Keep it Real TV Episode 2

Video by Dr. Chad Larson


In episode 2 of his video series, Dr. Larson discusses: 

  • The confusion associated with nutritional supplementation, the supplement industry, and how to know what is right for you
  • The importance of targeted nutritional supplementation, the problem with "disease care" as opposed to disease "prevention"
  • How to identify a good multivitamin
  • Ingredients to look for and ingredients to avoid
  • How to properly read an ingredient label
  • Identifying good forms of Vitamin B and Vitamin E
  • How to identify a good mineral source 
  • How to identify a good source of calcium
  • The dangers of hydrogenated oils in your vitamins

Dr. Larson recommends:


Pure Encapsulations
Polyphenol Nutrients

iagen professional
Daily Multi

Designs for Health
Complete Multi


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