Supplements- Yes or No

A Wellbeing Tip to start your morning, too much of a good thing is not a good thing….

I see so many clients consume copious amounts of multivitamin and mineral supplements.

Unless you have a blood test result that confirms a deficit in certain nutrients, it is not necessary.
Excess water soluble nutrients are filtered out via the kidneys into urine and excess fat soluble nutrients such as Vitamins A, D, E and K tax the liver.

 An excess of nutrients may increase your risk of conditions such as Hypervitaminosis A, too much Vitamin A often leading to hair loss, weakened bones and joints, dizziness, nausea, vision changes and liver damage.

For almost all individuals it is possible to acquire sufficient nutrients from REAL food.

With Love and Kindness, Sharon xx


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