Superior Source Vitamins and 15 Super Healthy Recipes
Superior Source Vitamins have a great variety of products and help us all live our best life! We’ve got a list of healthy recipes that are easy to work into your diet so that you can live your best life!
Recipes High in Vitamin A
Vitamin A support eye health and the maintenance of healthy skin, teeth, and the surface linings for the respiratory, urinary and intestinal tracts. Vitamin A also plays a vital role in the promotion of immune system health, according to Superior Source Vitamins. It’s also important for reproductive health.
So what do we eat for Vitamin A? Green, orange and yellow fruits and vegetables are great as well as eggs, milk, liver, butter and cheese.
- Coriander Carrots
- Baked Carrot Fries
- Deviled Eggs (Paleo Friendly)
- Liver & Onions
- Raspberry Almond Delight
Recipes High in Vitamin B
Vitamin B6 are essential for anyone with any gastrointestinal issues, helps to prevent birth defects, promote cell development and growth and are great for those with anemia, as well as those who
are vegans and vegetarians. They help convert carbs, proteins and fats into energy. Vitamin B is found in meat, poultry, fish, organ meats, eggs, seeds, nuts, whole grains, legumes, breads, pastas and fortified cereals.
- Homemade Fish Sticks
- Chicken Broccoli Stir Fry (It’s easy, you can do this!)
- Chicken Paninis with Avocado
- Cajun Chicken & Rice Gumbo (Utilize Brown Rice)
- Garbanzo Bean Salad (Garbanzo Beans are great for weight loss!)
Recipes High in Vitamin D
Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium and promotes healthy bones and teeth. Superior Source Vitamin D has MicroLingual Instant Dissolve Tablets to help your body get the proper amount. Even with additional vitamins, try to throw in orange juice and fatty fish such as salmon, herring, tuna, sardines, mushrooms and whole eggs.
- Tuna Melts
- Not Your Momma’s Tuna Sandwiches
- Garlic Mushrooms
- Easy Vegetarian Stuffed Mushrooms
- Healthy Lemon Garlic Salmon
Superior Source Vitamins
Superior Source Vitamins has a wonderful selection and pretty much covers every nutritional need we aren’t able to meet in our regular diets. Sometimes, with busy lifestyles it’s just not possible to get all of the good foods in every week, much less every day! At the Zoo, we add in Vitamin C during cold season and especially if we get sick. It seems to help and the research certainly backs that theory up.
One of my favorite things about Superior Source Vitamins is their MicroLingual Instant Dissolve Melts. The super small vitamin dissolves on your tongue so that it can be absorbed into your body more effectively. I love that, as the vitamins don’t get lost at all or flushed through due to our stomach acid. Plus, an added bonus, none of the ingredients in their products contain any GMO’s and are also all wheat, corn, soy and gluten free.
Definitely recommend ditching those 5 Hour Energy Shots (which I, too, am guilty of tossing back from time to time) and trying their B12. Taking it daily can help with your energy levels, or they can be taken before workouts for an added boost.
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I like smoothie recipes for extra vitamin C. I try to stay active.
For vitamins lots of green leafy veggies like Collards and berries too.
In general eat fresh, local, less to no processed.
I’m making lentil soup right now. It has protein and a lot of vitamins including iron.
I try to hike as often as I can
I like roasted carrots for my vitamin A. I take supplements daily to be a little healthier.
I make sure to have veggies every day!
I love to make soup in my Insta pot and to pack it with vegetables.
I like smoothie recipies to get most of the essential vitamins
Have any simple, delicious ones you’re willing to share?
I get my vitamins in a daily smoothie.
That’s a great way to get them in! I love smoothies but rarely make them.
I add fruit to things like muffins and quick breads to get some vitamins in.
Me too! I also sneak veggies in wherever I can!
I love to eat salads for the vitamins, and it tastes good.
You and me both! I could eat salads everyday without complaint!
I eat a lot of vegetables but they get pretty boring. I would love to give them a little pazzaz!
They do get boring at times, I try to find new recipes for them whenever I can! My latest are the carrot fries!
I like to eat smoothies to get my extra vitamins
I like to put some vitamin c in my chicken noodle soup I think it flavors it really good.
I love spinach salads with some kale and I think that’s vitamin and mineral rich.
I take supplemental Vitamin D and C, in addition to eating a lot of leafy green vegetables.
I try to drink plenty of water and avoid sweets and junk food. Also try to stay away from fast food and overly processed foods.
I take vitamins and try to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables to be a little healthier.
I exercise regularly and avoid unhealthy snacks.
IRON! I eat plant based mainly so I need extra!
I am trying to eat healthier by eating more dark greens. I am working on figuring out supplements.
I like to make a big chopped salad for dinner most nights and I take vitamins every day.
To be honest I am not too knowledgeable about vitamins. I try and take vitamins daily (sometimes I forget) and just try and eat a mixture of foods each day to try and get what each one does offer.
Extra vitamins are easier when making smoothies and energy bites. Daily vitamin intake is important. Eating healthy, exercising and drinking water regularly is also very important. We only get body and we should try our best to take of it.
I have the worst problem getting enough water when it’s cool. When the weather warms up I drink a ton, but once it gets really cold I just do not want it. Force myself but I forget to force down enough. Haha!
I like making orange salads for vitamin C.