Supplements

Supplements are intended to add valuable nutrients to your body or lower your risk of health issues.

What are supplements?

Supplements refer to a wide range of vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, enzymes and other ingredients that can be taken by mouth.  Supplements stay in the body anywhere from a few hours to up to a couple of weeks.

What are the health functions of supplements?

Supplements are formulated to support individual health and wellness goals.  They can be designed specifically for men or women.  Consumers have access to supplements that support the immune system; energy & fitness; digestive health; bone, joint & muscle health, detoxification; memory & mood; hormone; vision; heart & metabolism; and sleep.

How do you know what supplements you should take?

Choosing the correct supplements depends greatly on your age, lifestyle and diet.  You should consider tracking what you eat, choosing vitamins appropriate for you age and activity level.  Extensive information on choosing supplements can be found online.  WebMD offers a survey assessment at https://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supplements/supplements-assessment/default.htm .  Gadsden City Pharmacy staff and pharmacists are happy to talk with you about your health goals to determine a supplement regiment that is right for you.

Why Pure Encapsulations?

Pure Encapsulations produces some of the highest quality, hypo-allergenic dietary supplements on the market. The ingredients formulated into Pure Encapsulations products are top quality and in their most bioavailable forms. Pure Encapsulations features full disclosure labeling for all their products, meaning that everything formulated into the product is featured clearly on the label. Pure Encapsulations produces its supplements in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certified facility. Pure Encapsulations supplement never include wheat, gluten, nuts, eggs or hydrogenated oils.

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