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How to Encourage Your Child to Eat Vegetables

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How to Encourage Your Child to Eat Vegetables

It is not easy to tell your child to eat vegetables especially if he is used to eating in fast food restaurants. He only knows fried chicken, burger, and fries. Worried because he is not eating healthy, you should begin including veggies in his daily meals. If you have no idea how, here are easy ways to encourage him:

1. Make a proper introduction.

The best way to let your child appreciate greens is to properly introduce each of them. Bring him to the vegetable section of the supermarket. Pick about 10 kinds and name them. Ask him to repeat what you say so he can easily remember. The next week, review him by picking the same pieces and asking him to identify them again. Do this until he is able to recognize most of the vegetables.

2. Offer him something whenever he eats your veggie specialties.
Tots love being rewarded so it may help if you tell him what he can get out of consuming greens. For instance, promise him that the family will go swimming or camping if he is able to consume every veggie that you prepare him for the whole month. Or, you will watch his favorite cartoon movie with him. Do this until he gets to enjoy eating them even without the rewards.

3. Inform your kid about the health benefits of eating vegetables.
Aside from rewarding him, you should also enlighten him about what vegetables can do to his body. Explain to him that his body needs good nutrition and these are the kinds of foods that will supply his body with the necessary nutrients. Educate him about obesity and its effects to his health, and more important, tell him that he can avoid being obese by eating veggies. Likewise, inform him that if he is healthy, he can expect to perform better in school because he is well nourished.

4. See to it that you and your spouse, as well as the other members of the household eat greens.
How will you make your child believe what you say if you or the other household members are not taking in veggies? Your rule should apply to everyone. Have everyone set as a good example.

5. Ask your child to help you in preparing your veggie recipes.
Each time you are cooking vegetables, request him to help you out in the preparation. Ask him to get everything you need in the fridge. Explain to him what you are doing and what it is for. Let him taste them while they are cooking. Always imply that both of you cooked them so he will feel proud and consequently eat them.

Remember not to force him to eat veggies because it is more likely that he will not like to eat them because he feels pressured. The proper word to guide you is “encourage”—not “scold” or “force”. Just act as normal as you can each time you serve him with these foods.

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Overcoming Procrastination

Overcoming Procrastination
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Procrastination is when you opt to delay accomplishing a task that should have been done earlier or the previous days. It is when you are not able to finish your activities for the day that before you know it, your list of to-dos is already cluttered with unfinished jobs and you no longer have an idea how to manage them anymore. Yes, this is a habit that will put your life in huge mess so you have to learn to overcome it. Here are ways how:

1. Recognize your tasks for the day and then set a time schedule for each of them. Better yet, make a to-do list. Write down tasks from your top priorities to less important. Include everything that you need to do. Break big tasks into smaller ones so you are completely guided. Each time you place a cross to an activity that you are able to complete, you will feel proud of yourself.

2. Soon as you begin each chore, learn to concentrate on it. Never think about what’s coming next or never look forward to finishing them or else you will end up being overwhelmed and doing less than you should (or worse, accomplishing nothing).

3. Avoid multi-tasking. For someone like you who are trying to stop procrastination, you should do your job one at a time. You may want—or need—to get a lot of things done but admit that you can’t. Or else, you will end up not being able to finish a single duty.

4. Do not try to come up with a perfect work all because you need to impress somebody. Do not expect too much from your project all because it is a “life and death” situation. If you try to become perfect, you are placing too much pressure on yourself. Unfortunately, perfectionism results to postponement. You will probably say “I’ll do this later. I’ll be able to do something better later. I need things to be faultless.”

5. Take a break. Do not forget to include this in your schedule. This is a requirement specially if you feel tired or nothing is already coming out of your brain. The more you lose your focus, the more you will delay your work.

6. Eliminate distractions. Do not try to open one of your social media accounts or you will be tempted to read or to post status or pictures. Likewise, do not work with the television on or you will tend to watch. As much as possible, designate a specific workplace for yourself.

7. Motivate yourself. Tell yourself, “I will do this.” Do not say “I should do this.” “Should” implies obligation and procrastinators hate this. It may also help if you read inspirational or motivational books.

