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How much are you willing to pay a month for them?

< $50
3
30%
$50 - $100
4
40%
$100 - $200
1
10%
> $200
2
20%
 
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How many of you take supplements?

Post by FeNglinG » Sat, 28 Apr 2007 10:11 pm

Do you think they really improve ur health?
Why you take them and if you don't, why not?
What type of supplements do you take?
How much are you willing to pay a month for them?

:???:

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Re: How many of you take supplements?

Post by alanyeap » Thu, 03 May 2007 3:41 pm

FeNglinG wrote:Do you think they really improve ur health?
Why you take them and if you don't, why not?
What type of supplements do you take?
How much are you willing to pay a month for them?

:???:
Yes. It does improve my health, my energy and my sex life.
Nutrilite Protein, Nutrilite Double-X.
About $200 per month.

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Re: How many of you take supplements?

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 03 May 2007 3:52 pm

alanyeap wrote: Yes. It does improve my health, my energy and my sex life.
Nutrilite Protein, Nutrilite Double-X.
About $200 per month.
In Singapore drinking water will improve your sex life. Especially seeing the fertility rate is a miserly 1.2! 3rd lowest in the world.

Why does the original poster post a Poll on their initial 1st post and ask how much money you are willing to spend on quackery?

I am watching as this poster smells like a mlm witch doctor.

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Post by rubysg » Fri, 04 May 2007 11:21 pm

I swear by Redoxon Vitamin C effervescent 1000mg when I'm down with flu and I've colleagues who are sick. It really perks my health up and improve my immunity. But a word caution, excessive intake may result in stones, thus I usually take on an as and when basis.

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Post by alanyeap » Mon, 07 May 2007 12:53 am

rubysg wrote:I swear by Redoxon Vitamin C effervescent 1000mg when I'm down with flu and I've colleagues who are sick. It really perks my health up and improve my immunity. But a word caution, excessive intake may result in stones, thus I usually take on an as and when basis.
Excessive of Vit C will only get you into diareare... You will know when you go to toilet too much...after taking lots of dosses of Vit C.

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Post by carlover » Mon, 07 May 2007 1:02 pm

I am taking Hydroxycut to help me loose weight and of course going to gym for training too! :wink:

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I took them because they help me!

Post by seantoh » Mon, 07 May 2007 9:10 pm

Hi all,

I take my supplements everyday for my health as well as for my bodybuilding training.

You were advised not to advertise in the threads back in January with your first post. Not much of an educator are you? You account has now been locked due to your inability to follow instructions.

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Post by jes23 » Tue, 29 May 2007 3:40 pm

I spent about $200 on supplements for my whole family. We’re now taking Mulitvitamins, Biomega, grape seed extract and vitamin C from Usana.

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Post by nightstar » Tue, 29 May 2007 7:49 pm

I spend $60 monthly on calcium, omega3 and lecithin vitamins.

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Post by kalyn » Thu, 19 Jul 2007 2:31 am

I'm taking Vit C and Vit E and gonna get multi-vitamins. Supplements are beneficial for people like me who is not very conscious in consuming the right amount of veggies/fruits. It's also good for lazy people! :lol: It's health beneficial (though I can't really feel) but I'm sure it helps in a long term.

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Post by Arizona » Sun, 22 Jul 2007 4:17 am

Supplements are no magic solutions but they do aid the process of your health goals.

I would suggest multivitamins as one of the must-have supplements, irregardless of your goal or physical fitness condition.

You can get them anywhere.

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