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Freeda Vitamins--anyone Try Them?

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Maybe its a silly question :) but if you have taken the multis from Freeda--how big are the tablets? I hate swallowing pills and don't want to order their multis if they are flippin' huge! Thanks :)

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Maybe its a silly question :) but if you have taken the multis from Freeda--how big are the tablets? I hate swallowing pills and don't want to order their multis if they are flippin' huge! Thanks :)

Jenvan - I bought them online from the company when i first found out i had celiac. they make my stomach a little uneasy because they have such high levels of a couple of things in them...i got the one a day kind. i think they're probably great but i prefer to stick with centrum...(and they're rather big - they make your pee super yellow too because they have lots of vitamin B in them :D )

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Mike and I use the Multi Vitamins (Freeda) and I do not like large sized pills either. THe freeda aren't too bad, I can get it down without choking.

With a lot of pills, I wish they'd make them smaller and I'd take 2 at a time instead of one big one. I frustrates me and I think of the elderly, a lot of them cannot take large pills (esp. women) and they would benefit from vitamins. (Case in point is my mother in law). So because the pills are too hard to swallow, they don't take vitamins.

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Thanks for the input... I did notice Freeda has their "tiny" size vitamin...I could pop a couple of those a day. Maybe I'll see how "tiny" they are! I do like the liquid vitamins...had one I loved, but couldn't trust it was gluten-free. Tried GNC's liquid multi--I thought the taste was so rancid, I literally felt nauseated every morning I took them. Deb--You take the regular multi?

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Thought I'd answer my post in case anyone else ever had the question. I did get Freeda's max vitamin and mineral-Quintabs-M, and the pills are not large at all. They have a bit of a football shape to them and are easy to swallow---woo hoo!

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