Ithe problem is the knowledge base. Because supplements are looked down upon by main stream, the proper use of supplements is absent. I have experienced great benefits by targeting supplements to certain issues…for the first time in my life my fingernails are not brittle since using vitamin K. Serotonin issues have been resolved using L- tryptophan. Skin wounds heal quickly using vitamin E oil. These are significant positive changes. Some supplements that seemed to have no effect I stopped taking. No different than medications that had negative effects, I stopped taking. One difference, supplements aren’t addictive, at least none that I have taken, and some of the medications are. I got trapped by psychotropic medications that I am now seriously addicted to. The sad part is there was no information or follow up of any kind so I had to research on my own. Got off one (benzodiazepine) thanks to doctor Heather Ashton in England and am having a heck of a time trying to get off the antidepressant.
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