Be Informed-don't believe everything you read
So make sure you think twice when you see:
"Scientific Studies have shown". It may really mean that there were observations that have not been studied or proven by rigorous controlled randomized clinical trials.
"Includes glycemic, cardio balance and nutra multi". It sounds important but notice that tiny disclaimer that says "These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease". That means the fancy words are for marketing, not real science.
One more little tip. If you are reading the label for a product or vitamin, make sure you read how many tablets you need to take to get the "dose" of an ingredient. Sometimes it takes 4 tablets to get the 1000mg dose on the label. That can be an expensive supplement that might be a waste of your hard earned cash.