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Which Multivitamin Do You Use?

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Is any porticular multivitamin that you use and are satisfied with?

The only one I use is Centruim, and all my vit levels are good as per blood testing when using it. So that keeps me happy enough.

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I use Oil of Olay....my skin looks better. My hair never seemed to grow and now is getting longer and my nails are heathier. It is also gluten-free

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I use Oil of Olay....my skin looks better. My hair never seemed to grow and now is getting longer and my nails are heathier. It is also gluten-free

I have to say I WAS happy with my vitamin until I read this! Lisa, I'm going to check these out :D

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My hair just go shorter and shorter. It never seemed to grow and I had to trim the dry ends.

I can't attribute all of this new hair growth the Oil of Olay. A good balanced diet and trying to heal a body that has been way out of wack for many years....has it's benefits. I am pleased.

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I use Natrol "My Favorite Multiple" Original (without iron). My body is sometimes sensitive to vitamins and this seems to sit well with me.

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I use MultiTech Isotonix by Market America... My brother in law is a rep... I love it, and it's labeled gluten-free

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Since being disgnosed with C/D, malabsorption and osteoporosis in Nov. 2005, I went straight to the Health Food store and explained my situation. They suggested a liquid vitamin for faster and better absorption. It's called Life Solultions and it's considered a Whole Food blend. It's yummy tasting, the 32 oz. jar runs for $60. but lasts 2 1/2 months at $24.00 a month. What's everybody else's vitamins costing per month? And while we're on the subject; is any one Calcium tablet better than the other. Know you want Vit. D. included.

Thanks, Dianna

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Since being disgnosed with C/D, malabsorption and osteoporosis in Nov. 2005, I went straight to the Health Food store and explained my situation. They suggested a liquid vitamin for faster and better absorption. It's called Life Solultions and it's considered a Whole Food blend. It's yummy tasting, the 32 oz. jar runs for $60. but lasts 2 1/2 months at $24.00 a month. What's everybody else's vitamins costing per month? And while we're on the subject; is any one Calcium tablet better than the other. Know you want Vit. D. included.

Thanks, Dianna

Centrum is like 1/10th that price. :)

As for calisum, my doc told me to get Caltrate-D. I got the Kroger version of it.

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Freeda quintabs, good mix of vitamins and minerals and not hard to swallow.

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My MIL put a slice of apple in a jars of water, then added one of every kind of multivitamen she could think of. It was amazing, what happened. Centrum vitamens got all gooey and yucky. She said that the acid in the water is supposed to be what happens in our body when we take a vitamen? I don't know the scientific research on this.

The best were USANA multivitamens, and Lame Advertisement. She had some store brand ones too, they didn't look to good either, but were better than Centrum.

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Two questions:

Is there only one oil of olay vitamin? Don't want to pick the wrong one.

Does anybody know if the orange chewable Centrum for the US is ok?

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