Spring forward on med cabinet, too Winnipeg Free PressFirst, the expiry date for a prescription medication is the time until which we are assured the product maintains its potency, purity and absorbability. After the expiry date we cannot be certain the medication is safe to use. We must also be aware of another potential outcome: The product can even become toxic, resulting in unanticipated side-effects from the breakdown metabolites of the expired drug. So we should not only be considering what is in the medicine cabinet, but also where it is located. Anyone who's seen the Seinfeld episode on a guest snooping in the medicine cabinet, only to find a fungus cream, now has two reasons to change its location. As time progresses, some ingredients degrade and may become inactive. I often receive questions from patients wondering about what to do with expired products. The ideal storage site should have a cool, consistent temperature away from direct sunlight. Of course, this is assuming it was stored as per the manufacturer's directions....
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Where can I find legit unbiased multivitamin reviews?
I am trying to research if there are actually any differences in multivitamins. What I am looking for is information in regards to if any vitamins are better than others in certain circumstances and possibly why. With all of the information available
I understand your predicament. If you are looking for honest reviews of a certain product I would just check out a reviews site that has reviews you know are written by real people like yourself.
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If you take a Multivitamin and Also a B vitamin supplements are you getting to many that can cause side effec?
I read an article who's topic was the issue that taking to many vitamins can be harmfull to your health. Im not sure if it was reviewed enough,but if anyone knows more about this then i do please help me by answering.
You can only overdose on vitamins that are fat soluble (like vitamin A and D), because they are stored in fatty body tissue. Vitamins that are water soluble (like C and B) can't build up in your system because they are excreted during urination.
Is this multivitamin supplement healthy?
are the vitamin amounts in this thing healthy? Because it seems like a lot having over 100% daily value. Or is the % supposed to go that high? I read the reviews and no