To avoid procrastination, you should also prevent yourself from accepting tasks that you know you cannot possibly accomplish. Again, you will only overwhelm yourself with work. It may also do wonders if you set a fine for yourself, like treating your family members to dinner every time you procrastinate.

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Get Your Anger under Control

Get Your Anger under Control
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We get angry and it is only normal. But if you get mad for simple or wrong reasons or if you flare up every minute or every day, something is wrong with you. You are wasting your emotions, you are hurting the people around you, and you are making your world smaller each day. You are also allowing yourself to live a troubled life. It’s time to get your anger under control. Here are useful ways how:

1. Know what triggers your anger.

What makes you angry? Is it waiting for your turn in a long queue in grocery stores? Is it when people cannot follow your instructions? To be able to manage your ire, it is important that you are aware where it is coming from so you can either avoid being in the situation or make yourself prepared. For instance, you can choose to buy grocery items during off-peak hours to stay away from long queues. You can also ask another family member to do it for you.

2. Teach yourself how to cool down.

Soon as you feel that you an inch closer to flaring up, perform some techniques so you can easily chill. These include performing deep breathing, counting from 1 to 10 (repeat your count until you are calm), doing some simple stretches, and massaging your neck and scalp.

3. Seek professional help.

If your anger has become chronic, it is important that you consult with a medical expert so he can offer you therapy. He does not only help you identify the causes of your fury. He also teaches you how to manage it.

4. Find and join community support groups.

Interacting with people who have the same condition as yours can help you picture your true situation, particularly if you are still in denial. Hearing their ordeals and discovering their coping skills can contribute a lot in your improvement. However, there are some cases (such as anger caused by domestic violence) when this is not an appropriate method.

5. Recognize the symptoms.

Some individuals are not able to stop their rage all because they are not aware of the signs that they are set to burst. These symptoms include jaw clenching, tensed muscles, Goosebumps, dizziness, and shaking.

6. Sometimes, it just helps to get away.

No matter how you want to say something to defend yourself or to raise your point, you may still come in a situation when the only solution is to walk away from the scene. It may truly hurt your pride but if this is the only way to stop your outburst, why not? You can just forget about what happen or you can clear things up later when you are already in your good state of mind.

Another way to stop your wrath is to not open your mouth. Close your eyes and tell yourself to loosen up. Keep still and think. Ask yourself: “Is the situation worthy or necessitate anger?” “Will I hurt someone if I say what I want to say?” “What will be the consequences if I do not overcome this ire?” Really, you have to think forward so you can avoid getting yourself in much trouble.

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Making Your Feet Happy

Making Your Feet Happy

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Your feet can be the most overlooked parts of your body despite the fact that they also do important function for you: They carry your weight every day. This can be because of their location. It is so often that you look down. It is only now that you realize that they look so tired and dry. It’s time to make them happy and here are ways how:Wear shoes that offer comfort to your feet.
You should not always think about style when choosing which footwear to buy. You are not giving justice to your feet if you always wear shoes with high heels. Give them time to feel comfortable. In fact, make sure that they always feel relaxed. Wear flats from time to time. Likewise, buy something that gives your feet the proper room for movement.

Do not forget to wash them as you take a shower every day.
Whenever you take a bath, make sure to give the same amount of attention you give to your hands. Wash them gently to remove and avoid the accumulation of dirt. Let the soap get in between toes. Use a towel to dry them. Do not forget to apply moisturizer from the top to the bottom of your feet.

Give them the tender loving care that they need.
After a week of walking around the office, give your feet the love and attention that they need with foot soak. Place your feet in a basin of water mixed with Epsom salts and essential oil for at least ten minutes. Trim the nails and scrub corns using a pumice stone. Afterwards, wash your feet gently and apply a moisturizer.

You may also give your feet a relaxing foot massage. As you go to a center to get a body massage, do not forget about your feet. They also crave for relaxation.

Buy proper tools for your toenails.
Keep your toenails clean. Spend a few dollars for them. Buy nipper, manicuring scissor and others. Check if one or some of them are thick because this may mean that you will have to see a podiatrist because they may be suffering from fungal infections.

If you continue to neglect your feet, you will not only make them look unappealing. You will also cause them to experience pain or other foot problems. Give them the grooming that they require. It is not bad to spend some dollars to make your feet as happy as the other parts of your body.

