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Of supplements

Whether to or not has been a question posed by many and which?

 

Of all of the diverse ranges of treatments and therapies available, i would personally say that you maybe do a little research or ask your GP or practitioner or health care professional about the pros and cons if there are any before diving straight in?

 

Some treatment trials use placebos and whilst i cannot give an exact example i am quite certain that somewhere there is medical evidence which states that in some even if rarely , whether an actual benefit was derived from using a placebo or not could not be positively 100% accurately determined.

 

I would say, be very careful. Ask the right people but research it and make sure that the questions you may have if given a 10 minute appointment with a GP or Healthworker are not used up in other information or repeats of the same information.

 

Make sure you are confident either way about the decisions reached when you have a chat and research into exacting the genuine article if purchasing in case there may be some unexpected reaction to items incorrectly labled.

 

Above all...be safe!

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