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KAZZIE531 SparkPoints: (69,735)
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9/1/13 2:12 P

Prime years multi vitamin and oil....niacin...mega vitamin d and sam e

MMK113 SparkPoints: (17,862)
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Posts: 464
9/1/13 1:57 P

Multi with D3 coQ10 and B complex Dr has suggested I add fish oil. emoticon

SUNFLOWERGAMMY SparkPoints: (27,692)
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Posts: 1,654
9/1/13 10:13 A

None emoticon

SLIMTHICK2 SparkPoints: (90,164)
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Posts: 7,295
9/1/13 10:11 A


MNNICE Posts: 16,696
9/1/13 8:44 A

Multivitamin and 2 or 3 times a week a vit D

FAITHP44 Posts: 8,259
9/1/13 7:06 A

A multivit once or twice a week. I eat quite healthily so don't want to overdo the vits but do want to be sure I'm not missing anything.

TENNISJIM Posts: 11,750
9/1/13 6:03 A

None -- I don't take any.

THROOPER62 Posts: 31,749
9/1/13 6:02 A

Calcium with vitamin D and a multi-vitamin

LOUIE-LILY Posts: 4,597
8/28/13 12:27 P

I take a long list of supplements for Diabetes/Cholesterol/general health support:

Alpha Lipoic, Krill Oil, Vitamin D, CoQ10, Multi B, B12 Sublingual, Calcium, Evening Primrose Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Omega 3, Magnesium, Apple Cider Vinegar , GABA, Kyolic Garlic, MSM Emergen-C, Plant based protein powder in smoothie, flax seed, Metamucil (for Cholesterol).

If anyone really wants to know the amounts of what I take and/or reasoning and benefits - feel free to visit my SPage and leave me a question or send me an email.

8MORE2GO1 Posts: 1,839
8/28/13 11:23 A

Just one a day vitamins

QUAIL75 Posts: 9,730
8/28/13 11:19 A

D3, Fish oil and B-complex

8/28/13 11:07 A

Gummy vitamins FTW! I take a multi-vitamin and a calcium supplement.

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,334
8/28/13 10:53 A

I take a multivitamin and vitamin E regularly.

TIG123GER SparkPoints: (77,547)
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8/28/13 10:25 A

Multi-vitamin, cinnamon, fish oil, low dose aspirin, and apple cider vinegar

EXOTEC Posts: 3,327
8/28/13 9:56 A

Ohh... I take a bucketload. I've got them all posted on my Nutrition Tracker, listed as "supplement," if anybody cares to know the exact items.

I'm on them in an attempt to address both "leaky gut" and symptoms of scleroderma. If anything tempts you -- PLEASE research them and don't just pick them up and "try" them! These are things I've chosen pertaining to my individual needs.

For whoever said they take B6 and B12... be sure you get folic acid, too. I'm reading a very good book at the moment called "The Heart Revolution," in which the cardiologist/researcher addresses heart disease from the standpoint of homocysteine levels. He was pretty much drummed out of his respected employment and research positions as a result of this (which has since been reliably duplicated) because the pharmaceutical companies can't copyright those vitamins and make their millions. If you get a chance, see if you can find a copy of the book. It's old enough (not ancient!) that it should be available in libraries or second-hand bookstores.

Our nutritional profiles are so deficient because of the way we grow and process our foods that it's hard to achieve a really healthy diet just eating what we can buy in stores. Grow your own or supplement!

KKKAREN Posts: 12,754
8/28/13 8:17 A


KITTY20 Posts: 8,094
8/28/13 7:57 A

Calcium and vitamin D

PEACHY_GIRL Posts: 18,921
8/28/13 7:32 A


JIACOLO SparkPoints: (517,636)
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8/28/13 7:18 A

Omega 3, Vitamin D, Magnesium, Multi, Enzymes, Fiber powder, Probiotics, Prebiotics...there may be more

KIM22211 SparkPoints: (123,954)
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Posts: 7,143
8/28/13 7:05 A

too many to post!

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (108,021)
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Posts: 2,954
8/28/13 6:49 A

The only time I take vitamin supplements is in the winter. From November to March, I take Vitamins C and D.

FIRYMIST35 Posts: 1,154
8/28/13 12:45 A

B12, D, Ca if my diet is low and lysine to prevent shingles recurrences

GOALWTIN7 SparkPoints: (2,121)
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8/27/13 11:52 P

The only two blood tests show I need, B12 and D3.

ALBERTJON SparkPoints: (3,133)
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Posts: 1,299
8/27/13 11:46 P

multivitamin for seniors
low-strength aspirin

2FABULOUS40 SparkPoints: (34,292)
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Posts: 512
8/27/13 11:02 P

multi vitamin
vitamin d
vitamin e

JPRSAVETTE SparkPoints: (5,268)
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Posts: 177
8/27/13 10:56 P

i take calcium and magnesium

SLENDERELLA61 Posts: 10,073
8/27/13 8:58 P

Vitamin D3 - 5000 units - prescribed by my doctor, once daily for 60 days

SLIMMERKIWI Posts: 26,163
8/27/13 8:35 P

Omega 3 Fish Oil, Calcium and Vitamin D - all prescribed.


KARENCRANER Posts: 3,425
8/27/13 8:10 P

Calcium + D

NANAS4GIRLS SparkPoints: (77,198)
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Posts: 174
8/27/13 3:58 P

Multi Vitamin
Calcium w/ D, Magnesium, Zinc
B 12
Low Dose Aspirin

JUHISAXENA SparkPoints: (98,381)
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Posts: 1,194
8/27/13 3:55 P

Multi vitamin & vitamin D

GENRE009 SparkPoints: (33,603)
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8/27/13 3:53 P

Among my favorite is a probiotic, because it helps with so many things. Made from natural substances, it is chlorophyll, and green. What does that mean? Well our bodies are alkaline, and this balances the body back into alkaline. An acidic body creates disease. The chlorophyll
or green delivers lots of oxygen. The substances that it is made out of gives you minerals, also helping with health. My favorite is Garden of Eden, cause it has 50 billion live bacteria, the dry over the shelf. Should I go on and tell you what it can do: diverticulous, bowel, and stomach balance, depression, nerve damage, any inflammation... All disease starts with inflammation. I hope this helped you. The cost is about $40.00, 3 pills daily.

MAMA_CD Posts: 1,507
8/27/13 3:46 P

multi-vitamin & Omega 3-6-9

07SOJO Posts: 1,652
8/27/13 3:34 P

Vitamin D

8/27/13 3:18 P

vitamin D.

BERRY4 SparkPoints: (250,483)
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8/27/13 2:58 P

There are several on my list:
evening primrose oil
chelated calcium & magnesium + MSM
fish oil, vit.D, B-12, B-Supreme, Adrenal Cortex

(Yes there IS a reason for each. I'm not just mindlessly taking supplements. I AM under the care of a naturopath.)

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