Is it possible for vitamin supplements to suppress appetite?

Not really. Vitamins are not known to suppress appetite unless they are in a toxic range and that would be dangerous to your health.
Actually. There is one supplement n acetyl choline that may help. I reccomemd 1200 mg bid.

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Should kids take vitamin supplements?

No. A balanced diet will take care of vitamin requirements. Vitamin supplements would be a waste of money. Read more...
Kids n vitamins. Because diets of kids are so unpredictable, a single multivitamin daily isn't a bad idea. Read more...

Can you overdose on vitamin supplements?

Yes. Certain vitamins, particularly the fat soluble ones, a, d, e, and k can reach toxic levels if you take too much. The other vitamins can cause other health problems, such as increasing risk for cancer, if taken in very high doses. Read more...

How effective are daily vitamin supplements?

Not at all. If you don't have a deficiency, supplements offer no benefit and according to some recent studies may actually cause harm. See september 2012 issue of consumer reports article on the dangers of taking vitamin supplements. The only way to know if you have a deficiency is to be tested for it. See your doctor to discuss test options. Read more...

Do vitamin supplements make you gain weight?

No. Vitamins have no significant calorie content so a contribution to weight gain would not be a direct effect. Some supplements may trigger your appetite and have a secondary effect on your eating habits, thus contributing to weight gain. Read more...

What are some good vitamin supplements to take?

None. If you don't have a deficiency, supplements offer no benefit and according to some recent studies may actually cause harm. See september 2012 issue of consumer reports article on the dangers of taking vitamin supplements. The only way to know if you have a deficiency is to be tested for it. See your doctor to discuss test options. Read more...

Which type of vitamin supplements should I take?

Need more info. Recommendations differ depending on your health status, gender, age, and goals, etc. You have shared nothing about your diet, goals, or current status. So, your best bet would be to consult a physician skilled in nutrition and integrative medicine. You can find one through american board of integrative holistic medicine: http://www.Abihm.Org/ at the very least, most need a good multivitamin. Read more...

Aren't too many vitamin supplements bad for you?

Yes. Too much of a vitamin may be toxic to the liver and nervous system (peripheral). Always take vitamin supplements under the direction of a physician who will give the right guidance. Read more...