Best multivitamin supplements according to redditors

We found 660 Reddit comments discussing the best multivitamin supplements. We ranked the 241 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Multivitamin Supplements:

u/clueriot · 1853 pointsr/AskReddit

The miracle fruit, known as Synsepalum dulcificum that temporarily changes the way you perceive sour flavors, essentially making things such as Tabasco sauce taste sweet.

Edit: they're pretty easy to find online, here's the link to a pack available on Amazon.

u/thisrockismyboone · 948 pointsr/AskReddit

I've flavor tripped several times. Vinegar tastes like apple juice. Salt tastes like sugar. Beer tastes like grape soda. lemons tastes the best, basically like "yellow sugar" same goes for grapefruit, limes, and oranges.

Edit: Since you people think I'm the coolest person on the face of the earth, here is a link to buy and you can pay me in blow jobs.

Also buffalo chicken dip is the greatest thing with this, would recommend. Olives are good too.

u/washer · 213 pointsr/AskReddit

The Miracle Berry

You'll trip balls. Inside your mouth.

It's not as gay as it sounds.

EDIT: Link to where you can buy them. Link

u/Yarsl · 188 pointsr/Frugal

I'm getting my parents miracle berry tablets, so they can host a miracle berry tasting night with friends.

And then I got another packet for my boyfriend's family with whom I will be spending Christmas; that and a small assortment of foods that are fun to try, like limes and stout beer and Greek yogurt, for our own miracle berry tasting night. Miracle berries are fun and last ~1 hour; something that creates memories but not at a huge expense.

Price: $14 / pack of ten, $25 / two packs of ten.

u/aimsteadyfire · 96 pointsr/nottheonion

All he had to do to make this significantly less challenging is eat Miracle Berry tablets. It turns sour things into sweet things. I'm not convinced he didn't do that.

u/Ravenhaft · 62 pointsr/explainlikeimfive Right here. Turns off your sour receptors, I think. But the acid can still damage your mouth so don’t like, start chugging citric acid after you take this.

u/pitterpatters · 45 pointsr/AskReddit
u/compulsive_coaster · 38 pointsr/videos

I got some off of amazon. Be sure to try anything with high acidity. Sour cream was my favorite. Tasted like cotton candy. Other things to try are cherries, oranges, lemons (best lemonaid you'll have in your life), and I kid you not but vitamin C powder. Like pixie sticks, man.

Edit: Miracle Berry Fruit Tablets

u/GenderNeutralPat · 33 pointsr/AskWomen

Above all else get therapy.

Also do these self care things ( what works for anxiety will also work for depression and vice-versa )

u/KleinKonijn · 26 pointsr/proED

Ah hara hachi bu haha! That literally means stomach 80%. I forgot about that, should've mentioned it! It's very true that in Japan, we eat until we're not hungry, instead of eating until we're full. In fact, my sister and I even communicate how hungry we are based on that. So 80% is perfectly happy and satisfied. 85% is feeling slightly sick from eating too much. 90% is feeling physical pain from eating too much. 95% is feeling like we're going to puke because we're so full. And hungry is like... 60%. 70% is we could eat, but we wouldn't eat much at all.

That's so interesting how you bring up how stomach expansion occurs from high volume, low calorie foods like vegetables... I'm guessing you also watch My 600 lb Life and it's a common thing for the gastric bypass surgery patients to be told to NOT eat vegetables because it undoes the surgery by expanding the stomach again. That hasn't really happened to me or my family though, probably because we weren't binge eaters to begin with? I think those powerful binge urges and hunger signals come from unhealthy mental attitudes about food too, which we never really had. So that's why I feel often that I don't really belong here because my relationship to food and weight is purely a control thing for other mental fucked up things about me and I'm very rational about food and weight without it consuming my life.

And yes of course! I'm 23 years old, 5'2 or 158 cm, 81 pounds at the moment, 36.75 kg. So that's a BMI of 14.72. I've maintained a weight of 80-85 pounds for several years now and I don't intend on ever changing that. It grounds my sense of self-identity and self-worth.

I am aware of how many calories are in the things I consume, but I don't obsess over them. I do, however, pay strict attention to how much protein I eat each day and I make sure to stay on top of my multivitamin, biotin, and calcium supplements. My priority is to keep in relative good health (no real health problems yet thanks to my diligence) while staying in my 80-85 pound weight range for my own sanity.

Let's see... Every single day, I eat at least two Chobani Greek yoghurts. Currently, I hoarded the coconut flavor. So that's 150 calories and 12g protein each. That brings my absolute minimum total to 300 calories and 24g protein. But I require myself to eat 36g protein daily. So I make a sandwich! I include mustard and spinach too, but they have negligible calories and grams of protein so I didn't include them.

Sandwich: 291 calories, 20g protein

1 slice bread: 120 calories, 5g protein

35g sliced turkey: 31 calories, 5g protein

2 slices provolone cheese: 140 calories, 10g protein

And honestly, that's how the past several weeks have been for me. Two yoghurts and my sandwich, plus my multivitamin, biotin, and calcium. I also drink at least half a gallon of plain green tea every single day. I have since sixth grade. No milk, no sugar. Just the standard daily sencha I grew up with. On occasion, I drink Coke Zero. But nothing else.

So my total calories and protein each day comes out to 591 calories, 44g protein. I don't really eat anything else at all.

I don't get hungry honestly. I think the last time I was hungry was months ago. Somehow, I don't feel hunger impulses. But I force myself to eat my yoghurts and sandwich to make sure I get my protein and avoid health problems. I don't eat at mealtimes at all. I don't have a set time to eat whatsoever. In fact, it's 4:30 AM here and I ate my sandwich at 1 PM yesterday and my yoghurts at 2 AM not too long ago. My eating is really unscheduled. And I don't plan out what to eat either, not really. I have my routine of my yoghurts and sandwich down, and I don't plan anything else. If anything, I plan what foods I will buy and eat to keep my weight up. I feel guilty for spending money on food and I research a lot into how many calories I can buy for as little money as possible. When I see I hit 79 pounds, I make a conscious effort that day to buy food to regain at least a pound. I have planned and budged for buying all sorts of food, but it's still hard for me because of the guilt of spending money and not being able to eat so much in a short time. My disordered thoughts about food isn't about weight loss but more about self-worth haha.

