Can I take Calium, Multi-Vitamin, Vitamin C, Iron, and Flax Seed Oil pills in the morning, at the same time?
Q:Will taking them all together cause a negative effect? I have to take all of these daily and I find it easiest to take them all at once at breakfast. Help!
More Answers to “Can I take Calium, Multi-Vitamin, Vitamin C, Iron, and Flax Seed Oil pills in the morning, at the same time?“I don’t know about the rest of the stuff but iron and calcium together.not good for digestive system!~
No. Consult your doctor. Try taking a multivitamin with fish oil all in one capsule. That would be the safest way to go. You don’t want to harm yourself ok. Go to a chemist even and seek some real advice because everyone has different needs and people at pharmacies can ask question to help assess your situation. It just like people going on a diet, not all diets suit the same people. We are all different. I hope this helps.
Should not be a problem but I would take them after I ate breakfast or at least a glass of orange juice. I take them all plus a few others and I have been doing it for years with no problems.
You can take them all at once – but I would wait and take the multi-vitamin (which I have found to be a little rough on the stomach) an hour or so later. Also, it is always a good idea to take these vitamins with food or a big glass of milk.Hope this helps!
shouldn’t do any harm. the body will take what it needs and expell the rest. your urine and poop might smell strange
when you say, you have to take all of these daily,do you mean that your doctor prescribed it for you? If so, its best to ask your doctor, what time is best. Its not safe to take so many medicines without your doctor’s advice. For all you know, you probably dont need them.An overdose of vitamins is not good. Recent studies say that an overdose of vitamins can be be toxic.As far as possible,try to get the vitamins and proteins you need from your regular diet.Good sources of calcium include low fat dairy products, such as milk, yogurt, cheese and ice cream; dark green, leafy vegetables, such as broccoli, collard greens, bok choy and spinach; sardines and salmon with bones; tofu; almonds; and foods fortified with calcium, such as orange juice, cereals and breadsGood sources of iron for vegetarians include wholegrain cereals and flours, leafy green vegetables, blackstrap molasses, pulses such as lentils and kidney beans, and some dried fruits.Refer to www.nutrition.com for futher details.
no you can take them all together, vitamin c actually enhances the absorbtion and uptake of iron. try to take these at least 40 mins after a meal as if the meal is high in fibre it will bind up the minerals and not allow for absorption.