SSLA Lifestyle's Restore: The Supplement for all

When it comes to taking care of our bodies, we try to do the best we can about putting the proper nutrients and vitamins in our routines. Whether you get your vitamins from your foods or by taking supplements, working to help your body function properly is no simple feat. SSLA Lifestyle’s Restore Anti-Aging Supplements are a great addition to any vitamin or supplement system you may follow, as they have some properties you don’t often see combined into one simple supplement. Understanding the different components to the Restore supplements may enlighten you to just how great they can be for your body. Knowing what you’re putting in your body is integral to maintaining optimal health, so we’re going to go in depth discussing some of the many ingredients found within your Restore supplements. You wouldn’t want to take a bite of a cookie without knowing just what’s in it, would you?

The first ingredient we will cover is one that has recently garnered a lot of attention in the vitamin world, and that ingredient is turmeric. Turmeric is a flowering plant that hails from the ginger family, and is native to the Indian subcontinent as well as southeast Asia. The benefits from turmeric come from deep within the plant’s vibrant yellow roots where the compound called curcumin hides. Curcumin has the ability to function as an incredible anti-inflammatory as well as a strong antioxidant. The compound in turmeric kills two birds with one stone: it blocks free radicals (an uncharged or unpaired molecule) directly, then follows up by stimulating the body’s own antioxidants. Turmeric and the curcumin within it can also help to lower your risk of heart disease, brain disease, and it has even been linked to improved brain function. Turmeric is widely popular among those who take supplements, and it’s clear to see why.

Another ingredient found in SSLA Lifestyle’s Restore is biotin, another vitamin often taken solo and not usually seen in the form of a supplement with other ingredients. Biotin is sometimes dubbed the “hair growth” vitamin due to its help restore hair growth and health, but the benefits extend far beyond that. Biotin is of the B-vitamin family, and is a water-soluble vitamin; this means that the body doesn’t store it. This makes adding it into your vitamins important in order to reap its many advantages. Biotin is not just great for hair, but also for nail growth. Biotin is also important to pregnant soon-to-be mothers, as pregnancy can lead to a deficiency of the vitamin.

Biotin is more than just a vitamin for hair and nails though, as it has been linked to being an important factor in producing myelin. Myelin is the protective sheath that covers the nerve fibers in the brain, spinal cord, and eyes. Because of this, Biotin at high doses holds promise for help in managing multiple sclerosis (MS). Much of the data behind this is still in preliminary stages, but Bitoin’s ability to produce what MS destroys really is incredible. Biotin can also help to reduce blood sugar in those with diabetes, specifically when combined mineral chromium. Adding a supplement to your system that includes biotin is a great way to promote the overall health of your body.

Milk thistle is another ingredient found in the Restore Anti-Aging Supplements, and one not often seen in other supplements. Have you ever heard of milk thistle? While it may sound like something completely new, it most definitely isn’t. Milk thistle is a flowering herb related to the daisy ragweed family, and one of its biggest draws is that it is known for protecting the liver and promoting liver health. It is often used as a complementary therapy to those with liver issues,  and while the research is still being conducted it is believed that milk thistle can reduce the damage to the liver from free radicals (unattached molecule/molecule without a charge). Milk thistle has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and it is also used as a complementary therapy to those with type 2 diabetes, similar to biotin. Overall, milk thistle shows a lot of potential to help with serious conditions, and by adding it into your vitamin routine you can help keep your body functioning in a healthy manner.

The last ingredient on the docket to detail is one that you may have heard of, but we’re unsure about. Alpha-lipoic acid is a vitamin-like antioxidant and probably one of the best features found in Restore. While there are food sources for you to get your alpha-lipoic intake from, the convenience of a supplement like Restore is an optimal way to introduce the antioxidant to your body and reap its many benefits. Alpha-lipoic acid can aid in protecting the body from heart disease, liver disease, and neurological decline. It is sometimes referred to as the “universal antioxidant” because of the fact that it is both soluble in fat and water. Alpha-lipoic acid can also encourage normal thyroid hormone levels, promote normal cardiovascular function, and protect muscles from exercise-related stress. It would seem that alpha-lipoic acid is one of the ideal ingredients you would want in any supplement, and Restore has it.

Having the proper knowledge when it comes to what you ingest is important. Finding a supplement like Restore that has the ingredients of some of the most powerful vitamins and nutrients out there streamlines the process of keeping the body healthy. So say goodbye to you lengthy vitamin regime, and hello to Restore: the supplement that does it all.

SSLA Writer