November 02, 2021

Top 7 Natural Wellness Supplements

We all know that the key to a healthy lifestyle includes good nutrition and exercise. But sometimes, even when you're doing everything right, your body might need a little extra help to reach optimal wellness. That's where supplements come in!

Supplements can help provide immune support, stress relief, and reduce your risk of chronic diseases. They're often used as ongoing wellness aids or to help prevent future health problems.

In this blog post we breakdown our picks for the top 7 natural wellness supplements available on the market today.

1. Omega-3: The Essential Nutrient

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients that are critical to brain development, immune function, and cardiovascular health.(1) There's also evidence to suggest that not getting enough omega-3s is associated with higher rates of depression and anxiety.(2)

Your body can’t make omega-3 fatty acids, so you have to get it from your diet. The biggest source of omega-3s is fish, especially oily fish — like salmon and mackerel. Some omega-3s are also found in nuts and seeds. If you're not a fish eater though, a supplement can help you get your recommended daily intake.

2. Magnesium: Muscle Support

Magnesium is another essential mineral for human health. It helps build bone strength, moderates blood pressure, muscle function, and reduces inflammation.(3)

Like omega-3s, magnesium also seems to have depression-fighting qualities.(4)

You can easily meet your daily magnesium needs through supplements or a wide range of foods like:

  • Avocados
  • Dark chocolate
  • Leafy greens
  • Nuts and seeds

3. Vitamin D: A Dose Of Sunshine

Vitamin D is important for bone, brain, and immune health.(5)

It helps regulate calcium in the body,  which is necessary for bone strength. For brain health, vitamin D has been shown to improve memory and reduce cognitive decline. Further research suggests that it may help reduce your risk of different diseases, from multiple sclerosis to the flu.(6)

Though, vitamin D is a bit of a misnomer. It's not actually a vitamin, but a precursor of a hormone. Yup, your body can produce vitamin D.

And yet, many people are vitamin D deficient. While your body can make vitamin D through enough sun exposure, many people are not getting enough sun. Luckily, you can easily boost your vitamin D intake through supplements.

4. CBD: Destress & Ache Less

CBD (aka cannabidiol) is a compound found in cannabis, but it doesn't make you high. Instead, many use it daily to manage different common ailments like persistent pain, stress, and nausea.

In fact, the research world is booming with interest in CBD. Scientists are racing to try to understand CBD's ability to ease pain, boost mood, and potentially reduce the risk of many chronic conditions.

Which is why it’s become one of the top researched supplements over the last few years.

For a — super impressive — list of science-backed CBD benefits, check out the article: Can CBD Benefit These 42 Health Concerns? Science Says Yes!

5. Probiotics: Go With Your Gut

Probiotics are microorganisms (aka good bacteria) that can be found in yogurt and other fermented foods. They're essential to keeping your digestive system working smoothly. A healthy level of probiotics may also help improve mood — always a welcome effect.(7)

Lots of things can throw your digestive system out of whack, like certain medications, illness, and poor diet. Probiotics can restore balance to your gut microbiome.

The good news is that you don't have to eat yogurt every day in order to get probiotics benefits. Other fermented foods contain probiotics. And it's easy to find probiotic supplements.

6. Turmeric: A Spice For A Healthy Life

Like CBD, turmeric is another anti-inflammation powerhouse. Turmeric can also increase antioxidant activity in your body, boost brain health, and reduce your risk of heart disease.(8)  Curcumin — the main active ingredient in turmeric — may be the key driver of the numerous health benefits associated with turmeric. Turmeric may even help reduce symptoms of depression (see a pattern?).(9)

It's a top supplement for overall daily wellbeing and for reducing your risk of chronic diseases.

7. Garlic: Gourmet & Good Health

Sorry vampires, this one's not for you. Garlic has a long history of medicinal use, dating thousands of years.(10)

It’s an antimicrobial and may reduce your risk of getting a cold.(11) It’s also helpful in reducing blood pressure, and boosting cardiovascular health.(12) Thus, garlic supplements are a good choice for a general physical and immune boost.

Now please pass the garlic bread.

Supplement Your Lifestyle The Natural Way

The human body is an amazing machine that will do its best to keep us healthy, given the proper nutrients. But sometimes it doesn’t have enough of the nutrients it needs to be at its best. This can be due to poor diet or various lifestyle or medical factors.

That’s why many people choose to supplement with natural wellness aids. Supplements are also popular as preventative measures for many common ailments. While supplements are not a replacement for healthful eating and lifestyle habits and routine medical care, they may be helpful in achieving and maintaining optimal health.



  1. (2019). Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Cleveland Clinic.
  2. Larrieu, T, et al. (2018). Food for Mood: Relevance of Nutritional Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Depression and Anxiety. Frontiers in physiology.
  3. Bhargava, H. (2020) Magnesium. Nourish by WebMD.
  4. Serefko, A, et al. (2013). Magnesium in depression. Pharmacological reports.
  5. Ware, M. (2019). What are the health benefits of vitamin D? Medical News Today.
  6. Wilson, D. (2020). The Benefits of Vitamin D. Healthline.
  7. Steenbergen, L, et al. (2015). A randomized controlled trial to test the effect of multispecies probiotics on cognitive reactivity to sad mood. Brain, behavior, and immunity.
  8. Gunnars, K. (2021). 10 Proven Health Benefits of Turmeric and Curcumin. Healthline.
  9. Sanmukhani, J, et al. (2014). Efficacy and safety of curcumin in major depressive disorder: a randomized controlled trial. Phytotherapy research.
  10. Rivlin, RS. (2001). Historical perspective on the use of garlic. The Journal of nutrition.
  11. Josling, P. (2001). Preventing the common cold with a garlic supplement: a double-blind, placebo-controlled survey. Advances in therapy.
Dhawan, V, et al. (2005). Garlic supplementation prevents oxidative DNA damage in essential hypertension. Molecular and cellular biochemistry.

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