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Dietary supplements often promise more than they deliver
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Great article natural dietary supplements are helpful but we advise which are well suited for those with diabetes type 2 like me, thanks for the input.
” Most of the products had no proven benefit on memory, and some may have contributed to the memory loss he was so worried about.” At least some semblance of data to back that assertion….or at least the same standard applied to conventional treatment which when studies done by drug companies show a very small and probably clinically unimportant difference IE most AD drugs as one neutral expert said is it really worth the expense and risk so that after one year someone can remember the names of 18 fruits and vegetables rather than 17.
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I still prefer going the natural way of eating more whole foods than the instant way of dietary supplements.
Great article. Just a couple things: you forgot the “at” before least on the second paragraph. Also, on the fifth paragraph you wrote “with without,” I think you just meant without. 🙂 Sorry I can’t help but notice. But great article!
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The thing to remember about supplements is QUALITY! Please don’t purchase your supplements (calcium, fish oil, multi-vitamins) at Walgreens or Target. You should only purchase supplements with the GMP stamp (good manufacturing processes).
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