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How Much Vitmin D Should We Take
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
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?
Yes: I recommend the following to most people: -a general multivitamin -an omega 3 fatty acid supplement -an extra calcium with vitamin d (especially for teens and post menopausal women) -an extra vitamin d (ask for your levels to be tested) if you have chronic kidney disease, ask before taking vitamins. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Vitamins: A good multivitamin is a good idea. It's like an insurance policy for when we don't eat right, don't sleep well, or are especially stressed. Go to a good store or get some guidance because the popular brands are typically very week and not helpful. You can take them as long as you wish. Spectracell labs in TX offers a good micronutrient test that provides specific info for your body. ...Read more
From your food: Eat a varied, balanced diet that contains whole grains, lots of fruits, lots of vegetables, and lean meats (including fish). If you eat well, most of your vitamin needs will be met by your food. The exception to this is vitamin d. D is hard to get in sufficient quantity from food, so it's best to take a daily supplement. ...Read more
Vitamins: A good multivitamin is a good idea. It's like an insurance policy for when we don't eat right, don't sleep well, or are especially stressed. Go to a good store or get some guidance because the popular brands are typically very week and not helpful. If you have specific symptoms please pose another question about them. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Best to C UR Doctor!: If you are malnourished, it's best to see your doctor to find out where your deficiencies are, so they can help you target your diet better to get the most trace minerals/supplements from your food, make sure you don't have absorption or assimilation problems. Then, if still deficient, target using supplements besides a multivitamin tablet. Many MVI tabs go thru the system undigested! So C UR Dr.! ...Read more
Not only OK but wise: It is a good idea to take vit d with chemotherapy as it often depletes vit d- see http://www.Naturalnews.Com/037663_chemotherapy_drugs_vitamin_d_deficiency.Html vit d is crucial for proper immune function. Also, there is evidence that vit d improves the effectiveness of chemotherapy- see http://www.Vitamindwiki.Com/chemotherapy+might+be+amplified+by+vitamin+d. ...Read more
Multivitamin: There are many multivitamins out there but one within your budget and suits your lifestyle: active/sport or a regular one should suffice. B-complex, vit d, calcium, vit e, vit k, and vit c are great and when combined with a regular healthy diet, will help. Its often better to get as many nutrients through foods as your body absorbs them better and provide fiber. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If you are taking vit d for bone issues, it can take quite a long time. If for other reasons like chronic pain or soe of the other claimed benefits, ther eis no definitive time period. As far as b12, if for anemia, red blood manufacturing cycles may take a bit of time as well befor eyou see results. Dont let this stop you as long as you andsd your physician agree on the dosages. ...Read more
A,D,E,B6,Zinc,Sel.: One can take too much of the fat-soluble vitamins a, d ; e, though one has to take vey large amounts for a long time to get toxic. B6 is the only water-soluble vit. Known to be toxic with a does of 250mg/day or more. One can also become toxic from high doses of zinc, selenium, manganese ; copper. Even too much calcium may increase risk of atherosclerosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not helpful: Vitamins not for acne as a general rule. Vitamins are designed to be used to replace things that are not present in your diet or you don't get normally. In the us and most developed countries vitamins provide a nice yellow color to your urine and are excreted. Nutraceutical industry is bigger than pharmaceutical industry and don't require scientific proof to advertise. Save money eat healthy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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