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Liquid Supplements - Easy To Take

Liquid supplements are useful for those individuals who have difficulty swallowing pills and other types of supplement preparations. Supplements in liquid form are also more easily absorbed. These types of supplements can often mixed into water, juice or other liquids. Otherwise a liquid supplement can be poured into a spoon and swallowed directly. The directions on supplement bottles should be read carefully to ensure that the supplements are being taken properly, in order to maximize effectiveness.

Certain herbs, minerals, vitamins and multivitamins can be purchased as liquefied supplements, especially those supplements which are beneficial to ailments common in elderly individuals, who also often have trouble with swallowing and absorption. One example is vitamin A. Vitamin A supplements may be beneficial to those with glaucoma. Recent evidence suggests that liquid phosphorus supplements can enhance bone density and
reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Asian ginseng supplements may help menopausal women experiencing discomfort, while St. John's Wort supplements may improve their mood and libido. Daily 80-100g vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and angina.

In addition to the elderly, individuals with mal-absorption diseases such as colitis, Crohn's and Celiac disease may find liquefied supplements more beneficial then other supplement forms. All individuals should consult their physicians prior to embarking on a supplement regimen, in order to get more in depth information as to which supplements might be appropriate and to prevent adverse interactions between supplements and any prescription medications an individual may be taking. Look for liquefied supplements at stores such as CVS, Supplements to Go, GNC, Super Walmart, Supplement Express, Vitamin Shoppe, Rite Aid, The Neighborhood Apothecary, Walgreens, etc.

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