By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
Vitamins have an effect on every single part of the body. There are different vitamins that we get from a variety of food or environmental sources – and some of these vitamins can be stored in our fat cells, while others need to be ingested daily.
Different people have different vitamin needs. By understanding your personal vitamin needs – you can better take control of your health and try to be at optimum wellness and balance.
People taking a multivitamin can be found to be deficient in specific nutrients or overdosing in various vitamins. Depending on their individual needs, it is possible for one vitamin supplement to benefit one person while being detrimental to another. This is why I recommend people get a test kit for vitamin testing.
A good vitamin test is the only sure way to check and see what your vitamin levels are.
Once, we were counseling a client about vitamin testing. He assured us that he was taking the proper amounts of each vitamin. We recommended that, just to make sure he has the proper balance of vitamins, that he take one of our test kits and perform a vitamin test. When we got the test results back, we were shocked! At first, we thought it was a error, but the lab assured us that the very high levels of vitamin A shown in the results were accurate. We immediately contacted the client and recommended he stop all intake of vitamin A. After several weeks, his health began to improve. Based on the results of the vitamin test, he adjusted his vitamins and now gets a test kit once a year from us to perform the vitamin test to insure he is always maintaining proper levels.
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