Why do you need dietary supplements？
1. Changes in eating habits
Under the influence of modern lifestyles, our bodies are facing unprecedented challenges: the popularity of fast food, the increase in cooked food consumption, and the prevalence of convenience foods have gradually lacked many important nutrients in our diet.
This bad eating habit gradually leads to unbalanced nutritional intake, further affecting our physical health.
2. Unbalanced nutrition
Many people are increasingly turning to convenient and fast high-energy and low-nutrition foods in their dietary choices, such as French fries, cakes, chocolate and other high-fat and high-sugar foods. These have become the main part of people's daily consumption, but nutrients are ignored. Rich intake of fresh fruits and vegetables leads to malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies.
Moreover, excessive intake of foods high in oil and sugar may also lead to weight gain, obesity, and an increased risk of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease.
3. High-intensity life
Unbalanced nutrition is accompanied by the negative impact of modern lifestyle on the body: high-intensity work pressure often leads to mental stress, anxiety and lack of sleep; the tense pace of work and life also makes it easier for people to choose convenience, speed and nutritional deficiencies. Balanced food further aggravates the problem of malnutrition; long periods of sitting and lack of physical activity increase the risk of health problems such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and muscle atrophy... These factors keep our bodies in a constant state of In a state of stress, the need for nutrition becomes more urgent.
For those suffering from nutritional deficiencies, dietary supplements may be a reasonable choice in moderation. Of course, we cannot rely on dietary supplements to replace food and regard them as the main form of nutritional supplements, while ignoring the importance of choosing healthy foods and living a healthy lifestyle.
*Special note - This article is for informational purposes only and cannot replace a doctor's treatment diagnosis and advice. It should not be regarded as a recommendation or proof of efficacy of the medical products involved. If it involves disease diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation, please be sure to go to a professional medical institution to seek professional advice.