It’s overwhelming when you walk into a health food store to get just a few healthy vitamins.
Which vitamins do you really need out of the thousands on the shelf?
They are all good for you, but how do you reign in the number of healthy vitamins out there?
What’s the best for YOU?
My 3 Favorites
Choosing from the many healthy supplements out there, these are the 3 most important that I’d choose if I had to limit what vitamins I could take regularly.
- a quality multi-vitamin
- B3 niacin
- Vitamin C from fruit sources (do not use vitamin C from corn to avoid stomach issues)
If these three vitamins were all that you could access, you’d have the primary vitamins that your body needs daily to keep its immune system strong.
My Favorite Brands
I am always updating the Hullistic Market, which is my website where I recommend the top product brands on the market.
Healthy product brands come and go, so it’s hard to keep my recommendations up to date, but at least you’ll know the best brands to shop for when you buy online or walk into a health food store searching for the best vitamins on the market.
What I Recommend
When you are searching for good nutritional programs and the best vitamins for the price, first learn what your body needs. This way, you won’t waste your time or money on supplements that your body doesn’t need.
You do this by having a hair analysis done – the hair analysis shows 32 of the most common, and critical, essential nutrient levels inside of you. This way, you’ll know for sure what your vitamin levels are right now. This means that you’ll know what supplements that you should buy.
Never get overwhelmed when seeking a healthy program to secure your health and wellness. Start slowly; do your homework, and learn all that you can. Keep it simple. Keep it real.
Learn to enjoy your new, healthy lifestyle. Start with a good multivitamin, a quality vitamin C, and B3 niacin.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.