Question about Milk Thistle and Molybdenum

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    Hi, so I just bought both for the detox but not sure about them because of the extra ingredients.

    Natures’s Plus Milk Thistle
    Milk Thistle
    di-calcium phosphate
    vegetable cellulose

    Solgar Chelated Molybdenum
    di-calcium phosphate
    Vegetable Stearic Acid
    Vegetable cellulose
    Vegetable Magnesium Sterate

    If anyone could help I would appreciate it. And if these are not good, what ingredients should I avoid for them?


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    I wouldn’t worry too much about the small amounts of other ingredients. In the end the benefit of the vitamin will outweigh the consequences of a small ingredient.



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    I’m also wondering on my milk thistle. It has cellulose gel, gelatin, stearic acid and water in it. I’m getting the same molybdenum as you…I’ll let you know if I find anything out on that.


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    I would not worry about these ingredients. The main ones to worry about are sugar related ingredients, lactose (milk) related ingredients, or filler ingredients such as rice starch.


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    I’m a little concerned about my Milk Thistle. I have been taking a Nature’s Way product also:

    Milk thistle (seed extract) 175 mg
    Blessed thistle seed herb 180 mg

    Gelatin capsule

    I was concerned about the millet, however, I thought that since it’s on the next stage of the Candida diet that it might be okay in trace amounts. I’m having a hard time tracking down stuff because my local organic stores have other supplies and I don’t have a credit card to purchase on-line.

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