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Jane Feddersen

Jane is a former DI student-athlete and lifelong health enthusiast. Since graduating from College of Charleston where she played both indoor & beach volleyball, Jane’s spent the last four years building her marketing career with experience in project and partner management. Outside of work, her nutrition certification, dog, travel and yoga flows keep her busy.

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Jane Feddersen

Vitamins are horrendously confusing. Sure, the benefits of topping up healthy compounds and eliminating nutritional deficiencies seem intuitive enough. But the jury is still out on whether most healthy people really need them. And with thousands of brands, nutritional claims, dosages, and a wide range of price points, who can you really trust? 

 

Not the FDA, I’m afraid. They don’t regulate the vitamin industry, so many big-brand formulas actually contain harmful ingredients like lead, mercury, or PCBs. It’s easy to be deceived by big promises on slick packaging, but stay wary, folks. Many vi