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FIELDWORKING SparkPoints: (29,897)
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10/23/12 1:29 P

I actually started taking the ones you are talking about. I started taking them because I realized that I wasn't getting enough of the right kind of vitamins and minerals. I haven't actually talked to my dr about it yet. I probably should since she put me on iron tablets last year. I do feel like it is helping though.

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10/22/12 11:23 P

I think it's great that you're asking your doctor first. :) Get a couple opinions!

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10/22/12 11:23 P

Hi,

Remember supplements are not regulated by the FDA so as long as they don't promise to cure an illness, they can pretty much say anything, but that does not mean they are safe, nor guarantee the promise on the label. The best way to boost your metabolism is to get active and build some lean body mass.

Coach Nancy

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10/22/12 11:14 P

i been looking for natural ways to help boost my energy and a friend recommended Women's One A Day Active Metabolism. what do you guys think. im gonna ask my dr. but what do you guys think?

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