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Episode 54: Are Supplements Really Necessary?

Oct 16, 2017

It’s safe to say that as Nutritional Therapy Practitioners, we get asked about vitamins, minerals and other supplements- All. The. Time. So, we figured you’re probably just as curious!

Are supplements really necessary for good health? What should I look out for? How do I choose the best option? These are all questions we answer on today’s Colorful Eats podcast episode plus we share our take on the popularity of supplements and how we use them in our own nutrition practices. And since you probably also have questions about specific health issues or phases of life (like preconception and pregnancy), we’ve got your back and we’re sharing some of our top supplement specific recommendations.

Disclaimer: Remember that we are not physicians and are in no way diagnosing, treating or curing.  Always check with your medical doctor when starting a new supplement plan.

We hope you enjoy today’s episode, thanks so much for tuning in!


Thank you Primally Pure for sponsoring today’s episode.  Listen along for your free lip balm!


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  1. Kelsey Khow

    October 16th, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    I looked up the Thorne prenatal and the instructions say to take 3 a day but also people said it made them extremely nauseous. I’m hoping one of the other recommendations is a better option.

  2. Caroline Potter

    October 23rd, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    I personally recommend The Synergy Company’s prenatal along with Vital Proteins Beef liver….You shouldn’t have a problem with those being nauseous! Linked above and hope that helps 🙂

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