Your mental and physical health is fluctuating!  At times it can be difficult to find the fine balance of juggling the two paramount tasks. But what can we do? The CDC recommended wearing masks, washing hands, and even getting the vaccination to maintain assured safety. But have they mentioned the importance of multivitamins?

Vitamins are a crucial part of everyone’s daily life. Often avoiding eating certain foods such as vegetables or meats can cause deficiencies in many areas of your health. I’m no dietician, but I am confident that millions of Americans are lacking in at least one sector of vitamins. According to the biostation, a health care agency that focuses on defying age, replenishing life, and restoring beauty, 92% of Americans revealed a nutrient deficiency. Rich, poor, well, or sick it did not matter.

Now, you may be asking; how can the stats be 92%? In 1936 researchers discovered farmland soil to be deficient in micronutrients, thus the output of vitamins lowered. The CDC also laid out more statistics:

  • 9 out of 10 Americans are deficient in potassium
  • 7 out of 10 are deficient in calcium
  • 8 out of 10 are deficient in vitamin E
  • 50 percent of Americans are deficient in vitamin A, vitamin C, and magnesium
  • More 50 percent of the general population is vitamin D deficient, regardless of age
  • Approximately 70 percent of elderly Americans are vitamin D deficient


Don’t panic! The solutions are available everywhere! Although there are various vitamins and multimineral that society lacks, we’re going to be just fine. Now the solution is simple. By prioritizing key tasks such as finding the right multivitamin pill (consult an expert physician), healthy eating (micronutrients that we won’t be able to get through multivitamin/multimineral supplements), and physical exercise we can boost our health.

As simple as it sounds, do not take the time to wait. Make the first step to living a healthier and safer life!