Don’t be mislead by health food store staff

They don’t have your health or best interests at heart when answering your questions about supplements.

A new Canadian study has found that staff in health food stores routinely give advice aimed at selling expensive supplements instead of supporting the health of the consumer.

Go figure, right? How could they possibly know which supplement (if any) is best for you without doing a dietary assessment and complete health history? That’s what nutrition consultation is for…

Word to the wise: Be wary of health food store staff. They may be nutritionists with solid knowledge of vitamins, minerals, and herbs – but they don’t know you! Personalized nutrition consulting is the only way to determine if a particular product is enhancing or undermining your health.

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Author: Emily

Emily wants you to become your own nutrition expert. She has dissected countless food products and nutritional supplements to discover which (if any) could benefit her clients. As a nutritionist, her goal is to teach and inspire you to eat best foods for your life – foods that will have a lasting impact on your current vitality and future well-being.