Special Diet? Take a Multivitamin

September 6, 2017

Popular alternative diets might not being giving you the nutrition you need. Take one of the biggest: cutting out gluten. According to a study, not only are most people fine to eat gluten, leaving it out might mean leaving out key nutrients. Many gluten free foods just don’t have the comparative macronutrients, micronutrients, or trace elements.

That means doctors are seeing more patients with one or more deficiencies, including B Vitamins. There’s also been a correlation between special diets and adverse health markers, like weight gain, high cholesterol, pre-diabetes/diabetes, and high blood pressure.

If you want to follow a special diet, give extra consideration to the foods you do choose to eat. Not all alternate flours are made equally, for instance. What bakes the best might not be the most nutrient rich, so balance it out somewhere else in your diet.

The easiest way to make sure you’re getting all the nutrients you need is with a daily multivitamin (or two) which provides a safety net to your daily diet. Even people with healthy diets can benefit from a daily multivitamin; you’re just not going to eat enough each day to achieve the amazing variety modernity makes available without one.

Vita One is a high quality general multivitamin that’s perfect for anyone who needs extra coverage on their diet. It’s balanced with nutrients that work together to support health, and they’re complementary to other Welltrient multivitamins. Chosen for freshness, the nutrients in Vita One are in their bioavailable, or more easily digestible forms, which is better for people with sensitive digestion like bowel inflammation, or just an aging digestive tract.

Round out your diet today with Vita One.

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