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Suggestions on vitamin c supplements

Do you have any reason what so ever to assume you have a vitamin c deficiency (also known as scurvy) ? If not, don't waste your money, even if they're cheap. Supplement companies make loads of money ...
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vitamin D as a supplement

There are some studies that link low vitamin D levels with various issues, such as "winter depressions", but it should be remembered that this does NOT mean that vitamin D supplements will make you ...
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Healthy smoothie vs multivitamin

In short, No. There is something known as bio-availability which in essence means how much of a substance is ACTUALLY absorbed. So just because a mulit-vitamin has all these good things in them doesn'...
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Vitamin D vs vitamin D3

D3, also called cholecalciferol, is just one form of the actual vitamin D. D3 is the preferred form of vitamin D for the body that is why when you buy it at pharmacy, it is usually D3. When vitamin ...
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Where can I get nutrition information about food?

This question, as worded, is off-topic. But, since I've written such a program in the past, I'll point you to what I used. The USDA maintains a Nurtient Database that can be downloaded. If memory ...
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Taking multivitamin tablets without workout , will it cause any problems ?

The Truth People tend to go overboard with the POWER of vitamins. You're likely getting what you need from food already, but taking a multi-vitamin won't hurt. Fat Soluble Vitamins A, D, E, K are ...
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