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How many different vitamins can you take at once?

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning' started by pellertpale, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. pellertpale

    pellertpale ReMember

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    I take nine vitamins/supplements. Should I take them all at once?

    I take a multi, B-12, E, C, Magnesium, Folic Acid, Gingko, Zinc, L-Lysine.
     

  2. UCF-Tacoma

    UCF-Tacoma Super Member

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    If the multi has any of those other ones in it then I'd take it at a different time. They body can only absorb so much at once so you could spread it out easily by taking the multi later.
     
  3. pellertpale

    pellertpale ReMember

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    Makes sense to me. That's what I thought about doing.
     
  4. Benzo

    Benzo gold member

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    You want to be careful taking to much vitamin B. You can overdose. I take several different supplements besides my protein drinks. I take : centrum multi, green tea extract, Nitro 2, osteo biflex, and echinacea. It may be a good idea for you to consult a nutritionist.
     
  5. margo

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    It's my understanding that you should not take e and iron together, something about absorbtion. There are a few others that are absorbed better taken together as well, I can't remember all of them though.

    I take mine scattered throughout the day with my meals. I try and space them somewhat but I don't do the same pattern. I take more of them with the larger meals.