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Olympic Hopeful Sues Cooper Concepts over Multivitamin with Banned Substance

Reports.

Cox says the multi-vitamin contained trimetazidine, a banned substance that is not approved for sale in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration, DMN reports. A lab accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency found the substance in the vitamin she was taking.

Though she was cleared to swim in 2018, Cox says the damage was done in the two year ban, as the world-class swimmer was unable to participate in olympic qualifying competitions or obtain sponsorships, DMN reports. Cooper Concepts Inc., part of the business operations of Cooper Clinic, stopped using the manufacturer for the vitamin when they found out about the substance. “We carefully formulated the ingredients to be included in our products and we relied on our manufacturer to produce products accordingly,” Cooper Concepts told DMN.

“We are evaluating the allegations and claims in the lawsuit. In September 2018, Cooper Concepts learned of Madisyn Cox’s complaint about the Cooper vitamin supplement she had been using and immediately removed it from its product line. We are saddened and disappointed for Madisyn Cox and any competitions she missed.” Cooper Concepts said in a statement. “We carefully formulate ingredients to be included in our products and expect adherence to all appropriate standards.”

Should I take a zinc supplement along with my A and D multi-vitamin?

Someone told me that taking a zinc supplement along with an A and D multi-vitamin would be good for my skin. Is this true?


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The information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. It is important to seek the advice of a physician about any medical condition or symptom. It is also important to seek the advice of a physician, registered dietitian,

can i take Vitamin D, Calcuim and a multi vitamin all at once?

can i take Vitamin D, Calcuim and a multi vitamin all at once or should I space them out.... ex. like one at night and one in the morning or is it fine to take all of them in the morning with a meal


Its not recommended but i do that some times just to get a boost.


Depends on if your multi vitamin contains vitamin d or calcium already. If they do, don't bother with the vitamin d or calcium. If you want to take them all, go ahead. Won't cause any harm!