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DO PEOPLE REALLY NEED NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS?

Far too often we hear people say, “why not just ‘eat right’ or ‘eat a balanced diet’ or ‘eat a ton of fruits and veggies’ whenever faced with the subject of nutritional supplements. Yet the same people cannot explain how to “eat right” or define a “balanced diet.” People need nutritional supplements like NDX to help when depleted soil, diet, fitness, health, and cost become complications in your life.

Here are a few basic reasons to use nutritional supplements:

There is no definition of “eating right” and even if there was, it probably would not fit into most people’s reality. The eating habits of the average American are already far removed from the USDA dietary recommendations. On the average, Americans simply eat too many calories from simple sugars and saturated fats. Yet they consume too little potassium, fiber, calcium, vitamin D and other important nutrients mostly found in vegetables and fruits. Most people are overfed and undernourished. But even a whole-food diet of fruits and vegetables may not be enough to fulfill nutrient requirements. Without supplements, people may need to eat even more food (more calories) to get all of the nutrients their bodies need. Eating a diet that includes multiple daily servings of fruits and vegetables is good, but adding nutritional supplements can ensure that you are meeting the RDA for nutrients without excess calories.

Still not convinced? Here are a few more reasons to take supplements:

Depleted Soil - Foods grown today come from dirt, (soil) which has insufficient mineral content. The food grown today has about 25% less nutrients that food grown 30 years ago. Also, the fact that fruits and vegetables are often picked weeks and even months before we see them in the stores depletes the nutrient value even further.

Not Eating Consistently - Too many people skip meals. Skipping meals and relying on fast foods or binge meals may create hormonal imbalances that could lead to obesity, diabetes and other health issues. A better meal plan combined with nutritional supplements may help to “fill-in-the-blanks” of your nutrition plan.

Fitness - If you are an athlete or you work out regularly (or even if you just began a workout routine), your nutrient requirements are higher than a “normal” sedentary person.

Recovery - Whether you are recovering from an illness, an injury or an intense workout, nutritional supplements may provide the nutrients you need to boost your immune system and speed your recovery.

Cost - Nutritional supplements have been called “the cheapest form of health insurance” and spending a few dollars a day on nutritional supplements to improve your diet may be the greatest investment of all.

Why Natural Dynamix vitamins are the right supplements for you:

While we have found and support excellent supplement products originating from Canada and New Zealand, it's safe to say that you will never see our products sourced from anywhere other than the USA. We simply don’t believe in off-shoring for the sake of profit – especially when the World's greatest and safest supply chain remains firmly rooted in American soil. 

We have multiple product lines such as an adult gummy line, a sports nutritional line, a supplements line, and achildren’s gummy line. Our product is dairy free, egg free, gluten free, GMO free, peanut free, soy free, treenut free, and allergen free for all your needs.

When you use Natural Dynamix, you optimize your health and utilize the goods of nature that we bring to you in our awesome little bottles. Using advanced scientific discoveries, global botanical wisdom and innovative ingredients,we offer superior nutritional products to support your quest for a vibrant and active life.

References:

1). http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/daily-multivitamin-multimineral-may-help-protect-against-cancer-201210175419

2). http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/what-should-you-eat/vitamins/

3). http://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/

4). http://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/dga2010/Dieta...

5). http://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/DietarySupplemen...

April 06, 2016 by Erik Huberman