6 simple lifestyle changes to make for a happier and healthier 2024 – Breakfast Television

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In a few recent segment on Breakfast Television (click here for PART 2), health expert Bryce Wylde addressed a variety of viewer questions, ranging from vitamin intake and natural brain focus aids to the differences between naturopaths and homeopaths. Here’s a comprehensive look at his advice to help you navigate your health and wellness journey.

Vitamin D: Sunshine in a Bottle

With the sun playing hide and seek, many, like Sue, are wondering about Vitamin D intake for themselves and their children. Wylde emphasizes the importance of knowing your numbers through testing but suggests that adults consider the Council for Responsible Nutrition’s recommendation of over 4,000 IU daily. For pregnant women, a 2023 study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology highlights the importance of Vitamin D in reducing the risk of asthma and wheezing in children, recommending at least 4400 IU daily. Remember, Vitamin D is not just about bone health; it plays a crucial role in our overall wellbeing and the respiratory health of our future generations.

The 20s and Beyond: Feeling Better with the Right Supplements

Jade’s question taps into the common confusion about vitamin recommendations, especially prevalent on platforms like TikTok. Wylde’s response is a reminder that health optimization is a trend worth following. He suggests that understanding our bodies through a simple DNA test can reveal a personalized playbook for diet, exercise, lifestyle, and supplementation, ensuring that our health is an investment yielding long-term benefits.

Clearing the Brain Fog: Natural Focus Aids

Julie’s struggle with brain fog is a concern for many. Wylde recommends dietary changes that include more omega-3 fatty acids, reducing sugar intake, and boosting antioxidants. Furthermore, the inclusion of a variety of probiotics can support gut-brain health, alongside prioritizing sleep quality and regular physical exercise. However, a standout suggestion is the practice of mindfulness or meditation, possibly enhanced with essential oils like SAYU’s Helios “Clarity,” to help maintain focus and clarity.

Collagen: The Skin’s Support System

For those curious about the benefits of collagen like August, Wylde explains that this structural protein is key to maintaining skin elasticity and firmness. As we age, our natural collagen production diminishes, but supplementing with collagen, particularly marine-sourced for its bioavailability, can help reduce wrinkles and improve skin hydration.

Picky Eaters: Multivitamin Choices

Sima’s concern about finding a suitable multivitamin for her picky eater without resorting to sugary options is addressed with a recommendation for “Free From” product lines. These products ensure that children receive the necessary nutrients without unnecessary additives, using sweeteners like xylitol to prevent dental issues.

Sleep Support Ingredients

Trey’s inquiry about ingredients to support sleep highlights the importance of good sleep hygiene. Wylde suggests considering hops, passionflower, 5HTP, melatonin, and California poppy as natural aids to improve sleep quality.

Baseline Blood Tests for Optimal Health

Allan’s question about essential blood tests for health received a clear response: tests for Vitamin D as 25OHD, Magnesium as RBC, and the Zinc/Copper balance can offer insights into potential deficiencies and help tailor a more effective wellness plan.

Supplements and Weight Loss

He didn’t have time to respond to Rose’s question about supplements to support weight loss, but on deck he was prepared to point toward a new supplement ingredient called PEAK-ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). This offers a groundbreaking approach to enhancing physical performance and facilitating weight loss through direct energy support to mitochondria, the powerhouse of cells. By delivering real energy at a cellular level, PEAK-ATP supports improved blood flow, increases muscle endurance, strength, and overall physical performance, thereby allowing for more intense and effective workouts. This heightened exercise capability can lead to increased caloric burn and, when combined with a balanced diet, contribute significantly to weight loss. The unique mechanism of feeding the mitochondria with the very currency of cellular energy not only optimizes physical performance but also aids in the efficient metabolism of fat, making PEAK-ATP a valuable ally in achieving fitness and weight management goals.


Wylde’s regular appearances on Breakfast Television help provide valuable insights into maintaining and improving health through natural and supplemental means. His advice, grounded in both research and practical application, offers viewers a roadmap to better health, underscoring the importance of personalization in wellness strategies but any and all advice given by Bryce Wylde and/or summarized here on his blog are for general informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice or a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis, or treatment. Before making any changes to your health and wellness routine, including but not limited to dietary supplements, physical activities, or lifestyle changes, it is crucial to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to ensure that such changes are appropriate and safe for your specific health condition and needs. The views and suggestions made by Bryce Wylde are based on his own expertise and understanding and should not be taken as an endorsement of any particular treatment, product, or course of action. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or before embarking on any new health program.


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