Sup­ple­ments: Ask the Ex­pert //

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“Al­most all of us need sup­ple­ments be­cause con­tem­po­rary food sup­plies lack ad­e­quate amounts of vi­ta­mins and min­er­als, thanks to soil de­ple­tion,” says nu­tri­tion spe­cial­ist Robert Thomp­son, MD. “Most store-bought vi­ta­mins in­clude just one com­po­nent of the many com­plex molec­u­lar el­e­ments con­tained in the nat­u­rally oc­cur­ring vi­ta­min source. You need all of the nu­tri­ent com­po­nents to get the full ben­e­fits.”

Dr. Thomp­son sug­gests raw seeds, sta­bi­lized rice bran pow­der, and vine-ripened fresh fruit and berries for the best nat­u­ral sources of read­ily avail­able vi­ta­mins. For more about pur­chas­ing sup­ple­ments, visit our ed­i­tor’s blog, “The Nat­u­ral Suite,” on our sis­ter site: nat­u­ral­so­lu­tion­s­mag.com.

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