Which ingredients are taboo in supplements?

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    DaughterNature
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    Hello all (specifically the experts),

    I would appreciate a comprehensive list of undesirable ingredients in vitamins and supplements. I have a cranberry vitamin that contains both vitamin C and vitamin E; I purchased this a while ago and want to get my money’s worth out of it before it expires, as it was very expensive. The ingredients in questions are gelatin, soybean oil, vegetable glycerin, soy lecithin, and yellow beeswax. Also, a “no-no” list would come in handy when making decision on purchases.

    Forgive me if this information has already been displayed on the forum. I believe I checked thoroughly.

    DaughterNature

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    raster
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    The main ingredients I would worry about are lactose and ingredients derived from grains. Since soy and corn are almost all GMO it isn’t a very safe grain. However if you are not eating organic it generally won’t be any worse than the other foods you consume.

    -raster

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    DaughterNature
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    Thank you, raster.

    Do you think I can take the cranberry (vitamin E and C combination) during the protocol if I don’t mind the added soy? Right now there is no way for me to maintain an organic diet where I am located.

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    raster
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    That should be fine.

    Another thing to be wary of is any ingredients that contain sugars or subsugars such as corn syrup, aspartame, sorbitol, etc.

    -raster

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