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?
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You store your vitamins in a special cabinet away from the heat and humidity of the kitchen and bathroom. You take them at the same time every day, with a tall glass of water. But did you know there’s a big difference between certain common supplements – one that affects how and when you should take them?
Some of us have always been vitamins/supplements fans—but many of us first became introduced to the concept of nutritional supplementation when we became pregnant. After all, the first thing your OB/GYN says to you after “congratulations” usually is, “Start taking those prenatal vitamins—now!” Once baby arrives, you might be wondering whether vitamins would be beneficial for her, too.
Sublingual supplements are simple – no chalky tablets to chew or bulky capsules to swallow. Just place the tiny tablet under your tongue and move on with your life.
But have you noticed that some products take fooooorever to dissolve?
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