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How to Motivate Your Kids (and Yourself) to Stop Drinking Soda

How to Motivate Your Kids (and Yourself) to Stop Drinking Soda
You’ve been telling your kids that it’s unhealthy to drink soda but they do not believe you… and why? They see you having a drink or two every day. So the issue is not only about motivating your kids to forget about pop but also making yourself a good role model. Yes, you have to live what you preach so you can become successful in your goal. Take these steps into consideration:

Never stock your fridge with soda.
The presence of soda in your fridge is enough to ruin your plan. It may be too late before you realize that one can is missing and that one of your children has already consumed it. It may also be too late for you to know that you have already opened one can. Force of habit, right?

No matter how you try to tell them that soft drinks are meant for adults, they will still be tempted because they see other kids doing the same thing. So, the best thing to do is to stop or at least minimize their exposure. Do not buy and stock soft drinks inside the fridge.

Buy or prepare fruit juices.
Encourage your children to drink fruit juices. Buy packs from grocery stores and keep them in the fridge. You may also prepare them fresh. Ask your kids to assist you during preparation so they will be more motivated to drink them.

Give them a glass of milk before sleeping and green tea during snacks.
Drinking milk is healthy for your children. Aside from this, it will also give them a sound sleep. During snack time, how about serving them a glass of green tea? This way they will know that water is not the only option.

Lecture them about the unhealthy benefits of soft drinks.
What will make your kids stay away from soda? Tell them how it affects their health. Talk to them about obesity, diabetes and other health conditions, and how they are related to drinking pops. Raising their awareness may be enough for them to consider other healthy alternatives.

Make water more exciting to drink.
Aside from preparing fresh fruit juices you may also think about making your drinking water taste more exciting. You can choose to add a slice of lemon on it. You may also look into the possibility of including two slices of cucumber or a sprig of mint to your water.

Complement your stop-drinking-soda project with healthy cooking so they can understand you more and so you can inspire yourself more on living healthy.

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How to Conquer Winter Depression in Three Simple Ways

How to Conquer Winter Depression in Three Simple Ways
There is just something about winter that can cause so many emotions to stir up inside you. Here’s three things you need to avoid getting depressed this season.
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Ever felt particularly down and out during winter season? You may be one of millions of Americans suffering from a condition called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). While the acronym for this illness is quite ironic, there’s a lot more to SAD than most people know.

How does one get SAD?

It is not yet certain what causes SAD, but strong evidence suggests that the condition is very much triggered by sunlight. Some studies suggest that decreased exposure to light, particularly those that come from the sun, can cause changes to the body’s internal biological clock. This in turn, affects a person’s mood, sleeping patterns, and hormones.

Another theory is that people who are diagnosed with this specific disorder have altered neurotransmitters, which can be corrected by getting more sunlight.

People with SAD usually experience the following symptoms:

  • Sadness

  • Irritability

  • Anxiety

  • Inability to concentrate

  • Extreme fatigue

  • Lack of energy

  • “Heavy” sensation in the limbs

  • Want to sleep all day

  • Increase craving for carbohydrates and

  • Accompanying weight gain

The main concern about this particular type of depression is that most people just regard SAD as winter blues or seasonal funk, when there are actually scientific explanations as to why so many people experience this seasonal disorder.

Here’s some of the facts about SAD:

  • Women are prone to experiencing it more than men.

  • It usually starts to show up during early adulthood.

  • While SAD is a specified type of depression and not really an individualized disorder, around half a million Americans are diagnosed with it.

  • It usually happens during fall and winter months, but there are some people who experience summer depression as well.

  • This condition is much more common in cloudy locations or those who are farther south or north of the equator.

How to Get Through Winter Depression

1. Get more sunlight.

If you are prone to experiencing symptoms of SAD, then start using a light box as soon as fall starts to end, even the symptoms aren’t there yet. Maximize your time spent under the sun, even when it’s cloudy as any type of sunlight can still help you a great deal.

2. Have a balanced diet.

Nothing beats having a deliciously nutritious meal three times a day when it comes to beating depression. Make sure what you’re eating is loaded with all sorts of vitamins and minerals. Don’t give in to your body’s cravings of carbohydrates and sweets, just stick to the healthy foods as it will give you energy that’s enough to last you the whole day.

