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How Much Vitiman D Should I Take
Yes & No: B vitamins are water soluble so it's pretty difficult to take too much - at least w/most reputable vitamins as you'll just urinate any excess that you don't need. However, that's not to say they can't cause side effects. Vitamin b3 (niacin) goes thru your liver 1st and can cause some issues before it's excreted. Check out www.Epocrates.Com & www.Drugs.Com for more info & drug interactions. ...Read more
How much vitamins should I take per day (a,c,d,e,b,k) iam 22 years old and male, my weight is 98 kg and height is175cm?
Take a good multivit: You are young, and will do well on a good multivitamin. You can purchase that anywhere, and Whole Food has a lot of selection to choose from. Most of them are in or more than the minimum RDA. KADE are fat soluble. So you don't want to overdo. They can accumulate faster than the water soluble ones: B, C. Read the instruction to find out how many tablets you need to take per day. Usually 1. ...Read more
They're all good.: Use the least expensive multivitamin that has the widest variety of needed vitamins, most of which your body probably already has in excess, but also containing those you may be a bit low in. Brands usually don't matter, especially since you end up peeing most of (the excess unneeded) vitamin into the toilet anyway. Beware of too much fat-soluble vitamins k, a, d, and e as they can become toxic! ...Read more
When you remember: When you can remember and build it into your regular routine. ...Read more
Not too much!: Vitamin c is overtaken by many and could have downsides. Take no more than 100mg/day. Vitamin a is fat soluble, and too much can causes many side effects. If you take the vitamin a precursor, beta-carotene, the only harm might be yellowing of skin at excessive doses. I recommend the mdr for regular vitamin a. ...Read more
What vitamins are: most important actually changes throughout life. Many young adults have suboptimal eating habits; a balanced diet can eliminate the need for any vitamin supplements. Nutrients most needed in young women are calcium (1200 mg daily) and vitamin D (15 micrograms). Omega-3 fatty acids are important as well as iron (18 mg), vitamins A (700 microgram), C (75 mg) and E (90 microgram). ...Read more
Hi! I would like to know if taking a daily amount of vitamins implicates any risk for my health! and what if I take to much? Thanks!
I don't have that much appetite and I want to gain weight... What vitamins can I take to help me gain some weight by increasing my appetite?
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