“We always eat our vegetables, drink our kale smoothies, and tear through a bag of fruit on a daily basis, right? Uh, sure, whatever.”
Which is a Better Supplement? Whole Food or Synthetic?
Facts You Should Know
As many of you already noticed, we have morphed into a society that craves unhealthy lifestyles. Many believe that they can offset the bad dietary choices with supplements. As a matter of fact almost one half of the American population takes some form of daily supplement or vitamin.
So what do we really know about supplements? Do they actually do any good? Which is best Whole Food or synthetic. How accurate is the claim that vitamins and supplements are good for you. These are some of the questions Porterfield Family Chiropractic will answer in the article below. Enjoy
The truth is most Americans are busy and make dubious dietary choices. Meat heavy, overly processed, and vegetable skimpy most like describes our meals. Some of us try to counterbalance our imperfect eating choices by taking vitamin supplements to help fuel our bodies with the proper nutrients.
Roughly half the U.S. population takes some form of vitamin supplements. We understand vitamins and minerals help protect our muscles, bones, and joints, keeps our skin and hair healthy, and boosts our immune system.
Choosing a supplement regimen seems like a healthy trend, because of our perception they are good for us. How accurate is that, really?
What’s Your Attitude With Taking Vitamins or Supplements?
Many people who are adamant about their daily intact of vitamins and supplements. They feel livelier and youthful in their approach to life and the tasks before them. They boast about improved sexual activity and physical stamina.
You may know a few of them? As a matter of fact I am one of them. I rely on vitamin and mineral supplements to provide to me (my body) that which nature can no longer do. Lets face it, nutrient levels for vegetables are a fraction of what they used to be. None the less I choose an organic diet whenever it is possible. The veggies taste real! And the vitamins and minerals will do your body some good.
You may still want to consider a dietary supplement. Just to be sure.