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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #135 on: August 08, 2011, 12:31:37 am »

I'm breastfeeding my baby who just turned 1 so I drink a lot of vitamins/supplements but the most important to me are: 
Chelated Cal-Mag para marami akong milk,
Carotenoid for the immune system
Salmon oil plus and I also take
Formula 4 with iron
to sustain a very hectic day taking care of hubby, 2 kids and a gift shop. So far, di pa kami nagkasakit ni baby who just turned 1 and I'm very happy she's healthy kasi yong first born ko sakitin, I didn't take these kind of vitamins before.
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #136 on: September 02, 2011, 07:53:31 am »

hi mga mommies ask ko lang po yung sangobion ba pwede sa breasfeeding mom? ...and taking a contraceptive?
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #137 on: September 02, 2011, 09:14:44 am »

im taking
iberet with folic
fish oil
moringana (im brestfeeding kc)
calcium supplement
and vit C
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #138 on: September 02, 2011, 11:33:10 am »

hi sis lhayzgirl bf din ako until now na 18mos na baby ko (mix) at nagtatake din ng  sangobion, ok lang naman I THINK, pero minsan kinakatamaran ko, kung maisip ko lang saka lang ako umiinom, same with myra E400

now di pa ako umiinom uli, since dalaga ako kasi di ako mahilig uminom ng kung ano-anong meds or vitamis e.
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #139 on: September 02, 2011, 02:12:05 pm »

i stopped taking centrum parang walang effect sa kin.
i'm now taking Complete Phyto energizer, all natural. matagal  nako naghahanap ng ganitong vitamin kase puro fruits and vegetables ang laman...i originally wanted to give to my 3y/o daughter..ako na ang nagtake.
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #140 on: September 03, 2011, 07:36:39 am »

@casperthegoat thanks po ako pure bf po eh
Hagard napo kasi ko masyado ..salamat
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #141 on: September 05, 2011, 10:56:16 am »



ako multivitamins and iron  :)

I need iron talaga kasi anemic ako since then...
 
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #142 on: September 07, 2011, 08:54:04 am »

Nagtake na ako ng Sangobion, kaso kapag nagtatake ako nun napapadami kain ko :D
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #143 on: September 07, 2011, 09:24:25 am »

