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    Men's Daily Multimineral/Multivitamin Supplement - Vitamins A C E D B1 B2 B3 B5 B6 B12. Magnesium, Biotin, Spirulina, Zinc. Antioxidant For Heart & Immune Health. 60 Daily Gluten Free Multivitamins.
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    • ★ SUPERIOR PROPRIETARY BLEND - Our unique proprietary blend includes Zinc, Selenium, and Vitamins A, C, D, and E plus B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, as well as Spirulina, Calcium, Lutein, and Magnesium. This blend of vitamins and minerals is designed to boost brain, digestive, and immune health.* Each capsule supports better vision, skin care, weight loss, and joint pain relief.*
    • ★ POWERFUL, EFFICIENT & PURE CAPSULES ideal to help ease symptoms caused by the everyday wear and tear of the Modern Man of today, professional adult or retired senior.* Vimerson Health supplements are designed to support your choice for a healthier you. Proudly made in the U.S.A. and GMP-Certified
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    • ★ PROMOTES OVERALL HEALTH - This dietary supplement contains an advanced multivitamin complex that may help increase energy and stamina levels, enhance nervous and immune systems, improve vision, improve antioxidant capabilities, promote sexual health, and promote prostate health.*
    • ★ SAFE, EFFECTIVE INGREDIENTS - Vimerson Health's Men's Multivitamins are formulated with the safest and most gentle ingredients. The supplement does not have hormones, antibiotics, or preservatives, and is soy-free, yeast-free, sugar-free, GMO-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Vimerson Health reminds customers to consult a health care professional before taking this or any other supplement.

    Nature Made Super B Complex Full Strength Softgel, 60 Ct
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    • No Preservatives
    • Gluten Free
    • No Yeast or Starch
    • No Artificial Flavors
    • Colors Derived From Natural Sources - No Synthetic Dyes

Supplements: Worth It or Worthless?

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - A 2016 survey found that 68 percent of Americans take a dietary supplement, and 78 percent have overall confidence that the supplement provides what is stated on its label. But many pills have been shown to provide no results at all. 

Magnesium keeps your heart steady and immune system strong, so you might think taking it as a supplement makes you even stronger. But a Harvard Medical School article states there is no evidence that it helps anything, and it’s best to get your magnesium from leafy greens and beans.  

Another supplement you should not be taking is calcium. It might be doing more harm than good. 

“There’s this paradox where dietary Calcium from food sources, seems to be associated with reduced risk, a lower risk of kidney stones, but Calcium from supplements actually increases the risk of kidney stones,” said Dr. Erin Michos, MHS, Associate Professor of Medicine and Cardiologist

for anxiety disorder, is a multivitamin enough b vitamins?

or should b complex be taken as well as a multivitamin?


Definitely. There's no reason to load yourself up on them in excess of the normal daily requirements unless you've got some sort of bizarre chemical problem and your doctor has actually told you to do so. Maintaining general good health is one of the


Definitely. There's no reason to load yourself up on them in excess of the normal daily requirements unless you've got some sort of bizarre chemical problem and your doctor has actually told you to do so. Maintaining general good health is one of the


No try XANAX. Vitamin B did nothing but make me piss a lot!

Is it overkill to take a multivitamin and B-12?

I take Mens One a day multivamins but just started taking some B-12. My last bloodwork showed I was a little anemic, thanks folks!


That is OK but to avoid creating an imbalance with the other B vitamins it would probably be better to take a vitamin B complex instead of vitamin B12 on its own as all the B vitamins interact.