The health professionals surveyed highlight:
But precisely which SuperSmart supplements are these health specialists’ top choices?
According to the health professionals we contacted, the supplements they recommend most frequently are:
Unsurprisingly, our bestselling multivitamin, Daily 3®, is one of the SuperSmart supplements mentioned most often by these health specialists.
It is particularly recommended by nutritionist Maryse Thiebaud, doctor of naturopathy Dominique Garaffa, holistic naturopath Nathalie Frery, nutritional and vital hygiene therapist Hélène Tinguely and naturopath Renée-Christine Nowakowski.
These health professionals all like its balanced and exceptionally comprehensive composition. As you probably know, the multivitamin Daily 3® contains 42 different compounds, all in their optimal forms: vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, PQQ... Perfect for boosting your energy levels (1-2).
If you’d like to read the views and advice of these specialists in detail, visit our dedicated page which contains all the recommendations of our health experts :
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