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Mega Men Sport Vitamin
Has side effects: Contains cartinine and too much can cause diarrhea itching and rashes are common nausea in some which may be due to pantothenic acid or vit b5 as mega men contains 5 times the daily recommended dose high intake of b6 which is 2500% of daily requirement in two capsules is known to cause nerve damage too much vitamin a which is in high level can cause dizziness and headache watch for side effects. ...Read more
No: But see the following web site for further warnings;side effects of gnc mega men vitamins | livestrong.Com www.Livestrong.Com/...Side-effects-of-gnc-mega-men-vitamins gnc produces and markets mega men multivitamins for the male market. The product contains most of the same vitamins and minerals you will find in other ... ...Read more
I dought it!: There should be nothing's in a vitamin that would cause the problem. ...Read more
Contents?: Hello man named Patricia. What are the contents of this stuff? ...Read more
Mega Men 50 plus: GNC Supplement Megamen 50 plus does contain ginko biloba in smaller dose.A 2008 study howed that ginko biloba could increase risk of stroke .The scintists found that those taking ginko biloba had high rate of stroke than those who were given dummy pill.This study was done by university of Virginia school of medicine .And it has been shown ginco biloba causes cancer in animals.So I don't advise ...Read more
Can i take thera tear nutrition vits with ultra women sport vits from vit world and whey protein isolate together ?
NO: No vitamins supplement will have that effect. ...Read more
Waste of money: Vitamins are really unnecessary if you eat a well balanced diet with the major food groups. Supplements end up being excreted into your urine and flushed down the toilet. Taking a multiple vitamin can ensure you don't have any major deficiency, but extra supplements are generally a waste of money and can contain contaminants that are actually harmful. ...Read more
No: No-unless allergic to components in it.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: The rda is generally not enough to promote health, only mitigate disease. High doses of b vitamins are great for stress (adrenal health), energy, memory and neuropathies. B vitamins are water soluble, so if your body doesn't need them, you will urinate them out. My concern with gnc products is that the label may not reflect what is present (vitamins and fillers/toxins). ...Read more
Is the high dosage of b vitamins in 'gnc women's ultra mega multivitamin' a major issue of concern ?
Probably not: The body rids itself of extra vitamins. ...Read more
Recommended daily intake for: b-complex, vitamin b-12, vitamin a, vitamin k, vitamin e, magnesium and potassium?
Depends: If you look at any multivitamin bottle, there will be a rda (recommended daily allowance) for the different components. There is very little evidence out there that surpassing rda will treat or prevent any disease. From my field (ophthalmology), people who have moderate to severe macular degeneration can benefit from higher levels of a, c, e, and zinc, but the benefit is relatively small. ...Read more
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