Who Uses Nutritional Supplements?

According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over half of all adult Americans (76 million) uses nutritional supplements.

A study by the National Health and Nutritional Center Surveys finds in the last five years, almost seventy percent of Americans have used dietary supplements.

The study goes on to say people who take nutritional supplements are more likely to practice other healthy habits such as eating nutritious foods, exercising, watching their weight. making sure to get enough sleep at night and regularly going to the doctor.

Do you put the odds for good health in your favor by using nutritional supplements?

P.S. A 2002 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, using thirty-six years of data, concluded that, regardless of age or health, everyone needs to supplement.

Their study showed people who did not get enough nutrition were at an increased risk of disease, including heart disease and cancer.

By the way, not all supplements are created equal. Synthetic supplements, created in a lab, cause chemical imbalances within your cells, resulting in an increased risk of disease and more.

That's why it’s critical to use the right kind of supplements, made from real food. Otherwise, you’re better off taking nothing.

P.P.S. Each year, 76 million Americans spend 14 billion dollars on vitamins and supplements. Yet most are not doing them any good.

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