We all know facebook is at the forefront of how we interact these days. Posting our daily feelings to posting what sorts of foods we consume, facebook has changed the way we network with one another. Friends post various inquiries on facebook, from how to find the right school district to send their child to, or what kind of vitamins are the best one's to buy. This prompted the idea to write a review on vitamins and the recommendations that this gluten free girl has.
This gluten free gal has tried three kinds of vitamins and definitely is a bit biased when it comes to supplements. What many people don't realize is the vitamin industry is a multi-million dollar industry and with the gluten free craze happening, of course vitamins want to jump on board this labeling frenzy. Sure is gluten free a frenzy, not in this gluten free gal's mind, however it surely plays a big role when it comes to labeling products gluten free. With the various allergies that have been discovered in the last ten to fifteen years, it is important to know that gluten free is here to stay and is certainly not just a fad.
Companies that ordinarily didn't start off producing gluten free products are making sure their products are labeled gluten free are labeled. With that it is important to know when taking a multi-vitamin what you are putting into your body. Vitamins are essential for nutrients especially for those who don't have a balanced diet. However, vitamins might be essential, but it is important not to take just any vitamin. For many years this gluten free gal always took the well known Women's One a day. Later to find out that Women's One a day, was not a 'whole food,' vitamin and that it truly only acted as a diuretic and very little of those vitamins was being absorbed into the body.
It took a trip to Mother's Market, the local specialty grocery store and a conversation with the vitamin specialist there, to help this gluten free gal realize there was a better multi-vitamin on the market. Being introduced to Vitamin Code for Women, by Garden of Life (GOL) was a step in the right direction. Not only did this gluten free gal immediately feel like she had more energy, but she soon discovered their entire line of products including the amazing probiotics that have truly saved this gluten free gal's stomach.
Garden of Life vitamins have a very unique story behind them and how the GOL company was founded. For those of you who are not up on the news in the vitamin industry, then it is time you learn. If that doesn't inspire you enough, then