Standards for Vitamins

  1. Standards for Vitamins

    What websites do you guys use to evaluate vitamin quality and content? I'm looking for a website that breaks down different vitamin companies and their products with no agenda, but to provide unbiased information on vitamins, so I don't have to do extensive research every time I buy a product. Otherwise, what sanctioning bodies are reputable regarding placing their seal of approval on products?

    I am trying to determine effectiveness regarding products to save time and money. I'm not interested in snake oil.

    Looking for cheap but effective:

    Vitamin C
    Vitamin E
    Fish Oils
    Glucosamine Chondroitin
    Wobenzyme Compunds
    Green Tea Extract

    Of course I'll be checking out the web store, but some of these more common products are sold so many places.... Trying to figure out, which ones are good.

    Open to other suggestions.

    - Improved Joints
    - Lower Blood Pressure
    - Return to normal functioning
    - Establish a baseline before increasing workout intensity

  2. Ok... well Taurine and Green Tea Extract has been selected and linked to Now GTE and Primaforce Taurine. That's a start.

  3. I'll just say this: Orange Triad over everything
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative
    X-gels for strength, Focus XT for mental performance & Joint Support XT for pain free mobility

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    I'll just say this: Orange Triad over everything
    This, OrthoCore, and Anavite are tremendous options.

  5. Taking notes. Sounds good so far.



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