Keep in mind that a food supplement is a certain nutrient in a concentrated amount, so in many cases it will be advisable to distribute the intakes throughout the day so that the body receives a constant supply of that nutrient and can absorb it better. When we alleviate a nutritional deficiency by taking a supplement, we must understand that it is not enough to take the supplement itself, but we have to make an effort on our part and adapt our habits and our lifestyle so that its intake is as effective as possible. In any case, you must always be attentive to the guidelines and indications recommended by the manufacturer on their consumption in the packaging and follow them faithfully. And, above all, always keep in mind that a food supplement does not replace but complements a healthy, rich, varied and balanced diet. That is, the best way to ensure that our body receives all the necessary nutrients is to provide them through a varied and balanced diet.
In the same way that it is important to take into account how we combine foods in our diet to get the most out of them (for example, the combination of legumes and cereals provides us with a protein of high biological value), so it is also important to correctly combine supplements to obtain the greatest effectiveness.