A good multi

Discussion in 'Diet and Nutrition' started by stevemc, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. stevemc

    stevemc VIP Member

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    Hey bros I'm looking for a good multi I was taking animal pak a few years back but I feel
    Like it was a bit overkill.


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  2. LITTLEMAGS

    LITTLEMAGS VIP Member

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    I have been using Vita Build Pro Series by MuscleTech for over a year....seems to be fine and for the price..it works good for me
     
  3. Yomo

    Yomo VIP Member

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    can't go wrong with Orange Triad...
     
  4. OldManStrength

    OldManStrength VIP Member

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    Costco Mens muli, big ass bottle good quality, cheap as dirt.
     
  5. HisAngriness

    HisAngriness Fancypants VIP

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    I used to spend top dollar on vitamins and take the packets like animal pak but these days I just take a One A Day. I did find a decent natural whole food vitamin last year from Now Foods that was comparable in price to your generic Walmart or Costco multi
     
  6. Dex

    Dex VIP Member

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    I know a guy who cleans portable shitters and say's he sees piles of barely dissolved multivitamins. He can actually see the logos still on the Mens One A Day
     
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  7. Torres

    Torres MuscleHead

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    HOLY SHIT !!!
     
  8. Torres

    Torres MuscleHead

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    Why not try Myovite !!!
    Very affordable , is prob the most complete Multi/everything you need in one type of supplement !!!
     
  9. BrotherIron

    BrotherIron TID Board Of Directors

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    Any whole food multi vitamin/mineral.
     
  10. PillarofBalance

    PillarofBalance Strength Pimp Staff Member

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    This

    OR just eat some veggies or something. Honestly multivitamins are bullshit. If you just eat some food and maybe get a bit of variety in there you absolutely do not need a multi.

    If your doctor says you should based on blood work then supplement just that vitamin. But lifting weights doesn't mean you need some excess of vitamins.

    99.9% of the products on the market are just pissed out anyway. Shits a scam imo
     
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  11. stevemc

    stevemc VIP Member

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    That's what I was afraid of I know shit like animal pak is way overkill for what we need and honestly I don't want to go back to choking all those down.


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  12. kyle grey

    kyle grey VIP Member

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    If you want to supplement what you need the chances are you are likely deficient in only a few of the 24 vitamins and minerals .

    Magnesium may be a concern due to deficiencies being relatively prevalent, and vitamin D has had its requirements bumped up from the RDA of 400 IU to around 1,000 IU to 2,000 IU daily. Additionally, athletes may be deficient in Zinc if they sweat excessively.

    If you buy a multi , Calcium and Magnesium are routinely underdosed in most so you might want to supplement with a good quality Magnesium ( I assume you get enough Calcium in your shakes ) . Depending on how much sunlight you get where you live supplementing with Vitamin D is also a consideration .
     

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