Do you care if supplements taste good or should they just work well? | The Tylt
Do you care if supplements taste good or should they just work well?
There’s a supplement for everything. CBD, magnesium, melatonin and others for when you need to sleep. Vitamin C when you feel sick, B vitamins for energy, D for strong bones, E has something to do with skin or eyes or something, and vitamin K for…fighting aliens maybe. They’re good for antioxidants, fighting free radicals, and other terms most people don’t understand at all. And yes, sometimes they taste pretty unpleasant. But that’s not what matters. They do good stuff and that’s why you take them, not because they’re delicious.
Obviously, no one is going to take a vitamin or supplement with no nutritional value. If you want that, just eat a Jolly Rancher. But let’s face it: Taste is important. Ever try echinacea and golden seal tea? It's like drinking boiled tire. Gummy vitamins are great. They’re fun little shapes that do the same thing that other supplements do, and they taste like sunshine and carefree childhood. Supplements can be high-quality without giving you robot-mouth.