Anyone who believes in supporting optimal health through supplementation has heard the two basic arguments that those who are opposed to supplements always roll out: Firstly, they insist that if we eat a proper, balanced diet we shouldn’t need any kind of supplementation, and secondly, they warn that many supplements are unregulated and could therefore be dangerous, particularly in high doses.
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Now that Christmas is fast approaching, more products containing peppermint are being released to the market.
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