Get The Most From Your Supplements
Leave the Multivitamin Behind
For many years traditional multivitamins were the favorite among supplement and vitamin users. They are affordable and incorporate a wide range of vitamins and minerals. In theory the multivitamin sounds like a great idea. You have multiple vitamins that you need to take anyway, so why not take them all at one time in one pill, right? What many supplement users, and manufactures, have found out is that one pill for everything doesn’t always do the trick, and you may be missing out on some nutritional or health benefits due to the one-size-fits-all dynamic of the pill. Today, many supplement users know that finding the right supplement that yields the specific results they are looking for is the best way to go.
Multivitamins, calcium, vitamin B’s, vitamin C, iron, potassium, magnesium, Echinacea, and garlic extracts are all examples of vitamin that have decreased in usage. The reasoning behind the decline is why take only a vitamin C capsule, tablet, or powder when you can take a supplement from a natural plant such as the Acerola cherry? The Acerola cherry has all the benefits of vitamin C like the intense immune function, but then it also helps with anti-aging of the skin, heart health, prevention of age related diseases, it provides digestive support and has antioxidant properties. All of those benefits can come from taking one supplement. One!
Scientists and researchers have been working for many years to show and prove the benefits of using all natural supplements that provide more than one primary benefit. The popularity of supplements such as Acai berry, protein powders, moringa leaf, and Marine Phytoplankton has risen while those of beta-carotene, vitamin E, and ginseng have decreased over the last decade or so.
There is also a lot of versatility that comes with using the all natural supplements. You are no longer tied to a large pill that you have to take three-times a day if you don’t want to be, nor do you have to try to drink down a disgusting sugary, sometimes thick, drink that is supposed to be a natural supplement infused with “great taste”. Now, with the newer and improved supplements you are able to add them to things like salad dressing, ice cream, smoothies, seasoning, and even some baked goods. This was something that was unheard of twenty years ago, but now the producers of these natural health supplements have found what works best for today’s lifestyle of healthy living.
I am sure your parents and grandparents are and were lovely people, but the days of taking those types of supplements have passed. It is time for you to get the most out of your supplement, and try a more natural supplement that targets more than just one area of your health.
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