This post has been paid for by The Restored however all views are my own to share my passion for healthy living with or without multivitamins.
With a varied diet, you should get all the vitamins and minerals that you need. It is not always that easy though is it. Sometimes we know that we do not get a certain vitamin or nutrient. For example, I am regularly anaemic despite eating a lot of leafy green vegetables. This is when it can be a good idea to look into multivitamins.
There are a huge variety of multivitamins on the market. All will be beneficial in some way but depending on which elements you need you may find a certain brand that focuses on that. Always check what percentage of your recommended daily intake they include.
Why take vitamins?
I like to take vitamins every now and then just to be sure I am getting all the nutrients I need, especially as I said I am often anaemic.
The reality is that if you miss a day or even a few days with multivitamins it really does not matter. It only will make a huge difference if your doctor has recommended you need them for a deficiency.
It is so easy sometimes to forget how many different vitamins there are and the uses they have. For example, vitamin B1 also known as thiamin helps the heart function normally.
The Restored complete multivitamin and essential minerals
I was sent a box of these to try out. Of course, I can not review them and say they changed my life because supplements will never do that unless you have a severe deficiency.
What I can say however is The Restored complete multivitamin and essential minerals include all the vitamins and minerals I would expect in multivitamins along with ginger and turmeric.
If you, like me, are wondering what the health benefits are said to be for ginger check this BBC food post. I remember trying it for nausea in pregnancy but had not realised there are so many supposed benefits to it.
The tablets also include turmeric. There are so many suggested benefits of turmeric, check them out here on WebMD. Obviously, there is only so much turmeric you can naturally build into your diet so I love the fact you can take a tablet with it in. How much curry would you have to have to get 10mg of turmeric in a day? These tablets have that in them in one easy-to-swallow tablet.
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