Correct Your Health Addresses the Multi-Vitamin Controversy

Correct Your Health Addresses the Multi-Vitamin Controversy

Correct Your Health Addresses the Multi-Vitamin Controversy

Over the counter (OTC) multi-vitamin supplements have long been recommended, especially for those with poor diets.

April 01, 2018 ( datsyn.com) – North York, Canada – Now some physicians say vitamins have few benefits. To help people obtain the information they need about vitamins and other health topics, Daniel Walker launched Correct Your Health.

“Correct Your Health aims to provide valuable information on the best nutritional products, workout programs, dietary supplements, sports nutrition, oral care, foot care, hair care and much more,” said Walker.

Choosing the best multi-vitamins and supplements can be confusing. Those opposed to OTC vitamins claim that the concept of improving or maintaining health with a multi-vitamin isn’t supported by scientific evidence, that they may cause adverse reactions, and that the benefits are a myth perpetrated by nutraceutical companies eager only for profits.

Researchers from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University and other well-respected institutions believe that multi-vitamins improve overall health and fill gaps in nutrition not obtained through diet. They say vitamins do no harm and are worth the pennies per day people pay for them.

Vitamin and mineral supplements have been recommended for more than 100 years. Developed in the early 1900s, multi-vitamins were created to address deficits in consumer diets due to malnutrition and early food processing techniques that resulted in destroying nutritional value.

No matter which side of the vitamin debate that people support, Correct Your Health provides an online guide designed to provide information on topics ranging from healthy snacks, weight loss supplements that actually work, remedies for a painful or diabetic foot, and healthy lifestyle tips. Links are also provided to reputable merchants offering the best prices on the products consumers want most.

Consumers will also find information in the form of articles and videos on different types of diets, best supplements to enhance athletic performance, and herbal teas for different usages. Readers will learn about supplements to enhance sexual performance and the value of colostrum, along with tips on hair care and massage therapy. 

The vitamin debate rages on with no abatement in sight and Correct Your Health is committed to providing individuals with the health-related information they need on a multitude of topics. The one-stop online resource offers individuals tips to help keep them healthy at every stage of their lives. 

 

Source: PR