Is the Price of a Supplement Indicative of Its Quality?

It’s a complete misconception that more expensive products are of better quality than cheaper ones.
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It’s a complete misconception that more expensive products are of better quality than cheaper ones, says holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos: “A supplement may cost more or less due to its packaging or how it’s marketed.” What really matters is the quality of ingredients and product purity, as fillers such as talc can dilute a product’s effectiveness or trigger sensitivities and cause reactions, she says. Just as with food, you will likely pay more if you buy organic or GMO-free supplements.

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