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Why cold??????
Vitamin D3 is the most important, and with calcium - intake preferable from foods.
The probiotic and magnesium both look good, thanks. Unfortunately the vit c isn't timed release (that I can see) so you have to take it twice a day, I'd never remember!
Heat, thanks for sharing.
Heat, probably will fix in the morning.
joshm59 m ago

Don't bother with the …Don't bother with the Omega3:https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jul/18/omega-3-no-protection-against-heart-attack-or-strokes-say-scientists


If you are going to give advice on a subject at least set it out right. This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken with a grain of salt. The review focuses purely on protection against strokes and heart attacks - there are many other claimed benefits of fish oil. This review addresses only one claim and as usual with scientific news most people only read the headline.
Colonel_Sanders1 h, 6 m ago

If you are going to give advice on a subject at least set it out right. …If you are going to give advice on a subject at least set it out right. This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken with a grain of salt. The review focuses purely on protection against strokes and heart attacks - there are many other claimed benefits of fish oil. This review addresses only one claim and as usual with scientific news most people only read the headline.


"Claimed" benefits - exactly that. And if you're taking Cochrane reports with "a grain of salt" then it suggests you're beyond reason.
Edited by: "joshm" 24th Jul
Colonel_Sanders1 h, 5 m ago

If you are going to give advice on a subject at least set it out right. …If you are going to give advice on a subject at least set it out right. This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken with a grain of salt. The review focuses purely on protection against strokes and heart attacks - there are many other claimed benefits of fish oil. This review addresses only one claim and as usual with scientific news most people only read the headline.


"This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken with a grain of salt."

That's a contradiction if ever I saw one. I'd have more faith in a review of 79 trials than the results of any one trial in isolation.
qbs3 h, 10 m ago

"This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken …"This was a systematic review rather than new research so should be taken with a grain of salt." That's a contradiction if ever I saw one. I'd have more faith in a review of 79 trials than the results of any one trial in isolation.


You didn't read the report clearly. Please when you are qualified to write such statements come back to me
joshm3 h, 12 m ago

"Claimed" benefits - exactly that. And if you're taking Cochrane reports …"Claimed" benefits - exactly that. And if you're taking Cochrane reports with "a grain of salt" then it suggests you're beyond reason.


Aha you didn't read the report. Stick to getting science from newspapers.
Colonel_Sanders, you go on about "claimed benefits" and then accuse other users of getting their science from newspapers, you see the irony right?
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