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Victoria Grinde
12 months ago • Denver

Do you take a Multivitamin??

I need to be better at taking vitamins in general! Tell me what you're taking and why ..... I am 36 and need to be a grown up lol
18 replies
12 months ago
I eat a well balanced diet. From there supplementation shouldn’t be necessary.
12 months ago
I like Olly's gummy multivitamin for her. The flavor is good, it covers a wide range and at 31 makes me feel like I'm adulting and is still fun to take.
12 months ago
Vitamin D for alllllllllll things (immune, bone, brain, joint)
Curcumin (anti-inflammatory for joint and brain health, but it also is “nature’s advil” for pain)
Glutathione (it’s called the “fountain of youth”, but also to balance out my wine habit for liver support)
Probiotic (gut health, immune and neurotransmitter balance)
I take a slew of other things to manage ADHD
12 months ago
I take vitamin D (I live in Seattle), a multi-vitamin (because adult) and turmeric (for inflammation). I get all of mine at Costco!
12 months ago
I like takecareof.com/invites/klyqfm. It’s easy and comes In packets so you don’t have to think about it.
12 months ago
I have trouble swallowing pills, but I discovered that the Walgreen’s multivitamins are small tablets so they are super easy. No horse pills! They come with or without iron.
12 months ago
Juice Plus veggie & juice gummies or capsules are the most natural and bioavailable source of vitamins. Easy for adults and kids love them. You can access through my website under recommended products. alignptwell.com
They are delivered right to you.
12 months ago
Vitafusion Organic Women's Multi vitamins are my favorite!!!
12 months ago
I take Centrum Silver. As I am over 50, I feel like it has things to help with bone density and other aging type issues
12 months ago
I try to eat a well balanced diet. I still take a multivitamin. I take Natures Way Alive.
12 months ago
I'm a fan of the The Vitamin Shoppe's Ultimate Woman Multi-vitamin. It's got everything you need! You can get no-iron versions too (I already take an iron supplement)/ It's affordable and you get a large supply to take once a day.
12 months ago
I love any of the high quality Gummies. More like a mini snack instead of swallowing a pill 😁
12 months ago
I take the Ollie vitamins because they taste good. Other than that, I take some vitamin B and calcium vitamins from Amazon
12 months ago
I have not tried these yet but all the rage is a personalized subscription service for vitamins. You choose what you want, for example women's formula with extra collagen, women's urinary tract health, and added probiotic. You get daily peel away pre-organized sacs of your personalized choices on a subscription basis. I think this option sounds awesome. No more running out of stuff...it just automatically refills!
12 months ago
Drink your vitamins =) buy a Breville juicer! you won't regret it!
12 months ago
I take a multi-vitamin and Vitamin D from Thorne Research, which were recommended by my naturopath. I get them from Amazon.
12 months ago
I love to get my vitamins and minerals from whole food nutrition but I know there are gaps in my diet so I take a bioavailable fully-methylated vitamin from Plexus, in addition to a plant-based Omega, Collagen with beauty benefits, Magnesium, and clean energy products from Plexus to supplement. I feel better in my 40s than I did in my 20s and 30s.
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12 months ago
I think that most multivitamins don't have enough of anything to be useful. I take 5,000 IUs of D daily; only in HI do Americans get enough D. Magnesium is another important one. We used to get it from food, but the soil is so depleted we are all deficient. Helps with calm and sleep. Other than that, I take specific things for specific purposes. Deproloft (from Thorne) helps with my mood. Lions Mane mushrooms (from BrainForza) helps with inflammation. And all of the illnesses you don't want to get, cancer, arthritis, a host of others, have a significant causal relationship with inflammation. And then DHEA because my estrogen levels are higher than menopause, but lower than they should be at any point in my cycle (determined by blood test). Helps with a lot, including sleep.
12 months ago

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