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    Multi-vitamin recommendation please

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    Sorry... I know this has been posted before, but I can't seem to find it.

    Something of good quality and affordable! Thanks!

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    I can't ever find a multi that I want to take. They always have stuff I don't want. A while back, I went to Whole Foods and asked the HABA clerk for a multi that was just the basic vitamins and minerals. We looked for a long time. Finally came up with one, out of all the many bottles they had there. I didn't even buy that. I do supplement C, D3, B12 (sublingual), magnesium, and zinc/copper.
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    If you're eating proper Primal, there really isn't any need for any kind of multi-vitamin supplement. Aside from D3, Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc Etc.

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    Thorne research are a company with a good reputation, no junk fillers and good quality ingredients.
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    I take Puritan's Pride Mega Vita Gel www.puritan.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana Renata View Post
    I take Puritan's Pride Mega Vita Gel www.puritan.com
    Thank you, Diana... this is the one I was trying to remember.

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    New Chapter, Rainbow Light, and Country Life are good manufacturers.

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    I do Rainbow Light and have been satisfied.
    For lots of tasty recipes, check out my blog -http://lifeasadreger.wordpress.com/

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    If you're not familiar with it, look into Catalyn. It doesn't have mega-doses of (synthetic) vitamins; it is instead made from vitamin/mineral-dense foods. So not only are all the cofactors etc. present, but the vitamins are generally in pretty good ratios (e.g., it doesn't have way more vitamin A than vitamin D like most brands do).

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    Catalyn contains gluten

    FYI...Catalyn has defatted wheat germ which contains gluten (as do many of the Standard Process supplements).

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