By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
One of the problems with taking a multivitamin is that most people think, that they are receiving all the vitamins and minerals that they need in one little magical pill- and that is simply not true. A generic multivitamin product cannot provide the proper amounts of nutrients to everyone who consumes it. This is because everyone is an individual, and therefore may need different amounts of certain vitamins and minerals according to their individual nutrient needs. Another way to put it is, just because someone else takes a certain vitamin doesn’t mean it’s the right one for you. So, which one should YOU be taking? That’s a good question that almost everyone that is health minded wants to know and actually should know. That’s why I always suggest taking a vitamin test kit prior to using vitamins and minerals.
Most people are somewhat familiar with vitamin C, D and calcium. But do you know how important vitamin A, B2 and zinc are? Here’s a glimpse of what these vitamins do:
Vitamin A- supports eyes, immune function, skin, and is essential for cell growth and development.
Vitamin B2- supports metabolism, breaks down fats and proteins, digestion, nervous system, skin, hair, eye, mouth and liver
Zinc supports- enzymes, immune system, wound healing, normal growth and development in pregnancies too.
Are you getting enough vitamin A, B2 and zinc? Well now you can find out by ordering our test kit and stop wasting money on multivitamins that aren’t specific to YOU and YOUR specific health needs! Vitamins and minerals are essential to our health and well being so make sure that you are getting what your body personally needs!
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Medical disclaimer: Our vitamin test kits and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.