Are vitamin subscriptions worth it?

This question is about Nutrition

Sarah Achleithner

Vitamin subscriptions are worth it if you invest in the right nutrients at the right dose for your unique needs. While you can get many nutrients from a healthful, well-balanced diet, you may not get all of them on a regular basis, especially if you eat a typical Western diet. 

Studies have found that only 28% of adults eat their recommended five servings of fruit and vegetables each day, leaving many people with nutrient gaps [




]. Additionally, research shows that Americans consume less than the recommended daily intake for vitamins A, C, E, K, as well as magnesium, potassium, choline, and vitamin K [


]. These deficiencies can wreak havoc on your health, so supplementation may be necessary to bridge the gap, and optimize your health. 

At Elo, we use a combination of at-home blood testing, wearable data, and health history to determine exactly the right supplements for you, and ship them straight to your door every month. Additionally, all of our products undergo rigorous

third-party testing

to ensure purity, dosage and freshness.

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