I do try and snack when I'm not hungry, but again, I'm not compelled to lose more weight. I want to stay in my safety zone of 80-85 pounds. And I hit 79 pounds pretty often, so I try really hard to go back up to where I want to be. I find it difficult to snack though because I get full very quickly and I feel a bit ill when I push myself and eat too much. So I end up rarely snacking, even when I should.

I don't have any off limit foods. I don't fear food and I don't get panic attacks over food or anything. I do, however, dislike foods like anyone does haha. I hate mayonnaise. I dislike sugary foods in general. I'm also paranoid about the health of my teeth and gums, so I avoid soda almost entirely. I'll gladly take diet soda!

My food preferences just tend to line up with foods that are lower calorie. As a kid, I always liked sour candies you see and I strongly disliked sugary candies like chocolate. So that meant that I would snack as a child on candies with very little fat and thus fewer calories. I generally disliked eating starches too. I ate much more meat and fish than rice and noodles, much to my parents' amusement. So that meant that I was probably in a mild state of ketosis, which meant less hunger signals, so I ate less in general. I never grew up on juice or soda. I was and am a tea drinker with no sugar or milk added, so that's zero calories too. And deep fried food was a rare occasion, maybe once a month? We usually ate homecooked meals, using little oil in the pan too. It shocks me how much oil people use on cooking shows. It's so fascinating looking back and seeing how all these preferences ended up to keeping a caloric deficit from day to day. I didn't realize it at the time of course.

In fact, in high school, I once had an argument with a classmate that I was naturally thin because of my genetics LOL. I even said I couldn't gain weight and if I tried to eat more, I'd lose more weight. I cringe at myself, ugh. I didn't know any better. I only learned about calories in college. The thing is, most people don't know how calories work or how weight is something people have absolute control over. They don't see food as calories, just things that taste good. And for some people like me, the things that taste good happen to have less calories so even though we think we can't gain weight, it's just that our habits make it so we don't gain weight.

Back then, I would eat two pounds of fish and chips my dad would fry and probably have like a 2000 calorie intake for that day. But my sedentary TDEE was 1200 calories, so my caloric surplus was only 800 calories. And eating 1000 calories each day, within four days, I would've lost all the weight I would've gained from that massive caloric intake day, so I was never higher than a BMI 16 even when I had no idea what on earth I was doing.

Nowadays, I use calories to exercise control over my life and I assure you that the law of 3500 calories equalling one pound of real weight, either lost or gained, is absolutely right. In fact, that's why I'm able to manage my anxiety over special events with lots of food. I know that within a week, I will have lost any weight I gained from a wedding or whatnot, even if I don't know the calories in the filet mignon with butter sauce. I know for a fact that even if what I ate was 4000 calories, within a week, I'll be back where I started. That logic of calories brings me so much peace and mental stability despite everything else wrong in my head. :D

u/qpid · 26 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

Try some miracle fruit, mberry Miracle Fruit Tablets, 10-Count

Makes lemons taste like the sweetest things in the world and other odd situations.

u/kurihara · 21 pointsr/todayilearned

Here's the kind that I bought, there's a lot of brands but this one seemed to have the best reviews. Not too pricey, and it was a fun experience, I'd recommend it at least once. Just get a potluck going with a group of friends!

Edit: Make sure to try wasabi. It tastes like ice cream, it was my favorite of all the things I tried.

u/partyonmybloc · 18 pointsr/funny

That's the way I was about the flavor-changing berries on Amazon that someone linked once. I still consider it every now and then though.

Edit: Here's a link.

u/being_no_0ne · 17 pointsr/todayilearned

I feel like a shill for sharing this link again. But I get pretty bad anxiety at times too. I started taking this and it's like taking a weight off my shoulders. It's slowly but surely getting better. Combined with meditating this has been a godsend.

u/wellwasherelf · 17 pointsr/funny

What toothpaste do you use, specifically? Toothpaste with SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) is what causes the reaction. SLS is used as a foaming agent in a bunch of stuff (toothpaste, shampoo, etc.) and it suppresses your sweet taste buds. Kind of like those "miracle fruit tablets" which basically have the opposite effect.

u/RunnyC · 15 pointsr/Fitness

Source Natural: Life Force Multiple has a very good review from herman_gill over at /r/supplements. I've been taking it now for a couple of weeks and definitely notice more energy.

I bought it from Amazon, but I didn't really shop around.

Here is a link to a study and comparison of many different multivitamins. The real info starts on page four.

u/gfxlonghorn · 14 pointsr/AskReddit

I just gave these a try, they are pretty cool:
miracle berries

u/greysplash · 14 pointsr/videos

As others have posted, tablet forms of these are available on Amazon

I've actually thrown "Miracle Berry" parties several times and it's a lot of fun! Just walk around a grocery store and try to think of everything that tastes sour and buy it! Some tips from my experiences... Each tablet will last you about 15-60 minutes (generally about 30 before effects diminish), not ALL the sourness goes away (lemons do not taste like pure sugar), thoroughly dissolve the tablet in your mouth (3-5 minutes) and then wait a couple more for the full effect, and lastly, bitterness is NOT the same as sourness. Eating the lemon peel will still be incredibly bitter.

