Opinion on multi

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by X2006ibm View Post
    Are you all taking the full dose of orange triad? I started taking just two pills, last longer and I still get vit. Discharge.
    I generally take 3 a day.


  2. Jbry may be a little off with the water kinetics, but his point is valid. I work in a pharmaceutical lab with equipment that is collectively worth more than entire supplement companies, and in designing various dosage forms, MANY tablets of mutlvitamin-size fail to dissociate in a kinetically favorable manner. Meaning they break down ultimately, but the window of absorption is small. When you consider the sheer number of different compounds in a multivitamin, you really want a powder, softgel, or capsule.

    That said, I have used Orange Triad and it's got a good profile.
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  3. AOR!

  4. Source Natural's Life Force is a good multi. Mst's MVP multi is pretty good as well

  5. I don't like a lot of these "kitchen sink" vitamins because your waisting space and money due to what other posters have said, underdosing. Orange Triad is great as mentioned. I like OptiMEN by optimum and I like both of Beverly's multi's, their superpak and their Ultra 4. Just add the other stuff in with BCAA products and digestive enzymes and healthy fats.
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  6. Don't over think it. You don't know exactly what your body needs at every moment. I take a simple prenatal vitamin, all it is, is a multi that has more than usual cause its prenatal. Women need more for their babys, you need more for your growing muscles. It works for me so its up to you.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    Jbry may be a little off with the water kinetics, but his point is valid. I work in a pharmaceutical lab with equipment that is collectively worth more than entire supplement companies, and in designing various dosage forms, MANY tablets of mutlvitamin-size fail to dissociate in a kinetically favorable manner. Meaning they break down ultimately, but the window of absorption is small. When you consider the sheer number of different compounds in a multivitamin, you really want a powder, softgel, or capsule.

    That said, I have used Orange Triad and it's got a good profile.
    WHAT! YOU MEAN TO TELL ME MY WATER IDEA IS SOMEHOW DIFFERENT THAN THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS? NOOOOOOOOOO!

    But I thank you for the explanation. Man I'm getting lazy, though might also be cause I'm using my phone 90% of my post.

    But I haven't taken a look at orange triad.
    Used samples of anavite though

  8. Quote Originally Posted by DV663

    Yea i guess your right, no need to explain at 5'7 178...thats really all I needed to know.
    Why? You got something against short people?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post

    Why? You got something against short people?
    yes.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post

    WHAT! YOU MEAN TO TELL ME MY WATER IDEA IS SOMEHOW DIFFERENT THAN THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS? NOOOOOOOOOO!

    But I thank you for the explanation. Man I'm getting lazy, though might also be cause I'm using my phone 90% of my post.

    But I haven't taken a look at orange triad.
    Used samples of anavite though
    I would highly recommend taking a look at OT. I have tried a variety of different multis, and I always coming back to OT. It is honestly the most complete formula IMO.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    I would highly recommend taking a look at OT. I have tried a variety of different multis, and I always coming back to OT. It is honestly the most complete formula IMO.
    I agree. OT is such a complete formula and it can be had for $20 a bottle a few times per year on sale. Since each bottle is a 45-day supply, that's a little over $13 a month for a quality multi with extras such as joint support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey99 View Post
    I agree. OT is such a complete formula and it can be had for $20 a bottle a few times per year on sale. Since each bottle is a 45-day supply, that's a little over $13 a month for a quality multi with extras such as joint support.
    Plus I hear that they don't dye them anymore

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    I would highly recommend taking a look at OT. I have tried a variety of different multis, and I always coming back to OT. It is honestly the most complete formula IMO.
    I'll take a look at it, but I more so care about oral bioavailability of the product than the profile. If that tab doesn't break down quickly an easily, and those key minerals aren't chelated, thats a big factor for me.

    aside from it not being in split up dosages (am/pm), there are specific vitamins an minerals that I want more of in the morning, and others more of at night.

  14. I've been using Source Naturals, Life Force Multiple,
    On Mr. Cooper's recommendation in another thread, and I think it's a fantastic Multivitamin.

    Peace

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post

    Plus I hear that they don't dye them anymore

    - Valdez
    Nope they don't dye them anymore my wife ordered them for me and before she gave them to me she ask how important was the color of the. Vitamin to me. Lol she thought she bought the wrong vitamin

  16. never tried OT, but hell you can take a wal-mart brand multi and it's still better than taking no multi
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by MIGUEL1J View Post

    Nope they don't dye them anymore my wife ordered them for me and before she gave them to me she ask how important was the color of the. Vitamin to me. Lol she thought she bought the wrong vitamin
    Just realized they went dye-less.



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    I kinda like the new design/bottle too!
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post

    Just realized they went dye-less.

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    I kinda like the new design/bottle too!
    Lol I kinda like it

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    Plus I hear that they don't dye them anymore

    - Valdez
    Indeed, the artifical coloring has been removed (and it has a pretty new label!)

  20. Quote Originally Posted by DJBeanPole View Post
    Just realized they went dye-less.



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    I kinda like the new design/bottle too!
    Thanks for the pic! Looks alot better than the old look IMO. Glad you like em too!

  21. I've been using Orange Triad for a period of 3 months. Can't say i notice any difference from other Multis. But I am a bit skeptical over tablets, I prefer capsules or gelcaps usually. I don't mind trying new products, but I usually always go back to the capsules or gelcaps.

  22. Dye less is definitely the way to go

  23. Interesting topic. I mix it up. Kind of rotate Life Force, Alive liquid and Orange Triad. I do think the OT helps with my old arse crickity joints. After 6 separate knee surgeries, hip surger, shoulder surgery and rotator cuff slight tear in non operated on shoulder, joint relief is much appreciated . . . as is Dr. James Andrews.

    I alway waste the liquid as after has been open a few days, it does not seem as fresh so I don't drink. Why is Triad in tablet if absorption is such an issue or does it really make that much if a difference?

  24. Its funny, I have read varying studies on capsules v. tablets, and I think both maintain merit. However, one of the reasons I support tablets (without backing away from capsules, btw) is that certain vitamins are not there to be absorbed in he stomach, as it would be preferential for it to be absorbed in the small intestine. In capsule form, there is a distinct chance that it will be only available in the stomach, not optimal imo.As I mentioned, I have tried varying multis, and like a few. But, OT is the best I have tried. My joints feel better, I get sick far less frequently, and when I go to the bathroom and night, I dont need a light with my neon urine

  25. Another Orange Triad vote. Joints feel better, immune system seems to be boosted, and digestion is greatly improved.
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