The Supplement-Goals Reference Guide
“What supplements should I buy?” is an extremely common question. While it seems simple, the reality is that there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Depending on your situation (young, old, athletic, inactive), your health goals (general health, diabetic), and other attributes, each person’s supplementation approach should be individualized to their needs.
This reference will be your guide to your individualized approach. It is a quick way for you to learn:
Supplements, and what health goals they affect
Health goals, and what supplements have an effect on them
Example 1 – Vitamin D (Supplement -> Health Goals)
This reference guide lets you quickly and easily scan supplements and what they can do for you.
So you’ve heard that Vitamin D is great for you. And you’re wondering: what does it do? Looking at the reference table, you will see a whole host of positive effects that vitamin D has. It helps slightly decrease cardiovascular disease, it notably decreases the risk of colorectal cancer, it has a notable effect in decreasing risk of falls, and so forth.