Can I take a multivitamin, fish oil, vitamin c, glucosamine and garlic supplement all at the same after a big meal?

Yes. You can certainly take all of them without having any idea of how much money you are wasting. None of these have any benefit for a 30 year old and some recent evidence suggests some you are choosing to take can actually cause harm.
Yes. Yes, it's safe to take those together. Multivits. Are a bit tricky as some of the components (fat soluble vits a, d ; e) are better absorbed with fats while minerals are better absorbed on an empty stomach, but sometimes the b vits ; zinc cause stomach upset on an empty stomach- so generally best to take after a meal. Consider additional vit d if you don't get much sun. See http://bit.Ly/1dc7vna.
Why? Why are you taking these pills? At your age, there is no need to suppleemnt with multivitamin unless you are preganant to plan to be soon. If you are taking a multi, which you shouldn't then you don't need extra vitamin c. Best to get your vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables. For B12 and vitamin d, eat wild salmon and then no need for fish oil. Eat healthy meals and forget pills.
Best time . Best time to take those supplements is with food. If you notice it bothers you then split it up. Don't overdo the garlic. You may want to get close to someone and large amounts of garlic will come out in your pores and breath.

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I take fish oil, vitamin c, vitamin d, calcium plus vitamin d, red yeast rice, multivitamin, which of this is the most effect?

That is fine. All you need is calcium and vit. D. Calcium is 1200-1500mg a day and vit. D 800-1200 units a day.If your diet is normal. Read more...
All. They all help in their individual and different ways. Keeping the body in fine form includes putting enough good in and keeping out enough of the bad. The body knows how to balance the good stuff. The bigger question is what are the doses you take, and a nutritionally oriented physician or naturopath would be able to analyze this for you. Read more...
Ca and D. Why are you taking all that junk? What do you think it will do for you? How will you know if it's working? What deficiency are you treating or what disease are you trying to prevent? There's no scientific evidence that any of that will help you except for good calcium in your diet and about 2000 units of d a day. Don't get your medical info from tv, friends or the internet. Read more...

I take a multivitamin plus vitamin c, d, all b's with niacin and fish oil, calcium, red yeast rice, should I take the vitamin magnesium with these & why?

It depends. First of all, magnesium is a mineral, not a vitamin. Vitamins are not a substitute for a healthy diet but it is reasonable to take supplements for prevention. Most people don't need calcium supps- evidence suggests this increases risk of atherosclerosis! i don't advise red yeast rice for most. Magnesium deficiency is common- see my comment for a link to see if you have symptoms of low magnesium. Read more...
I don't like it. Truth be told, I don't like combining Niacin with the red yeast rice as they can both have toxic effects upon the liver. I hope you're having your liver blood enzyme levels monitored on that combination. Adding Magnesium to all of this is not my concern as I don't see any issue in that as long as your doses of all these other medications are not excessive. Read more...

If I take fish oil, vitamin c, b-100, vitamin d, red yeast rice, probiotics, calcium pill, do I still need a multivitamin?

Eat healthy. Depends what condition it is being taken for. Generally, a well balanced diet and regular exercise program averts the need for all of these. Interestingly, some recent research studies implicate that multivitamin intake is associated with a higher overall mortality. Read more...

Having colonoscopy next week. Is it critical that low dose aspirin, fish oil, multivitamin, and vitamin C be discontinued 7 days in advance?

Yes If Told Not. The Aspirin and fish oil both can thin your blood and cause bleeding issues during the procedures. Vitamins often have dyes in them that can discolor the tissues and make it difficult to accurately assess any conditions that might be present. Do you really want to go through the prep for the test to get false or inaccurate results? Follow the doctor's orders! Read more...

If I take fish oil, prenatal, and multi vitamins daily along with a weight loss supplement, am I over doing it? Or am I okay?

OK unless pregnant. Prenatal vitamins ARE multivitamins so taking a prenatal AND multi is redundant but unlikely to be toxic unless you become pregnant, as is hazardous to take more than 10,000 iu of pre-formed Vit A in early pregnancy (beta carotene is OK). So if the 2 together have more than 10,000 iu stop the multi BEFORE pregnancy. Also DO NOT take weight loss sups if pregnant. But add Vit D- take total 5000 iu. Read more...
Pregnancy. Take your prenatal vitamins. The rest are not necessary and the weight loss supplement could cause your baby harm. Be sure to get enough calcium - 1200 to 1500 mg. If not pregnant, a healthy and well balanced diet is the best source of nutrients and you can bank the money saved on vitamins. A multivitamin would be fine. Read more...