Vitamin Interactions (help)

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    Vitamin Interactions (help)


    Let me which(if any) of these may be a bad idea at the same time, or may ruin the absorption of another.

    Vitamin D-3
    Osteo Sport (joint supplement w/ Cissus, Hyaluronic acid, glucosamine, chondroiton, etc...)
    Iron Complex (w/Iron Biglycinate, Vitamin C, B12)
    L-Carnitine
    Jack3d (pre work out supplement)
    ZMA (zinc magnesium aspartate, with b6)

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    Quote Originally Posted by useyourhead View Post
    Let me which(if any) of these may be a bad idea at the same time, or may ruin the absorption of another.

    Vitamin D-3
    Osteo Sport (joint supplement w/ Cissus, Hyaluronic acid, glucosamine, chondroiton, etc...)
    Iron Complex (w/Iron Biglycinate, Vitamin C, B12)
    L-Carnitine
    Jack3d (pre work out supplement)
    ZMA (zinc magnesium aspartate, with b6)
    IMO i don`t see nothing bad with this the only thing is somes vitamins are soluble in water and other in fat (for better absorption by the body)

    maybe this can helpyou

    http://www.vitaminherbuniversity.com...1&topicid=1000
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    Can't think of any contraindications off the top of my head but take the Vitamin D-3 with some kind of fat for increased absorption.

    I'm assuming your taking the ZMA at bed time. Calcium interferes with the absorption of that so if you are having a casein based/ or dairy goodnight snack its going to limit the absorption of the ZMA
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    Yeah I am taking the Zma at night. It is gnc brand and does contain some calcium for some reason. I will buy another brand next time. Thanks for the vitamin d advice.

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