Wellness as defined by The Foundation for Wellness Professionals is considered care without drugs that can not only eliminate health problems but prevent them. I have always been a supporter of natural health and eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Sometimes though it isn’t always possible to maintain a balanced diet and nutritional supplements may be helpful to achieve the recommended vitamin and mineral requirements our bodies need to function well. How do you know what is a good supplement to purchase? I came across a web site, multivitaminguide.org, which provides helpful information regarding nutritional supplement effectiveness. This guide is provided by VitaLab which is an independent organization providing unbiased information on nutritional supplements. They did a study of 100 multivitamin brands to analyze their effectiveness and value for your money. Visit their web site to see how your multivitamin rates.
Keep in mind it is recommended to still maintain a healthy diet with fresh fruits and vegetables while taking nutritional supplements. Be sure to include these on your grocery list.