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    NATURELO One Daily Multivitamin for Men - with Whole Food Vitamins & Organic Extracts - Natural Supplement - Best for Energy, General Health - Non-GMO - 60 Capsules | 2 Month Supply
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    • ★ GMO Free ★ Soy Free ★ Gluten Free ★ No Gelatin ★ No Preservatives, Coloring or Flavoring
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    • ★ Contains NATURAL Vitamins A, B Complex, C, D3, E, K2 ★ Minerals - Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Potassium ★ Antioxidants from ORGANIC Fruit and Vegetable Extracts
    • ★ Supports Immunity, Vitality & Wellness ★ High Quality ★ Made in the USA
    • ★ Features B12 from Methylcobalamin ★ B6 from P-5-P ★ MTHFR-friendly Folate (not Folic Acid) ★ Biotin ★ Vitamin C from Organic Acerola Cherries ★ Vitamin E from Organic Rice Bran ★ Plant-based Calcium from Algae ★ Iodine from Organic Kelp

    OPTIMUM NUTRITION Opti-Women, Womens Daily Multivitamin Supplement with Iron, 120 Capsules
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    Optimum Nutrition


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    • AVAILABLE IN 60 AND 120 CAPSULE BOTTLES - Vcaps used are Vegetarian Society Approved
    • 23 VITAMINS AND ESSENTIAL MINERALS helps provide the body with key nutrients*
    • FEMALE-SPECIFIC MULTIVITAMIN  - advanced formula to help support the overall health and active lifestyle of women*
    • 600MCG FOLIC ACID; 18MG IRON
    • TAKE 2 VCAPS WITH FOOD
    • 17 SPECIALTY INGREDIENTS - aids in creating a comprehensive and multifaceted multivitamin for the active woman

Trash the Vitamins: Convince Your Patients

The American Medical Coalition recommends supplements specifically for seniors who have generalized decreased food intake, while the American Dietetic Linking advises low-dose multivitamin and mineral supplements depending on individualized

Vitamin D Prevents Fractures, But Role in Cancer Remains Unclear

Some people in the placebo groups may have in the gen been taking vitamin D supplements, perhaps as part of a multivitamin, and study participants could vary greatly in terms of the levels of vitamin D in their diets, and their sun laying open.

World Renowned Nutritionist and Author Endorses GBG 10-IN-ONE Multi-Vitamin ...

GBG, a important health and wellness network marketing company, announced today that Dr. Mindell, a creditable nutritionist and author of more than 50 books, is officially endorsing GBG 10-IN-ONE multi-vitamin sequel for its mental and physical health

Multi-vitamins are good for nothing

Multi-vitamins are good for nothing Experts have said that millions of consumers might be wasting their net on multi-vitamin supplements, as they do nothing for health. Researchers spent more than six years following 8000 people and found that those bewitching supplements were just as

Your multivitamin supplements aren't helping your heart, study says

Kim and his colleagues performed a systematic review of 18 different studies investigating associations between MVM supplements and an array of CVD outcomes, including coronary heart disease and stroke. More than 2 million participants were involved in the studies with an average 12 years of follow-up.

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Supplements with herbs, hormones or drugs were not included in the analysis.

Key findings

Researchers found that overall, there was no association between MVM supplements and CVD mortality, even after adjusting for participant diets, sex, age, smoking habits, physical activity, study sites and other factors.

While MVM was associated with a slightly lower risk of developing heart disease in studies outside of the U.S., the association was not significant in randomized controlled trials and did not take into account participant fruit and vegetable intake.

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Do you give your breast fed baby multivitamin supplements with iron?

My doctor recommended that I start giving my baby multivitamin supplements (poli vi sol with Iron) as of 2 months of age. My baby is now almost 5 months and I have actually only given the vitamins several times and discontinued to do so because I had


The extra iron is not necessary... though many doctors still don't know it.. because of their own lack of research.

Your book was right. When solids come, just do foods rich in iron... like leafy greens (pureed steamed spinach...).


I am a mother of 3 children (4 1/2, 3, and 19 months) and our pediatrician has only recommended giving multivitamins at age 2. I also started giving my children solids at 4 months. Breast milk is the most nutritional and healthy milk for an infant to


Babies who are breastfed do not need ANY suppliments!
Breastmilk = perfect nutrition (no matter what mom eats!)

And yes, 6 months is a good time to start solids. You can skip cereal as it has no nutritional value. Go with fruit

Is taking multivitamin supplements accually bad for your health?

I am just wondering if taking supplements are accually bad for your health in long term useage.


Frank, can you post a link to some of these multiple studies that suggest Vit C suppresses the immune system??

I'd like to evaluate them, because everything I've read (and I've read extensively) suggests quite the opposite.
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I take a multivitamin because I have unstable iron levels and don't eat enough sometimes. It's been a benefit to me and I feel more energetic, and my doctor has never mentioned the possibility of harm. That is, make sure you are consulting a doctor and


The research is clear that unless someone has an unusual deficiency (seen in third-world countries or first-world eating disorders), supplementing many vitamins has been shown to not improve health. Excessive doses (often practiced by people who believe