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The Truth About Personalized Vitamins

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Essential Takeaways

  • Personalization done right should include comprehensive testing that can help identify any unexpected nutritional needs a person might have
  • Identifying issues like nutrient deficiencies or heavy metal burdens is very different from matching preferences like “more energy” or “better skin”
  • The best strategy is to fill gaps or specific needs that are always difficult to get from even healthy diets

More questions about personalized vitamins?

Email our VP of Research, Dr. Luke Bucci, PhD, at [email protected]

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