Healthy and Eating a Well Balanced Healthy Diet? You May Not Need Supplements
According to Mayo Clinic, whole food is not to be replaced by supplements, as supplements cannot replicate all the health benefits of whole foods. For example, fruits and vegetables carry many different nutrients that provide health benefits to the human body. . . .if you’re a pretty healthy person with a well-balanced diet containing a wide variety of foods — including fruits, vegetables, reduced fat dairy products, whole grains, legumes, lean meats and fish — you most likely don’t need supplements. Talk to your health care team and dietitian if you have questions or concerns about supplements.