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Do You Want to Know Which Vitamins You Need?

Dietary Supplements – How to Read a Multivitamin Label Revealed! Download Your FREE Copy Right Now.

Do you want to know the recommended dietary allowances that you should have in your multivitamin, for your better health? How to get the correct nutrients by knowing – with candid and reliable information – what supplements to take regularly, so you are empowered to improve your overall health?

Do you ever ask yourself “am I getting the vitamins I need?” Or “Should I trust the Daily Value  recommendation on the vitamin bottle?” Well, now you can have the latest life-saving information about the vitamins you need, because’s scientists and nutritionists tell you exactly what vitamins you need and the recommended allowances – and what foods contain these needed nutrients.

Dear health-conscious consumer,

Scientific research has proven the relationship between diet and disease. If you regularly consume the needed beneficial nutrients, you can improve your health. But, you may now be unwittingly increasing your chances of suffering a debilitating and life-shortening illness. You can protect yourself against those diseases – and feel better when you give your body what it needs!

That’s exactly why you should learn what nutrients keep you feeling and thinking strong. Discover what supplements you need and what foods contain them in Dietary Supplements: How to Read a Multivitamin Label.

This special free health advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, so understanding the labeling on your vitamin bottle is easily decoded for you. Your free copy of Dietary Supplements: How to Read a Multivitamin Label includes:

  • Vitamin A. How much is too much? Find out for yourself when you download this free advice.
  • A lack of B12 can cause irreversible nerve damage but some adults are unable to absorb it from foods. How much B12 should you be taking to stay healthy?
  • What nutrients do you not need to supplement with a multivitamin?
  • Is the “Daily Value” standard by the FDA really up-to-date?
  • Find out what vitamin may interfere with your blood pressure medicine. Are you at risk?
  • Do you think you need more calcium? Find out at what age and how much you need for both men and women!

Download this free health advice right now, so you can get the proper nutrients each day, because this advice will help you stay focused – day in and day out – on the best vitamin advice for your health.

Finally, you should learn all about where you can find these nutrients in regular foods you can eat everyday, because Dietary Supplements: How to Read a Multivitamin Label isn’t just a How To about reading multivitamin labels but it also tells you how much and where you can find some of these needed nutrients. We don’t only tell you “Just eat this or that.” You’ll discover exactly why your body needs each of the vitamins and nutrients listed – what specific benefit or possible danger is contained in each. Plus, we’ll explain the difference between “Daily Value” and “Recommended Dietary Allowances” for vitamins.

Act now to get your free health advice about multivitamins.

We will send you a link to download your free health advice and notify you by email when we post the latest and best tips and advice for eating healthfully and living longer. There is absolutely no cost and no obligation, and you can cancel at any time without a hassle.

To your health,

The Team at Nutrition Action ©

P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: if you don’t get the proper levels of nutrients, you can get sick and spend lots of money on medicines and doctor bills. If you get the nutrients that are best for you, you’re in a better position to ensure your continued good health – even ward off debilitating diet-related diseases. Download your free copy of Dietary Supplements: How to Read a Multivitamin Label right now!

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  1. Gail
    Posted November 5, 2013 at 4:07 pm | Permalink

    Hi, I appreciate your site and magazine like crazy. Would you please tell me which brands of multi-vitamins are the best. I am a 72 year old female writer. (But i look and act much younger.) My dietary habits are great. But enough about me. I await your sage advice. Gail Plotkin

    • Jim
      Posted March 7, 2014 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

      Try Country Life or New Chapter, both are as good as multiples get. You might also look into taking some of the items separately, such as minerals as the molecule size is large and pills need to be quite large to get a beneficial dose. There are also fillers in solid tabs and caplets that aren’t in capsules. Just some things to think about. Best to make friends with someone you trust at a local natural foods store. Good luck. Be well.

  2. Andre
    Posted January 8, 2014 at 10:13 pm | Permalink

    Tank you!

  3. j.w.b
    Posted February 13, 2014 at 5:55 pm | Permalink

    folic acid is necessary for pregnant women but it may cause breast cancer so instead of putting it in most food why not have pregnant women take a supplement when they are with child?

