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08-07-2012
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I try to remember take daily fish oil capsules, Ladyvita multivitamin product, includes also magnesium, calsium and likes, and then I also take a little bit more pure calsium, because I can`t use dairy products at all.

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I just started work as an air hostess and the long hours/cabin pressure/general exhaustion are resulting in me becomming really run down quite often. I purchased seven seas multibionta boost yesterday,the tablets that you dissolve in water,but I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions for any vitamins/supplements that might be able to help pep up my immune system a bit more?

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^D-vitamin is very important for immune system and energy.

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Just recently started taking Seven Seas Multibionta complete multivitamin plus probiotics with minerals and CoQ10.

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- Calcium, Magnessium with Vitamin D
- Vitamin A
- Yeast-Free Selenium

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^D-vitamin is very important for immune system and energy.
Thank you

I purchased a little tube of Bassets chewy vitamins which are for immunity...but they don't contain Vitamin D at all!

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I take Vitamin D, Spirulina, and Fish Oil tablets

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Zinc
Iron
Magnesium
Vitamin C
Vitamin B-12
I take so many more now.
  • Fish Oil
  • Salmon Oil - (Yep, both)
  • Iron
  • Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc
  • Silica
  • Biotin
  • Vitamin C
  • MSM

Man, that's a whole lot of capsules to swallow every morning and evening.

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^ Why do you take silica?

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I've just added a vitamin b complex to my regimen

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^ Why do you take silica?
Silica and biotin are kind of the closest thing to clinically proven "beauty pills", taking them improves nails, hair and to some extent skin as well. Taking extra silica allegedly improves the quality of all sorts of connective tissue, staring from skin and ending with blood vessel walls.
I've been taking silica in various forms on and off for over 10 years now and the two most pronounced effects I always notice after 2-3 months are thicker and shinier nails and less hair in the drain. On the down side, after I stop taking it, hair fall returns to normal rate. Not that it's much, but it's always so sad seeing 10 hairs swimming away instead of 2-3.

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^ Ah okay thanks!

I'll check it out next time I'm at the chemist.

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- multivitamins and minerals
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D3
B12
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Fish Oil
I just started taking both of these. I bought wild salmon oil (to be honest it sounded better to me than cod liver)

Just curious about those who have taken the different types of fish oil (cod liver, salmon, krill) did you find one was better or worse?

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