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The vitamin pills you need and don't need

What about taking a multivitamin pill each day? There is little evidence that it either helps you or hurts you. They're not very expensive, and they're an easy way to fill any nutritional gaps. If you do decide to take a multivitamin, look for a brand

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HealthWatch--Health benefits of chocolate And fortunately, there is a big study, a large trial coming up called COSMOS which is the Cocoa Supplement and Multivitamin Outcomes Study. In this study they're looking at 18,000 participants and they'll be studying flavanols in a capsule form to look

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Mumbai: Woman finds insect in multivitamin pills

Mumbai: Woman finds insect in multivitamin pills What do you do when the thing that is supposed to heal you could actually harm you? A 32-year-old marketing executive from Sion found herself asking this very question last week when she found that her multivitamin pill also contained a very unwanted 

The Evolution of Delivery Forms: From Tablets to Tacos?

Traditionally, supplements have been based on the foundational five forms: hard-shell capsules, tablets, softgels, liquids and powders.

This is changing. Consumers are starting to demand change and new options, and brands are waking up to the fact that supplements don’t need to be taken in a pill or tablet delivery form. As such, consumers are starting to get their supplements in new and exciting ways, and brands and manufacturers are discovering how they deliver is only limited by their creativity.

Larger market segmentation and customers looking for new ways to improve their quality of life is driving this change. There is a more diverse demographic starting to take dietary supplements. According to the Council for Responsible Nutrition’s (CRN) 2017 Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements, 76 percent of U.S. adults take dietary supplements, which is an all-time high for supplement consumption.

With this growth, there is a richer diversification happening not only in terms of who is taking supplements, but also how. People are not just taking tablets and capsules; they are turning to powders and drink mixes in droves. This movement will—and is starting to—transition into foods and other delivery forms as well.

can i give regular multivitamin capsules to my dog?

hi i own a dog, its a japanese spitz and she is 6 to 7 years old. i am giving her a good meal but nowadays she doesn't eat much and she has a hair loss and some blisters on her skin. i think she's getting weak so can i give her multivitamin capsules that


Take your dog to the vet and find out why she has hair loss, skin blisters and weakness. Whatever illness is causing this a vitamin pill is unlikely to help.

Don't give her anything until you find out what is wrong with her and then


Get her a checkup at the vet and see what he says. I don't think it would be good to give her a human multi-vitamin until you found what her deficiency is.


NO!!! A dog's nutritional requirements are NOT the same as a persons. Any pet store or department store will sell a supplement for dogs. Before you think of vitamin deficiency ask yourself if her environment has changed, diet changed, possible allergies,

i get tired and weak often dat even multivitamin capsules dont even help. Can somebody advise me on what to do

I dont have any ailment or disease. Most times it even seems the wind affects my movement. I like eating.


I find that a mixed vegetables helps better than multivitamin. Try drinking more water and sleeping better.

Also try weight training about 3 times a week. When I could do this, I had lots of energy all the time.


Ask a doctor to check you out.
You may have an under-active thyroid

Or maybe you're just getting older