Lemons/limes: Taste like the best lemonade/limeade ever

Pineapple: Incredibly delicious, but almost TOO sweet for some people

Oranges/orange juice: Really depends on the kind, but can substantially change the flavor

Hot Sauce: Vinegar almost tastes sugary, so it is both sweet and spicy

Pickled items: Again, vinegar becomes rather sweet

Cheese: Some cheeses taste like "dessert" cheese, especially sharp cheeses, cream cheese, cottage cheese, and goat cheese. Some people don't seem to be as effected by the cheeses as other though.

Beer/Wine: Not as profound as citrus, but definitely changes the flavor profile

Random note of caution: You'll end up wanting to eat a TON of citrus foods. This will give you an upset stomach if you don't moderate.

u/crossfitchick16 · 14 pointsr/beyondthebump

Yes!! My LO has to supplement with multi + iron, and we LOVE Novaferrum’s multivitamin! She happily takes her dose every night. So much better than the Zarbees that we tried first.

u/Kinkajou1015 · 13 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

There sorta is. Miracle Berries and by extension Miracle Berry Tablets.

It's not permanent and wears off anywhere from 30-90 minutes in my experiences, but it really does make things taste completely different. It's fun if you are a foodie. I could see it being a potential thing really picky eaters may need to get them to eat more foods and not stick with certain unhealthy options.

u/SmaltedFig · 13 pointsr/Drugs

We had some of those flavor pills that changed acidic foods to tasting sweet (made lemons delicious). That's worth looking into

u/RabidNarcissist · 13 pointsr/Cooking

I have only had the tablets (Amazon link) and they do what they say, it was quite interesting to eat a straight lemon that tasted sweet.

u/flyingbaconspoon · 12 pointsr/leaves

The best hangover cure is hangover prevention. So if being hungover tempts you to smoke do everything you can to avoid hangovers. I myself get terrible terrible hangovers. Before bed i usually throw up all the alcohol in my system(on purpose, i want that toxic poison out of my body). I Take an optimen multivitamin or 2 before bed and drink at least 2 water bottles. I chug it like its beer. Hangovers are cause from dehydration, and you have to prevent that before the problem occurs.

Some people swear by Pedialyte. They say its like gatorade on steroids. Its starting to get around colleges now as "the" hangover cure. I have not tried it yet so I can't knock it but have friends that use it.

Just a couple of quick tips to prevent hangovers so you don't get the urge to smoke. :)

u/heymikeyp · 11 pointsr/Fitness

Very cheap forms of vitamins that are very poorly absorbed by the body. Don't feel to bad though, Optimen was my first multi and I took it for a year when I was younger without realizing it was shit. It's on par with the shit multis they sell at walmart basically. Fear not for I know of very good multis for basically the same price. But depending on your activity life.

For an overall very good (one of the best you can get actually) multi, that's very balanced with superior forms of each vitamin, source naturals life force is the best bang for you buck, basically the same price as Optimen.

If you're a hardcore lifter, and/or you experience discomforts in joints or recovery, controlled labs Orange Triad is the best in this aspect because it also has very good forms of vitamins, BUT, it includes a joint/flex complex in it that would cost 45$ alone by itself at a CVS. And you get a 45 day supply for 28$, basically like a few dollars more then optimen or source naturals. I'm taking it right now and have for the past 3-4 years. I haven't experienced any joint pain during this time, amazing multi I would say.

Now Foods Adam Multi is also pretty damn good for the price if you want something cheaper then all of those.

If you have any other questions of supplements you take or concerns just let me know. I've studied supplements and other nutrition info for years now.

u/NaturalZestyEnt · 11 pointsr/sex

Miracle Fruit!
Changes your sense of taste so that bitter and sour things taste sweet. Effect lasts for up to 2 hours.

u/GorakKnight · 11 pointsr/videos

That's called miracle fruit, it's pretty fun to try at least once.

I got these tablets from Amazon, if anyone wants to try them.

u/DevastatorIIC · 10 pointsr/Supplements

Source Naturals Life Force seem to be popular. That's what I take.

u/Randumbthawts · 10 pointsr/AskWomen

Miracle berry tablets.

Messes with your tastebuds so sour tastes sweet. Plain lemons taste like lemon candy. Fun with other sour or rart stuff. Pickles, sauerkraut, cranberries.

u/fastestpooper · 10 pointsr/beer

I did a beer education just the other day - so a little different than your regular beer dinner - and did something new with it I called "Sniff School 101" that would be interesting to integrate into a dinner. We were tasting 3 beers: a lager, IPA and a wheat - before we drank the beers I wanted to give everyone a baseline of the flavors I was going to be talking about. So I had set up a cups filled with ingredients in the beers: lemon zest, grapefruit zest, malt extract, hops, clove, etc with cotton balls on top so they had to rely on their nose only. Then they all smelled then blind to 'calibrate' their palates to the flavors I was about to talk about. It was a great value add depending on the baseline craft knowledge of the people you are doing it with. Could also use jelly beans.

Regarding your beer dinner - at the end, pair a tart dessert with an IPA and a dose of Miracle Berry - that will blow their minds:

I always feel once you get past $75 bucks you should have some phenomenal beers. Its more about quality over quantity and I would cap it at 6 courses. Also saw a beer dinner that ended with a Utopias Cigar after dessert, which was cool. Good luck.

Source: work for a craft brewery

u/armlocks101 · 10 pointsr/fasting

No problem and you’re welcome.

Yeah I think it’s super important to get a quality multivitamin. I prefer one made from whole foods. Not the store just literally whole foods. It does cost more but you get what you pay for. I use this one:

Naturelo Whole Foods Multivitamin For Men

You can supplement electrolytes with easier stuff check out snake juice. It’s simple.

u/verbal_diarrhea_guy · 9 pointsr/Fitness

I take these. Not sure if it's the best one, but I think it's getting the job done.

u/5thcrow · 9 pointsr/WatchPeopleDieInside

They're called miracle berries, or miracle fruit.

u/KnottyMasokiss · 9 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

All good, helpful advice. I'm going the easy route and going to suggest Miracle Fruit tablets.

