Hello I am a 30 year old woman. I have decided to go back to school about 2 years ago. I have noticed 14 months into my education my health has lowered. Not extreme but enough to be known. I do not take vitamins. Although i try to drink Naked smoothie drinks. Lots of water and a dandelion root detox tea and a natural stress reducing tea with kava root. I guess my question is this.. the times i do take vitamins they make me jittery and over alert(if that makes sense). What are the best vitamins to take in terms of for someone who is just starting to take them. What is a good Probiotic? I havent taken vitamins before due to I know whats in them and how they are made. i really dont want rocks and seashells in my system. Please forgive my grammer. Not much for writting. or txting. LOL.
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