Quote Originally Posted by otzi View Post
I think multi-vitamins are a cop out. Most of the vitamins they contain are synthetic versions of the real thing and are not well absorbed. I vote on eating vitamin rich foods and taking only vitamins you are at risk of a deficiency in. I have no problem with most people taking D3 and K2, since we hardly get enough sunshine and the K2 is absent from the places it should be (grass-fed butter, kale).

I use the nutrient calculator on FitDay - Free Weight Loss and Diet Journal to track my intake. My 'supplementation' regime is eating a can of smoked oysters every day, a sheet of dry seaweed a couple times a week, liver once or twice a week, bone broth once a week, salmon several times a week, brazil nuts and almonds most days, and some 100% dark chocolate most days.