Is it true the science world is divided as to whether vitamin supplements work as or nearly as well as natural vitamins?
I have been advised to take supplements and they are expensive here in UK
- oldcraggyguyLv 63 weeks ago
Those "expensive" supplements are refined and tested. They are pure and contain what the label says in the quantities stated on the label.. Otherwise, you are buying bulls**t in a bottle.
- 1 month ago
Natural vitamins are not in their concentrated state. Example instead of taking Vitamin K, eat a green apple. Our foods are our main supplier of vitamins. When we supplement them is when we want to receive a more concentrated amount of the substance. So if you are advised to supplement this means to take a higher concentration of vitamins in there processed form.
- oil field trashLv 72 months ago
Vitamins have a specific molecular structure. Your body doesn't know if a vitamin come from food or a supplement.
- k wLv 72 months ago
organic and synthetic....you want the organic...maybe ordering from amazon would be better, but don't know...
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- Anonymous2 months ago
If we do not have the foods with the necessary Vit.s we need; then best to get them in pill form. So our body won't be lacking in what is needed!
Pray to GOD also. To know/learn all we do need. To find our answers.
With GOD comes LOVE also!
- Nine LivesLv 72 months ago
Let me say it this way:
Naturopathy says we need to support our body because the soil is empty today to become/stay healthy.
Mafia CDC/WHO etc. claim that everything is OK and we don't need; CDC even wants vitamins to count as medicine so that they can sell it for hundreds of dollars.
We need lots...tons of minerals, vitamins and trace elements.
- PetterLv 72 months ago
Yes, I have even seen studies that show that vitamin supplements can be really bad for your health.
- Red FoxLv 72 months ago
It's the scientific consensus that vitamin supplements generally don't work, and often supply the wrong doses (too high or too low). A balanced diet is the best choice.