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I bought the soft gels a couple days ago and wasn't home when the package was delivered and by the time I got the package all the gel tablets were melted together. If you buy the soft gels make sure you are there when they are being delivered.
Or just put them in the fridge or freezer and they always come apart with no problem. Hope that helps.
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it's possible that a deal on things like this may be counter-productive for the desired effect...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/ne...udy-shows/

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Are these keto friendly?
no, not these. conventional wisdom is the ukranian-sourced ones are superior, but more expensive.
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I took some 3mg melatonin a few years ago when I was waking up at 4am in the morning. I took it for about a week, and it did work. But I had nightmares (or very unpleasant dreams) when I took them so I stopped; fortunately, I slept normally after taking it for a week.
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100% agree. Really no need for supplements at all unless there's some specific deficiency.

From the news today...
"According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, most "so-called immune boosting supplements" actually do "nothing.""

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/14/s...althy.html
In that article, Fauci mentions taking Vitamin D and a gram or two of Vitamin C per day.
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The amount of medical advice in this thread is amazing. Being a doctor of slickdealology doesn't help in the medical realm though. Please, follow up any advice you read here with a call to your doctor. You really shouldn't consider taking a daily supplement or drug unless you consult with your doctor first, who knows your specific medical condition.
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Enjoy your hypervitaminosis D, hypercalcemia, calcified kidney tubes, and hearing loss
My dr just prescribed prescription dose of 50,000 once a week for 6 wks. I was low, but not the worst it could be. I think it makes me fell better.
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My dr just prescribed prescription dose of 50,000 once a week for 6 wks. I was low, but not the worst it could be. I think it makes me fell better.
Ah that sounds reasonable if it's only short-term. It's fat-soluble, so it can build up to excessive levels
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Have been advised to do it as once a week. unrelated to COVID
advice - though u start with supplements (high dose) beginning as you might have your vitamin d levels less than 20-25, which might bump up your levels to 25+. long term is get direct exposure to sun (mid sun best) every day for 15-30 mins

how long -
depends on your color (whites to browns to blacks - defers), how much body you expose to sun

been thru this, so a suggestion
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I've taken 5,000 IU of Vitamin D for the past 6 years, haven't been sick once.
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As usual on SD, there's about 1% content in this thread and 99% hot air coming from pretend doctor wanna bes.

I'm in for 2 bottles of the multivitamin. Thanks OP.
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In that article, Fauci mentions taking Vitamin D and a gram or two of Vitamin C per day.
He mentions them, but doesn't recommend them; any other interpretation is clickbait. On Vitamin C, he doesn't object to limited doses and in his own case, he's using Vitamin D to treat a specific deficiency. So, there's really no need for supplements at all unless there's some specific deficiency.
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Ty for the deal.
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You should not be mega dosing unless your vitamin D levels are incredibly low and your doctor required you to do so. An average adult should be taking 1,000IU to no more than 5,000IU a day. If you're doing this because you've read articles linking vitamin D to protecting you against a severe case of Covid-19, you should also understand, loading yourself up with vitamin D will not magically boost your levels overnight. It takes time to get to healthy vitamin D levels.
There's not that much of a difference in 50000 IU once a week vs 5000 IU a day. Certainly less than the difference between 5000 IU a day vs 1000 IU a day.
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Studies suggest that lower doses of melatonin are more beneficial.
I'm screwed up, I take 10mg and a sleeping pill haha.
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