1 Do not self diagnose – taking supplements that your body does not need can cause more harm than good.
2 Before introducing new supplements to your routine be sure to speak with your healthcare professional, especially important if you are taking prescribed medications
3 Take a high quality multi-vitamin/mineral supplement; you really do get what you pay for, not all supplements are good quality. Choose a whole foods, good quality vitamin without binders, fillers or other additives.
4 Take your supplements with food and water unless instructed to do otherwise,
5 Supplements cannot take the place of a nutrient dense diet. Ensure you are getting adequate protein, whole grains, lots of colourful fruits and vegetables, and healthy fats every day.
If you would like more help determining your need for specific supplements or if you would like additional help choosing your supplements... get in touch... I would love to hear from you.
If you have already determined a need for specific supplements, head over to Fullscript for some great quality supplements!
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We have committed to donating a portion of our monthly sales to Canadian Feed the Children to help provide children and families in need with such things as increased access to nutritious food and quality education, and community support. Together we are creating a healthier and brighter future for children around the world.