3. Exercise, exercise.

While winter does want to make you stay inside and sit on your sofa beside the fireplace, it will only make your SAD worse. Try exercising or dancing to a custom playlist for 30 minutes a day, three to four times a week.

Of course, don’t forget to consult with a medical professional about your condition for more information on how to deal with your condition effectively. Lastly, keep a sunny attitude! After all, it’s the season of giving, so focus on making others happy and you’ll soon find yourself smiling your way to the start of the new year.

3 Most Unseemingly Toxic Household Cleaning Products Ever Manufactured

3 Most Unseemingly Toxic Household Cleaning Products Ever Manufactured
Reading the back labels of household cleaning products will inform us that chemicals are highly common in its composition to terminate bacteria and viruses. Even the simplest of cleaning products also contains these types of chemicals.

Everyday, our health is at risk because of unseen dangers. From the food we eat to who we socialize with, all of these can be toxic carriers that can bring harm to our body. Although we’ve already resolved that healthy lifestyle is the best defense for chronic pains and possible illness, we should not underestimate the environment that we live in. Sometimes the most inconspicuous thing could be the most dangerous of all.

Our home, in particular, is a den of bacteria, especially the small corners that we can’t reach. In hope to diminish these threats, we take extreme measures to eliminate any proof of their existence; little do we know that the same weapon we use against them could also cause our fast impairment. Yes, we are safe from germs, but what about toxic chemicals?

Household cleaning product manufacturers have marketed their products well:

“ …up to 30 times more disinfectant power than bleaches …”

The tone may sound promising but the reality behind it is appalling. If you’ve used bleach before then you should be familiar with the stinging, burning feel in your hands when using this product. Now, imagine that 30 times more. That is just one of the most basic effects of a chemical-based cleaning product.

Good appearance and well intentions can be misleading. So we’ve narrowed it down to three of the most unseemingly toxic household cleaners ever manufactured, to help you see that even the simplest item can be quite harmful.

  1. Dishwashing soaps

Dishwashing soaps are used in cleaning dishes after a meal to keep it safe from striving bacteria and disease carrying pests. Liquid or powder form, food contamination would still be possible because of the chemicals consisted in dishwashing soaps. This fact reflects on the number of children being poisoned per year (2.1million), which is very alarming.

The chemical residues left on dishes are not the only problem induced by dishwashing soaps. Our environment also gets affected when these chemicals gets washed down the drain, leading to water contamination, fish poisoning and increase in excessive algae.

  1. Air Fresheners

Studies show that a well ventilated and nicely scented place can make a person feel happy, and that it can also enhance their mood throughout the day. But is feeling happy enough to fight off phthalates?

Phthalates are used as plastic softeners, anti-foaming agents in aerosols, in vinyl found in children’s toys, automobiles, paints, pesticides, and in cosmetics and fragrances. A group of scientists discovered that this chemical is also responsible for reproductive abnormalities in males. Other than that, formaldehyde, petroleum distillates, aerosol propellants, and dicholorobenzene are also contained within a single scented air freshening tool.

  1. Laundry Detergents

Fashion has been widely accepted since the entrance of the 21st century. A career driven person wouldn’t want (or dare) to leave their place wearing a ketchup stain from last night’s dinner, so they (and we) make use of laundry detergents to remove stubborn stains. But in having a clean, well washed clothes what do we gain in return?

Commonly, a laundry detergent includes a petroleum distillates, or napthas, in its chemical ingredients. Napthas is a very harmful chemical linked to many chronic diseases, such as cancer, lung damage and/or inflammation, and mucous membrane damage.

Be well dressed or have a healthy body? You decide.

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Should You Lessen the Time You Spend with Your Smartphone?

Should You Lessen the Time You Spend with Your Smartphone?
Almost everyone has a smartphone nowadays, but people seem to be forgetting the health hazards associated with prolonged exposure to mobile devices.
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Connectivity is the name of the game for many individuals and businesses today. Almost everyone has a handheld device within their reach and is almost always connected to the internet, whether to communicate with friends, loved ones, and business associates or to keep up-to-date with the latest trends, news, and events.

