Nutritional Supplements South Portland ME

Local resource for nutritional supplements in South Portland. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to dietary supplements, food supplements, bodybuilding supplements, vitamin supplements, mineral supplements, and fish oil supplements, as well as advice and content on health supplements.

Allen Paula A
(207) 799-6394
527 Sawyer St
South Portland, ME
 
Whole Foods Market
(207) 774-7711
2 Somerset St
Portland, ME
 
General Nutrition Center
(207) 772-9274
100 Maine Mall
South Portland, ME
 
Nutricomm
(207) 799-1900
42 Stanley St
South Portland, ME
 
Absolute Health Chiropractic Cl
(207) 699-2622
503 Woodford St
Portland, ME
 
Diets Limited
(207) 799-6394
527 Sawyer St
South Portland, ME
 
Wild Oats Natural Marketplace
(207) 699-2626
87 Marginal Way
Portland, ME
 
Maine's Pantry
(207) 228-2028
111 Commercial St Lowr L
Portland, ME
 
Nutrition Works
(207) 772-6279
805 Stevens Ave
Portland, ME
 
Quimby Susan
(207) 772-6279
805 Stevens Ave
Portland, ME
 

Can taking too many supplements at once counteract or cancel each other out?

Q. Can taking too many supplements at once counteract or cancel each other out? -Jenny

Q. I am currently taking several supplements. But, as I take them each morning I wonder if anything I am taking is counteracting with each other or cancelling each other out? Is there a good resource online, that you know of and recommend, that I can go to for this information? Thanks!

Dear Jenny,

The likelihood of two supplements counteracting one another effect is very slim. The question I find most people struggling with is “which ones to take.”

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of supplements being offered and more appear every day. You can overwhelm yourself with trying to pick your way through this maze. I would offer some simple advice. If you take care of your sleep cycle and get a good 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night, drink clean filtered water, eat organic whole foods and exercise every day then your absolute need for supplements will be much less. 

But even if you lived a perfect lifestyle (good luck with that) I find certain nutrients are still beneficial and when deciding what to take I can offer a few suggestions. 

Be careful taking one person’s recommendation or reading one editorial. If you really want to know what’s going on then you have to look at the research. For any topic you can find positive or negative information. 

I like the site “vitasearch.com” because I can put in any number of keywords and read short ...

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