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I just realized that my supplements have unwanted fillers. Can anyone recommend reasonably priced good brands for Vit D3 5000 IU and a 100% B complex vitamin here in the USA? I have been looking online but am hoping to save some time with your recommendations. Thanks.
Do you take your Vit D3 as a softgel or as liquid drops?
MS Diagnosis 2014
Copaxone, OMS, 2015
Pure Encapsulations is a great brand. Their thing is that they don't put any junk or fillers in their supplements.


http://www.pureencapsulations.com/produ ... -plus.html

http://www.pureencapsulations.com/produ ... 0-i-u.html

Take this with fat, or you won't get the vitamin D goodness..or look at one of their other formulations for one that contains oil (just not medium chain triglycerides).

HTH,
Astrid
Astrid - Midwest US. Diagnosed 2006, OMS June 2016
I take the Seeking Health brand of vitamin D3. All it has other than the D3 is organic extra virgin olive oil. It is 2,000IU, so I take 5 drops a day. I don't prefer the drops, but they were the only ones I could find anywhere without medium chain triglycerides. Since D3 is fat soluble, I prefer to have the fat in the vitamin D3, rather than taking a fat-free capsule with a meal that has fat in it. Seeking Health is an awesome brand as well. Their B vitamins are great because they cater to folks with the MTHFR gene mutation who are thus poor methylators and can't break down B folate unless it is in the methyltetrahydrafolate form.

Anyway, here is their site but you can order it off Amazon like I did.

https://www.seekinghealth.com/optimal-v ... DQodUqwAag

Oh the supplements,
Astrid
Astrid - Midwest US. Diagnosed 2006, OMS June 2016
Thank you Astrid for responding. Do you take the drops alone or with something?
Hard to find something without gelatin or glycerin.
I did find these Vit D3 drops for $9.99 which seem comparable.

https://www.vitacost.com/vitacost-vitam ... -1-fl-oz-5 :arrow:
MS Diagnosis 2014
Copaxone, OMS, 2015
I take just a few supplements, (High dose biotin, sulbutiamine, B12, coq10, algae DHA/EPA and flax oil in the AM with either a huge glass of fresh pressed juice or a giant smoothie engineered by my husband to be maximally nutritious and minimally tasty. ;-)

Even though I have RRMS, the high dose biotin study seems so promising, my neurologist told me to give it a try.
http://multiplesclerosis.elsevierresour ... e-multiple

The sulbutiamine is for fatigue. I think it helps me.
Astrid - Midwest US. Diagnosed 2006, OMS June 2016
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