They change how things taste to your taste buds temporarily! I've had multiple friends try them and say they're definitely worth the few bucks for them. They're on my list as well, mwahaha.

u/[deleted] · 8 pointsr/Supplements

My psychiatrist has me taking this supplement for anxiety which has a lot of different things in it to help:

I know it's called Mood Boost, but the contents are actually good for both depression and anxiety so you're covered.

Another possibility is lavender. There are two different types of clinically tested lavender supplements. They are

Calm Aid (also suggested by a psychiatrist):


I also agree with another poster about meditation. There's a wonderful app for that which is simply called "Calm".

There's also a good app and website for counseling where you simply pay for unlimited messaging with a counselor. I have found it quite effective. It's called "talkspace".

Good luck!

u/derision · 7 pointsr/Supplements

Here, I can save you some money.

NOW Ultra Omega 3 Fish Oil 360 caps $40.50

u/abcdezyxwv · 7 pointsr/Fitness
u/Mange-Tout · 7 pointsr/Cooking

Cooking for twelve. The menu is roast goose with orange sauce, pureed spiced parsnips, broccoli sautéed with miniature sweet peppers and onions, baby green salad with palm hearts and a balsamic vinaigrette. There will be ginger cookies for dessert, followed by a special Christmas surprise of various sour fruits and these miracle fruit tablets.

If you've never had miracle fruit, you should try it. The results are truly crazy and fun.

u/ComfortablyNumber · 6 pointsr/sex

Miracle Berries

They do work. Let them dissolve on your tongue for a minute or two and try stuff. Generally sour foods will give you the most effect turning them somewhat sweet. A cup of white vinegar tastes like Apple juice. Straight lemons taste like lemonade. Though there is a distinct "artificial" sweetener taste.

Note that you probably will get sick the first time - not from the tablet, but from the ridiculous stuff you will eat and think tastes good. And be careful with alcohol. Tequila tastes good, but it doesn't mean you should drink it like juice.

u/Vitamin_D_Bol · 5 pointsr/Supplements

Meal frequency does not matter. If he wants to eat one or two meals a day, that is okay. What matters is that he is getting enough nutrients(vitamins, minerals, protein, calories) When the body does not get enough food, it slows down the metabolism. Go to the doctor ask for blood work for testosterone/thyroid/Vitamin D. At his age, either could be suboptimal for his health. Getting a sluggish thyroid optimized will make a huge difference in energy levels, same as testosterone. Optimally, you would want his testosterone over 700 ng/dl and his TSH(thyroid stimulating hormone) under <3. If you get his blood work and let me see it, i will tell you what i think. He needs to incorporate more animal protein into his diet. Amino acids found in food are essential for every single process in your body. Neurotransimitters like dopamine and serotonin(happy hormones) need amino acids to function properly. People underestimate the importance of dietary protein.

These are the two multivitamins i recommend because they contain the best, most bioavailable forms of vitamins and minerals. They are not expensive and are of really good quality. It is possible that your husband's multivitamin switched it's formulation to an inferior product. You can try these, but get that blood work done. It is very important, low testosterone and hypothyroidism will deteriorate his health as he ages. :

u/nimr0d · 5 pointsr/Supplements

I use that. It says to take 4-6 per day, i take 2. If your diet is in check whatever you buy, take 1/2 of what they recommend and save some $$.

u/entology · 5 pointsr/wallstreetbets

tl;dr is they make things taste different. One of the biggest changes is sour stuff tastes sweet (citrus, vinegar, etc.)

Wiki, you can get them on Amazon

u/Laserdollarz · 5 pointsr/standupshots

Unrelated but the one time I took acid I found miracle berry pills I had stashed away.

I spent the next 10min drinking lemon juice and the 10min afterwards vomiting. It was an experience.

u/TimeFourChanges · 4 pointsr/ptsd

This one is what I take regularly, and like a lot:

In addition to the theanine, it has a number of other good supplements, including magnesium, which is great and many people are lacking it in their diets.

u/Carmack · 4 pointsr/nutrition

Beans and rice can sustain you for a long time. Add a multivitamin and an avocado and you have a nutritionally complete diet for between $4-$7 a day.

u/Ben_Yankin · 4 pointsr/trees

Agreed. Spend this time dry to plan out an awesome night to get to know her. Maybe invite a few of your close frients, smoke quite a bit and then flavor trip. Always leads to a memorable night. :)

u/BlueKnight8907 · 4 pointsr/soccer

Is there a spending limit or how much are you willing to spend?

Get her some miracle berry tablets and some sour or spicy foods like lemons, peppers, and pickles. It's supposed to make everything taste sweet.

u/Malkiero · 3 pointsr/Supplements

Rainbow Light Men's One

You can go to Lab Door and compare multivitamins as another redditor posted, but I will say that after trying several brands, this one has been pretty rad in terms of value & quality. IMO

u/CharlesP2009 · 3 pointsr/Hypothyroidism

I've gotta pack in the vitamins to avoid achy muscles and joints. And the more I avoid sugary and salty foods the better I feel. I feel best when I'm eating vegan with lots of veggies and fruit and drinking just water. It's definitely hard to maintain though!

u/hypnotiq · 3 pointsr/Fitness
  • Multi: Natural Force recommended by Herman_gill(sp?), I take one a day
  • Fish oil: I take NOW ultra which as 500 EPA / 250 DHA. It's more expensive than other brands, but has more EPA/DHA than any other brand I've seen. I get it from
u/vanillarain · 3 pointsr/Supplements

Source Naturals Life Force

u/plasticinplastic · 3 pointsr/vegan

I had looked at this brand too but I think their vitamin d is made from sheep:

Not gummy but my kids like these:

u/drogean2 · 3 pointsr/Supplements

be CAREFUL about taking any magnesium oxide, its the cheapest form of magnesium and the least absorbable - meaning it's basically a laxative and will give you liquid diarrhea REALLY easy

you really want the stuff that ends with -ATE , doesnt have the side effects

as far as multivitamin, you may want to switch to something with join suporrt like this stuff which is praised highly in the body building community. I take half the daily dose since i'm not an athlete.

on the same note i've heard nothing but good things about Cissus for join pain.

