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Should I be taking supplements?


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  • Website: Healthy Women
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Taking supplements can help maintain good health in addition to maintaining a healthy, whole-foods diet. You should take a high-quality, whole-food based multivitamin, multi-mineral formula, vitamin D3, and Omega-3. Also, Women should take 600 mg of calcium citrate twice a day.


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diet, supplements, nutrition, whole foods, calcium, vitamin D3, multivitamin, Omega-3


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Rated on: 9/18/2014 2:55:23 PM

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