Multivitamins

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Take one supplement per day. Do not exceed the recommended amount unless you have consulted with a physician. However, some supplements are formulated to be taken more than once per day. You can take them accordingly.

You can consume vitamin A based on your reproductive status and age. People aged 14 years and older can consume 700-900 mcg of RAE (retinol activity equivalents) each day. Nursing women can take 1200 to 1300 RAE while infants and children younger than 14 years can take vitamin A in a minimal quantity.

Dietary supplements are safe for you unless you do not exceed the required amount. They help you provide nutrients that you lack. The key is to complement them with nutrient-dense foods and other healthy choices.

You can take 400 mcg of folic acid, 200-300 mg of calcium, 20 mg of niacin, 6 mcg of vitamin B12, 2mg of riboflavin, 70 mg of vitamin, and 3 mg of thiamine during pregnancy. Folic acid is a crucial ingredient that you should take daily. 

Celiacs should take vitamin B6 to fight infections, folate to make new cells, vitamin D to grow muscles, calcium to strengthen your bones, iron to carry oxygen, vitamin B12 to fight off fatigue, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin to get more energy.

Supplements that are rich in fats, carbohydrates, omega-6- fatty acids, potassium calcium, omega-3-fatty acids, vitamins A and C, phosphorus, folate, protein, dietary fiber, and sugar may help you gain weight. 

Vitamin A, C, E and a mineral called selenium are good for skin. Vitamin A is the best anti-aging agent. Vitamin C helps tissues to grow. Vitamin E reverses sun damage and aging effects while selenium protects skin from wrinkles.