The popularity of mobile devices is steadily increasing, as top manufacturers such Apple, Samsung, Sony, Nokia, Blackberry, HTC, Asus, Toshiba, Alcatel, and more are constantly releasing brand new models of their smartphones, tablets, and laptops every year.

The fact that people have access to almost anyone, anywhere, anytime and can get information they need about anything has made it easier for people to perform daily tasks and routine activities. There is, however, a lurking danger to being too exposed to these technological innovations.

There are some who consider mobile devices as the smoking gun of the 21st century, because there has been a notable incidence of illnesses and diseases among people who use mobile devices. One thing is for sure, if the World Health Organization sees a cause for alarm in mobile device usage, then it is definitely worth looking into.

Mobile phones emit radiofrequency waves that are a thousand times higher than what is emitted in base stations. Any prolonged exposure to these electromagnetic fields can cause an adverse effect on smartphone users. How exactly you ask? These radiofrequency waves can be transferred into our bodies and affect normal functioning.

Listed below are some of the reasons that you should cut your time spent with one of your most prized possessions. These are health risks associated with prolonged exposure to mobile devices:

  • Cancer – Yes, cancer, the dreaded disease. More and more people are developing cancer since it was discovered. It remains a puzzle as to why, despite so many medical research and cancer treatment options, the disease seems to continue to flourish.

  • Other Health Effects – Some discoveries regarding the health risks of EMF to humans are changes in sleep patterns, brain activity, and response time. Although these issues seem to be minor, it could lead to more serious health concerns.

  • Electromagnetic Interference – If you have a pacemaker, hearing aid, or other similar medical devices, EMFs can disrupt the operation of the device you are using, although this issue has been resolved or reduced in newer versions of smartphones. There is also a concern with regards to how EMF can affect aircraft electronics and flight systems, which is mobile phone usage is controlled in aircrafts.

  • Vehicular Accidents – There are many reported incidents of automobile accidents wherein one of the involved parties are using smartphones and other mobile devices while driving, regardless of whether the devices are handheld or used with a hands-free kit.

If you’re waiting to read about brain tumors, you can relax for now because a direct link between mobile device usage and brain tumor development has not been established. Much has yet to be discovered about this specific area of concern, but this does not mean you can continue on using your smartphone without practicing an ounce of caution.

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Natural Ways to Ease Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Natural Ways to Ease Anxiety and Panic Attacks
If anxiety and panic attacks are a natural occurrence in your household, then it’s about time you learn about natural remedies for these conditions.

When dealing with anxiety and panic attacks, you need to remember that you’re not the only suffering from such episodes. We all have moments in our life where we get upset, worried, or anxious over certain issues. It can be about love, family, health, career, or money that we are concerned about and our emotions soon become the better of us. For individuals experiencing this situation, the first thing that comes to their minds is to take medication and seek professional help.

Although it is indeed a good idea to consult a doctor to know whether you have a condition or simply experiencing more stress than usual, it is important for you to know that there are many safe remedies to ease your anxieties. From simple mind-body techniques to natural food supplements, you won’t have to rely heavily on medications to get rid of panic attacks that can be detrimental to your overall health if experienced often.

Some of these treatments offer instant relief, while some can help lessen your anxiety over a certain period of time.

  • Chamomile – If at a crucial time, your jitters are starting to get the better of you, a cup of chamomile tea is just the thing you need to calm down. There are compounds in chamomile, specifically apigenin, luteolin, and bisabolol that reportedly help relax blood vessels and smooth muscle fibers.

  • Green tea – An amino acid found in green tea, which is called L-theanine, aids in curbing an increasing heart rate and blood pressure. Make sure, however, that you drink at least five cups throughout the day to get the desired effect. Green tea is also attributed to Japanese Buddhist monks’ incredible concentration, as they can meditate for many hours while staying alert and relaxed.

  • Valerian – While there are some herbal supplements that reduce anxiety without making you feel drowsy, there are some that help you treat anxieties by making a person sleep. Let’s face it, sometimes all you need is to doze off for a few minutes to a couple of hours. You’ll wake up energized and devoid of those unwanted panic attacks that’s keeping you from being productive.
    Usually taken as a capsule or a tincture, always remember to take it in the evening before you sleep and not before going to work or you’ll end up explaining to your boss why you dozed off in the office.Please note, however, that if you would like to take sedatives, make sure you consult with your doctor first. This is especially important if you are taking medications of any sort.

