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    eskimo_pup
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    Went to my osteopaths today [first degree is in pharmacology] and when i told her i didn’t want to be on vitamins for long because of the fillers etc. she began enthusing about powdered vitamins, how they no filler and are absorbed better.

    What do people know i’ve found very little about it.

    Also does liquid have detrimental stuff added and is it a good medium?

    Just want to add i will be getting a, e and d in oil capsules though i’m struggling to find a. Also in oil capsules are there any bad additives?

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    You can find good regular non-powder or non-liquid vitamins that contain no additives; examples include solgar, nature’s way, soloray, and swansons to name a few.

    Liquid and powder vitamin supplements do absorb better and may be more beneficial to your treatment. I haven’t experimented with them but this is all I know.

    A good source of vitamins A and D in natural ratios is fermented cod liver oil which contains no fillers. It is also a prebiotic and is highly anti-inflammatory.

    -raster

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    flailingWcandi
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    raster wrote:
    A good source of vitamins A and D in natural ratios is fermented cod liver oil which contains no fillers. It is also a prebiotic and is highly anti-inflammatory.

    -raster

    Yep, it’s not just anti inflammatory it’s STRONGLY anti-inflammatory.

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    raster wrote: You can find good regular non-powder or non-liquid vitamins that contain no additives; examples include solgar, nature’s way, soloray, and swansons to name a few.

    Liquid and powder vitamin supplements do absorb better and may be more beneficial to your treatment. I haven’t experimented with them but this is all I know.

    A good source of vitamins A and D in natural ratios is fermented cod liver oil which contains no fillers. It is also a prebiotic and is highly anti-inflammatory.

    -raster

    They have a good reputation, i am using solgar and have no hesitation, but i have seen them list some nasties in there products regardless. A lot less then a cheap/poor quality vitamin producer granted but i still have check product by product.

    It’s strange but i guess there is no viable substitute in some cases…

    As far as fish oils i’m suppose to be taking vegepa a super rich concentrated fish oil [Vegepa E-EPA 70- pure ethyl-EPA with anti-inflammatory GLA]. Unfortunately i lost the bottles, if i find them again and use them can i skip the vitamin a?

    I found they caused digestive problems.

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