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In today’s busy world, multitasking is the norm. Shouldn’t your vitamin be able to do the same? Nature Made multivitamin and multimineral supplements are created to do more, so you can too.
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Taking a multivitamin doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you. In fact, many people use them for promoting overall health. Nearly 50% of American adults take a daily multivitamin supplement regularly to help prevent nutritional deficiencies. Whether it’s supporting a healthy heart, supporting the immune system or promoting eye health, the reasons to take a multivitamin or mineral supplement are almost as diverse as the formulas available.
Nature Made multivitamins are created for your unique life stages and lifestyle. From age-related interests to specific times and events in your life to changes in activity levels and gender-related concerns, each formula is developed to help provide the foundation for healthy living and enhanced well-being.
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Colors that Make Up Your Diet, Part 2: Red
Pack more nutrition into your diet by eating a wide variety of colors in your diet. Red foods such as fresh red peppers, tomatoes, strawberries, pomegranates, cherries, raspberries and radishes that fill the farmer's markets, not only are colorful, but are packed with nutrients essential for your good health.
Top 5 Supplements for Good Health
The right program of vitamin supplements can help deliver a natural recipe for fulfilling a healthy diet and supporting overall health. With so many supplements to choose from, here is a list of the top five supplements to create a powerful core regimen for good health in the new year.
A Multi A Day!
Multivitamins are an easy, convenient way to help ensure that your body gets all of the nutritional support it needs every day. But how to choose? With so many choices out there, the Wellness Advisor asked our Wellness Expert, Lynn Laboranti, MS RD, to help us sort through he differences and make the right choice about which multivitamin you should be taking.
Commonly Asked Questions About Vitamins
If you have unanswered questions about vitamins and supplements, you are not alone. Over 50% of Americans take supplements, yet many aren’t sure which ones to take, how much to take or even when to take them. To clear up the confusion, the Wellness Advisor has put together answers to your most commonly asked questions about vitamins and supplements.
Starting or Updating Your Vitamin Regimen
Making the decision to lead a healthier lifestyle is fairly easy, but putting it into practice on a daily basis is more difficult. Busy lifestyles often interfere with efforts to eat a more balanced, healthier diet. Have you ever tried to eat 5-6 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables everyday? It’s no secret that most Americans don’t follow the guidelines set by the food guide pyramid. Fortunately, supplements are there to fill in the nutritional gaps.
Tips to Getting Enough Calcium
Making sure you get adequate amounts of calcium every day is essential for bone health and to help prevent osteoporosis later in life. Getting adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D is one essential step to optimizing bone health. Furthermore, low blood calcium levels may also cause muscle spasms and leg cramps. Bottom line: You do need to get enough calcium every day for good health and to maintain strong healthy bones for life.