Another thing people say helps is circumin/tumeric, available in caps but you can just get a bunch of the indian spice at a grocery story if they have it

u/Philosopizer · 3 pointsr/Fitness

Pretty good reviews

u/bretttwarwick · 3 pointsr/shield

Just need to use a Miracle Berry tablet first.

u/Not_A_Creative_Color · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Miracle Berries!

Happy cake-day to you sir and I wish you the very best!

Btw, /u/Rathkeaux is awesome!

u/redditor1255 · 3 pointsr/fatlogic

There are evolutionary reasons why children are averse to bitter foods, the most important of which is avoiding poisonous plants. sauce

As a person becomes an adult, they are supposed to lose this sensitivity. He might have retained the sensitivity due to biological or psychological phenomenae.

Whether this is biological or psychological is irrelevant, he must eat plants.

He can use miracle fruit tablets to counteract the effect that bitter flavors have on him.

He should also search out ketogenic recipes, such as those found in /r/keto, as these are healthy foods which are light on vegetables.

u/shadesofblue62 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Miracle berries, haven't had it before, but it sounds amazing, apparently it's a fruit that if you eat it, for the next hour or so, anything sour you eat will taste sweet, and anything sweet will taste sweeter.

u/mlloyd67 · 3 pointsr/gifs

Try taking a Miracle Berry tablet before eating strawberries. It makes every strawberry taste sweet.

Heck, they make lemon juice taste like sweet lemonade. And you don't need a whole tablet, you can split one in half and share.

u/4zen · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

Get them from Amazon.

I found they worked really well with sour and sweet things like lemons, but not so well with savory foods. I was able to eat a whole lemon and it tasted like sweet lemonade.

They don't last very long. I'd say maybe 30 minutes.

Edit: Here's the link on Amazon

u/perpetualsaltfish · 3 pointsr/casualiama
u/imonlyaman · 3 pointsr/cringe

or mBerry that does the exact opposite!

u/mmmberry · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

Not surprisingly, I got a bunch of pictures of pies, desserts, and berries. I also got this, which made me google the product (maybe it is just a graphic design student's project) and found it is totally real: mberry.

I've heard of these and feel like this is a sign. I need to have a Miracle Berry potluck party!

u/cieldarko · 3 pointsr/soccer
u/jayseesee85 · 3 pointsr/biology

I do not even want to know.

That being said, something like Miracle Fruit tablets may help. Never tried them, so I do not know. Here is one such item on Amazon.

u/wlozier02 · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

They're from another thread I saw. They're called miracle berries and they make sour things like lemons taste sweet after you eat them.

u/william44isme · 3 pointsr/Lightbulb
u/crapemail · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions
u/churro89 · 3 pointsr/sex

My friend suggested these:

I say it's more of a workaround than a solution.

u/garage_cleaner · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gift two: I have been curious about miracle fruit for ages but could never justify it! C'mon...gimme , you magnificent so and sos.

u/Elliedee1 · 3 pointsr/benzorecovery

These lavender pills are research based and I shit you not- they are MORE effective at managing my anxiety then benzos .

I am not into hippy dippy shit - my brother and I were both addicted to high amounts of kpin and Xanax for years. THIS is what helped free us both.

It is WORTH the price and I take at least 2/day.
I have not met anyone who has not benefitted from this. Is is amazing at managing anxiety , ptsd, depression, benzo wd, the works.

Check this out: Integrative Therapeutics - Lavela WS 1265 - Clinically Studied L...

Beyond that, managing the physical symptoms such as racing heart palpitations and temp disregulation , clonidine at night was helpful (the blood pressure med) and beta blockers can be helpful.

Eating a low carb diet high in protein can be helpful,

Mag supplements like natural calm were super helpful.

My night time routine was :

Big dose of natural calm + trace mineral drops.
3 lavender pills
1 clonidine

Big cup of “yogi lavender stress release”.

And my favorite cbd : nuleaf cbd - I have tried every single cbd available in Oregon and this is THE stuff that works for me and benzo WD.
Also helps with my seizures and I was a huge skeptic .

u/screaming__argonaut · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

My kid is almost two and his dose is only one mL so I'm assuming a six month old's should be smaller. I mix it with his milk and he drinks it without complaint.

ETA: in general you should not mix iron with milk, see comments below.

u/Modafinabler · 3 pointsr/running

If you do go the low carb route I'd highly recommend KetoCaNa for long runs. I've done 18 hour fasts and done 90 minute hard interval sessions before using this.

Also UCAN can be really useful for races/long runs too. I would definitely test this out though because it can cause GI distress if you overdo it/aren't used to it.

I would say that for most of your easy runs, you could be Keto and do well. I personally prefer a more cyclic ketogenic approach where I do carb re-feeds post workout.

When you increase volume, frequency, and especially intensity most people are going to perform better on a higher CHO intake. If you're never running more than once a day though, and most of your runs are easy you might be able to do keto all the time.

u/IGaveHerThe · 3 pointsr/fasting

Check out this podcast - skip to 49:18 - it's a VERY long podcast.

How to accelerate the induction of ketone projection through use of exogenous ketones[49:18]

One exogenous ketone product he uses is this.

Taking sodium/drinking broth is also highly recommended. Drink a lot of water.

tl;d listen: when you (water) fast, you switch over from a glucose metabolism to a ketogenic (fat-burning) metabolism. Your brain starts to 'starve' as you run out of glucose (sugar) to burn and switch over to ketones (fat). If you take an exogenous ketone supplement, you can bridge that gap - your brain just fuels off the ketones as the rest of your body ramps up the ketone production. This will make the entry into the fast much easier, as your brain will never go into the 'starvation' state.

