What supplements do you take daily or on a regular basis and why?

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  1. ChristinS profile image40
    ChristinSposted 10 years ago

    What supplements do you take daily or on a regular basis and why?

    Do you use supplements with success? If so what do you take and how does it work for you?  I personally take Astragalus (now through spring to boost immunity for cold/flu season) I take a whole foods multi-vitamin and mineral supplement daily,   I also take a Lecithin supplement to help with weight loss/maintenance and green tea.  Others I use on an as needed basis like 5HTP for winter blues or stress and GSE for any illness/infections.  I also do oil pulling daily now with coconut oil.  All of these are successful for me.  What do you use? share your thoughts smile

  2. Billy Hicks profile image78
    Billy Hicksposted 10 years ago

    I take a multivitamin everyday, along with my standard "work-out supplements" (Creatine, No2, Protein, etc). As I've gotten older (and as my wife has read more articles on the subject), I'm also taking fish oil and some Pro-biotic that she found.

    As Needed, I'll take Vitamin C (for when I'm getting sick) and B-Vitamin cocktail (for energy).

  3. Thundermama profile image78
    Thundermamaposted 10 years ago

    I take a magnesium/calcium supplement every night. Good for the bones and helps with sleep. Think I might add some Astragalus now that it's cold and flu season.

  4. artist101 profile image47
    artist101posted 10 years ago

    A good multi vitamin, a fish oil supplement, vitamin d3, and calcium/ magnesium/ and zinc. Vitamin D3 and zinc, also boost immunity for cold/ and flu season. Just a heads up.

  5. abbyw1989 profile image61
    abbyw1989posted 10 years ago

    I always take evening primose oil and starflower oil every day, they are fantastic. If I'm getting ill or I know I'm going to have a medical procedure done I take vitamin C tablets 2 weeks before it's due. Might start taking a few new things for the flu season, I keep meaning to take omega 3 supplements for the brain (but ironically I keep forgetting!)

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    Jessayposted 10 years ago

    Flax seed oil and vitamin D to supplement my vegetarian diet.

  7. jhelmstaedter profile image60
    jhelmstaedterposted 10 years ago

    I have been taking a cocktail of supplements for the past couple of years and it has been very successful for me. I take 500mg Vitamin C, 1000mg Fish Oil, Super B-Complex, and 400IU Vitamin D. The Vitamin C has really helped to boost my immune system. I used to get sick several times per year, and now that I've been taking it daily, I don't remember the last time I had a cold. The Fish Oil is for a number of things - depression, period pain, and heart health. I have found it also to work quite well. The Vitamin D is for bone health, and the B Complex is to help fight fatigue.

    Overall, I feel healthier and better since I began my vitamin regimen, so I would certainly recommend them.

  8. wellspoken profile image60
    wellspokenposted 10 years ago

    i take three hair skin and nail vitamins daily, b complex one a day, three flaxseed pills a day and one mucinex 1200 mg tablet a day and when i have them i take acai once a day as well but i am out of them now. sometimes at night if i am having difficulty going to sleep i will take a xanax and thats about it.

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    PoemsandStoriesposted 10 years ago

    I Take alot of Vitimin C- Because he keeps my immune system up and prevents colds especially when the whether changes alot.

  10. Rieke F. profile image62
    Rieke F.posted 10 years ago

    I am used to drink in the morning a combination of Vitamin C - E and Selene together with the best from fruits, vegetables and cereals, fibers, live lactic bacteria and enzymes as well as valuable herbal extracts from Indian Ayurvedic teachings together with a boost of Vitamin B and Q10. In the evening I drink a complex of minerals.

    As I am a lazy bone smile I love these tasty drinks instead of swallowing a handful of pills to feel young, full of energy, able to work (in rare cases of necessity) 24/24 with a clear head.

    Ok I could complete it with Omega 3 but until today I left it as I don't feel the need!?

    All I can say is that I feel great, sleep like an angel and have the power to act the whole day long without feeling tired.

    I am over 50 now and a school friend of mine tells me that he feels old and doesn't have any longer the energy as some years ago... I cannot confirm this.

 
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