A multivitamin? Who needs that? Likely most of us in Preston.
Does this scenario sound familiar...?
"Sam has to be picked up at 4 and to practice by 4:15. Mark has to be picked up at 3:45 and dropped at the Preston pool at 4. Sam is done at 5:30 and Mark is done at 5. What about dinner before the meeting at 7:30 and Sam has to be at the game at 8. I'll just grab something for us to eat in the car." … Whew!
Our lives are so fast paced that life In Preston tends to be busy indeed! We are running and multi-tasking like crazy. If we have a second to consider the food we are nourishing ourselves with, let alone our family members, we may feel a tad guilty, knowing that we should eat more nutritiously. But, as we all know, that moment is fleeting, and we are back to our frenetic lives full of junk food here and there.
This is where dietary supplements come into play. Multivitamin supplements may fill in those nutritional gaps. Even if you can't make it to Chiropractic Associates for a chiropractic Cox Technic adjustment as often as you should or make time to exercise every day, taking a simple dietary supplement may be an easy, reasonable addition.
Who in Preston uses Multivitamin Supplements?
Multinutrient-multivitamin supplements are the most frequently used dietary supplements. About half of the population in the U.S. use dietary supplements. (1) Most people take a multinutrient-multivitamin once a day on a regular basis. (1)
Obese adults use dietary supplements least, and dietary supplements are used most by non-Hispanic whites, older people, and those educated more than high-school. (1) 47% of supplement users take just one supplement. (2) Seventy percent of adults 71 years or older take dietary supplements. (1)
Why take Multivitamin - Multimineral Supplements?
- Improve mood
- Decrease fatigue
- Manage stress better
- Live healthier and happier
Use of a multivitamin supplement is associated with healthier lifestyle choices like not smoking, having a low body mass index, being more physically active and exercising more. (3)
Users of multivitamin-multimineral supplements are less likely to have low blood nutrient concentrations, elevated blood pressure and diabetes. (4) Multivitamin-multimineral supplementation may be more healing of the effects of chronic stress on the brain and heart than plain vitamin treatment alone. (5) At Chiropractic Associates your overall health is considered, and stress relief is good!
Multivitamin-multimineral supplementation decreased the negative effects of extended task completion on mood and fatigue. (6) Multimineral-multivitamin supplementation increased the performance of multi-tasking accuracy and speed. (6)
Chiropractic Associates wants you to know that taking a multivitamin-multimineral supplement daily lowers infectious disease by 31%. (7) One daily vitamin tablet for 30 days halves the length of a hospital stay, the complications and the death rate of elderly patients recovering from a fractured femur. (8)
Hospital charges for birth defects, low birth weight premature births, and coronary heart disease could be cut in half by daily use of folic acid, zinc in women, and Vitamin E in over-age 50 years adults. (9) A multivitamin-micronutrient supplement taken from early pregnancy may be beneficial to mother and child as it improves nutrient status. (10)
Imagine what a multivitamin supplement might do for you. It is quite possible that healthy members of the general population even in Preston may well benefit from improved levels of vitamins and minerals by direct dietary supplementation. (6)
It seems so straightforward: choose to take one multivitamin a day. So please consider how dietary supplementation with a multivitamin-multimineral supplement on a daily basis might improve you and your family...in between all the unending activity in your normal, crazy life. Is it time for a multivitamin supplement talk with Chiropractic Associates in Preston?
Contact Chiropractic Associates today for more information about the benefits of a multivitamin supplement.
References for A Multivitamin for Me? Really? YES!