Paula, I agree partly with Glenis. Why do you think you need to take any artificial vitamin supplements? Is you diet not a good one to start with?
How about if you:
Eat simply cooked eggs, e.g., poached, boiled, fried or scrambled?
Eat plain, simple butter, without any canola oil added, instead of margarine?
Eat wholesome bread, without added sugar, made from mixed grains?
Drink water, just enough to quench your thirst, instead of cola?
Add the juice of one lemon to a jugful of plain water to freshen your tastebuds?
Eat for breakfast, a healthy mix of raw oat meal (quick-cooking is easier to digest) to which you have added a mix of peanuts, cashew nuts, sultanas, flaked coconut, flaked almonds, sunflower seeds. Pour over this some full-cream milk without any added enhancers of any kind. And you can add a sliced banana or apple or any fresh fruit that's locally in season.
To spoil yourself on occasions, pour a little real cream over this dish.
And stop feeling guilty! It's all real food, containing all the nutrients you need to start the day..... no extra vitamins required.
Then for lunch, eat some real food, no take-aways, no junk, no cola, no big plate of pasta but instead eat cheese, sliced beetroot, grated carrot, raw tomato, raw cucumber, avocado, coleslaw, a sprinkle of pepper....top it off with half a peach from the can.
Hey..... that bottle of vitamin pills will cost you twice as much as what I have listed here! And if you can find an egg, from a happy free-range hen, you might whisk it up, add a little salt and some real milk... and you have a small package of nature's wonder food.