About Vitamins

We all grew up hearing our mothers remind us to take our vitamins. Today as adults, we can see for ourselves through research and studies how vitamins are indeed necessary. But how do you know what you need? Everyone can benefit from a multivitamin that provides both minerals and vitamins working together to promote overall health. Then there are certain vitamins needed to help with specific disorders or deficiencies. For those who require specific amounts of particular vitamins, these products offer a plethora of choices.

Featured Reviews for Vitamins



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
B-12 Dots Sublingual 500 mcg


As a gastric bypass patient I take several vitamins daily. I take these sublingual b12 vitamins daily. Pop one under your tongue and go. My blood work up for b12 has been within the stand levels. Some b12 sublingual pills have a very harsh fake cherry taste. Twinlab b12 dots don't have any funny taste or after taste. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)


As a child I suffered with serious bouts of croup every winter. A friend of the family suggested that my mother give me pantothenic acid (B5) to help the situation. I don't know what the supplement actually did, but we did see a major improvement in my immune system that winter and it was the first time in my life I didn't spend the holidays in the emergency room battling croup. Read More...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CoQ10 200 mg


My mother started having fluctuating blood pressure and chest pains, despite her very healthy lifestyle (genetics!) and she didn't like how lethargic her heavy dose of prescription medications made her. She researched and found that CoQ10 can help, and help it did! She's back to jogging three miles a day and those chest pains have gone away. Read More...