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Supplements and Vitamins - Can They Enhance Your Weight Loss Goals?


Nutritional supplements can play a key role in the health of children and adults. Many people feel that they don't get enough vitamins and minerals through their daily intake of food and, therefore, turn to supplements to fill in the gaps. Dietary supplements come in a variety of sizes, potencies and, of course, health claims.

Vitamins, minerals and supplements are considered to be a preventive step by building up the bodies own defenses to combat and avert colds and illnesses. Vitamin C, Calcium, vitamin E and many other supplements are considered to be beneficial in thwarting off the ill effects of common colds.

Nutritional supplements and bodybuilding supplements are taken by some sports enthusiasts as a way to enhance their performance.

Losing weight is not something one can do overnight. A carefully planned weight loss program requires common sense and certain guidelines. Unfortunately, there's a lot of mis-informantion floating around and lots of desperate people are easily duped and ripped off. The leading experts now recommend that people who want to lose weight start increasing their physical activity. Just being more active in general (such as climbing the stairs instead of taking the elevator, moving around instead of sitting still, sitting up instead of lying down as well as showing some excitement and enthusiasm instead of boredom), are things that more effectively burns calories and reduces body fat.

It's always best to consult with your physician when starting a new vitamin and supplements regime. There are many different companies that offer supplements and Vitamin Supplements to choose from as you focus on your physical and health goals. Choose from only the best providers of coral calcium products that offer great prices. That way you'll be guaranteed quality and they can even be shipped right to your door.

About The Author

Mike Yeager, Publisher

http://www.a1-weight-loss-4u.com/

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GNC to Strengthen Supplement Quality Controls
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Fox News

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Business Insider

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Safety of Herbal Supplements Pulls Prosecutors Together
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New York Times

Taking Care With Calcium Supplements
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TIME

Who Should—And Who Shouldn't—Take Vitamin D
TIME
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Fox News

Omega-3 supplements may help boys with ADHD
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CBS News

Vitamin D supplements may slow prostate cancer
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cleveland.com

FDA warns of banned drugs and Viagra in weight loss supplements
cleveland.com
The FDA is flagging five more weight loss supplements because they contain pharmaceuticals, including the banned drug Meridia and generic Viagra. The supplements also contain antidepressants and other drugs that have been shown to be carcinogenic.


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