Healthy skin is not only a result of what products you use on the outside but skin health may also be a result of what products you may also be ingesting. Many individuals take supplements to help ensure nutrient needs are met every day. How do you know these natural health products are safe to take?
As a Registered Dietitian, I always encourage food as the first line of therapy but there are scenarios where supplements could of benefit to someone.
Personally, I am chronically low in Vitamin D; therefore, I need to supplement 5000 IU of Vitamin D per day. I also need to take 600 mg of Coenzyme Q10 or 300 mg of Ubiquinol per day.
Many clients have asked me what brands of supplement do I suggest? Here is what I ask them:
Have you noticed ISURA certification on the bottle before?
ISURA is Canada’s only independent natural health supplement and food product verification and certification organization that provides mass spectrometry and non-GMO testing from seed to table.
Food For Thought: What Kind of Supplements Do You Take? Does your supplement have the ISURA certification?