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What Is The Best Way To Take A Multi Vitamin
By eating well: 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
None: No research data has shown that a daily multivitamin in an otherwise healthy individual will reduce disease burden or prolong life. It is by far best to get your nutrients by eating a healthy diet full of fruits/veggies, lean protein, and dairy. Also, nutrients obtained through food instead of a vitamin are better absorbed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Allergies to drugs: Try a common one at your drug store (they have store brands) but because you are sensitive get a small bottle and test it. Iif you have problems go try one that is hypoallergenic at solace. http://www.solacenutrition.com/products/nanovm/nanovm-4-8-years.html. ...Read more
Any. MVT choice OTC.: Absent thyroid surgically or by other means like radioactive iodine therapy , is not affected by the choice of multivitamin. Thyroid is ahormone and when in less quantity you need supplements with thyroid preparation like synthroid/levoxyl , most of the sometime and armor thyroid in very few patients when T3 (liothyronine) is less , where as commonly T4 is less. Multivitamin choice doesn't affect thyroid function. ...Read more
What to do if i take b-complex, vitamin d3, and omega 3, what multivitamin do you find to be the best?
The cheapest: I do not place value on the routine use of multivitamins. ...Read more
I am taking multivitamin, omega 3, vitamin d and alpha lipoic acid daily. When is the best time to take each of them. Eg. Before or after meal.
I am taking 25mg of quetiapine and I seem to have no energy in the morning . Is this normal and would it be best to take a multi vitamin at night?
Anytime: It doesn't matter when you take them but as with all medications you should stick to a prescribed routine and don't exceed the recommended dose. For multivitamins (mvi) that is usually once a day and if its not at the same time each day its ok. Understand that in healthy individuals who eat a balanced diet there is no evidence that mvi's are helpful nor will they make up for an unhealthy diet. ...Read more
Multivitamins: There is no one "best" multivitamin, because people have all kinds of characteristics & conditions. Minimally you want to be sure your vitamin uses natural(not synthetic) vit e with mixed tocopherols & trienols. Many lower cost vitamins use synthetic vit e -- potentially damaging to your health. Also you want at least 1000iu vit d in it. Men would most likely not need iron, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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