Wile's Feature in February's InStyle Magazine

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Wile's Feature in February's InStyle Magazine

February's article titled "Inside Out Approach: Experts take the guesswork out of choosing the right nutritional supplements for you" states "everyone's needs are different" and isn't that so true. We've been saying it all along. Choose which Wile supplements are right for YOU. 

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald tells InStyle "if you're worn out, stressed out, and living on coffee and doughnuts, a multivitamin and mineral formula could be your mecca." The article goes on to say

"The key ingredients of each ingestible help determine the ideal time of day to take them. For example, "you wouldn't want to take a high dose of functional B vitamins after 2 or 3PM because it can be stimulating and interfere with sleep," warns holistic nutritionist Kelly LeVeque. While addressing vitamins and mineral imbalances, consider adding herbs to aid with hormonal issues. "Botanicals can be very effective as a part of an overall plan for anything from simple PMS to menopause symptoms." says Dr. Fitzgerald. It is important to note that these routines shouldn't be set in stone. Ashley Koff, RD, founder and CEO of The Better Nutrition Program, suggests that her clients re-evaluate their supplements intake every 90 days to consider seasonal and dietary changes. With all of this in mind, explore some of the most innovative offerings in the supplement world."

Wow, we are so honored for every opportunity to hear from practitioners who really care about the health and wellbeing of women in every stage of life. You can find our 'Stave the Crave' Chai, designed specifically to reduce unwanted emotional eating on our website.


This article is intended for informational purposes and is not intended to replace a one-on-one medical consultation with a professional. Wile, Inc researches and shares information and advice from our own research and advisors. We encourage every woman to research, ask questions and speak to a trusted health care professional to make her own best decisions.
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