There are huge differences in vitamins. The best approach is common sense – what is in food? As you know, food fuels our bodies and is the tools for repair. Would it also be reasonable to think that our vitamins / supplements should be food-based as well? You’re right – the answer is yes! Most everything on the market is SYNTHETIC AND FRACTIONATED – CREATED IN A LAB. How can you tell – being the consumer, what is good and what is not? Look at the ingredients. If you see exact measured, individual vitamins, then that supplement is synthetic and the body will reject it. The body doesn’t understand what isolated / individual vitamins and amino acids are. Also..it’s not the quantity that matters, but the quality. Lemon juice (23 mg of food-based vitamin C) compared to 500 mg of ascorbic acid for people with scurvy (a vitamin C deficiency) out-performs synthetic vitamin C. The bottom line – use food-based nutrition!
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