Which Vitamin are You Deficient In? Answer 10 Simple Questions to Find Out

Do you ever wonder if the supplements you're taking are the right ones for your body?

Lea Abelson
Created by Lea Abelson
On Sep 17, 2023
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There are millions of vitamins and health supplements out there, almost too many to count! It's impossible to take every single supplement, you may wind up with a stomach ache. It's possible though to narrow down the vitamins that your body needs most and that will be most beneficial to you. This test will help you decide which vitamin is most important for you to take.

*We are not medical professionals. Please consult with a doctor before taking any recommended health supplement.

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Which food do you want to eat most right now?

Which of these symptoms do you experience the most?

Which symptom do you ever experience at night?

How much water do you drink per day?

Which other symptoms do you experience?

How does your skin look?

Have you experienced any of these symptoms recently?

Do you have any of these conditions?

Which do you consume the most of?

What other supplements do you usually take?

You should take: Omega 3!

You should take: Omega 3!

Omega 3 is super important. If you're feeling a bit foggy or tired in the mind, O mega 3 can help boost brain and immune function. Omega 3 is present in literally every cell wall that the human body has. Taking more O mega-3 can benefit the heart and brain health .

You should take: Magnesium!

You should take: Magnesium!

Magnesium is often shadowed by calcium, and many believe we don't need as much Magnesium as calcium, when in reality our body could benefit from supplements such as magnesium glycinate, and citrate. Magnesium helps the nerves and muscles relax and benefits bone health. If your muscles are tight all the time, you feel stressed out even if you're getting enough rest . M agnesium can help alleviate stressful symptoms .

You should take: Iron!

You should take: Iron!

Iron is actually a very important supplement and most people (notably women) are low in this mineral. Iron helps form red blood cells and produces hemoglobin which helps transport oxygen to the lungs. You may be low in iron if you find yourself oddly tired throughout the day or feel low in oxygen. Upping your iron is beneficial for those experiencing fatigue or low immune system function. Go ahead and pump in that iron!

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