Would you use vitamin supplements?
If you found out that there were supplements that could help work better, live healthy and sharpen your thinking, would you use them?
depend on my budget. I heard gingko bibola is good for improving memory but too expensive for me. So, i prefer to buy fresh vegetables instead
For sure .. vitamin supplements plays very important role when you are very tough work out routine . It helps you in keeping your skin, eyes, hairs ,memory, ypur muscles healthy ..
by Ultimate Hubber 6 years ago
What is best time of the day to take vitamin supplements?I've heard that it is best to take them after dinner, what do you think?
by Elena 6 years ago
Which Vitamin Supplements really work for you?I have been using multivitamins and Iron for a while but still get tired. I'm wondering if they are not effective because I got them in the Supermarket. (and they are also a Supermarket brand)What does it for you?
by Paula 6 years ago
Do you know of any multivitamins that should be avoided?Once when I was a teenager, I took a multivitamin that I thought gave me a head ache. I couldn't believe it, so I tested it. Sure enough, there seemed to be a cause and effect. My conclusion was that my body must not like...
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