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Vitamin Supplements are a Waste of Money

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  1. Some help and some don’t. A very general meaningless statement by me, but I do enjoy cognitive benefits from the supplements such as Sulbutiamine, Magnesium L-Threonate, and Lion’s Mane. Also, taking a little zinc sulfate in the morning, 10mg a day seems to be beneficial.

    Without blood tests to know if these nutrients are being absorbed and utilized, you’re right that it seems that
    most supplements are in fact a waste.

    1. You don’t need supplements, the most important thing to succeed in life is the simple way of eating healthy food and get enough sleep and do exercise. you are just wasting money on supplements if you don’t known how to use it when you needed it the most

  2. Hi many supplements is also a waste of money.
    For others, it is making millions of money every year.

    1. agree 🙂 I love holland, you can buy all sorts of medication online and get it shipped from India and Singapore, I live in Norway and everything is illegal in here. is it true that you can buy almost everything when it comes to substances and get it shipped no matter if it is pain killers, sleeping pills, smart drugs and so on..?

  3. Who the hell said they were supposed to make you immortal?! Lmao. They’re just supposed to supplement missing nutrients.

  4. Dude, I know you’re not Instagram popular, but don’t stop putting out content like this. Found you through medlife crisis. Subbed and hope to binge watch a lot of your content.

    1. That’s really nice. Don’t get too much feedback but I appreciate it!

  5. I am a T2 diabetic and have been taking a shed load of vits: Berberine, Cinnamon, Magnesium, GTF Chromium, Omega 3DHA. Just had myv lab results for my diabetic review; NO CHANGE. These vits are VERY expensive and, from my evidence, didn’t do ma damn thing! Thx for posting, you have saved me some money

  6. I’m anemic and was prescribed iron pills… I’m a vegetarian and eat plenty of greens etc… anyhow will the iron supplement work in my scenario ? Or could there be an underling problem ?

    1. If you’re a woman, you may just have a heavier flow, which means you require greater iron intake. Vegans and vegetarians should be aware that some vegetables have an oxidizing effect which inhibits iron absorption.
      I’m not an expert though and I’m only reciting things I’ve heard/read online. Check with a professional.

  7. People say they were more healthy then the average person. Were they

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