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    Vit b 12 injectable. Mine was very low. I am 6 needles into the 9 needle course. Kinda feel like I need one now but I am not due for another 3 weeks.

    Instant results for something and long term results for others.
    Instant eye sight improvement and colour change. Brain fog lifts. Energy levels slight after 1 but great after 3. Pins and needle about the third shot.
    But all that depends on how low you were.
    Certainly is a life changer.
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    I take a B supplement to help with energy levels, brain fog, stress and tension. Also Magnesium for the same, as it eases muscle tension & cramps. I suffer from 'restless leg syndrome' and it helps with that too. After years of being on & off various anxiety medication, turns out all I needed was a couple of vitamins!

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    When i was pregnant with ds, my Vit D was 35 (low - they changed the accepted normal range so its now higher) and I was told to take at least 5000iu a day. After 4 months it had gone up to 75 so I dropped down to 2000iu a day. Now I only have about 500iu a day in my multi.

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    I take truckloads of calcium supplements because of my renal failure but apart from that, none.
    I agree with some PP in that I think vitamins and supplements are beneficial if you are deficient in something but a bit of a waste of money if you are healthy, with a good diet etc...


 

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