Every human body is individual.However, most doctors believe that taking multivitamin complexes should be no more than 2-3 times a year, courses lasting 1-2 months.Moreover, if the complex contains a lot of fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, K, E, duration of each cycle should not exceed three weeks.
Longer intake of vitamins can only be prescribed by a doctor, a specialist in cases when it comes to people who are constantly undergoing heavy physical exertion (eg, athletes, miners, metallurgists) or living in areas withharsh climatic conditions - in the Far North, or in areas equivalent to it.
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he morning and afternoon, ideally - for breakfast and lunch, for better absorption.If you receive a regular and varied diet, including foods rich in vitamins, and still feel well, take vitamins advisable only in those cases where the laboratory tests have revealed the lack of a specific element in your body.
Remember that not only the lack of vitamins, but their excess can be harmful to the body.For example, to obtain the necessary daily dose of vitamin C, an adult medium build enough to eat 1-2 oranges, 30-40 grams of black currant, 150-200 grams of strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries or ½ sweet peppers.If he regularly takes much larger amounts of vitamin C, this can trigger a metabolic disorder, the development of hypertension, kidney stones, and even diabetes.When deciding whether or not to take vitamin complexes, and how long, do not follow the calls of advertising.It is better to consult with your doctor.