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“Do I need to take supplements? I eat well.” If you grow all your own food for fresh eating, and eat a wide variety of meats, fish, fats, dairy, vegetables and fruits regularly, grown in gloriously healthy soil and you spend a few hours outside in the sun daily, you may be the exception.
Otherwise, the answer is YES, we all need to take supplements. What do we need daily? What do we need if we have a particular health problem? Starting with some simple programs for routine supplement use, we will explore additional areas and keep you informed of the latest information about supplement truths and falsehoods, claims and controversies.
Perhaps you read in the news, early 2012, about a Canadian study that reveals the superior physical and mental fitness of mice fed full vitamin supplements with their regular food. To most followers of a healthy lifestyle, it comes as no surprise that given the combination of our nutrient-depleted food supply, erratic access to fresh food, and our challenged digestive systems, most of us will benefit from individualized vitamin supplementation to ensure the healthiest life we can have.
Have you ever been challenged to remember what you were just doing, or a name you just learned? As we age, we all suffer some degree of short-term memory loss.
If you’re looking for an easy way to improve your mental and physical health, nutritional supplements could be the answer. New findings suggest that in addition to enhancing holistic mental and physical wellness, supplements could lengthen your lifespan.
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