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Multi vitamin absorption ?

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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
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In brief: What about it?

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Dr. Arthur Heller
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Usually excellent

Often the last thing to go with intestinal disease.
Sometimes chewables better tolerated. Higher doses may not be better, can cause GI upset, high dose c can cause kidney stones, diarrhea. Most people don't need megadoses, many don't need any supplement. Iron deficiency in women, vitamin d deficiency not rare, special populations may need supplementation.

In brief: Usually excellent

Often the last thing to go with intestinal disease.
Sometimes chewables better tolerated. Higher doses may not be better, can cause GI upset, high dose c can cause kidney stones, diarrhea. Most people don't need megadoses, many don't need any supplement. Iron deficiency in women, vitamin d deficiency not rare, special populations may need supplementation.
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