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Daily Vitamins by Cornelius Civinghall - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 13:35:36 EST ID:X5BW44/s No.55238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Do any of you take daily vitamins? I don't eat meat so I've recently decided to take some daily supplements. I take one pic related a day, and two fish oil + D3 pills per day as well for Omega fatty acids. I've been taking these consistently, eating more salad and veggies, and drinking more water than soda for around a week now. I just want to hear what the community thinks about vitamins and supplements in general. Thanks, /med/!
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Phoebe Greenford - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 22:55:05 EST ID:z8aiqwlu No.55249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Taking a multivitamin is extremely wise if you are not managing to get a high-quality diet full of various colors of fruit, vegetables, complex carbs, and unsaturated lipids. It will help to fill the gaps (although a pill will never be superior to a natural organic material) of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients you are missing. Also sometimes people can struggle to get a diet that contains the necessary cofactors which enable the vitamins to do their job. The main perk with a multivitamin though, is whatever excess you take in, you basically just piss right out. So in addition to augmenting imperfect diets to promote improved health and general body-wide chemistry, there is basically no risk of taking "too much" and causing any harm (with rare exceptions). I challenge anyone skeptical, to do a personal experiment. Get wasted, and the morning after do whatever hangover routine you want, without a multi. Then like a week later get wasted again with the same number of drinks, and pop a multi the next morning and see if you don't experience a faster recovery. I always do.
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Phyllis Buzzlock - Thu, 22 Feb 2018 00:23:50 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, they help with getting proper nutrition. I don't always eat well, or consistently, but I have a medicine cabinet full of multi vitamins and supplements and toothpastes. At least I know that I don't have some terrible deficiency.
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Angus Soffingshit - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 20:56:37 EST ID:qf40UtqL No.55467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The supplement industry in America is still pretty badly unregulated.

What resources are available for consumers to research the different multivitamins out there?
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Ebenezer Hacklegold - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 03:05:53 EST ID:BqzX7C+S No.55474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55238
A good idea is a multivitamin in the morning and a B-12 commplex at noon and
a B-12 complex at dinnertime. Can tell the difference with the B-12 complex myself.
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Nicholas Heffinghall - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 11:31:56 EST ID:IOSQ35m1 No.55475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55238
Check out Alex Jones's "The Real Red Pill"


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