Nothing did much for me, but the obvious ones have probably been mentioned. Probiotics, turmeric or curcurmin, fiber... there are so many others people have tried, some with "success", but their success was only something they experienced personally, and often times couldn't be repeated, nor could they guarantee that the success was from the supplement vs. something else they did, or spontaneous remission. it's a gray area, but don't give up. I feel like we see a lot more success with diet vs specific supplements. Omegas seem to cause D more than anything else, but it's all individual and you should try for yourself.
Another thing, there have been a lot of studies recently showing that many of these supplements/vitamins, not only aren't what they say, but also do not show any results. It's not a market that is well tracked. While I am not all for the system as it exists, and I am a cynic, I do see that unregulated industries, like supplements and vitamins, are purely for the profit of the brand. I worked for one once and the people had no clue about
any health related issues. it was all about
making the product for as cheap as possible, sourcing the items from wherever was the most profitable. They had absolutely no integrity, nor any knowledge of any illness, and even worse, no interest in the people who purchased the items, of course, none of this was clear from the packaging - but why would it be? That's capitalism.
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