has largely become discussed recently as a key element required in many people’s diets. B12 promotes healthy nerve endings and blood cells, as well as giving your body higher energy levels. Conditions such as Crohn’s Disease and Diabetes can make B12 absorption less effective. Those with health conditions or a vegan diet should consider taking a B12 supplement as they may be deficient.

Foods containing B12 are listed below –

    • Tuna
    • Meat
    • Poultry
    • Eggs
    • Milk

Why Take A Multivitamin?

Many people opt for a multivitamin as it contains all of the nutrients that they need for a healthy diet. The Gobi Gold Daily Balancer contains 12 essential vitamins, 6 minerals, and Omega-3 fatty acids. This helps to promote both a healthy body and mind using Swiss formula and technology.

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