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Multivitamin use among NC women on the rise

By Caitlin Byrd on 01/11/2012 02:25 PM Raleigh, NC (January 9, 2012) – Multivitamin use among women in North Carolina has increased significantly according to fresh survey results. The percentage of women ages 18-45 who reported alluring a multivitamin

Are your multivitamins right?

Are your multivitamins right? DOES your multivitamin announce the nutrition you need? Or do you opt for timed-released multis? Not all multivitamins are the same and many are pinched of the daily value they're supposed to contain. From Colleen Pierre's circulate in,

Why children need a multivitamin

A in the pink, balanced diet proves the best defense against malnourishment, but multivitamins can assistants provide missing nutrients and minerals. Here are some common nutrients that children sometimes wrestle to receive in their diets: - Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Multi-Vitamin: Friend Or Foe?

Multi-Vitamin: Friend Or Foe? The analysis found taking a multi-vitamin does nothing for your health. Is the multi-vitamin a boon companion, foe or neither? “Because I do feel like my diet is short on some of the things that I should be eating, so I started intriguing a liquid vitamin,” says

Why Researchers Say Multivitamins Don't Help with Heart Health

Around 76 percent of Americans take a dietary supplements, according to a 2017 survey by the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Roughly 42 percent said they were taking supplements for overall health and about 26 percent said it was to improve heart health. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) , in 2014 Americans spent $36.7 billion on dietary supplements, of which $5.7 billion dollars went toward multivitamins.

The multivitamin and supplement industry is regulated by the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act passed by Congress in 1994. The FDA is the governing body. The act states that makers can’t make a claim that specific supplements can reduce pain or improve heart health, according to the agency’s website .

However, the act doesn’t require manufacturers to demonstrate the safety of a given supplement before bringing it to market. Additionally, the FDA can only ban a supplement if it finds proof that it’s dangerous.

Both Kopecky and Li said they usually don’t encourage their patients to take multivitamins. The only exception for both doctors is if a patient with heart disease has difficulty making their diet nutritionally diverse.


I am looking for a high quality multivitamin/supplement - saw someonew's post of ingredient check list, in particular - types of calcium and magnesium. I notice Shaklee being touted as high quality- but the vitalizer pack contains the forms of calcium

I use Centrum silver. Its great!

I like OneSource Daily Advanced Multivitamin & Mineral

I take the Deva once a day multivitamin. I love that it's not a giant pill that I can barely choke down, but a good sized caplet that's easy to swallow. Many vegan websites have it, or you can get it from Amazon.


I am 24 M, and I am beginning to learn that vitamins are good for your body and help you prevent diseases. Since I know that I don't get all the vitamins I need everyday, well, at least not the full 100%, is it ok for me start taking a multivitamin everday,

I'm actually a nutrition consultant at GNC, and to answer your question, yes. As long as a multivitamin is a water soluable one (time released) and not synthetic (like your one a day) you're fine to take one. If you take a one-a-day like, well, Men's

Yes, that would be fine.

vitamins are always good as a supplement to your diet.