    • First
      Posted February 18, 2014 at 8:39 am | Permalink

      From Nutrition Action Heathletter: It’s essential that a woman consume an adequate amount of folic acid before becoming pregnant. She can’t wait until she knows she pregnant to start taking a supplement. According to the CDC, birth defects of the brain and spine (anencephaly and spina bifida) happen in the first few weeks of pregnancy, often before a woman finds out she’s pregnant. Also, half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned. These are two reasons why it is important for all women who can get pregnant to be sure to get 400 mcg of folic acid every day, even if they aren’t planning a pregnancy any time soon. By the time a woman realizes she’s pregnant, it might be too late to prevent these birth defects. In the first few years after the mandatory fortification of grains with folic acid, birth defects of the brain and spine declined by about 25 percent.

  4. Jan
    Posted April 16, 2014 at 9:40 am | Permalink

    I hate & struggle with taking pills, especially large ones. Are there any liquid equivalents that are worthwhile?

  5. alicea6
    Posted July 21, 2014 at 6:46 pm | Permalink

    Can l have honey in tea and coffee or is it too much sugar?

    • First
      Posted July 22, 2014 at 8:34 am | Permalink

      From the Nutrition Action Healthletter: A teaspoon of honey has 6 grams of sugar and about 21 calories. A teaspoon of sugar has 4 grams of sugar and 16 calories. So, both are small amounts.

  6. Karen
    Posted September 6, 2014 at 1:56 am | Permalink

    As usual, Nutrition Action Healthputs all of this information into a concise but complete form, and therefore prepares us to make good use of the many details necessary to make well-informed nutritional choices – many thanks!

  7. kathyk25
    Posted September 18, 2014 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    I need to know who I can tell if my vitamin B is natural or synthetic, please advise. Thank you very much for your help in this matter.

  8. elzbietab
    Posted January 30, 2015 at 7:31 pm | Permalink

    I appreciate very useful information,
    Thank you a lot,

  9. lindam173
    Posted April 18, 2015 at 9:55 am | Permalink

    I’ve read that women shouldn’t take a multi, and I believe the reason centered around the folic acid contained therein. What is the recommended dose of folic acid for women? I am 71 years old.

    • David
      Posted May 5, 2015 at 11:40 am | Permalink

      From Nutrition Action Healthletter: Multivitamins can be an inexpensive insurance policy to make sure we get all the nutrients we need. But you’ll never know whether you really needed them. That’s why it’s important not to overpay. You can get a good nultivitamin for about 10 cents a day.

      The recommended amount of folic acid is 400 micrograms a day, the amount found in most multis. Researchers have worried that too much folic acid — more than 1,000 micrograms a day — might be harmful, but the most recent studies indicate that it’s not a problem. Still, there’s no advantage to getting more than 400 micrograms a day.

      And of course, women who could become pregnant should be taking this much folic acid every day to lower the risk of certain birth defects.

      Here’s a link to more information about folic acid from the National Institutes of Health:

      Folate Fact Sheet for Consumers

  10. normav
    Posted April 19, 2015 at 11:27 am | Permalink

    how much magnesium at age 89 should i be taking?

    • David
      Posted May 5, 2015 at 11:29 am | Permalink

      From Nutrition Action Healthletter: The recommendation for magnesium is the same for all adults 31 years and older: 320 mg a day for women, 420 mg for men. Here’s a link to more information about magnesium from the National Institutes of Health:

      Magnesium Fact Sheet for Consumers

  11. joannh20
    Posted May 23, 2016 at 2:56 am | Permalink

    Cant believe you recommend Country Life. Even their calcium supplements do not past a simple
    test we can do. Is supplement ‘elemental calcium? Then test it in a small glass of slightly warm vinegar. Stir occasionally. If it dissolves within 30 min. it should dissolve in your stomach. The
    last time I tested Country Life Calcium, it didn’t dissolve, so I used another brand.

  12. rayl11
    Posted July 13, 2016 at 7:33 am | Permalink

    Why do people feel they need to take a pill to help their health?! If you talk to people who are over 100 yrs old, none of them take supplements! They eat healthy (organic) and drink a lot of tap water. :-) If you want to be healthier get out and move around: be it gardening, walking, or whatever !!! YMMV.

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