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What are the best vitamins to take?
That depends quite a bit on your individual needs, but in general, some good ones to take are fish oil (omega 3s), vitamin D, and probiotics, which are not always easily obtained through diet alone (or sun exposure in the case of vitamin D). Many people also take vitamin C to help boost their immune system, but you can absorb that fairly easily simply by eating foods such as strawberries or oranges.
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I wouldn't think there is any vitamin to take to Build Muscle, But some friends and I drink whey protein drinks and they are supposed to build muscle, I will say that in just …a week I saw results but you have to drink them everyday and they also make you want to work out longer. I guess because they give you energy.. eat a lot of high protein foods. I'm not a body builder but that is what I have heard. . I don't think that there are any vitamin that can increase muscle mass either, but there are vitamins that can help you digest more protein, carbohydrates, and fat which can help your uptake of more of those nutrients to help build bigger muscle and help you to recover. I take these vitamins call The Greatest Vitamin in the World which contains whole food vitamins (not synthetic), chelated minerals (most ascorbic, probiotics (critical for the body's health), and enzymes (critical in digesting food) all jam pack in one single capsule that you can take everyday to help stay strong and lean. I also do weight training and I use protein powders along with these incredible vitamins to help me build bigger muscles and my results are amazing. These vitamin nutritionally support the entire body in all areas of the body. A friend of mine has used a supplement named "Branched Chain Amino Acids" and I saw the results. . There isn't a single vitamin that will help you build muscle. The creation of new muscle mass takes a while and it is a fairly long chemical chain to get from food to muscle. I personally use Animal Pak for all my vitamin needs. They have every possible vitamin and mineral your body can need in them and they come in a handy little pack. As far as the above mentioned "Branched Chain Amino Acids", they are more commonly referred to as BCAA's and are also quite crucial in building muscle. You can't just increase one element in the muscle building chain. You can increase your protein, but if you don't increase your amino acids, you aren't going to be able to process all of the new protein you're taking in. If you don't take the correct vitamins, you won't be able to produce the essential amino acids you need to break down all the protein you are taking in. If you don't supplement yourself correctly with some of the non-essential amino acids such as glutamine, you will lose all the muscle you put on in only a few days. . The most basic, old school stack for packing on lean pounds of muscle is very simple. A multivitamin (I use Animal Pak), BCAA's (VERY inexpensive), creatine (I use creatine ethyl ester), glutamine (cheap...), and a decent protein shake (I use Optimum Nutrition whey). . I have been using creatine mono hydrate and I can honestly say that its done wonders for me. If you are looking to build your strength and muscle mass you should try creatine i find creatine mono-hydrate a little bit better then CEE (creatine ethyl ester) because its more natural.
Anytime of the day is OK. Actually if you're working out. The best time to take vitamins or supplements is within an hour after your workout. The reason is because after a …good workout and cardio session, your glycogen or body sugar is all but depleted and your muscles will act like a sponge and absorb and replenish the vitamins and amino acids burnt up during rigorous exercise. For sedentary people, anytime is fine.
well my grandfather is a pharmacist and he recommends "zywercon"aka: old dusty people vitamins
At breakfast or before you go to bed.
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You pretty much need all of them, however if you are strapped for cash, the two best ones are vitamins C and D. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxydant, not to mention an imune bo…oster, while vitamin D, helps with metabolic function. If you are a black person, or an individual with dark skin living in the northern hemisphere, highly likely you suffer from vitamin D deficiency, which can make it harder to burn blubber. The darker the skin, and the less the sunlight, the less vitamin D your body makes, and the less it makes, the more impaired the metabolic function becomes. That is why therefore the two best ones are C and D. However if you do have the cash, you need all of them, ultimately. I agree that you really need all of them, so you may want to consider taking a multivitamin product instead of what will ultimately feel like a million separate ones. Suggestion: go to prosource.com and order a catalog of their products. There are decent descriptions of all the products they sell, including the multivitamins.
it doesn't matter when you do take it just as long as you can get it somehow, but if you had to pick the best time to get some vitamin C, I would have to say around noon-1pm
usually right after breakfast on a fill stomach.
after meal or snacks with a little fat
Your healthcare provider will be able to make the best recommendation based on your eating habits, nutritional needs, and how sensitive you are to what is in the vitamins. A…nswer: "Prenatal vitamins that are a blend of minerals such as iron,calcium and folic acid are essential for a safer pregnancy. Folic acid helps prevent birth defects while Calcium helps build stronger bones. Iron helps decrease the risk of premature delivery, low birth weight and infant mortality. "
The best vitamins to take for a female over 45 years of age willvary depending on her health conditions. In excellent health, afemale might take a multi-vitamin plus iron at t…his age.
In my opinion, I don't believe so. They are often synthetic and often may be an indication that the food has been processed to the point that nutrients are lacking and must be… added back. Cereals are not whole foods and are often high in sugar which may hamper absorption.
To make your tummy feel good. If you do not eat it, then you will get sick.
This really depends on the type and preparation of the vitamin. For example some form of vitamin C (ascorbic) are prepared as chewable tablets and in this case water may not b…e necessary to swallow the tablet. Other forms of vitamins are already in liquid form. Some multivitamin syrups especially formulated for children are in this class. Other preparations are not particularly pleasant in the mouth and many users would prefer to swallow them as soon as possible. Many multivitamin tablets for adults are found here. It is necessary for the body to be well-hydrated in order to synthesize water soluble vitamins. This vitamins are not stocked up in the body and so have to be replenished daily. They include Vitamin B complex and vitamin C. On the other hand are fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E and K. These needs a fatty diet to be taken up by the body. Water is not only important for the synthesis of water soluble vitamins but adequate intake helps in all the body's biological processes and waste elimination.
The best time to take Sangobion Vitamins is right before you'reabout to eat breakfast. Always take vitamins right before you eator right after, as you do not want to upset you…r stomach.