Bottom line: Many people just aren't meeting the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamins and minerals. And even people that eat plenty of fruits and veggies don't either, thanks to current farming practices and mass food production.
And here's a really interesting study from the Journal of the American Medical Association that states, "it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements."(Check out the study on their website here: http://tinyurl.com/jama-vitamins )
Additionally, a high-quality multi-vitamin supplement may help:
To prevent diseases
Get the RDA of vital nutrients
Combat nutrient deficiencies in foods
Promote consistent nutrient intake
Long story short:
A great way to provide your body with the nutritional foundation you need each day is a Whole Foods based multi-vitamin. I'm a proud Prograde Nutrition partner and they have a terrific product called VGF 25+ that is made from 25 veggies, greens and fruits. The best part is you can try Prograde's VGF 25+ for FREE! (There's just a small S & H charge) http://dempseysresolution.getprograde.com/vgf25-free-trial.html
Hope this info helps you out. I'll be back with more quick tips to help you meet all your health and fitness goals.
Yours in health,
Dempsey's Resolution Fitness
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