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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (138,465)
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12/27/13 11:34 P

As far as vitamins in general are concerned, I am a firm believer that in most cases, you are best off to ensure that you eat a healthy diet with a lot of variety - including lean protein, and plenty of fruit/veges and some healthy fats.

Where it comes to specific things like your mentioning your Thyroid function, it is best that you talk with your Dr about it, and if need be get a referral to a Registered Dietitian for more qualified input.

Kris

ELIZABETH5268 SparkPoints: (46,502)
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12/27/13 4:19 P

I take probiotics, spirulina along with fish oil and 5 HTP. I used to take Garden of Life Probiotics but found them much cheaper on Vitacost getting Vitacost brand. I even caught them when they were having a sale so I bought one and got a bottle for free:) The spirulina I have is Vitacost brand too.

STILLLIFE15 SparkPoints: (781)
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12/27/13 4:16 P

Right now I am taking Fish Oil, Calcium, and B-100.

Few questions. :)
Anyone know any good daily vitamins to take?
Are there any specific vitamins that will help with your thyroid?
Metabolism boosters?
Any every day recommended vitamins?
:)

Edited by: STILLLIFE15 at: 12/30/2013 (02:06)
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