Tracking Your

Avoid Adverse Reactions

While supplements are not technically drugs, they can still be powerful.

Technically, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, herbs, or homeopathic remedies are not classified as drugs. However, these substances can have significant effects on physiology and must be used wisely (Learn More). You could experience negative reactions from overlapping supplements, or between supplements and pharmaceuticals. It is important to track of all the supplements you are currently taking and to inform your healthcare provider.

To make it simpler, we provide a few free resources for you to track your supplements.


Tracking Resources

Choose the option that will help you keep an accurate record of your supplements and share that record with your healthcare provider.

Paper Tracker

Sometimes the simplest solution is still the best.

Download, print, and write out your supplements. We recommend attaching it to your patient binder and always bringing in your binder for your 1:1 appointments.



Some of us track all of life in a spreadsheet. Here’s our template to get you started.

Manage your own spreadsheet. Don’t forget to print a copy to bring in for your 1:1 appointments with your provider.

Link to Google Sheet

(Download the .xlsx)

Use Fullscript

Fullscript provides a ready-made digital solution.

Simply search, add your products, and send a notification directly to your provider.

Manage in Fullscript

Still Have Questions?

Reach out to your provider at your next 1:1 appointment to discuss a solution that will work for you.