Nutritional Supplements sorted by score
USANA Health Sciences Essentials 73.7
Solgar Omnium 56.5
Thorne Research Al's Formula 46.9
Clinicians Vitamin and Mineral Boost 45.1
NFS Nutraceuticals Ultimate Sports Multi 44.5
Thorne Research Basic Nutrients V 44.4
Thorne Research Basic Nutrients III 38.7
Solgar VM-2000 37.9
Pharmanex Lifepak 28.1
Amway NutriWay Double X 27.3
GNC LiveWell Women's Ultra Mega 26.1
Pharmanex Lifepak Women 25.6
BioCeuticals Multi Essentials 25.3
Pharmalliance OxiChel 24.8
Neways Orachel 24.1
Solgar Formula VM-75 23.1
Radiance Multi-Power 22.6
Nutra Life Active Men's Multi 22.3
GNC LiveWell Mega Men 21.2
Pharmanex Lifepak Prime 21.0
Nature's Sunshine Supplemental Vitamins & Minerals 20.6
Thompson's Multifort 17.5
Nature's Way Mega Multi 17.1
Thompson's Immunofort 16.9
Nutra Life Active Women's Multi Plus 16.4
Eagle Tresos B PluSe 16.4
Nature's Way Women's Energy Mega Multivitamin 16.4
Pharm-a-Care Women's Mega Strength Multi-Vitamins 16.4
Bioglan Women's Complete Multi Compex 16.4
Pretorius Women's Live Better Multi Vitamin & Mineral 16.3
Kordel's Men's Multi (without Iron) 15.4
Nutrition Care Formula SF88 15.1
Blackmores Women's Vitality Multi 14.1
Metagenics Multigenics 14.1
Red Seal Women's Multi 14
Nature's Own Daily Multi Peak Performance 14
Mannatech GlycoLEAN Catalyst 13.9
Natural Nutrition Mega Potency Women's Multi Vitamin with Selenium 13.7
Nature's Sunshine Mega-Chel 13.5
Metagenics Multigenics Phyto Plus 13.5
Blackmores Women's Multi & Evening Primrose Oil 13.4
Natural Nutrition Mega Potency Fifty Plus Multi Vitamins 13.4
Blackmores Sustained Release Women's Multi Vitamins & Minerals 13.3
Natural Nutrition Mega Potency Men's Multi Vitamin with Selenium 13.3
Red Seal Men's Multi 13.3
Pharm-a-Care Men's Mega Strength Multi-Vitamin 11.7
Bioglan Men's Complete Multi Complex 11.6
Nature's Way Men's Energy Mega Multi-Vitamin Iron-free 11.6
Blackmores Sustained Release Multi Vitamins and Minerals 11.5
Swisse Women's Ultivite Formula 1 11.5
Pluravit Time-Release Multi 11.5
Thompson's Men's Multi with Antioxidants 11.3
Herbs of Gold Executive Multi Vitamin & Mineral 11.1
Golden Glow Senior's One-A-Day Multi 11.1
Swisse Women's Ultivite No Iron or Iodine 10.9
Swisse Men's Ultivite Formula 1 10.8
Blackmores Sustained Release Multi Vitamins & Minerals + Selenium 10.7
Melaleuca Vitality for Women 10.6
Reliv Now 10.4
Nature's Own Multivitamin Plus Omega 3 Fish Oil 9.1
Avon VitAdvance Women's Complete II 9.1
Good Health Men's Multi-Plus 9.1
Pharma Foods Pharma Day with Selenium 8.7
Herbalife Formula 3 8.7
Kordel's Women's Multi Plus EPO 8.6
Cenovis Mega Multi 8.4
Thompson's Femmefort 8.3
Microgenics Mega Multivitamin 8
Melaleuca Vitality for Men 7.5
Reliv Classic 7.5
Nutrition Care Formula 33SE 7.4
Microgenics Women's Pro Active Multi Vitamin 6.8
Golden Glow Super One-A-Day 6.7
Herron Clinical Nutrition Men's Multi-Vitamin & Minerals 6.2
Blackmores Men's Performance Multi 6.2
Good Health Women's Multi-Plus 6
Vitaplex Professional One a Day Multivitamin 5
New Vision Essential Vitamins 4.7
Centrum Select 50+ 4.3
Amway NutriWay Daily 4.2
Microgenics Men's Essential Multivitamin 4.1
Myadec Gold A-Z Guard 4
Red Seal Total Multi with Minerals 3.9
Centrum Complete from A to Zinc 3.9
Cenovis 50+ Multi 3.8
Guardian Women's Multi Vitamins & Minerals 3.6
Herron Clinical Nutrition One-a-Day Women's Multi-Vitamins & Minerals 3.6
Cenovis Multivitamin and Minerals 3.4
Amcal One-A-Day 3.3
Berocca Performance 3.2
Healtheries Women's Multi (AU) 3.2
Cenovis Women's Multi 3.1
Nature's Own Daily Multi Essentials 3.1
Pluravit Women 3.1
Golden Glow Women's One-a-Day Multi 3.1
Blackmores Multi + Gingko for 55+ 3
Pluravit 50 Plus 3
Healtheries Women's Multi (NZ) 2.7
Hivita LiquiVita 2.6
Red Seal One-a-Day Multi & Minerals 2.6
Amcal Multivitamin & Mineral Effervescent 2.6
Golden Glow Men's One-a-Day Multi 2.5
Bioglan Daily Plus Max 2.5
Cenovis Men's Multi 2.5
Myadec Multivitamins and Minerals 2.4
Nature's Own Multivitamin & Mineral 2.4
Herron Clinical Nutrition All-in-One Multi-Vitamin & Mineral 2.1
Guardian Multi Vitamins & Minerals Hi Potency 2.1
Advocare Macro-Mineral Complex 1.1
Source: Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements by Lyle MacWilliam, BSc, MSc, FP (Northern
Dimensions Publishing, ISBN 0-9732538-3-5

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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #144 on: October 14, 2011, 08:55:02 am »

Are the Usana ESSENTIALS®, really any different?
Some people believe that they are unique. And an apple can test show the difference. You can use this test to any multivitamin product in the market to see the power of their antioxidant protection. Because I do not believe eveything without  testing myself, I done the apple test with the most popular brand name: Centrum Forte, (you can use any other multivitamin product in the market, to compare with USANA's ESSENTIALS®)

APPLE TEST EXPLAINED

♦ Get two glasses and fill them with water until about 2/3 full.

♦ Label 1 glass with your vitamin, the other USANA mega antioxidant (the yellow vitamin).

