Many consumers find themselves considering a new supplement and counting out the cost per vitamin. Now, while we understand that money is an important factor, it is important to be aware of the risks involved with consuming the cheap vitamin. In the article below, we explain the six disadvantages of going with the vitamins that has the “best” price. Because when it comes to vitamins and supplements, price should not matter. The label is what is the most important thing when choosing the better vitamin.
While we are quarantined to our homes it is likely we are consuming more canned or processed meals than usual. It is important to supplement with vitamins to get nutrients that we aren’t getting from our food. Vitamin C 1000mg daily has shown in some studies to help decrease rate and duration of viral colds. It is always important to hydrate along with Vitamin C intake. Side effects from too much vitamin C are rare but some studies have shown nausea and vomiting from taking vitamin C at 2000mg daily on a continuous basis and possibly produce calcium oxalate renal stones in susceptible individuals.
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