- DRI Tables Provided by the USDA
While it's important to make sure you are getting sufficient amounts of essential vitamins and minerals, it is equally important to ensure that you are not consuming excessive amounts. Fortunately, the US government provides guidelines for both the DRI (Daily Recommended Intake) and UL (Upper Limits).
Most health practitioners would recommend that you get at least the DRI level, while not exceeding UL levels. The range between these two levels is wide enough that there is a god amount of room to play around with. For more information about RDIs and ULs, we recommend reading this article by Wikipedia.
- WebMD's Vitamin and Supplement Guide
For general information about Vitamins and Supplements, WebMD provides one of the most helpful online guides out there. Just about every major supplement is covered in detailed. In addition, there are plenty of articles that discuss which supplements may be good to address specific conditions such as low libido, join pain, or mood support.
If you like to research alternative remedies for health conditions, EarthClinic has thousands of user-submitted, first-hand testimonials from people who have tried natural remedies.
The easiest way to use this site is by going to the "Ailments" tab, then lookng up a health condition you would like to research. For each condition, you will find popular remedies and feedback from people who have tried that specific remedy. Although all the information on this site is anecdotal, it is still a highly useful resource that can serve as a springboard for finding alternative remedies to address any health challenge you may be facing.
- Health and Wellness Videos on Youtube
We can't underestimate the importance of information that is shared by the Youtube community. Thousands of people suffering from many different conditions post videos and share experiences with others. These videos can offer support as well as provide you with ideas on how to deal with any type of health condition you may be facing.
If you are not sure where to start, just type in the health concern you have, and you'll find dozens, if not hundreds of videos uploaded by Youtube users all over the world, addressing the specific topic you are interested in.