Partly due to our modern lifestyle, not everyone manages to eat a healthy diet. In Europe, dietary surveys have suggested that there are suboptimal intakes for several micronutrients. Supplementation can help meet the higher nutritional needs of your more demanding lifestyle or medical condition. Stress, medical complications, and energetic living can all create a greater need in your specific body for very specific minerals, vitamins or other components. Through supplementing your diet, you can make great strides in correcting the inadequacies that are becoming so frequent in both menand women, old or young people.
For example, we all know about the nutritional deficiencies especially among young women since women’s nutritional needs change during menstruation, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. Using food supplements
in recommended amounts is well established to prevent deficiency rather than to achieve optimal health. The burden of chronic diseases,
such as cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, especially in the ageing population as well as acute health problems, is a further challenge for which targeted supplementation of the diet can have a significant impact.

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