♦ Place your vitamin in 1 glass, the USANA vitamin in the USANA labelled glass.

♦ Peel an apple and put 1 slice in each glass.

♦ Peel an apple and put 1 slice in each glass.

♦ Peel an apple and put 1 slice in each glass.

♦ Leave uncovered for 4 days and keep in a place where they will not be knocked over or touched.

They will look real ugly after 4 days. Notice the color of the water.

♦ Get a fork and pull out the apple from the glass with your vitamin. It will probably be brown and be deteriorating. You probably would not want to eat this apple. This is what is going on in your system. free radicals are developing.

♦ Get another fork and pull out the apple from the USANA glass. The water is discoloured, but the apple is almost pristine white. That is due to the antioxidants. It will help to keep your system clean from free radicals, which have been known to cause many degenerative diseases including cancer, diabetes, and heart conditions.

♦ In my test, the Centrum Forte turns black in a day and was really gross by the end of the week.

 The whiter the apple the better for it has more antioxidants. That's what you want.

Specifically designed to provide the foundation of nutritional support for any age group. Choose the nutritional supplements that are right for you and your family.

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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #145 on: October 17, 2011, 03:44:41 pm »

poten cee lang  :)
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #146 on: October 18, 2011, 06:01:07 am »

I used to take Usana Essentials (bought it from my friend) when I was not preggy yet. Okay sia maganda yung effect sakin...

Ngayong preggy ako, I just added Vit C Poten Cee with my Folic Acid.
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« Reply #147 on: October 19, 2011, 10:25:13 am »

Usana is very good and can be taken even if preggy  :)
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« Reply #148 on: October 19, 2011, 10:27:33 am »

7 Myths About Prenatal Vitamins

By Evelyn Ojeda-Fox and George Fox

Myth #1: All vitamins are created equal.

FACTS:

·         Not True. In a study of prescription prenatal vitamins only 3 out of 9 prescription prenatal vitamins were found to release the amount of folic acid they claimed to contain.  This means that even though they contained the folic acid, the body didn't absorb it.

Folic acid is a B vitamin that helps prevent serious birth defects of a baby's brain or spine. Getting enough folic acid can also help prevent birth defects like cleft lip and congenital heart disease. These birth defects often happen before most women know they are pregnant.  Folic acid is important for any woman who could become pregnant.

·         Approximately 25% of supplements could be contaminated with banned substances (steroids, stimulants, etc.).  For more details, you can visit the Informed Choice's Website. This is a non-profit organization that certifies products to be clean and free of banned substances.

 Myth #2:  I can meet all my nutritional supplementation needs with my prenatal vitamins.

FACTS:

·         Not True. Most prenatal vitamins do not have a full-range of minerals and they also lack in the proper amount and availability of many important nutrients.

 ·         CALCIUM: Most prenatal vitamins contain between 100 and 200 milligrams (mg) of calcium, but some don't contain any. Studies show that pregnant women who took 1,500 to 2,000 milligrams of daily calcium supplements can reduce their chances of developing high blood pressure and preeclampsia by 60-70 percent.

 ·         ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS: Most prenatal vitamins do not contain essential fatty acids. DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, is important for the development of your baby's brain, nerve, and eye tissue.  The developing fetus depends entirely on its mother’s DHA intake for its own supply of this vital brain nutrient. During the third trimester, the fetus is estimated to accumulate 67 mg per day of DHA.

 Studies demonstrate that mothers who take DHA supplements have fewer preterm deliveries and give birth to larger, healthier infants who perform better on intelligence and visual perception tests to the age of at least four years.

 Essential fatty acids (Omega-3) are important to prevent depression.

 ·         VITAMIN D: A study reported in the February, 2007 Journal of Nutrition concluded that the majority of African-American women and almost half of Caucasian women have deficient levels of vitamin D, as do most of their infants, even though 90% of the women used prenatal supplements during pregnancy.

The study illuminates the danger of assuming that prenatal vitamins in their present form are ensuring vitamin D sufficiency in pregnant women and their newborns.

Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy is associated with five times higher risk of preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a complication of pregnancy characterized by hypertension and swelling of the extremities, and is the leading cause of maternal and fetal death. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism

Vitamin D researcher Michael Holick, MD, PhD, and colleagues report that women in their study who were severely vitamin D deficient during childbirth were about four times more likely to deliver by cesarean section as women with higher vitamin D levels. Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with muscle weakness and high blood pressure, which might help explain the finding.  They recommend 1,400 IU per day.

