You say that nutrients are really foods and should be chewed and tasted when taken. But what if the nutrient tastes bad?

Most people will get used to the taste of a nutrient if it is good for them. In fact, many nutrients will have a slightly pleasant taste if you need them, while they will have an unpleasant taste to those who do not have the same needs. If the taste of the nutrient cannot be tolerated, then mix it into some apple sauce, low fat cottage cheese, or some natural peanut butter, so that it can still be slightly tasted. This works well for children (and pets).

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