multi-vitamins

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eunicenr

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Posted: 09 Jun 2009, 13:12
Does anyone know a multivitamin that is good for women but are not sooo big to swallow??? P.s. also give energy for the gym...
MightyFull

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Posted: 09 Jun 2009, 13:17
have u tried like a generic brand multi-vitamin - performance?

It's tough to swallow some vitamins - I would suggest taking with milk or coffee or something other than water. For some reason, water doesn't make swallowing vitamins easier. Though, it is usually recommended taking with water.

MightyFull

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katana_x

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Posted: 09 Jun 2009, 15:31
Just get a pill crusher, or snap them in half with a knife. Most vitamins are rather large, and that will give you a lot more options to choose from.



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