Whether you’re interested in filling in nutrient gaps in a less-than-perfect diet or want to support a specific area of health, taking dietary supplements is a go-to solution for millions of Americans today. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports than more than half of U.S. adults currently use one or more supplements—with multi-vitamins topping the most-popular list.
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Busy schedules often top the list of excuses for not preparing and eating nutritious, health-supporting meals. Fortunately, many people take multi-vitamins to fill in gaps when it’s impossible to eat right. But did you know that, in addition to providing a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals, many multi-vitamin supplements contain “extras” that might be missing from your diet?
If mac and cheese, chicken nuggets and pizza end up on your dinner table more often than you’d like, a “side” of multi-vitamins might be in order! Whether your kids are picky eaters, junk-food junkies or mini health nuts, a good multi can help cover any nutrient gaps in their diets, while also steering them toward healthier life habits.
Hear what international fitness model, author and mother of two Jennifer Nicole Lee has to say about getting the whole family to take vitamins in this quick, informative video.
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