Optimal Health: Top Supplements To Add to Your Routine


Eating healthy food should come naturally, but there are some days when we just don’t feel like it—we’d rather eat that piece of cake! On days like this—and every other day—you need to get your vitamins and minerals from somewhere else, such as supplements.

If you’re looking to build optimal health, you might consider researching more and possibly adding these top supplements to your routine and start feeling better! Let’s explore a few essential vitamins you need in your diet that might be a bit difficult to achieve on a routine basis.

Vitamin D

We absorb vitamin D through sunlight. The sun is a natural mood-booster, so vitamin D can be an excellent resource for people suffering from symptoms of anxiety and depression. Additionally, this wonder vitamin supports your immune system and fight offs infections.

But during the bitter winter and on days when we just want to stay inside, it’s hard for our bodies to regulate vitamin D. If this happens regularly, we begin to develop a vitamin D deficiency, which can lead to other health conditions. Getting this vitamin through sun exposure each day can be hard, so be sure to talk with your doctor about getting the correct dose through a supplement.

Fish Oil

Fish oil provides your body with omega-3 fatty acids, which can offer a plethora of benefits, such as:

  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Improving eye health
  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Fighting inflammation

Omega-3 supplements have a powerful effect on the body, and they can improve your overall health. Another great source of omega-3 fatty acids is salmon, but unless you want to eat salmon every day, taking a supplement is best.


Many illnesses and health concerns stem from the gut, which is why paying attention to what you put in your body each day is critical. Our gastrointestinal system harbors lots of bacteria—good and bad. Probiotics may regulate the good bacteria in your gut to maintain your immune system, support brain health, and balance nutrients in your body. Just remember to eat a healthy diet so that the probiotics aren’t doing all the work.


Seaweed is known to support the body in numerous ways, but getting enough of this superfood can be challenging, which is why many people look to seaweed supplements. The choice to take seaweed supplements versus natural seaweed will differ for each person, but both can offer you many health benefits, such as:

  • Balancing hormones
  • Supporting the thyroid
  • Providing antioxidants
  • Improving gut health

The above top supplements to add to your routine will help you achieve optimal health and enable you to practice healthier habits. Just remember that the purpose of supplements is to support a healthy diet, not replace whole, natural foods.

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  1. Hello Ally, Happy Easter. Curious could you please direct me how to make seaweed gel to make …….
    There are so many ways to make it very confusing……. Asking you cause I trust your advise. 😊 thank you

    1. Michele, thank you. That means a lot to me w/your trust. Honestly, I’ve never made seaweed gel, so I’d have to research and experiment to get the perfect gel. I do, however, buy it sometimes at the local Asian market and it’s made into a delicious salad like mixture. Check out some of these posts on making the gel. Very cool. Take some time to sift through them, luv! xoxx ally


  2. Hi Allie I just need to know what kind of grass-fed organ supplements do you take

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