Daily vitamins?
#1
What, if any, vitamins do you take?

I take a men's multi, a flaxseed/fish oil combination, and vitamin c. 
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#2
  I'm a 49-yr old female, & the only vitamin I take is D. I also take calcium & fiber supplements.
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#3
I had a doctor (who is also a priest) tell me once that most multivitamins do not break down once swallowed, they pass right through your system.  Because of this I take a chewable gummi vitamin.  Yes, it feels a bit childish, but at least it gets broken down. With vengeance.  :)
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#4
Guardian, here is my daily cocktail of goodies:

http://www.traceminerals.com/products/en...-vitamin-c
http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/store/en/br...OCobm-7PoI
http://www.drugstore.com/natures-way-ali.../qxp310348
http://bragg.com/products/bragg-organic-...negar.html
http://www.arnoldsupplements.com/Nature_...ls-036.htm
http://www.naturemade.com/products/healt...e-strength

I also eat two organic apples a day and two organic spinach salads with Kirkland brand organic virgin olive oil. With the exception of this past week and most Sundays, I keep sugar to a 0 and eat two slices of Rudi's organic bread and/or organic wheat pasta along with organic meats and almonds. Breakfast is usually three or four free range and/or organic hard boiled eggs.
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#5
That's why you take vitamins after meals, they have more time to break down in your stomach with the food you just ate. They will break down, just not as quickly if you take them by themselves, which is not recommended, unless they're in liquid form. Most store bought vitamins are trash, the best ones you have to get at specialty stores. 

Heinrich, I like the vitamin cocktail there! Looks very healthy, but expensive. I take Fish Oil and Orange Triad Multis (you should check out Orange Triad). I have bad eczema sometimes, seems like the only thing that gets rid of it is when I eat right and use handmade soap. I have super sensitive skin, and pretty much all store bought soap irritates me badly, so I have to use organic hand-made soap.

Best way to boost testosterone is to eat lots of meat, nuts and spinach and to get plenty of sleep. Avoid sugar and estrogen foods. Avoid GMO and steroid meat.
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#6
Here are my notes for a proper testosterone increasing diet:

Foods for increasing testosterone:

Grass fed beef only
Broccoli, Chorella, asparagus.
Pine, Macadamia, Almonds.
Good sources of fat: Olive oil, Fish oil, walnuts, cashews.

Good supplements: Vitamin E, C, CDP Choline, Fishoil, Zinc, carnosine.

Sleep in a completely dark room. Stop carrying cell phone in pocket. Do not smoke all the time (a pipe or cigar every once in a while is fine)

Drink micronutrient enhanced or alkaline water. Fat does not raise testosterone.
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#7
(12-30-2012, 06:32 PM)Atomagenesis Wrote: That's why you take vitamins after meals, they have more time to break down in your stomach with the food you just ate. They will break down, just not as quickly if you take them by themselves, which is not recommended, unless they're in liquid form. Most store bought vitamins are trash, the best ones you have to get at specialty stores. 

What kind of vitamins do you suggest?  Can they be purchased on line?
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#8
Good stuff, Atom.
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#9
(12-30-2012, 04:41 PM)DrBombay Wrote: I had a doctor (who is also a priest) tell me once that most multivitamins do not break down once swallowed, they pass right through your system. 

Whilst researching magnesium I have read that magnesium oxide, which is the form present in multivitamins, is mostly passed through the body and the magnesium not absorbed.
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#10
I have regular sessions with BALCO founder Victor Conte. We have a regimen going...




All I really take is a one a day multi.
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