Natural_vitamin_supplements by marcusjames

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									Title:
Natural vitamin supplements

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405

Summary:
Science has proved repeatedly that synthetic products are not as well
tolerated as natural vitamins supplements. Unlike the ones extracted from
various herbs, pharmaceutical compounds sold under the name of mineral
and vitamin supplements require a high effort on the part of the body for
adequate and healthy processing.


Keywords:
Natural vitamin supplements


Article Body:
Science has proved repeatedly that synthetic products are not as well
tolerated as natural vitamins supplements. Unlike the ones extracted from
various herbs, pharmaceutical compounds sold under the name of mineral
and vitamin supplements require a high effort on the part of the body for
adequate and healthy processing. Moreover, the assimilation rate of
synthetic compounds is a lot lower than that of natural vitamin
supplements, which is why the latter are usually favored when it comes to
diet support. Presently, it is beyond any doubt that the best source of
vitamins and minerals is Mother Nature, and this “nature-oriented” trend
is gaining prominence.

Natural vitamin supplements do not overload the body and immediately pass
into the blood flow, once they are identified as easy to process. Many
people have actually taken the habit of administrating the natural
vitamin supplements during meals because of the widespread belief that
they will be better absorbed. As a matter of fact, natural vitamin
supplements do not depend on specific times of the day in order to have
an optimum action, they can be taken with or without food, any time you
like. The general recommendation is that you administrate the supplement
in the morning, so as to benefit from the boost of energy throughout the
entire work day.

Plenty of herbs, fruits and vegetables lie at the basis of the
manufacturing process of natural vitamin supplements. Lemons, limes and
kiwis for instance provide a great source of vitamin C, but little do
people know that the wild rose extract is even richer in vitamin C.
Hence, don't be surprised to read the name of such a herb on the natural
vitamin supplements you are taking. Over the last decade, there has also
been an upsurge in the interest shown towards the great benefits of
certain seaweed and algae for human health.

Natural vitamin supplements that include high concentrations of
spirulina, chlorella and other green-blue algae are totally positive in
the action they have on the body. Unlike any other vitamin and mineral
supplement, they have absolutely no side effects, allowing long-term or
indefinite administration. Actually, in certain parts of the world, such
seaweeds are part of the regular diet of native African tribes that
prepare them in bread-like food items. All in all, the popularity of such
natural miraculous remedies can definitely mean one thing: people are
every day more preoccupied with the return to natural vitamin
supplements.

								
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