There are tons of sources for vitamins and tons of information about them. Anyone know of a reliable unbias source of info? I take and have taken a lot of different vitamins over the years, but a number of them are advertised (in a few languages advertise is similiar to the word "caution" warning" Hummm…) as providing help in the long run. Protecting your heart, kidney, liver, brain, eyes and the list goes on. My Doctor put me on B12, for what I forget, but within a year the blood test came back good and he had me stop it, so it apparently worked. I take magnesium for night leg cramps and I know that works. Cranberry also works for me in the hot months. Acai Berry-no effect.
Garlic & Parsley- supposedly no effect. So what vitamins have you found that really work for you and what ones do you take because you think they are doing you good?
Oh, when I go to the doctor, I take a list of each medication I am taking and a list of each vitamin and/or suppliment I am taking. Also I keep one in my truck, in my wife's van, at work, just in case something happens to me and I am not aware.
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