Why: No dietary supplement can fully compensate for a poor diet or a bad lifestyle, but these supportive actors (or "cofactors") can help make the processes in your body work optimally. These nutrients are always needed when your body's physiological processes are stressed, such as in response to intense exercise, dieting, growing cycles, or immune system attacks, to name but a few.
What: Intelligent Designed Multi should contain active ingredients that have been shown to significantly increase the bloodstream of the biologically active forms of the following vitamins and minerals:
Start by reading multinationals, and you will sometimes hear that You should not consume this or that vitamin or mineral in combination with others. For example, calcium reduces the absorption of iron, and zinc can reduce the absorption of chromium and magnesium. However, I believe that such statements are only marketing-dependent to justify why ingredients that take up much space in a capsule or tablet are not included in a particular supplement.
Why? Because almost any of the nutrients can reduce the absorption of a nutrient and increase the intake of something else. Calcium increases vitamin B1
The point is that the human body has a very large number of examples where competition for absorption occurs. However, this does not mean that the absorption does not take place at all. Only it can be less efficient. The human body has synergistic feed-forward mechanisms whereby the circulating levels of one vitamin or mineral affect the bioavailability of others. Therefore, take a multi for what it is: a good support for your diet. Nothing else.
How: Take half a dose for breakfast and another half a dose for another meal later in the day. Better yet, divide a daily dose into three or four servings. If you are taking a highly potent multi on an empty stomach, be aware that not only does it reduce the absorption of many nutrients, it also increases the likelihood that you will feel sick within 30 minutes of taking the supplement.