Its a buyer beware market, so how can you know if you are getting a quality multivitamin? It is at times difficult to know because it comes down to how reputable is the manufacturer.
With news articles circulating and information whirling about supplements, their quality, and efficacy it becomes increasingly difficult for a person to know if they should be on supplements and even more difficult which ones they should be on.
While the individualization of supplements is helpful based on each person’s health and previous medical history, there are some nutrients that are powerful for all of us. Listen to tonight’s show to find out which nutrient reduces all-cause mortality by 40%.
Dr. LaValle will talk about using his using a step-by-step, easy-to-implement system of diet, lifestyle strategies, and state-of-the-art nutrients and supplements, to help you create an individualized program for reclaiming your metabolism and health.
Supplements are not regulated in the same way foods are and consequently are a “buyer beware” market. Tonight’s show will help walk you through the maze of supplements and explain what you can do to make sure you are getting a high-quality product free of contamination.
With conflicted media, it is easy to wonder if vitamins matter. Often studies are conflicted because the wrong type of vitamin is used or not enough. Learn more about 1,000s of studies that demonstrate your health is improved when you increase your nutrition.
A recent splash in the media occurred when a paper published by the Archives of internal medicine reported that dietary supplements may increase mortality rates in older women. A write-up from ScienceDaily titled their piece on this, “Certain Dietary Supplements Associated with Increased Risk of Death in Older Women.”