Choose whole-food supplements for best digestion and absorption.

Lunch Hour Lesson #48

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In my nutrition practice, I do like to focus on food first before recommending isolated nutrient supplements. However, all of the supplements on this top 5 list are actually whole-foods themselves, so they can easily be a part of a daily diet without the risk of causing nutrient imbalances.

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Also, these supplements are all safe for any age and stage, from children to adults, pregnant women, and the elderly.

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I will list where you can purchase each of these, but I also do sell a few of them for a 10% discount through my online dispensary. Please contact me if you are interested in this.

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Whole-Food Multivitamin/Multimineral

Some feel that a multivitamin is unnecessary if you’re eating a “healthy” diet, but since most food is not as nutrient dense as it used to be due to soil degradation, I put this in the “can’t hurt and probably necessary” category. VERY important to get a high quality brand that is directly processed from whole foods vs. synthetic vitamins and minerals. What I use: MegaFood. They have multiple formulations for women, men, women/men over 40, prenatal, and kids. Can purchase on Amazon.

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Please let me know if you have questions about any of these recommendations!

Weekend Tip

Research one of the brands that I recommend in this week’s lunch hour lesson and decide if their product is something you would be interested in incorporating into your daily diet.

Lunch Hour Lesson #48: My Top 5 Nutritional Supplements

Posted by Allison Mädl Nutritional Therapy and Education on Wednesday, October 9, 2019