I disagree unless you eat all natural organic foods. There are some natural base vitamins you can buy. Go to your local health food store or vitamin store.
The reason one should take a good natural organic vitamin is all foods today, if not organic, first, are grown on large farms fertilized with nitrate base fertilizers. Which don't give nutrients to food to produce vitamins. And since the ground no longer has the minerals in it for the plants to absorb food has very little value. There is very little or no nutrients in the ground today. Second, the seeds we use are genetically altered, so our bodies don't know what to do with it. Third, when the food is harvest it goes to the manufacture to be stripped of any nutrients in it to make it into products then vitamins and minerals are added to it. Those vitamins and minerals are synthetic which the body can't or won't absorb. Anything that is boxed, wrapped, bottled and canned has little value. Fourth, fresh vegetable and fruits are nuked, which is mircrowaved, to kill parasites. If after all this and you understand can see why so many people are sick, have mental problems and the quality of life sucks. And last, anything you eat, drink, and breath is toxic. You want to know why so many people are fat, and that is both sexes.
The doctor won't tell you this because he depends on you being sick. It's big business.
To be honest I think if you are eating well vitamin pills are not necessary. You can get all your vitamin requirements from eating a wide variety of fruit and vegetables (from different colour groups) and if there is anything you think are are lacking, get tested, and then get a supplement. It is possible to overdose on vitamins, and it can cause some pretty bad effects.
Absolutely! No pill can make up for a poor diet. The time and energy spent on vitamins are better spent on eating healthier. Anyone who eats a wide variety of healthy foods will get everything they need.
They actually make 'teen vitamins', you could ask your chemist if they stock it.
teen vitamins particularly.why don't you consult your chemist directly?
Your local pharmacy.
who's my chemist