What do you think about vitamins and supplements? Do you happen to take any of them to make your diet healthier?
When I was pregnant with my first baby, I used to take vitamins designed specifically with pregnant women in mind. Now, when I am not pregnant anymore, I don’t take any vitamins nor supplements anymore, but I think that it is going to change soon. I miss my daily dose of invigorating vitamins. Ever since I stopped taking them, I noticed that my performance at work has decreased and I am unable to concentrate on my tasks as much as I was able to do it in the past.
After doing some research on the Internet, I came to the conclusion that Liquid Health is something I would be willing to try out in the nearest future. Jaime Gahche, a nutritional researcher with the National Center for Health Statistics said the following statement which is so true these days: “It is interesting to note that not only did supplemental calcium use and vitamin D use increase for all women aged 60 and over from 1988 to 1994 to 1999 to 2002, but there was also an increase from 1999 to 2002 to 2003 to 2006.” I also heard somewhere that more and more people in the US take their daily vitamins compared to the data from previous years, which is encouraging as liquid vitamins keep gaining on popularity as well.