Quick Guide to Making Vitamins Work


Can I share a secret with you?

Vitamins are more than popping a capsule.

Chances are you’ve bought a bottle of vitamins lately. Have you taken them?
Vitamins are easy to buy and hard to take. At least this has been my experience and
that of most of the clients that I work with.

Taking vitamins is a fabulous way to promote your health, help your digestion to
improve, increase your energy, and jack-up your overall vitality. So why do they sit
in our cupboards for months on end and never make it into our mouths? I’ve
identified a major block (for most people) to taking vitamins.

We don’t understand them.

Once you know what an actual vitamin or mineral is doing for your body, it makes it
a lot easier to take it in.

Understanding not only what a vitamin is doing for your body but also what foods
are naturally giving your body a vitamin boost generates ease with vitamin-intake as
well. I now know what vitamins and minerals are coming from my food, and which I
am missing. This information makes it much easier to take the liquid supplement I
now use as part of my morning routine. It’s important to have a balance. You really
are not doing your body a favor by eating non-nutrient food and then taking a
multi-vitamin everyday. It doesn’t make sense.

You should consider knowing the Top 5 vitamins. You can then make food choices
based on what type of vitamins and energy you are getting from your meal, a.k.a.,
what’s your fuel?

To get you started, here’s a Top 5 list of vitamins, the benefits of each and what
foods are going to give them to you:

Vitamin A


prevents eye problems

prevents skin disorders, acne in particular

enhances immunity

helps to heal gastrointestinal difficulties

protects against colds, flu, infections


animal livers

fish liver oils

green and yellow fruits and veggies

Vitamin B (complex)


eases nerves

strengthens skin, hair

creates healthy intestine muscles

increases brain function

increases energy


brown rice and other whole grains

egg yolks

pork and poultry

Vitamin C


healthy tissue growth

healthy gums

aids in anti-stress

helps to prevent cancer

reduces ‘bad’ cholesterol


citrus fruits

dark leafy greens


Vitamin D


helps absorb calcium

promotes growth of bones

protects against weak muscles

prevents breast cancer

enhances immunity



sweet potatoes


Vitamin E


prevents cancer

improves circulation

repairs tissue

eases PMS

maintains healthy nerves


dark green leafy vegetables

sea vegetables

wheat germ

Heather Dominick, “The Energy Expert” is an energy~nutrition specialist with over 10 years of teaching and coaching experience. Heather’s primary focus is in helping others identify sources for increasing physical energy and making permanent lifestyle changes. To sign up to receive your fr8e EnergyRICH Chapter, recording, fand or her freebie how-to articles and no-charge teleclasses on creating your most energized life, visit http://www.individual-health.net

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