by, Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
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Are vitamins good ? Are ALL vitamins safe? If your friend is feeling great on a B complex, for example, would it help you too? Maybe or maybe not! When you search online for the right vitamin to help what symptoms you are trying to support do you get confused? Do you read all of the wonderful reviews about a particular vitamin and then when you try it yourself it does nothing? Do you go to a vitamin store and talk to the sales person there that is knowledgeable about all the vitamins on the shelves? She or he certainly sounds like they know their stuff, right? And I am sure they do, that is not the issue necessarily.

The main issue when people order vitamins online or get them from a vitamin store is that everyone has individual vitamin and nutrient needs and what is ideal for one person may not be ideal for another person. Some people have autoimmune issues; others have inflammatory issues, others have poor gut absorption so reactions to the same product may vary.

So what can you do? It is really straightforward!
1) Take our comprehensive vitamin/mineral test and ONLY order the vitamins that your body needs.
2) Check your gut health and make sure you are not also battling a bacteria, yeast or leaky gut that is getting in the way of your nutrients being at optimal levels.

With every test result, you are given a personalized protocol and explanation. You can also email us for free any questions you may have. We are here to support YOU and YOUR health!

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