Boost your wellness goals using the power of three

Boost your wellness goals using the power of three

A good friend of mine, asked me the other day what she should take (supplement-wise) if she is healthy but wants to prevent issues. I asked her how many things and she said ideally one or two, but no more than three.

The number 3 is pretty brilliant.

In construction, the triangle is structurally the strongest shape. The Bible talks about the power of three; the Father, the Son and the holy spirit. In neuroscience, the number three is referenced in how the brain likes three because it takes three of anything to form a pattern. We can survive three days without water. Stories are comprised of three; a beginning, middle and end.

The energy/frequency held in the number 3 is powerful and the special references of three exist in many more places.

If we all did three things to improve our health, we could make some serious progress. This is a cheat sheet for people to get started on a good supplement regime. By starting with three, we can utilize this trifecta strategy. 

It is a little bit challenging to narrow down the supplements because they all have awesome properties and numerous ones, but game on.

Disclaimer: This list is for those with overall good health. For those with more health issues, we likely need a targeted approach to determine the root cause of our health concerns.

I will start with my recommendations for the different body systems. In future articles, I will mention specific protocols for common imbalances. Also, don't forget that herbals are usually found in a formula and dosage is very important. For ease, I put commonly known herbs that can even be found in our kitchen. I love making custom herbal remedies for those that are interested.


Supplement: GPC (Glycerophosphocholine), Acetyl L-Carnitine, Phosphatidyl-Serine

Herbs: Curcumin, Ashwagandha, Lion's Mane


Supplement: Liposomal CoQ10, Liposomal Methyl B-12, MitoPQQ

Herbs: Ashwagandha, Ginseng (many types for different outcomes), Astragalus


Supplement: Astaxanthin, Vitamin A, Taurine

Herbs: Chrysanthemum, Goji berries, Vitex


Supplement: Probiotics (ProbioMed or Probiotic Supreme Dairy Free), Colostrum, L-Glutamine

Herbs: Aloe, Berberine, Citrus Peel, Ginger


Supplement: Magnesium (Glycinate) - also: citrate and malate forms, Taurine, Liposomal CoQ10

Herbs: Bamboo Leaf, Lotus Seed, Salvia


Supplement: Liposomal Vitamin C, NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine), Vitamin D with K (Emulsi-D Synergy) or High dose Vitamin D (Hi-Po Emulsi-D)

Herbs: Astragalus, Cordyceps, Cinnamon, Green Onion


Supplement: Liposomal Gluthathione, B-Supreme, DIM (liposomal or pill)

Herbs: Curcumin, Peony, Milk Thistle


Supplement: Prostate Supreme, DIM (liposomal or pill), B-Supreme

Herbs: Chrysanthemum, Pumpkin Seeds, Mint


Supplement: Curcumin, Inflammatone, Joint Soothe, Collagen (I had too!)

Herbs: Curcumin, Peony, Cinnamon, Boswellia, Mrryh


Supplement: Liposomal Vitamin C, Collagen, Glycine, HSN Complete (I had too!)

Herbs: Pearl, Silica, Pearl Barley


Supplement: Magnesium (Citrate or Glycinate), Joint Soothe, Curcumin

Herbs: Peony, Curcumin, Collagen


Supplement: Glycine, Sensitol, Melatonin, Magnesium (citrate, glycinate or malate ( I had too!)

Herbs: Valerian, Reishi, Pearl, Chinese Dates


Supplement: Liposomal GABA, Magnesium (Citrate or Glycinate), B-Supreme

Herbs: Pearl, Mint, Chrysanthemum Flower


Supplement: B-Supreme, DIM, Magnesium (see links for citrate, glycinate or malate)

If pregnant: Prenatal Pro, L-5-MTFH, Liposomal CoQ10, Acetyl L-Carnitine, NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine)

Herbs: Angelica Root, Rehmannia, Polygonum


Supplement: Twice Daily Multi (General), Metabolic Synergy (for those with high blood sugar), HSN Complete (for those wanting more support with hair, skin & nails)

Herbs: Seaweeds (trace minerals)

After not having the flu or any respiratory illness for over 10 years, I recommend that everyone supplement with Vitamin D (with K), magnesium (citrate or glycinate or malate) and Krill Oil. Most people are deficient in these things just by the nature of our modern culture. When you lack one, the other nutrients can’t function optimally either. This can impair- your immune system and reduce your overall well-being. These sources are pure, and high quality and I respect how these products are manufactured.

This is a great starting point and I hope you have found this cheat sheet a good place to start. As you use supplements, you will understand them better, and how they make you feel. Most people notice a difference immediately and often because it’s a deficiency being addressed.

If you are under chronic stress, be patient, as it may take time to see improvement. I have also seen patients make incredible progress by maintaining their supplement and medicinal protocols over many years.

Natural medicines are very different from prescription medicine. My education in traditional Chinese medicine/Japanese Medicine has taught me that we can use the world around us to help our energy. Natural medicinals, herbs, and supplements can balance our Qi; our life force energy. Everything around us- foods, plants, trees, substances, animals, the air, the water; are all necessary to support our life force.

Using natural medicine is an awesome way to support our health and thrive holistically. 

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