My assignment was to check out the Vitamin Finder online at the Stater Bros website. After taking the survey they would recommend the best vitamins and supplements for me. It was simple and easy to answer the brief questions, but I didn’t feel as if it were complete. One question asked if I was pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant. It never asked if I was breastfeeding so when the list of supplements appeared at the end, it hadn’t recognized that I might still need pre-natal vitamins that provide additional benefits for my growing baby.
I did like the other supplements they recommended so, with list in hand, I ventured out to the Stater Bros store closest to my house. I had never been there before and I had no idea what I would find there. I thought it was a warehouse store.
As I left the house, my intention was to get this job done as quickly as possible so I could head over to Target, on the opposite side of the parking lot. I had a list of things I needed to get there.
There’s a visual edition of this story over at Whrrl.
No one knows your body and history better than you, so be sure to read the benefits and possible risks of any supplements you take that may be related to any prescriptions you may be taking.
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