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IOWAGRAMMA Posts: 14,687
10/7/13 3:17 P

Coach, Becky...I never once thought about using a children's version. Mostly I think I eat well and have few things that I need (hence the "too much of some things" when I take it and "not enough of others" when I don't). I'll check that out. I've read this article in the past and it is quite good. Thanks for reminding us about it. emoticon

10/7/13 3:12 P

Here is our SP article on the pros and cons on using a multivitamin-mineral supplement; with some usage and selection guidelines.

Many people (who are eating fairly well) do fine just using the supplement several times a week, or selecting a children's version.

your SP Registered Dietitian

AGILEDOBE Posts: 428
10/6/13 8:08 P

Unfortunately, most food labels don't reflect all the vitamins in a food, but I believe if you eat healthy, 6 to 8 fruit/veggies per day, you are likely getting most of what we need. Occasionally, when I log a new food, I search Nutrition sites like USDA for the full story so I can include it in my favorites

10/6/13 7:57 P

I take a women's multivitamin. I figure it can't hurt.

IOWAGRAMMA Posts: 14,687
10/6/13 7:49 P

I do, but thinking about stopping. I log it into my food tracker. With the MV, I'm over on lots of vitamins. Without it, I'm under. Go figure! No good answer from me, I'm afraid. Good luck!

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10/6/13 7:31 P

Wondering how many of you take a daily multivitamin? Trying to decide if it would be beneficial.

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