You May Also Like

What is culinary genomics?

Is cooking for your DNA the best way to reduce inflammation and improve gut health?

Vegans can use cooling rack to cook on grill

This simple vegan grilling hack lets you cook with your meat-eating friends

Walmart has an affordable wellness section

Walmart is secretly the foolproof place to buy your self-care staples for under $15

How to massage your breasts for better health

Why you should be massaging your breasts on the reg

The one diet change that could boost your sex life and fertility

The one diet change that could boost your sex life and fertility

Well+Good - The one supplement you should take every day, according to a neuroscientist

The one supplement you should take every day, according to a neuroscientist

How to find out which supplements you *actually* need to be taking


Thumbnail for How to find out which supplements you *actually* need to be taking
Pin It

It’s all too easy to fall down an internet hole and wind up hoarding a small army of supplements in your medicine cabinet. But how do you know which ones are actually right for you?

To find out what your body really needs, hit up a HUM Nutrition registered dietitian for personalized advice. Just fill out a free, three-minute quiz, and an RD will send back custom recommendations tailored to your IRL situation.

Feeling droopy at 3 p.m.? Uber Energy can help with that. Super stressed all the time? Take a Big Chill pill. Skin looking dull and congested? You could need a Daily Cleanse. Basically, whatever your issue, HUM has a clinically researched blend to help you live your best life.

And HUM is hooking you up with 20 percent off your first purchase with code WGSUMMER—so you can take the quiz now and start popping bottles (the vitamin kind).

In partnership with HUM Nutrition

Top photo: HUM Nutrition

Loading More Posts...

You May Also Like

Well+Good - The one supplement you should take every day, according to a neuroscientist

The one supplement you should take every day, according to a neuroscientist

Health advice from food experts

The biggest piece of advice 3 influential foodies say is most important for health

Transgender brains mirror their desired gender

People’s brains mirror the gender they identify with—not their biological sex, a study finds

Horoscope this week for full moon focus

Full-moon fever? This month, it’s more like full-moon focus—here’s why

What is culinary genomics?

Is cooking for your DNA the best way to reduce inflammation and improve gut health?

New study says depression is linked to dementia

Depression may be an indicator of cognitive decline later in life, a study claims