Other than that, fasting for 10 days is safe, if a bit uncomfortable.

u/Battleofthebogs · 3 pointsr/nutrition

Sure. Nautrelo Whole Food Multivitamin: link

Choline Supplement because choline is often lacking in people due to not enough egg consumption.

While the multivitamin is expensive, the vitamins are not synthetic for the most part, and have decent potency.

u/AmericanMuskrat · 3 pointsr/CAchores

It's kind of pricey but I want this Naturelo vitamin. It supposedly has better forms of vitamins than what you typically get from a multivitamin.

u/dreiter · 3 pointsr/Supplements

Your risk increase from a multi containing near the RDA of A and E will be essentially zero. Naturelo comes to mind as it has only 1mg carotene and 22 mg E. The studies showing increased risk from carotene supplements were using 20-30 mg while the vitamin E research indicates potential benefits at 50 mg/day and risks at >215 mg/day. If you take your multi with food (i.e. simulating ingestion of the nutrients in a food matrix as you would find in nature) then I don't see any cause for concern.

u/mtAnalogue · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I really like these RainbowLight Men's One. They are food based, have added men's health stuff/probiotics, and are pretty cheap.

u/PJLFit · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I got these and never looked back. 5 month supply, $24.50. #4 on labdoor. Only need to take 1 per day as well.

u/wavyblade · 2 pointsr/Supplements

this is [my Multi] ( i think some of them are pretty good, despite what you hear alot in this sub. of course none are "complete," point in fact i take an additional magnesium.

u/mr_bacon_pants · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Like everyone says, multivitamins aren't necessary, but they probably won't hurt if you wanted to cover your bases.

Rainbow light is a good value, $20 for a 6 month supply.

A lot of people also like orange triad but it's quite a bit more expensive.

u/BulkingKitchen · 2 pointsr/gainit

From a pill supplement form, there are really only a few "vitamins" that I would suggest. This is a quick list:


  • Men's Multi Vitamin ( Rainbow Light) - Basic maintenance
  • ZMA (Optimum Nutrition) - Taken before bed on empty stomach for sleep and recovery
  • Fish / Krill Oil (Viva Fish Oil)


    If you eat plenty of macro-nutrient dense whole foods, you should not have to take any more pills than this.
u/phobs · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I was curious so I dug up the link.

Thats their general mutlivitamin. They have three pages of variations. It has a lot of B vitamins so its no surprise people are noticing a difference.

u/kayleepop · 2 pointsr/TransDIY

I take this everyday with food

I also take a Vitamin D/Calcium supplement for hip growth and a B complex 2x a day to counteract the B12 deficiency caused by cyproterone acetate.

IMO it's better to be safe than sorry, because the body is much better at dealing with too much of something than not enough. (but pay attention to the maximum recommended daily allowances)

Make sure you take them with food though, because that usually increases bio-availability.

u/taytermuffin · 2 pointsr/Anxiety

You can buy it at health food stores but it's WAY cheaper on Amazon so that's where I buy it. It was recommended by a naturopathic MD when I went to see her about my tonsils having insane swelling. The chest pain stopping was a totally random side effect of starting the vitamins but I'm so glad I did.

The pills are kind of big and they basically smell like hay, but if you can't swallow them you can always dissolve them in something or blend them into a smoothie. I discovered that after I had my tonsils taken out.

Here's the one I take - they also sell men's, prenatal, and senior vitamins. I got my mom on the senior one and she feels way better.

u/Acid_Affairs · 2 pointsr/Supplements

From what I can tell the supplements don't seem that bad. However, at least for the animal m-stack and gnc beyond raw re-forge they contain a lot of ingredients which can mess up with calculated desired results when taken together.

Are you taking a high-quality multivitamin? The only supplement your taking that is providing any essential nutritional value is that gnc beyond raw re-forge. From these supplements alone you are still lacking essential minerals like calcium. And even if you do take a good multivitamin you will still lack the recommended dietary allowance of calcium, magnesium, or even iron if you are not eating enough meat. It depends on your diet and what kinds of food you eat. If you want to supplement I'd suggest Calcium Citrate/Malatate, and Magnesium Glycinate. If you want these nutrients from food instead I'd suggest Greek Yogurt.

I would add some more supplements to complete the stacks:

Early morning and/or late afternoon stack:

the animal-mstack: one pak every day for 21 consecutive days and 7 day rest. So, three weeks on, one week off.

usplabs compound 20: 2 capsules with breakfast and 2 capsules 6-8 hours later with meal or snack. For best results, take one of the doses 30-60 minutes prior to workout.

gnc multivitamin sport or source naturals life force multiple

When building muscle it is very important for your body to rest so that muscle tissue and other parts can repair and build upon itself. The most rest you get the whole day is when you sleep. The more high-quality sleep you get the more effectively your body can repair itself and grow (e.g. growth hormone secretion).

Before bed time stack:

gnc beyond raw re-forge: one pack prior to bedtime

source natural theanine serene with relora

source natural calcium citrate/malatate

u/narcoticfx · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Fuck. That's lots of pills. I take Source Naturals Life Force for that reason. Only two pills a day and I'm done.

u/And_Gainz_for_All · 2 pointsr/Fitness
u/kingssman · 2 pointsr/keto

to follow up on multivitamin, I enjoy taking Life Force Multiple. A bit big, but it's herbal and easy to grind up. has tons of stuff in it and makes your pee neon yellow. They are a little short on the magnesium side, so I would recommend getting a low dosage cheap magnesium.

u/onetwo4 · 2 pointsr/leangains


kinda expensive but well worth it in my opinion. I honestly haven't been sick since I started taking multi regularly. You may not need everything in a multivitamin because of your food but small deficiencies will cause your immune system to dip at times putting you at risk for getting sick.

u/AndreDaGiant · 2 pointsr/swegan

Oj! Såg att en annan variant av receptet hade ett veganskt vitaminpiller som bidrog med allt förutom sulfur.

