haven't heard of these before but seems great. I eat an incredibly diverse and high quality diet but still take a daily multi too just for insurance. I usually get the GNC metabolism and sport or sometimes i get the alive brand. I was on the New Chapter which are great but hard to get for less than $30 for a 72 count (one a day). I also do One'NOnly sometimes too but even more expensive, which are usually $36 for a 90 count (one a day).
I workout regularly and hard and am skeptical of glucosamine but sure I'll try it. I like the idea of having the probiotics in there. Comes out to like $15 for a month, which is a little more than the New Chapter or OneNOnly but the stats look great on these.
Are these geared towards younger folks (twenties/early thirties)? I am 37 and currently run about 3 miles three-four times a week and lift weights about 3 times a week. I try to eat lean as possible and get the veggies/fruit in daily.....
I really don't want to take stuff I don't need, but how do I know if I need it if I never took it? I used to take a simple multi vitamin but stopped some time ago.
No way is it geared towards a younger crowd. It is geared for anyone! These are not overkill PERIOD. There is really no such thing as overkill except for Iron for men. That is why it is Iron free. If you run and lift weights it will help you by giving you the vitamins you need, joint support that is ALWAYS helpful (especially for people who are active/lift weights), digestive support which helps you... *ahem* use the restroom. I have never heard of anyone complain that these were not helpful because of their age. Read some reviews and you will see it is pretty much immaculate. Just don't expect a miracle in a bottle. It will only help what you can already do, just do it better or more comfortably.
Thanks. I haven't tried supplements besides a multivitamin before. Based on all these great reviews though I'm giving it a try. Hopefully this helps balance out the days after exercise - some are great but some have left me with aching joints from a few hours of racquetball.
should i be taking these at all if i only exercise once a week? i'm looking at the ingredients and it seems to be better than taking multi-vitamins. but since it's for people who work out often, i'm a little worried.
Ok...I'll back it up. I started out taking this. Then I tried Now Adam, then I realized doing 5/3/1, lifting 4 days a week, and eating enough food was more important then taking an expensive multivitamin. Useless.
If you diet down for a comp on 500 calories, you probably need some expensive stuff like this.
Now I will endorse white flood though. White flood is amazing.
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