Not a wasteYou should already be eating a healthy diet, maintaining a … Not a wasteYou should already be eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight through exercise, and reducing the amount of saturated fat and sugars. However even then trace minerals are lost by gym sweat, cutting the fats, lack of sunlight, alcohol and so-on so its always good to have an insurance policy such as these
Generally most people don't require pseudo science such as multi vitamins. If you're alcoholic you require Thiamine supplementation. If you don't get enough sun you can supplement Vitamin D3 (not D2). You won't sweat enough to lose enough minerals and even if you did this depletion would take time. Folic Acid supplementation in pregnancy.
Unless you absolutely know you are deficient then you don't need a multi vitamin and even then you need specific vitamins/minerals rather than everything. How many people in the western world get scurvy and pellegra for example. Even our crappy western diets can provide enough nutrients.
The taking of multi vitamins as an insurance policy is a mass delusion. It's your money to throw away. The NHS doesn't recommend you take them, but gives specific advice on individual supplementation for individual groups.
Adding up the street price of each of the components of these I get to … Adding up the street price of each of the components of these I get to £1.37. Actually good value at 99p, but what on earth is the original price about? Gullible has to be the right word for customers.
guess it depends on the source.
There are different types of magnesium for example, vit d2/3, vit A and so-on. These are very high quality. the box is fancy as is the no moisture lid, so i guess some goes into that.
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