  • Breathing Exercises – One of the most effective and natural ways to ease any form of anxiety attacks is to practice proper breathing techniques. Yoga breathing exercises in particular has been reported to be extra helpful in lowering stress and minimizing feelings of anxiety. Deep breathing helps tackle one crucial symptom of panic attacks, which is short, rapid breathing. Once you start breathing deeply, your anxiety will come to a stop because they cannot occur at the same time.

  • Avoid Hunger – During an anxiety attack, one of the most common reasons is that blood sugar levels are dropping. The best way to solve this is to have a quick snack, such as a handful of walnuts or a small block of dark chocolate. You can pair this with a glass of water or a warm cup of tea.
    Like many other instances where health is involved, proper diet is also the key to reducing anxiety. Eat plenty of grains, meat, seafood, plenty of leafy greens (such as kale), and generous amounts of food with phytonutrients to help reduce the occurrence of future anxiety attacks.

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What You Need to Know about Your Multivitamins

What You Need to Know about Your Multivitamins
Discover things that you probably do not know about multivitamins and learn how to choose the right multivitamin brand that’s best for you.

It does not come as a surprise if almost everyone you know has their supply of multivitamins stored safely in their homes. Since the purpose of supplements is to provide your body with nutrients it needs that you cannot provide with just your regular diet, many people turn to multivitamin capsules to complete their recommended daily intake of vitamins and minerals.

Types of Multivitamins

There are various types of multivitamins that caters to a specific preference or addresses the needs of a certain age group.

  • Basic Multivitamins – These are those one-pill wonders that claim to offer 100 percent of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for vitamins, the guidelines of which are suggested by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences. Many brands today also include essential minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium but fall a bit short of the RDA because the size of the pill would be too large to swallow if the RDA is to be followed.

  • Food-Based – These types of multivitamins are basically powdered whole foods that are combined with vitamins and shaped into capsules. Since this variety is very much like real food in terms of consistency, they are absorbed much more easily and minimizes the chances of gastric disturbances. They can also be taken on an empty stomach.

  • Adult Chewables – If you are the type that has difficulty swallowing those large multivitamin capsules, then chewables are for you. It also lowers the occurrence of gastric distress when pills are swallowed as a  whole.

The Lowdown

These vitamin supplements are promoted by so many multivitamin manufacturers to be one of the best ways to obtain all the essential nutrients without having to eat so much food. The truth, however, is less than pleasing to the ears, as these compact nutrients are frequently processed using petroleum derivatives or hydrogenated sugars.

Even though they are often called natural, many of these vitamins are made of isolated substances that are crystalline in structure. This characteristic is the exact opposite of those vitamins that are naturally found in food, which are definitely not crystalline and are never isolated.

Vitamins that are naturally found in real food differ in its chemical and structural composition. This is why many naturopaths consider chemically produced multivitamins as imitations and not actual vitamins.

Oftentimes, brand manufacturers place so many ingredients inside a capsule or a pill because there is no regulation that explicitly lists down what kinds of nutrients or ingredients are allowed to be put on these supplements. This is why it is always so important to read between the lines and be vigilant about what you are taking.

When a product lists so many good ingredients, it is naturally tempting to think that you have found your wonder-supplement. The best thing to do is to check the label from the top to the bottom of the list. It is usually the first ingredient that has the most amount. As you start getting to bottom of the list, the concentration of vitamins and minerals diminishes. When you get to the very bottom you would usually find essential herbs listed as a proprietary blend of a particular extract or what not.

Many individuals frequently ask why a conventional one-a-day vitamin is not really a good supplement. The answer is that these one-a-day pills are not as good as the manufacturers claim them to be because all the essential nutrients that a person needs simply cannot be compressed into just one pill. Fat soluble vitamins such as A, D, and E, should be placed in a gel capsule, while other vitamins and minerals are better in capsules because it allows for faster dissolution when ingested.

Since it will be very confusing to determine which exactly is the best multivitamin supplement, it would be better to ask for professional help, particularly a nutritionist, a naturopath, or a pharmacist.

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