In our previous post we discussed the rules surrounding expiration dates on vitamin bottles and we came to the conclusion that it’s probably best to dispose of expired vitamins, as they are less likely to be effective. In this post, we thought it would be beneficial to dig a little deeper and explore the safe places where vitamins could be stored to ensure ultimate freshness.
In our previous post, we scratched the surface of the better ingredients to search for in your multivitamin. There are a few more essential components that help make up a perfect cocktail of ingredients for your multivitamin.
In our previous post we started what can be a long journey into the world of vitamins. While there are a multitude of options out there, sometimes a simple multivitamin does the trick, but how do you know exactly what to look for in a multivitamin when there are so many to choose from? You can fill your fridge with all the healthiest foods in the world, and still be lacking in some very important nutrients. Here are a few key ingredients to look for to ensure you will have a successful trip down the vitamin aisle.
If you’ve been in a drug store lately and dare set foot in the vitamin aisle, you’ve likely left feeling incredibly confused. Packaging boasting of more energy, better sleep and overall health, are some of the many promises that this plethora of over-the-counter vitamins promise you. For a little peace of mind, we decided to clear a few things up about what vitamins not to take, and more importantly, how to know.