The suggested use on the product label will state if the product is intended to be taken at a certain time of day, or with or without food. If it does NOT specify this, then this means the time and food does not impact absorption and utilization greatly, and it is up to your health professional to advise you on the best way to take that product.
Articles in this section
- Does Dr. Lynch have any recommendations for supporting healthy inflammatory responses in skin?
- Why doesn't Seeking Health offer spore-based probiotics?
- Can I open my capsule and take the contents inside? What is the best way to do this?
- Why can supplementing with methylfolate cause anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, and other related symptoms?
- What are the possible side effects for someone who has a dirty MTHFR gene/ gene mutation?
- Does my product contain carbs or anything else not listed in the supplement facts?
- Why does my skin flush after taking products containing niacin (B3), and what can I do about it?
- What probiotic can I give my child who is between ages 2 years old and 4 years old?
- What happens if I accidentally consume the silica gel pack inside my supplement bottle?
- When is the best time of day to take my supplement?