Vet någon om man kan få tag på det billigare genom att köpa ifrån Sverige, eller om det finns liknande produkter man kan köpa från apotek? Blir nog lite dyrare än nödvändigt att köpa ifrån amazon.

u/FUS_ROALD_DAHL · 2 pointsr/ketogains

I take two of these a day, one with lunch and one before bed. Also these multivitamins, no potassium in there but they do have magnesium.

u/ns44chan · 2 pointsr/nutrition
  • Precooked quinoa seasoned with dried peppers + chicken stock/lemon juice (is eaten at room temperature)

  • Almonds/pistachio/macadamia/brazil nuts + hemp seed

  • Canned Tuna/Chicken and Dried Beef/Bison/Lamb/Camel/Salmon and Sausage/genoa/prosciotto

  • Broccoli lasts forever, cauliflower, carrots, hummus, beans, avocado

  • Jams/Preserves/Chutney/Conserve/Fruit Butter/Marmalade and Dried Fruit

  • Peanut Butter/Almond Butter/Nutella

  • Oats

  • Olive Oil

    Many of these are all things which should last in warm weather. I added olive oil, because if you are able to drink it, 4oz has 1000 calories. You could replace fresh fruit with my Preserves/Marmalade category, or the dried variety. Instead of bread, coat the Peanutbutter/nutella onto granola bars.

    You can make home-made granola and granola bars with TONS of great stuff, then everything is mixed into one bar/bag. Get creative:

  • maple syrup, honey, agave, rice sugar, brown sugar, wheat germ, wheat bran, oat bran, flax meal, whole and powdered nuts (walnut, cashew, pecan, pine, almonds, pistachio, macadamia, brazil), seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, hemp, sesame, flax), dried fruit (pineapple, papaya, apricot, mango, apple, kiwi, guava, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, boysenberry, cranberry, blueberry infused cranberry, raisin, golden raisin, figs, cherries), cereal (rice crispies, crushed mini wheats), coconut, chocolate, cinnamon, ancho chili pepper, salt, vanilla, butter, peanut butter, nutella, coconut butter, milk, water.

    I would take one of these (bone+multivitamin) morning and night (daily "dose" is four pills, so you would still only be taking half what they want you to) if you are worried about getting vitamins and minerals.






    A brain one may make you feel better too. I would bring the supplements in case you go through the fruit faster than you plan.


u/itsme_timd · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

These were highly recommended to me by a bodybuilder friend and quite affordable. I take them every day.

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men Multivitamins

u/glassjester · 2 pointsr/funny

> Felt like revenge for being born during my second birthday tbh.

That'll teach him!

Also, check out miracle berry on Amazon.

We tried lemon juice, tomatoes, lettuce, salsa - and we were drinking Devil's Springs (180 proof) vodka. Everything tasted amazing. Especially the salsa. The effect lasted probably an hour or so.

u/cwf82 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Woo! Funtime!

OK...I'm thinking about something with a horse, magic pills, and a yodeling pickle.

On second thought...let's just go with drawing stuff, cuz art is awesome!

u/cembury · 2 pointsr/shrooms

mberry Is a product that is supposed to make things taste sweet.

u/SystemFolder · 2 pointsr/Coffee

Like others have said, it's the meds. If you don't want to change your meds, but want something you can take that might make coffee taste less bitter, you could try this. Just follow the directions.

u/Variablemania · 2 pointsr/RandomActsOfGaming

Mix up how your taste buds taste as if they were a rubix cube with Miracle Fruit tablets. I myself haven't tried them but other people say they're a fun time.

u/micha111 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Are you ready for my dream/comfort meal? If not, stop reading, once you start I'm not sure you can unsee the tastiness.

Appetizer: cold beer. Meal: Rice, beans, steak, collared greens and other green veggies, fresh salad, some crispy toppings like cucumbers/onions/tomatoes. Mango/fruit mousse for dessert (surprisingly easy to make a cheat version by doing equal parts prepared jello liquid and ice cream and freezing it into a yummy mousse). And a super strong espresso or more beer for after dinner..

Welcome to South America! :)

Edit these! Speaking of food, Miracle Berries are supposed to be hilariously amazing. Eating a lemon and having it taste like lemonade? Yes please.

u/BlueGreyish · 2 pointsr/bayarea

You can get 'em on Amazon, here or here. Not too sure about in-store though, so sorry if that's what you were looking for them immediately.

u/abd1tus · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Not that you need 8kg for this, but as long as you are looking for uses, invite some people over and try some with miracle fruit.

u/SunnyJapan · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Try miracle berries:
They make anything taste sweet.

u/GrandmaCrickity · 2 pointsr/tesdcares

Definitely gotta give Walt some of those Miracle fruit tablets that turn sour things sweet.

u/adriennealex · 2 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

What everyone else said, but also maybe you could see what happens if you try miracle berries.

u/mackenhard · 2 pointsr/santashelpers

Etsy has really pretty jewelry! A few of my favorites I've seen lately (or ones I've purchased as gifts for friends/family) fave 1, fave 2, fave 3

You said she has a ton of scarves, does she have something more like a cowl? They seem to be super popular lately, and sometimes scarves just don't give you the warmth you want like a cowl does. Here's a cool lookin' one.

Does she have cuddl duds? I have like three pairs and they are the most amazing thing ever. I live in the midwest and pretty sure these are the reason I still have all my limbs after 30+ mins of waiting at bus stops. My favorite is this kind, the 'flexfit' cuz it has a v-neck and has that loop for your thumbs - this would something she'd probably like to wear for running too maybe? They have matching legging/pants version as well.

