This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of VitaDigest. All opinions are 100% mine.I always have my cocktail fix everyday and it's no Bloody Mary, no Cosmopolitan, no Apple Martini. Instead, it is a bunch of vitamins and supplements that I make sure to take for my health. You will never believe the wide range of pills I have by my bedside, and in a convenient Sun-Mon pillbox in my purse.
I believe that an ounce of prevention is more than a pound of cure. So I make sure that I'm covered.
Here are my basics:
Vitamins C and D
Cardiovascular support like Garlic pills (to help prevent hypertension), CoQ10, Tocotrienols and Fish Oils (to help regulate cholesterol)
Biotin and Iron for my hair (oh, I had falling hair lately, that's why)
That's only the tip of the iceberg, urhm,I mean, the most visible bottles I see from where I am writing this.
(and I can't believe I'm looking at my end table scouring for more items to enumerate)
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I'm going to go back window shopping for my next health adventure.
I believe that each person must have his own tailor-fit selection of vitamins and supplements to address his own needs. My selection might not be what you need, and what you take might not be what's good for me.
But I still want to know.
What's in your cocktail?