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Just wondering if I'm right in thinking that as a general rule vitamins should be taken in the morning and minerals in the evening?
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I heard something like that years ago, but I also know that certain vitamins and minerals work together.
I think iron, B12, and something else work together.
I also knew about zinc, manganese, and B6.

I know i take calcium, magnesium, & D3 at night. Some days I add others that are supposed to help in Cal absorption like boron and manganese.

So maybe take vitamins with tiny amounts of minerals in the morning. Then take certain minerals at night.
At least there are supplements that have minerals that are affordable. That wasn't the case years ago.


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Thanks Mrs T O+, I like to keep notes on the combinations that benefit each other and will add them to my lists, thank you 🙂
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Vitamin c with iron is one


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I'm using the orthomolecular medicin and recommendations...meant here is: higher amounts and min 3xdaily all stuffs in combination for intake ..
quickest results whithin days........incl. the mushies ....


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There are also some minerals that should NOT be taken together, or that have different effects if taken together vs taken separately. Iron and calcium compete for absorption and should be taken separately. Calcium and magnesium have a weird relationship- when taken together, the combination enhances calcium absorption, but if your body needs more magnesium, you need to take it away from calcium for maximum impact.

I take most of my supplements in the morning, both minerals and vitamins. And there are some that I take twice a day or three times a day (morning and noon, or morning, noon, and night) and a couple that help me sleep that I only take at bedtime.


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Ruthie, thanks for that extra info about magnesium!

It is strange that the only mineral in certain multis years ago was iron and now they say many of us don't need supplemental iron!


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Just wondering if I'm right in thinking that as a general rule vitamins should be taken in the morning and minerals in the evening?
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I'm using the orthomolecular medicin and recommendations...meant here is: higher amounts and min 3xdaily all stuffs in combination for intake ..
quickest results whithin days........incl. the mushies ....
Right. Spreading out large doses to multiple dosings per day is a good idea.
And some vitamins are best taken in conjunction with (or even some time AFTER) other specific supplement(s).

Likewise some supplements should be taken with food and some without.

There therefore can't be a blanket rule for "all vitamins" or "all minerals".



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soo sorry this is an older hoax the story of ca-/ mg-interaction todays we do know that this isn't really true... this is to be seen in newest infos' about and in the orthomolecular magazine of the canadian sites.... so easier for you to find and understand coz of the language ....
zink & copper do interact... yep so better to take those separately in different times during  a day as also the aminoacids L'Arginin and L'Lysine do compete... so better to take those also in a certain time delay....  


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It's all very interesting...I need to make some charts...
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