What is a Good Supplement Program?
Finding a good supplement program isn’t as easy as taking a one-a-day multivitamin and calling it a day. Every person is different and so are their nutritional needs.
The first thing one should do when wanting to add more nutrients and vitamins to their nutrition is to stop eating processed foods. Anything that comes in a box, can or wrapper is considered processed…even if it says natural and organic!
Fill those nutritional gaps with whole, real food. Fruits and vegetables have the highest concentration of vitamins and minerals.
If you want to cover your ass, take a high-quality multivitamin from Biotics Research or BioMatrix.
That being said, it is still important to remember that as an individual with individual needs, it is recommended that you consult with a specialist that can help you design a specific supplement protocol program.
Rich Jacobs is a Board Certified Integrative and Functional Nutrition Practitioner who specializes in resolving gut, insomnia, low libido, fatigue and fat issues. He uses a holistic approach and functional lab work to identify root causes such as hormone imbalances or gut pathogens that could be impacting your health.