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I heard this one on the Dr.OZ show take multivitamin 2 times a day it can add another 5% weight loss emoticon

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  • I remember something about taking it twice but you are supposed to break one in half and take half in the a.m. and half at night - by BIRDLSLAURIE
  • New reason to get back on board with vitamins!! - by POLARPUP
  • Really? What is the risk for vitamin OD?
    Sorry for asking: I'm just a natural-born worrier. - by JRBASKIND
  • The reason it promotes weight loss is because you are providing your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to survive. Basic instinct. If you give your body what it needs, it will give you what you want. You will be providing your body nurishment to help naturally health those things.

    When you don't take multi-vitamins your body is practically being shut down because I'm sure that everything you eat doesn't have all the vitamins you need to be taking...and sometimes you'll find that a multi-vitamin may not be enough. Some people need to take a multi-vitamin and more of a certain vitamin...such as a vitamin b complex on top of a multi-vitamin daily. Each vitamin has a purpose and some of them help cure many diseases and problems people have. However, doctors don't tell you that.

    Look into the book Prescription for Natural Healing by Phyllis A. Balch. I was skeptical but after trying many of the remedies..they work! - by ARCHTFLIRT
    That makes great sense. I have heard of breaking the vitamin into two and taking it in the morning and evening helps boost your metabolism. - by MISSARNECIA
    Good questions...Is there a risk? - by MISSARNECIA
  • Really? What is the risk for vitamin OD?
    Sorry for asking: I'm just a natural-born worrier. - by JRBASKIND

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