Donít be swayed by price, and plump only for the cheapest.
In the case of supplements the old adage "you get what you
pay for" is very true. Prices generally reflect level of
research, preparation and ultimately quality control invested in
attempt to self-treat health problems
with specific vitamin or mineral formulas without first gaining
the advice of your family doctor or a qualified nutritionist.
care when reducing doses.
If you are taking regular supplements, and have been doing so
for some time, never abruptly stop taking them: gradually reduce
your dose and allow your body to adjust gently.
Here are a
few great places to buy nutritional supplements and vitamins.
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herbs, vitamins, tea, and more from AllHerb.com at 25-50% off.
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Dr. Sims is the Medical Director of FitStop, the UK's foremost
group of health and fitness centers, and an expert on matters
relating to fitness of body and mind. Having trained as a GP, he
now works full-time in health promotion and has written
extensively on the subject, including a monthly medical column
in Mensa magazine. Dr. Sims was the original Virgin.Net online
doctor. Article courtesy of MediaPeak, http://mediapeak.com