Does it really work? Well, isn't that the entire reason that people "eat healthy"? What is health if it's not the absence of disease? If nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes, essential fatty acids, and amino acids don't help heal, repair, regenerate, and rebuild the body, why do we need to eat food at all? Even if we ignore the entire concept of "energy healing", and focus on the limited Newtonian physical matter/mass point of view, the body is still literally made of what goes into it. Our cells, their outer membranes, and their communication receptors, are made of fats, sugars, and proteins. To use an analogy, if we were to build a house, we need all of the proper supplies and tools in order to build a quality house, and the cells of the body are no different. They need all of the right tools and supplies to do their job properly as well. And because the body is constantly at all times rebuilding itself anew, dieting isn't supposed to be something that one does temporarily. The body requires regular maintenance and care on a daily basis because the body is made of what nutrients (or lack thereof) that go into it every single day. "Health is a habit, not an event."
Here's a list of highly recommended all-in-one nutrient Supersupplements
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