When you start a new activity or just generally become more active, be sure to increase your nutritional support. If you’re not already taking a daily multivitamin, it’s a good time to start. If you are, it might be time to take a little more.
If you’re an average American, there’s at least a few nutrients you’re likely to be slightly deficient from—like Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, and others. A daily multivitamin helps make sure you’re getting all your nutrition each day.
When you start changing your diet or exercise habits, you might need a little more. If you’re cutting back calories, you might accidentally create more nutritional gaps. If you’re moving more, you might need more to help your body function efficiently, and to rebuild itself with all the needed nutrients. A daily multivitamin is an efficient, measurable way to make sure you get the nutrition you need.
Diet is important, too. But even with more options that ever year round, there’s a lot we don’t know—the quality of soil food was grown in, or the quality of grain it was fed. Many factors can change the nutritional quality of a food (think of the last time you had a faintly colored, bland strawberry for instance! Both color and taste can help you tell the quality of produce).
Take control of your nutrition with a daily multivitamin. Make sure you’re meeting your daily needs, despite fluctuations in diet and exercise. With Mito Cardia you can help ensure you’re getting what you need each and every day.
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