·         IODINE: Many brands of multivitamins for pregnant women may not contain all the iodine they claim, potentially putting babies at risk of poor brain development.

Tests on 60 brands that listed iodine as an ingredient on their labels found many fell short of the stated amount. Prenatal multivitamins that use potassium iodide as the iodine source give a more consistent dose of the element than those that use kelp.

 Iodine deficiency is the leading preventable cause of mental retardation worldwide, affecting more than 2.2 billion people.  Only 51% of prenatal vitamins marketed in the United States even listed iodine as an ingredient on the label.

 The World Health Organization recommends 250 micrograms per day during pregnancy and lactation.

 Myth #3: If I eat a healthy diet, I don’t need to take supplements.

FACTS:

·         Ideally True.  Supplements are not a substitute for a healthy diet, yet more than 80% of Americans do not eat the daily food required for optimal health. 

·         The USDA surveyed 16,000 Americans and found that not one person obtained 100% of essential nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin E, and zinc.

 ·         The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) recommended in June 2002 that given that most people do not consume an optimal amount of nutrients by diet alone it would be prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements to prevent chronic disease.

 Myth #4: I need to start my vitamin supplements AFTER I get pregnant.

 FACTS:

·         Not True.  According to Specialist in Nutritional Medicine, Raymond D. Strand, M.D., it takes a minimum of 6 months of proper nutritional supplementation to optimize the body’s natural defenses. 

 ·         Many conditions can be prevented with adequate early supplementation such as the fetus developing neural tube defects (such as spina bifida), congenital heart disease, cleft palate, prematurity and even c-section.

 ·         The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that a woman needs to take folic acid every day, starting before she becomes pregnant. Taken this way, folic acid could prevent 70% of some types of serious birth defects.

 ·         In the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, the fetus relies on its mother directly for thyroid hormone.  After that, it uses iodine from the mother to make its own.

 Myth #5: I will need a prescription prenatal vitamin when I get pregnant.

FACTS:

·         Not True.  There are multivitamins that can be a good prenatal vitamin because they contain adequate amounts of folic acid, zinc, iodine and other important vitamins and minerals which are needed in higher levels during pregnancy.

 ·         What is more important are the ingredients in the vitamins and how well they absorb into your body. Many times prescriptions are written so that the cost of the vitamins will be picked up by insurance companies without taking into account the quality of the product.

Myth #6: Natural and synthetic vitamins work just as well.

FACTS:

·         Not True.  For instance, research has shown that natural vitamin E is better retained and more biologically active than synthetic.

 The study found that the human placenta can deliver natural vitamin E to the fetus significantly more efficiently than synthetic vitamin E.

Studies have shown that vitamin E helps premature babies fight off oxidative stress damage to the heart, lungs and eyes and defend against destruction of red blood cells that can lead to anemia.

To identify the kind of vitamin E in a supplement, read the label. Natural vitamin E begins with "d" as in "d-alpha-tocopherol". The synthetic version begins with "dl" "dl-alpha-tocopherol".

 Synthetic vitamin E is a petroleum by-product less expensive and less bio-available than the natural vitamin E.

Myth #7: The father’s health and lifestyle do not affect conception or the baby’s health.

FACTS:

·         Not True: Healthy Male = Healthy Sperm = Healthy Fetus = Healthy Child

 ·         It takes 100 days for sperm to develop (74 to form and 20-30 to mature), therefore addressing sperm health concerns 100 days before conception is important.

·         Zinc is one of the major constituents of sperm.  75% of men who experience prostate problems have a zinc deficiency.

·         Folic acid is especially important during the 100 day run up to conception. Researchers have found that low levels of folic acid correlate with decreased sperm count and low sperm density.

The same study indicates that a lack of folic acid is likely to show chromosome damage in the sperm which may contribute to an increased risk of childhood cancer.

Sperm levels of chromosomal abnormalities can have a number of consequences ranging from failure to conceive, miscarriages or children born with conditions such as Down’s syndrome. - Human Reproduction Medicine Journal (March 20, 2008)

 ·         Essential fatty acid (Omega-3) - semen is rich in prostaglandins which are produced from these fats. Men with poor sperm quality, abnormal sperm, poor motility or low count, generally have inadequate levels of beneficial EFAs or prostaglandins.

