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Take Multivitamin Before Or After Workout
I workout rigoursly. Can I take bodybuilding. Com foundation series multivitamin. Any side effects?
Very few if you take:
Them as recommended.
Report any concerns/side effects to your pcp.
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To add to my question, I do workout. I have Dumbbells at home. I wanted to know what exercises & should I take fish oil/protein/multivitamins. Thanks?
I've got Whey protein for pre/post workout' acetyl l-carnitine' omega 3s & multivitamins because my diet is poor. Is it safe to take this combo daily?
Please check the: Label or call the manufacturer w/any whey product you use. You want to make sure that the whey is from grass fed cattle and not cattle that are fed full of antibiotics and hormones. Peace and good health. The other things you mention sound beneficial. ...Read more
I work out in gym. Till when I can take multivitamins and multiminerals? I want to ask how much months I can take it?
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. ...Read more
Why am I always tired. I workout, eat, go to school, and work. Sleep 8 hours a night but I'm still tired. Why? I also take all my multi vitamins.
List of Tips: 1) Thyroid lab 2) Sleep apnea questionnaire 3) Depression assessment 4) Poor nutrition (too many carbs) and lack of breakfast and lunch. 5) Adrenal Stress - try Rhodiola (Natures' Way) in the morning and Ashwaganda (Jarrow brand) at bedtime. 6) Increase body movement every hour if sedentary. Do squats and jumping jacks if at desk job. 7) Increase passion for what you're doing. Keep searching! ...Read more
Please tell me which is best multivitamin supplement? My age is 21 yearss and I also do workout in gym.
No single best:
That's like asking what's the best drug or what's the best car. There is no single best and different ones will be different for different people based on their genetics, diet, lifestyle etc.
Here is a guide to independent ratings of 101 different brands of multivitamins; it is not inclusive as some great ones aren't included, but any in the top 35 are great: http://bit. Ly/1b36cq0. ...Read more
Is there any harm taking 1 scoop of whey protien, one multivitamin, 1tab vitamin E 400ui, 1tab vitamin C 500mg together after weight training workout?
Seems OK: The above mention supplements are in common use and the amount you indicated is in safe range and so should be ok to use. Remember that supplements are meant to supplement and should not the primary source of your vitamins/proteins etc. A well balanced diet with plenty of fruits/veggies should a better approach. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm a healthy 25 year old female. I'm very active, however I don't always eat the best foods. Should I take a daily multivitamin?
Would not: Hurt. Good idea if you are bad about your fruits and veges. ...Read more
I don't currently take a multivitamin. Is there any evidence that taking one daily would do me good? I am 48 yr old male in relatively good shape.
MVI (multivitamin) Prevention: There is evidence for a modest benefit for cancer prevention from the long-running physicians's health study. When people do experience benefit from a mvi, (multivitamin) it is usually due to the presence of b vitamins. There is better evidence that mood can be improved and the negative effects of stress can be diminished with an adequate daily intake of otherwise safe, water soluble b vitamins. ...Read more
Should a woman in her late 20s who doesn't eat veggies and rarely eats any fruits take a multivitamin?
Possibly: The diet you describe is rich in B vitamins but may be deficient in folate (folic acid). I recommend that all women of child-bearing age get adequate folate (folic acid). Unless you've been specifically diagnosed with B12 deficiency, I recommend a multivitamin instead of Vitamins B6 & B12. Keep in mind that, even tho you'll get enough folate (folic acid), you'll still miss out on all the other benefits of fruits & veggies. ...Read more
It depends: There are hundreds of different multivitamins of varying strengths. Some are designed to take one a day and others are formulated with the intention you take 8/day. It can be hazardous to take too much iron (men should not take any), pregnant women should avoid too much vit a, very high doses of b6 can cause neuropathy- so it depends on you, your individual needs & the type you are taking. ...Read more
No minerals: I suggest a multivitamin without minerals, which are actually trace metals. Trace metals are supposed to be in your diet "in trace, " hence their name. Metals are easily oxidized make them "oxidants" which are the opposite of anti-oxidants. In other words, supplementing trace metals is probably not a good idea. ...Read more
None: At your age, unless you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant there is no need to take a multivitamin. It is best to get your nutrients from whole foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes, whole grains, and wild salmon. Ignore advice from any doctor who tells you to take such pills without knowing your medical and social history. ...Read more
The best is taken from plant sources grown in an environment with complete mineral content and processed in a way that does not destroy the benefits. One such product that I take is Alpha sun from www. Simplexityhealth. Com/docsalgae
i have been taking this product for nearly 20 years and in my opinion it is the best. ...Read more
You can any time: Vitamin supplements can be taken any time throught the day/night, but just remember that they are supplements--they should not replace what you should be getting fresh from your diet. If you eat a vaiety, balanced, healthy diet (see picture here) and exercise regularly, there is no need to take supplement. Consult doc or nutristionist if you need help. Good luck. ...Read more
Depends on which one:
Yes, it's good to take a multivitamin every day provided that you choose a good quality multivitamin. Some recent studies purported to find that multivitamins are not beneficial but these studies used poor-quality vitamins like centrum. Many studies that use better quality vitamins find significant benefits. See http://bit. Ly/18xyule
for independent ratings of 101 multis see http://bit. Ly/1b36cq0. ...Read more
Not a good idea: An 8-year-old's nutritional needs are different from those of an adult male. That's why there are special formulations for children & different ones for adults. People with specific illnesses/conditions may have additional nutritional needs. Discuss vitamin choices with your pediatrician. ...Read more
Not needed: No. There is ZERO reason for a teenager to take vitamins. In fact many of us are coming to understand that most vitamins offer NO health benefit to anyone unless they have a documented specific deficiency. ...Read more
Yes: Don't expect miracles from stacker 3, and I hope you are not investing too much money or hope in this. Vegetarians need to take a cheap vitamin-mineral supplements and iron and vitamin d are in short supply with many lifestyles. So a cheap drugstore-chain multivitamin-with-minerals isn't unreasonable. ...Read more
Define "working": I'm not sure what you mean by "working." you're generally not going to notice any benefit from taking a multivitamin unless you happen to have a symptomatic vitamin deficiency. Some people think that vitamins will given them "energy, " but that's not the case unless you have a deficiency. ...Read more
It is a high dose and has been recommended by some dermatologists and alternate medicine practitioners for hair loss at dose of 2000 to 10000 micrograms. It is considered a safe supplement with minimal side effects like nausea, pain, stress;anxiety, diarrhea and chest pain.And rarely itching.
You can take with multivitamins at the same time. ...Read more
Probably: Safe, probably, but why? If you are young and relatively healthy, you probably don't need any multivitamins at all. If you do feel the need to take one, ask your pharmacist for a complete multivitamin, and take one daily. Eat a variety of healthy minimally processed foods, drink plenty of water, and you should be fine in the absence of specific illness. ...Read more
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