Hello! I have recently decided to take a stand on my diet. I am not overweight or unhealthy, but I do have mild anxiety and depression at times. I do believe in the power of nutrition. My question is:
I am currently taking a multivitamin, 1200mg fish oil, 1000 IU vitamin D3 and 500mg Vitamin B3 (Niacin) every morning. I follow that with a homemade smoothie that I make that consists of apples, oranges, baby spinach, wheat grass, kiwi, banana and a teaspoon of Earth Rise brand Spirulina mixed in. Is this too many vitamins and good stuff to be putting into my body daily?
Hi H, The thing is do you beleave its doing you good, the thing is we all do this a one point in our lives.
Me and my wife have been on these for years, so far were ok, were very healthy, rarely have colds, but then the last 6 years have lived in Greece.
Wioth all these your taken, just google them and follow the info you find, just be like the rest of us, if you think the doing you good keep up with them.
Hope this helps.
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