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lymegal23
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Ok so my LLMD gave me these detox support capsules. They are called Detox Factors by Tyler
Here is a link that says all the ingredients in them...

http://www.ritecare.com/prodsheets/TYL-141003.html

The recommended dosage is taking 1 or 2 capsules three times a day. I take about 3 or 4 a day in total. I also take a one a day multi vitamin. When i first started taking the detox supplements I called up my LLMD and asked her if I could take the multivitamin still since the detox factors contain alot of vitamins. I was concerned about TOO MUCH vitamins. She told me it was fine to take both.

I believe her but I just worry about taking too much vitamins. can I be overdosing on vitamins? is this bad for me? Should I stop taking the multivitamin? I'm confused someone explain why its okay.

Thanks

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momlyme
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The one a day probably has magnesium stearate in it. I just looked at the product you are taking and it looks quite good.

Is there something in the one a day multi that this other one is missing?

I would drop the one a day for this one.

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Yes, theres iron in the mutlivitamin
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Is your iron low?

We didn't supplement iron until my son's iron went low. His LLMD suggested we get a 'slow FE' supplement to take care of the low iron.

If you do have low iron... this may be pointing toward Babs & parasites. You may want to look into this.

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No my iron has never been low. I just like to get my iron because I kno its important for people to get enough of it. especially women since we have our menstrual cycle
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you should read my list of what it take. it's a huge handfull.

doesn't seem to hurt at all.

some i believe are absolutely necessary like milk thistle, cq10, multi, calcium, magnesium and others.

i believe dr. b has a listing.

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