Yup, according to science there are some (but they may not be what you think)…
What’s the real deal with multivitamin supplements (from someone who is not trying to sell you any)?
What does the science really say?
Are multivitamins risky?
Should I take a multivitamin?
Are they worth it?
0:40 Unbranded & hype-free
1:04 What exactly is a multivitamin?
1:49 Multivitamin benefit #1
2:23 Multivitamin safety tips (3 of them)
3:38 Multivitamin benefit #2
4:59 Multivitamin benefit #3
7:28 Multivitamin benefit #4
8:56 Multivitamin benefit #5
9:09 Multivitamin benefit #6
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Are you taking too many supplements?
Do you think you might be spending money on supplements that are not helping any more (or possibly never did)?
Or that they may interact or cause an unwanted side effect?
I can definitely help you!
I’ll go through your supplement regimen with both my scientific and medical safety hats on to give you the real evidence-based evaluation on your supplements.
What you can expect:
Each supplement will be in a chart clearly outlining:
the known health benefits and approved uses, and
the known risks, cautions and warnings so you don’t take something that may not be good for your particular situation
If you’d like a quick consult as well, we can book one to go over the chart and answer your questions
We don’t eat enough nutrients:
Our blood levels are low in key nutrients:
Multivitamin Benefits #1 – #6:
Multivitamin Benefit #1 – They’re safe:
Multivitamin Benefits #2 & #3 – They can help fill small nutrition gaps:
Multivitamin Benefits #4, 5 & 6 – They can reduce risk of a few diseases:
Leading causes of death in Canada (Nope, it’s not heart disease & stroke):
Leesa Klich is a science-based holistic nutritionist living at the intersection of science and holistic health (it’s really, really interesting here!) 🙂
At Nutrition Interactions she empowers women to optimize their bone health using foods, supplements and lifestyle upgrades. She also helps holistic-minded people taking medications maximize the benefits of good nutrition; as well as holistic health professionals find and understand science-based health information.
She has a MSc in Toxicology and Nutritional Science, over a decade experience in drug/supplement safety, and is also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. For a list of free health resources, click here.
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What Leesa is reading now:
I love the NutritionFacts.org site, it’s definitely one of my “go-to’s” when it comes to nutrition and health information
How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease by Michael Greger, MD
Part 1 includes chapters for “How not to die from:” heart/lung/brain, etc. diseases with almost 3,000 scientific references; Part 2 has Dr. Greger’s favourite recipes, kitchen gadgets, brands, etc.. I’m looking forward to reading this!
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