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Mayo Clinic: “Nutrition and Healthy Eating,” “Vitamin B12,” “Iron Supplement,” “Prenatal vitamins: Why they matter, how to choose.”
National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements: “Multivitamin/mineral Supplements,” “Vitamin A,” “Daily Values,” “Frequently Asked Questions,” “Vitamin and Mineral Upper Limits -- What You Need to Know,” “Dietary Supplements: What You Need to Know."
UT Southwestern Medical Center: “5 signs you’ve chosen the right multivitamin.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Get Nauseous After Taking Vitamins? 6 Tips to Make Them Easier to Stomach,” “Vitamin B12 Oral.”
Harvard Health: “B Vitamins,” “What patients -- and doctors -- need to know about vitamins and supplements.”
ConsumerLab.com: “Supplements That Should Be Taken With Food,” “Best Time to Take Multivitamins,” “How to Take Vitamins and Minerals for the Proper Absorption,” “Gummy Vitamin Concerns.”
Linus Pauling Institute: “Vitamin E.”
New England Journal of Medicine: “Drug Effects on the Thyroid.”
Colorado State University Extension: “Dietary Supplements: Vitamins and Minerals.”
Nutrients: “Bioequivalence Studies of Vitamin D Gummies and Tablets in Healthy Adults: Results of a Cross-Over Study.”
Center for Science in the Public Interest: “Don’t Rely on a Gummy Multivitamin If You Can Swallow a Tablet.”
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