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Updated on Monday, November 17

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QUESTION: What's the best multivitamin for females?

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  1. I use the OPTI-WOMEN multivitamins from bodybuilding.com (http://ca.bodybuilding.com/store/opt/women.html), but they're pretty low in calcium. (~7% of recommended daily intake per pill) I don't drink milk, so I supplement with an extra calcium pill

    Women's ONE-A-DAY is good too, and you can buy it in the grocery store or pharmacy.

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    1. was gonna say jizz

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    2. I'm not a cannibal though.

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    3. It also helps with acne, so don't forget to get that semen all over your face

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  3. I read a study that take supplements for vitamins just plain doesn't work. You just pee that shit out. Maybe investigate ways of getting those vitamins through your food?

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    1. If you eat them with a full meal they definitely work. Most food just has enough vitamins to sustain you anyway. Other supplements like protein also definitely work lol

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  4. Vitamin ' D '

    Nailed It.

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  5. Anything with calcium or Fish oils. You need to make sure you're getting your omegas. Be careful with fat soluble vitamins though. If you take too many you don't "just pee them out."

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  6. Juicing, probably. The little hard pills are really difficult to absorb, whereas vegetable juice in particular is vitamin-rich and readily absorbed.

    If you buy your own juicer, it's not prohibitively expensive. Note that I am *NOT* recommending a juice "cleanse" or fast or any of that other crap, as that stuff is not medically recommended and can be really dangerous, but supplementation (like with your vitamins). Found it to be a really good pick me up, especially in the dead of winter, it's very effective at making you eat your veggies >.> and if you're like me and a little sensitive to insoluble fiber, there's the bonus that it strains all that out!

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    1. Any juicers you'd suggest?

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    2. 6a - buy mine! I've used it once and now it just sits in a kitchen drawer taking up way too much space.

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    3. If a cleanse is done correctly, and only as needed (read: once in a blue moon), in can be very beneficial for your health. Do you know how much fecal matter your bowels store up? A cleanse can help eliminate that.

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    4. Pseudo-science mumbo jumbo 6c. Your colon cleanses itself fine.

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