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yikes0118
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Re: Supplement info

Postby yikes0118 » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:08 pm

Thank you floramaria....I appreciate you sharing what you are using. I did stumble upon iHerb and like what I was reading:-)

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Re: Supplement info

Postby floramaria » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:11 pm

You're welcome!
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Re: Supplement info

Postby Lucy5 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:50 am

Hi Yikes.
Looks like you already have lots of great suggestions for finding quality supplement brands. Adding my 2 cents, I also use Pure Encapsulations, Thorne, Jarrow for Magnesium threonate and Douglas Labs for Ashwagandha (because this brand offers higher withanolide content). I use Metagenics when I can find it for certain supplements including their multivitamin and a product called SPM Active (for inflammation).

Another approach I have used for finding quality supplements, is taking a look at research studies to see which brand they're using (esp when the study isn't funded by that manufacturer). ConsumLab is a great resource, but some of the brands I have researched and settled on haven't been tested by them. I wish..

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Re: Supplement info

Postby Grace » Mon Dec 11, 2017 12:02 pm

My go-tos are Amazon, VitaCost, and Whole Foods. Through these I've found most everything in the book.


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