What Are The Best Kind Of Vitamins?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image64
    PhoenixVposted 6 years ago

    What Are The Best Kind Of Vitamins?

    What is the best kind of vitamins for adults? What is the best kind of vitamins for kids? What are the best kinds of vitamin supplements?

  2. Sam9999 profile image59
    Sam9999posted 6 years ago

    Natural source vitamins are the best. There are some studies that suggest synthetic vitamins are not bio-available to the body. In fact, in one study it was seen that those who took no vitamins were better off health wise than those who took synthetic vitamins.

  3. Spitfire07 profile image81
    Spitfire07posted 6 years ago

    Depends what you mean by "best".

    Unless you have a specific deficiency you are trying to treat then a multi-vitamin may be the best.

    Flintstones chewable multi-vitamins are classic. Kids love them and i'd eat them too!

    Calcium helps with bones.

    Zinc helps with immune system.

    Vitamin B helps with metabolism.

  4. angied83 profile image78
    angied83posted 6 years ago

    There are many pharmaceutical companies nowadays who manufacture multi-vitamins in a single capsule. Why take 1 capsule for each vitamin when you can take 1 capsule with different vitamins, minerals, etc. at roughly the same cost.

  5. artist101 profile image68
    artist101posted 6 years ago

    There are a vast majority of manufactures out there. I prefer the Vitamin Shoppe Brand. Among others are Solaray, Naturemade, and Natrol. They are more consistent, and do not contain additives, and usually in a natural base. Such as rice, or soy. The best types for adults are capsule and liquid, as we tend to not utilize hard pressed pills. For children, and adults the gummies are the best, Sundown makes a good one, as does Vitafusion. As we chew the vitamin, the nutrients are then absorbed, and distributed to the blood stream. The same as subliminal tabs, (under the tongue) only a lot cheaper.

 
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