Selecting Supplements: LabDoor

Good day Peers

I read this post in a blog I follow and, since so many of us also use supplements to increase our well being, I felt her information was important to pass on here. Please take note of her comment about ” levels of arsenic” in one commonly used supplement! If we are already chronically living with any medical issue, we don’t need to compromise our health with items we believe are assisting us to live better; do your own homework as well as trying out the site she found to assist us. Personal responsibility is key to finding our path to our best life.

Do you take vitamins, minerals and/or other types of supplements? I take what seems to be a ridiculous amount of supplements. Some are recommended by my doctor, and others make sense for energy, good sleep, immune system and thyroid support, better digestion, etc. I make my purchasing decisions based on convenience (# of pills & size), brand familiarity, cost and customer reviews. This has always felt wrong to me, but I had no other way to decide which was the best one to pick.

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Recently, I went on the hunt to find a better magnesium supplement. I have been taking a NOW brand, Magnesium Citrate 400 mg a day for a while, but it requires me to swallow two, gigantic pills at night. They are so big, that they actually hurt my throat.

Magnesium is a complicated subject. There are many forms available, some are more absorbable than others, someā€¦

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