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I'm compiling a list of powders for a multivitamin. Need guidance.

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I'm compiling a list of powders for a multivitamin. Need guidance.

Post  fumanchu on Tue Feb 23, 2016 3:00 pm

So far I'm buying moringa, spirulina, and wheat grass.

Nothing too fancy. Moringa is from Eco Ideas. Spirulina is from NOW foods (their heavy metal was one of the lowest in tests done, or so one study claims). Wheat grass is from Flora.

Some of you might not recognize these brands because they might be canadian. I'm just not ordering from the states, what with the sorry state of our little baby loonie.

Am I missing anything?? Should I add brewer's yeast? And if so, how do I know it's not synthesized? Is NOW foods brand alright? Their products are just so well priced while being decent quality ( as far as I know).

Your input would be appreciated.

I find making your own supergrass powder is the cheapest and most effective way of getting all those goods in ya.

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Post  SonofOdin on Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:25 pm

Dessicated liver powder is said to be extremely nutrient rich. Try to donate blood though because, its iron rich as well which is hard for us men to get rid of.
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Post  fumanchu on Fri Feb 26, 2016 10:29 am

Now I have a new range of questions.

CS, I've read that you take spirulina? Is the high iron content not an issue? This goes along the lines of what SonofOdin was saying.

Should I bother with spirulina if I'm taking moringa? I believe the latter has a ton of iron in it as well.

Moringa seems to have dangerously high amounts of vitamin A. Is this not a problem?

I'm starting to think taking a combo might not be so bright, as they have some similarities. For example, chlorella and spirulina are both high in vitamin E, B1 and B2.

Would taking a combo not be overkill?

I definitely think taking both moringa and spirulina together would raise iron levels too much.


This is so confusing. Need help.

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