Popular Diets Lack Micronutrients

If you're following one of the popular diet plans, it's likely that you aren't getting your fair share of 27 different micronutrients. In fact, a study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition stated that levels of Vitamin B7, D & E were consistently low or nonexistent in all of the diets analyzed. To get the recommended levels of all 27 micronutrients on these diets, you'd have to consume around 27,000 calories per day. That mountain of food would negate the weight management benefits of any eating plan.

True Strength Moment: While the restriction of certain macronutrients – protein, carbohydrates and fats – has worked for many people as a weight loss strategy, there's bound to be something lacking from those carefully mapped out meals. A high-potency multivitamin can help you fill the void. They're a rich source of micronutrient vitamins and minerals that help your body make the best use of macronutrient intake.
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