One thing that Myles and The Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy like to instill in their patients is the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and one of the ways to achieve this is by taking multivitamins. Along with eating a good diet and exercising on a daily basis, multivitamins can help your body produce the nutrients that the average person might not be able to get in an average day. Now with current farming practices it is more than possible that people aren’t receiving the proper amount of nutrients from their food. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) believes this to be true and suggest that taking multivitamins on daily basis can improve your energy levels, immune system and overall health.
Myles takes a number of multivitamins including, Omega 3 Fish Oil’s that help to improve a person’s mental health and keeps the level of unhealthy fatty acids at a minimum. Calcium supplements with Vitamin D promotes strong bones and provides calcium absorption in your intestine to regulate your bowels. Iron capsules that is critical for the functioning of red blood cells. This is a vitamin that is difficult to find in foods. Myles takes B Complex , Magnesium , Selenium and Chromium every day Vitamin B3’s can help to better a persons over all health, improve cholesterol levels and lower cardiovascular risks. While Potassium can be found in many common food, Myles takes many supplements to lower blood pressure and counteract the effects of too much sodium. Myles recommends these vitamins to most people for the positive impacts they can have on most people. Sometimes it is difficult for your body to get the support it needs but by taking multivitamins it can help make a person’s life a little better. But don’t expect these magic pills to work on their own. A proper diet and exercise is important if you want to live a long healthy life. There are certain multivitamins and supplements that have been deemed unnecessary for daily use by many physicians. Myles likes to inform every customer of the positive aspects of every potential vitamin prescription.