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Are You Getting Enough Vitamins in Your Diet? PAID ADVER TISEMENT WAREHOUSE/ COSTCO.COM
Generally, the best way to ensure you get the
vitamins and minerals your body needs is through
a balanced diet, but that is not always possible.
More than 150 million Americans take vitamins
and dietary supplements to ;ll nutritional gaps in
their diet – a 31 percent increase since 2005. With
increased use of these products comes an increased
need for education on proper usage.
That’s why Nature Made, the number-one-selling brand of vitamins, minerals and supplements,
has partnered with FamilyDoctor.org through the
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
Consumer Alliance Program. The partnership is
designed to help inform consumers and healthcare professionals about advances in science,
nutrition and best practices for good health and a
One of the ways the partnership is reaching
this goal is by offering new information on
FamilyDoctor.org, an award-winning website
that helps consumers stay informed and engaged
in their own healthcare management, while reinforcing the importance of seeking health advice
from a family physician.
The website’s “Healthy Living” section o;ers
credible, physician-revie wed information on many
health and wellness topics, including:
• Understanding Dietary Facts:
What’s Good and What’s Bad
• Choosing Nutrient-Rich Foods
Lifestyle Changes to Improve Your Health
• Vitamins and Minerals:
How to Get What You Need
While FamilyDoctor.org does not endorse any
speci;c brand, product or service, the Consumer
Alliance Program is an opportunity for companies
like Nature Made to work with a leading medical
association on a variety of initiatives, which
includes general underwriting support for the
development of reliable and trusted physician-
reviewed information on FamilyDoctor.org.
“We know that many of our patients use vitamins
and supplements,” said AAFP executive vice presi-
dent and chief executive o;cer Douglas E. Henley.
“As family physicians, it is important that we counsel
our patients on how to use these products properly,
what vitamins and minerals they might not be
getting enough of in their diet, and recommend
appropriate dosages to resolve those de;ciencies
if they exist. It is also important to remind them
that taking supplements does not replace the
need to eat a healthy diet.”
To learn more about vitamins, minerals and
general nutrition, please visit FamilyDoctor.org/