Health & Nutrition

nutri-physical-analysis

Is diet alone enough to ensure that we get the proper amounts of all the vitamins and minerals that are needed by our bodies on a daily basis? Research says, “no.”

Studies have shown that the average person would need to consume a whole host of veggies and fruits (amounting to a whopping 3,000 calories!) each day in order to get the full day’s supply of vitamins and minerals. Unless you are free to cook and eat pretty much all day long, this just isn’t going to work for you even short-term, and certainly not long-term. So, what’s a person in search of a new healthy lifestyle to do? Enter: everyone’s favorite go-to supplement, “The Multivitamin.”

But, BEWARE! Not all multivitamins are created equal. The last thing you want to do is spend your hard-earned cash on a supplement that just gets digested away without absorption of the nutrients, or worse yet passes through your system partially (or completely) undigested. Pharmaceutical grade, bio-available nutritional supplements are the way to go if you want to get the most bang for your buck. But, with so many different supplements out there, how do you know which ones will address your individual concerns and challenges? Is a Multivitamin enough? Do you need to take additional supplements? If so, which ones?

Many people decide to go to a vitamin store and ask questions of the sales people, but I ask you, do you really want to get your nutritional advice from a teenager making minimum wage? Here’s a better option: Click here to complete your own personal nutritional assessment, then contact me to schedule a phone consultation to discuss your results.

The best day to begin the journey to wellness is TODAY.

Tom Gibson