"I take D, calcium, vitamin C and B12," explained Lemon.
A new government report finds more than half of all US adults are now taking supplements .
"Many of us are simply not getting enough nutrients from the food that we're eating," said Dr. Michael Aziz, author of "Perfect 10 Diet".
According to the National Center for Health Statistics: 40% of Americans are taking the most common supplements, multi-vitamins and multiminerals.
More than 60-percent of women over 60 are now taking calcium to keep their bones strong.
Both men and women are taking Vitamin D supplements which helps the body absorb calcium and also protects against high blood pressure and cancer.
The supplement market is huge these days with everything from fish oil to flaxseed, but experts warn that too much of a good thing can be bad.
That's why you should talk to your doctor first.
"Many dietary supplements can interact with each other, they can interact with prescription medicines," said Vicki Burt, an author of the study.
Lemon says she feels better since she started taking supplements.
"I don't take them by the handful, I just take the amount I'm supposed to," said Lemon.
The report also shows that more women use supplements than men.