It will take 6 weeks to 3 months to correct most nutritional deficiencies. Another good example is iron: it takes 3 months for the human body to produce new red blood cells. Therefore, as a general rule, our goal is to take supplements for 3 months. Customers often have questions about how long they should take supplements; in fact, this is a frequently asked question that comes up frequently.
To get the full benefits of taking dietary supplements, you must take them daily and on an ongoing basis. However, after about six months, it is recommended to take a break for two weeks. This is because you don't want your body to rely solely on supplements and become dependent on them. Ask your doctor if you need the supplement based on your current diet and health condition.
Also ask about the benefits and risks of the supplement, how much you should take, and for how long you should take it. There is debate as to whether it is better to take vitamins in the morning or in the evening. The theory holds that, since foods provide nutrients throughout the day, taking nutritional supplements at night helps your body get some nutrition while you sleep.