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Do you take a multivitamin?



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Do you take a multivitamin?

Do you take a multivitamin? Do you find that it helps you out in your daily life?

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Beverly

I feel so much healthier and more energetic whenever I take a multi-vitamin. I have not taken one for awhile and lately am feeling very tired earlier in the day. I will have to put my good health back on the to do list for the New Year.




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topclassseo

Yes its very essential for our health. yaa i usually take.




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sanfora

i donnt take such things and i dont advice anyone to only use natural vitamins that will get your health better




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angie828

I have been slacking off taking them as well Beverly. I need to start in on it again!




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joegirl

Yes I do. Not too often though, just once in a while and only after consulting with a medical practitioner. Self medication can be dangerous.




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augusta

yes,I take multivitamin at least one daily,it helps to revitalized my body after the day's stress.




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overcast

I do take vitamins depending on the doctors suggestion. Most of the time vitamin once a month is fine for me. I do take b12 vitamin tablets. And that is more than enough for my health. I have found out that vitamin tablets vary depending on health condition. It can be healthy to take only if the doctors recommend it. Otherwise it's not so much worth taking for sure from what I know.




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Barida

I take lots of fruits for I have noticed that they are packed with lots of vitamins nutrients that can help keep the body in shape as well as make the immune system to be strong.




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overcast

Yes fruits, vegetables and the dry fruits are full of vitamin. And they can be good enough for the budget too. You can see that it can make the immune system and also the digestion as well. That's something you have to consider as well. I agree as long as body is healthy with immune system that helps a lot.




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ballyhara

The only ones that my physician recommends. Usually those are Folic acid and Vitamin C. They help to reinforce the immune system, and keep our female hormone levels good. Besides that, you can add some multivitamins that contain minerals like Iron, Phosphorus, Calcium, which participate in tissue elaboration. That's more than enough.




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Corzhens

This discussion reminds me of my younger days when my mother used to buy a bottle of vitamin pills for me. I was a skinny girl and I remained slim in my first 10 years in the office work. But now I get the vitamins I need from natural means particularly from the fruit juice in the morning, vegetables in my meals and also fresh fruits. It is more expensive but more enjoyable instead of taking vitamin pills.




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