Why You Shouldn't RELY on Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

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To follow up on the title, I’m not saying you “should not take supplements,” but, don’t *rely* on them as in “Well, I could improve the nutrient content of my diet, but my multivitamin has that covered for me so I’m good.” Personally I use a few supplements here and there: A magnesium supplement because I suspect the food supply is deficient in this and a Zinc & Copper supplement if I’ve drank alcohol or did a lot of exercise (both these are all Zinc depleting activities.) I have fish or fish eggs relatively frequently, but if it’s been a while without it then I’ll take some iodine. Other than that, I have an assortment of supplements that I’ll take only if I’m drinking.

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Check out Dr. Ben Lynch’s “Dirty Genes” here – https://amzn.to/2sN5vXy

Some more information on Folinic acid: https://highintensityhealth.com/ben-lynch-genetic-testing-methylation-mthfr-sibo/

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