 ·         Selenium is an antioxidant that helps to protect your body, your sperm and the woman’s eggs from free radicals. Low selenium in the blood is associated with low sperm counts.  By protecting against free radicals selenium can prevent chromosome breakage, which is known to be a cause of birth defects and miscarriages.

 ·         B12 deficiency has been linked with anemia, low sperm count, and malformed sperm. B12 supplements are sometimes prescribed for men with fertility problems.

·         Vitamin E, another powerful antioxidant, increases fertility for both men and women. It may make the sperm themselves more fertile. Vitamin E given to men who are going for IVF treatment with their partners causes a 10% rise in the couple’s overall fertility.

·         Vitamin C enhances sperm quality, protecting sperm and the DNA within it from damage.

 ·         Alcohol affects the male user's sexual performance, causes problems with fertility, miscarriage, and the maturation of the fetus and newborn.

 ·         Smoking has been shown to affect the sperm. The deformed sperm are more likely to cause miscarriage and problems for the fetus.  Smoking half a pack or more a day has been shown to reduce sperm count by as much as twenty percent.

 ·         A report by the Oxford Survey of Childhood Cancers concludes that about 14% of all childhood cancers in this review could be attributable to paternal smoking.

·        A study published in the European Journal of Cancer Prevention, found that fathers who smoked more than 20 cigarettes a day had an increased risk of having a baby with a Central Nervous System (CNS) tumor.  Researchers say this finding was not restricted to smoking during the pregnancy, but that "results suggest paternal smoking during the year prior to birth, including the pre-conception period and pregnancy, may play a role in childhood CNS tumors.”

 Tips on How to Select the Right Supplement

For You and Your Family

Awareness        Education          Personal Responsibility    Action

 aPOTENCY: Does the dietary supplement contain ingredients in the amounts stated on the label?

Look for manufactures who meet the specifications for potency, uniformity, and disintegration set by independent organizations such as the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) and the NSF International, The Public Health and Safety Company.
Look for a dietary supplement that carries a potency guarantee, which ensures that what is stated on the label is actually contained in the product. 
                     
aPURITY: Has the product been tested for harmful levels of contaminants?

Random off-the-shelf tests by USP and other laboratories have shown that some supplements may contain lead, mercury, other heavy metals, pesticides, bacteria, molds, toxins and other potentially harmful contaminants.
·         Approximately 25% of supplements could be contaminated with banned substances (steroids, stimulants, etc.).  For more details, you can visit the Informed Choice's Website. This non-profit organization certifies products to be clean and free of banned substances.

Make sure your supplement meets recognized standards for purity and potency, such as those compiled by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP).
                     
aDISSOLUTION: Will the ingredients release and dissolve so they are available for the body to absorb?

If a supplement does not break down properly to allow the ingredients to dissolve in the body, you will not receive the full benefits from its content.
In a study of prescription prenatal vitamins conducted by the University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Pharmacy, only 3 out of 9 prescription prenatal vitamins were found to release the amount of folic acid that they claimed to contain.
Here is an x-ray of a popular multi-vitamin.  What good is this product doing your body when the vitamin does not dissolve?
 
aBIOAVAILABILITY: Is the product in a form that your body can use?

For instance, research has shown that natural vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) is better retained and more biologically active than synthetic vitamin E (dl-alpha-tocopherol). The human placenta can deliver natural vitamin E to the fetus significantly more efficiently than synthetic vitamin E.
Toxicities of vitamin A relate only to pre-formed vitamin A, usually labeled as retinol, retinyl acetate, or retinyl palmitate. Beta-carotene is referred to as pro-vitamin A because it is converted to vitamin A in the body as needed.
 
aSAFE MANUFACTURING: Was it made according to Pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)?

Pharmaceutical grade is the same standard that prescription drugs are manufactured to.  The standards for pharmaceutical GMP are far stricter than the food GMP requirements set by the US government for supplements.
 
 aHas an independent scientific authority verified the quality of the supplement?

An independent study was performed and a book was subsequently written with the title "Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements." This book is currently in its 4th edition and has rated over 1500 supplements that are available in North America.
Although the Comparative Guide does not specifically list prenatal vitamins, it lists many companies that make prenatal vitamins and you can learn how their products compare.
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Re: Multivitamins for us Moms and Dads
« Reply #149 on: November 11, 2011, 01:37:23 pm »

USANA essentials,. the best,. kahit esearch nyo pa,. number 1,.ok ang effect niya,.
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