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Drug-Vitamin-Nutrient Interactions Can Be Dangerous

REDMOND, Wash., March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MyVitaminPacks, LLC (MVP) announced the immediate availability of automatic drug nutrient interaction information as part of their vitamin application, The Vitamin Advisor. Consumers who are confused about nutritional supplements and are taking medications as well should have concerns about drug interactions and can benefit greatly from the Vitamin Advisor. The Vitamin Advisor takes the confusion and hassle out of taking vitamins by creating personalized recommendations at no cost. "Nutritional science has made substantial advancements over the past decade. We have a much clearer understanding of drug/nutrient interactions. Consumers and health care providers need to be aware of the importance of vitamins in improving a variety of health problems, while considering potential drug and vitamin interactions," says Martin Gallagher, M.D.

There is no charge to use the Vitamin Advisor. Once the questionnaire is completed, the daily-dose supplement packets, which are calculated to an individual's personal nutritional needs, can be ordered from MyVitaminPacks. Alternatively consumers can simply print out their list of recommended nutrients.

All vitamin packs made by MyVitaminPacks are created using pure, pharmaceutical grade products and the exact dosages per supplement and pack are guaranteed. "The supplement industry has gone from snake oil to FDA approved scientific specifications. The Vitamin Advisor technology removes the confusion consumers experience when shopping for vitamins, and provided a recommendation from our medical professionals to ensure each individual is getting what they need," said Jason Brown, founder of MyVitaminPacks, LLC. "MyVitaminPacks provides the correct dosage, and personalized health information with the convenience of having your products delivered directly to you. Rather than getting many bottles of pills with different quantities of product per bottle, MVP creates a daily dose pack to provide a personalized solution." MyVitaminPacks will be promoting their products on Amazon Local on March 18th 2014.

About MyVitaminPacks, LLC
MyVitaminPacks, located in Redmond WA, provides a combination of education and information to customers to take the confusion out of the vitamins, minerals, herbs, and supplements they should be buying to support a comprehensive healthy lifestyle. Our free online assessment tool develops a personal, clear, whole-health support recommendation. This is provided for free and can be used to purchase from MyVitaminPacks.com online or as a personal recommendation to use as they wish.

CONTACT:
Jason Brown
My Vitamin Packs
800-683-4486
[email protected]

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