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Americans are taking more vitamins than ever before. Do we really need them to be healthy and beautiful? Supplements are important when you don't meet your body's demands for nutrients through foods in your diet. One way to make sure to get the minimum amounts is to take a multi-vitamin every day.
The latest industry buzz is all about nutraceuticals, vitamins, minerals, and other elements that enhance your health and well-being. Many manufacturers are creating products to meet specific skin care needs. These beauty vitamin formulations are a powerful blend of vitamins A, C and E and anti-oxidants such as lycopene.
Some experts say adding a beauty vitamin to your regime may be worth the effort, as long as you're realistic about the results. But all the outer beauty in the world doesn't mean a thing unless you're healthy on the inside.
Dr. Kenneth Cooper, founder of Cooper Aerobics Center says, "Vitamin supplementation has not been in the scientific field. We're trying to bridge that gap between fadism and scientific legitimacy in using vitamins in the practice of preventative medicine. Vitamin supplementation is an important part of 21st-Century medicine, which consists of proper weight, proper nutrition, proper exercise and proper supplementation."
There are a lot of claims being made about supplements. So don't trust everything you read and hear. Get sound advice from your physician, not the latest fashion magazine.