Let’s say you need calcium. But you also need Magnesium. Doctor says you should take some vitamin D too.
Plus, you are already taking iron and zinc. How many tablets are you taking a day? Ten, twelve, twenty?
Taking a multi mineral could help getting the equivalent amount of minerals but minimizing the number of tablets taken per day.
Multi minerals are just like multi vitamins: they combine a selection of minerals needed in one tablet or capsule. You may be able to reduce the intake of tablets, and still get the dosages recommended by your doctor or nutritionist.
Could you possibly stop taking tablets and still get all your supplements?
Sure you can.
You may substitute your regular super size tablets or multiple capsules for a liquid multi mineral. Multi tablets are generally huge in size, since companies try to add significant quantities of minerals into tablets. Many people have successfully made the switch from tablets to liquid, and are now enjoying a delicious cupful of minerals daily.
Some people may say liquid multi minerals do not taste very good. You can just mix it with your favorite beverage, such as milk, juice or water. Most companies add fruity flavors to their products: lemon, orange, berry, etc. (very helpful for kids as well).
Keep in mind: your system absorbs liquid a lot quicker than tablets. If you are struggling to get the most out of calcium tablets, switching to liquid could improve results significantly.
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