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do you cycle on and off your multivitamins

Friendly Dolphin

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Should you cycle on and off your multivitamins like taking it for a month then 15 days off? because i see doctors say you should take it for a month on then month off
i also live in a poor country so i can't afford N2Guard or ship it to my country, but i have that other multivitamin that i found in my local pharmacy and it costs like $2.42 for 15 capsules and contains 46 components per capsule.. i was wondering if it's as good as N2Guard?
one capsule contain:
Amino Acids:
Arginine - 10mg
Lysine - 10mg
L- Carnitine - 10mg
L- Glutamine - 10mg
Choline bitartrate - 10mg
Inositol - 20mg
Vitamins:
Vitamin A (Palmitate) - 3000iu
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) - 200iu
Vitamin E (D Alpha tocopherol) - 200iu
Vitamin K (Phytonadione) - 80mcg
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) - 60mg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate) - 3mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 3mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) - 20mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) - 15mg
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) - 600mcg
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) - 100mcg
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) - 60mcg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) - 10mg
Minerals:
Calcium - 30mg
Iron - 9mg
Phosphorus - 13.5mg
Iodine - 150mcg
Magnesium - 5mg
Zinc - 7.5mg
Copper - 2mg
Selenium - 200mcg
Manganese - 2mg
Chromium Picolinate - 120mcg
Molybdenum - 30mcg
Potassium - 10mg
Nickel - 4mcg
Vanadium - 15mcg
Boron - 150mcg
Other Components:
Co-EnzymeQ10 - 5mg
Lecithin - 50mg

Phosphatidylserine - 5mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) - 30mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) - 20mg
Royal Jelly - 5mg
Ginseng - 25mg
Bee Pollen - 25mg
Wheat Germ Oil - 25mg
Soy Phosphatides - 45mg
Safflower Oil - 15mg
Ginkgo Biloba Extract - 20mg
..
it also doesn't say how many calories are in capsules what you guys think..
if i combine that multivitamin with a strong omega3 supplement and milk thistle will it be as good as N2Guard?
 
Should you cycle on and off your multivitamins like taking it for a month then 15 days off? because i see doctors say you should take it for a month on then month off
i also live in a poor country so i can't afford N2Guard or ship it to my country, but i have that other multivitamin that i found in my local pharmacy and it costs like $2.42 for 15 capsules and contains 46 components per capsule.. i was wondering if it's as good as N2Guard?
one capsule contain:
Amino Acids:
Arginine - 10mg
Lysine - 10mg
L- Carnitine - 10mg
L- Glutamine - 10mg
Choline bitartrate - 10mg
Inositol - 20mg
Vitamins:
Vitamin A (Palmitate) - 3000iu
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) - 200iu
Vitamin E (D Alpha tocopherol) - 200iu
Vitamin K (Phytonadione) - 80mcg
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) - 60mg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate) - 3mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 3mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) - 20mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) - 15mg
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) - 600mcg
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) - 100mcg
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) - 60mcg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) - 10mg
Minerals:
Calcium - 30mg
Iron - 9mg
Phosphorus - 13.5mg
Iodine - 150mcg
Magnesium - 5mg
Zinc - 7.5mg
Copper - 2mg
Selenium - 200mcg
Manganese - 2mg
Chromium Picolinate - 120mcg
Molybdenum - 30mcg
Potassium - 10mg
Nickel - 4mcg
Vanadium - 15mcg
Boron - 150mcg
Other Components:
Co-EnzymeQ10 - 5mg
Lecithin - 50mg

Phosphatidylserine - 5mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) - 30mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) - 20mg
Royal Jelly - 5mg
Ginseng - 25mg
Bee Pollen - 25mg
Wheat Germ Oil - 25mg
Soy Phosphatides - 45mg
Safflower Oil - 15mg
Ginkgo Biloba Extract - 20mg
..
it also doesn't say how many calories are in capsules what you guys think..
if i combine that multivitamin with a strong omega3 supplement and milk thistle will it be as good as N2Guard?
@Friendly Dolphin i dont cycle my multi vitamins
and what you showing above is NOT even close to n2guard

if you cant afford n2guard, how can you afford to buy steroids?
im not sure what you mean and where are you located bro?
 
It doesn't compare. And why would you cycle vitamins anymore than you'd cycle a food source.

And calories? In a 1g (max) capsule. C'mon. Why would the amount of calories in a gram be an issue?
thanks for replying
i think because most of those multivitamins contain the 100% value of daily intake and some even more but food doesn't compare to that amount so i think it will be bad for the body to run those 100% values long term especially for the fat soluble vitamins.
and for the calories part, since it contains omega 3 (low amount 50mg) but it also contains a lot of other oils so i don't know about them but you're right i shouldn't worry about it that much since its just a capsule.
 
thanks for replying
i think because most of those multivitamins contain the 100% value of daily intake and some even more but food doesn't compare to that amount so i think it will be bad for the body to run those 100% values long term especially for the fat soluble vitamins.
and for the calories part, since it contains omega 3 (low amount 50mg) but it also contains a lot of other oils so i don't know about them but you're right i shouldn't worry about it that much since its just a capsule.
@Friendly Dolphin 100% daily value means nothing for bodybuilding
so are you on a steroid cycle or not?
and what country you in?
we need some clarify here
 
@Friendly Dolphin i dont cycle my multi vitamins
and what you showing above is NOT even close to n2guard

if you cant afford n2guard, how can you afford to buy steroids?
im not sure what you mean and where are you located bro?
Hello, i'm from egypt and steroids are legal and cheap, i can buy test and deca from the local pharmacy, it costs around $0.65 for 250mg of test e ampoule
 
thanks for replying
i think because most of those multivitamins contain the 100% value of daily intake and some even more but food doesn't compare to that amount so i think it will be bad for the body to run those 100% values long term especially for the fat soluble vitamins.
and for the calories part, since it contains omega 3 (low amount 50mg) but it also contains a lot of other oils so i don't know about them but you're right i shouldn't worry about it that much since its just a capsule.
No. The correct reply is 100% of the recommended daily dose. As who knows how good your diet is? Now ask yourself when that info was put together. - its circa the 1950's

And (this has been confirmed by the FDA in the US) food has less nutritional value NOW vs then.

If it bothers you that much have a half tablet or one capsules every other day.

Again there's no comparison to N2Guard. Just read the ingredients
 
it doesn't even have tudca or liver supplements.

just pay for n2guard and do it the right way
@stevesmi hello,
yes i considered that as well, i wish i could order it even if i can afford i think it doesn't ship on amazon or any other websites to my country its always unavailable or out of stock.
that's why i was thinking about combining that multivitamin among other stuff like omega3 and milk thistle, liv52, NAC and tudca i could buy those from locals as well
 
if you're paying $20 per liver supplement and you're taking five of them you're already at 100 dollars
 
you will end up paying more in blood pressure medication if you don't do it right
 
do not use cheap supplements they can backfire
 
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