Some other generic go-to's would be a perfume set from Sephora. The kind that comes with like 10 mini vials and then a voucher for a free full size of whichever you want from the set. Pretty sweet since you don't have to wonder what scent she'd like and even if she already has a fave perfume this gives her a chance to maybe find a new favorite.

This is kind of random, but have you heard of those fruit tablet things that change your taste buds? They sell them here and they're only like $14, I'm giving some as gifts in a gift basket with lemons/limes/grapefruit which from the reviews say they're the most fun to try.

Does she have any TOMS? That's always a great gift. Even in the winter they have different kinds that are more durable rather than the typical slip on TOMS.

A nicer necklace would be great too. My bf got me one from Swarovski for our one year and it was like...the best gift I've ever received. Some of their stuff is kitschy (hello kitty necklaces) but they really have some amazing pendants like this, this, and this.

Does she like reading? A nook could be cool! Or kindle fire, whatever they have out now.

These would be awesome! I've been wanting something like this forever. They were also featured on Shark Tank so that's kind of cool.

How uh...weird is she? This mug looks hilarious. But a more normal & cool looking one would be this!

Looking for mittens and she likes cats? Here ya go!

Wellllp that's all I can come up with right now, hopefully something helped!! :)

u/DoomAxe · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Here's a link to the berries if anyone is interested in purchasing some. A few of my coworkers had them and tried out a bunch of different foods. They said lemons and grapefruits tasted amazing. Strawberries were far too sweet with the berries though.

u/teaearlgraycold · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation, but it's a little cheaper on Amazon.

u/mindoc438 · 2 pointsr/alcohol

This is the kind of thing OP is talking about. There is also a straight-up plant version. It's just a novelty thing that has an effect on how you taste things for a small time.

u/061342 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This. All it does is turn sweet things bitter and bitter things sweet.

u/Kjell98 · 2 pointsr/cumsluts

Hey, just some advice, if you don't like the taste of him, I'd try using a miracle berry tablet like right before you start oral

They're hella expensive, like $15 for 10 tablets, but they make sour/tasteless things seem sweet!

Just mentioning this because I saw some of the titles in your vids and this gif

u/cran_duran · 2 pointsr/needadvice

It's not really that meaningful, but something fun + cheap...

They are available on Thinkgeek as well. I did this one year, you address the packet of tablets to "everyone", and then wrap a lemon and/or lime for each person. The tablets, when dissolved on your tongue, make sour things taste sweet, so you can have a mini taste party. It's pretty cool and yummy, it makes a fresh lemon taste like sweet lemonade. Again, not very meaningful, and people will go "huh?" when they open the lemon, but once they try it it can be fun and something cool to experience. Supposedly the tablets are also pretty good for anyone that might need to keep away from sugar, because they can make things taste sweet without adding any sweetener.

u/w2a3t4 · 2 pointsr/phikappapsi

We buy a bunch of these and cut up limes, lemons, oranges, and grapefruit, and buy tobasco sauce and vinegar. You take a miracle berry and rub it around your tongue until it dissolves; it inhibits the sour taste receptors and sour things taste sweet. You can literally take shots of vinegar. Makes grapefruit taste like candy. Pretty much always our most popular rush event.

u/CaspianX2 · 2 pointsr/AskMen
u/Chicken_Finger5 · 2 pointsr/food
u/nevets777 · 2 pointsr/videos

shout out to the miracle fruit he mentioned. tried it, loved it

u/Atheio · 2 pointsr/DMT

Just a note for people here talking about snorting harmalas or DMT should know its more comfortable in an acid form, diluted with coconut cream. Also if the bitterness is too much, the miracle berry can make acids taste sweet.

u/ajpatel011235 · 2 pointsr/vapeitforward
u/idrinkanything · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Amazon has them for $10

u/gang_related · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Here is the link to buy them on Amazon. Is this what you were looking for?

u/FirstmateJibbs · 2 pointsr/trees

A nice ass joint roller and ash tray.

I don't know if you're only asking for weed related things, but this 15 dollar led strip has kinda changed my life lol. It's adhesive and super vibrant, turns your whole room and every thing in it different colors. Great decoration piece as well as party piece. Just peel and stick on the wall right below where it meets the ceiling.

If you're trying to blow a little more cash you can get a laser projector. I have a really nice one and it's one of my favorite things that I own. Super beautiful & trippy. You can spend between 20 and hundreds of bucks on one. I wouldn't advise going much cheaper than the one I linked, because getting a multi pattern one is pretty crucial.

Another amazing thing is Miracle Berry Tablets. It is legitimately called flavor tripping. Makes sour things taste sweet. Makes sweet things taste amazing. Beer is good too. The best things to try are fruits by far. Be sure to have some different berries and such, fruit juice, and definitely some lemons and limes.

u/_henhenpal_ · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I don't care that the contest has ended, because I just wanted to share these awesome things with you! I mean, they're fun, they're sorta trippy, ANNND they make not-so-great healthy things taste good!

u/ViviElnora · 2 pointsr/childfree

I don't have an eating disorder and I am not a doctor, so I don't know if this is the right way to handle things, so you should check with your doctor or psychiatrist before doing most of this. I have, among other things, an anxiety disorder, and Bipolar NOS, so I am basing my advice on what I have learned about self care from those, and on recommendations that my grandfather was given to help with his heartburn. Also, if this is sound advice for ED, I'm sure you know all this, but often when I'm going through a rough patch, I need someone to tell me to do my self care stuff.

If you haven't already, go through your kitchen and get rid of or lock up most of your high calorie/low nutrition food and everything that is really acidic. Go shopping for foods that are nutrient rich and lower acid. Also, get something like Ensure or Boost, it will help both with nutrition and lowering the acidity in your stomach. Eat mostly fruits and vegetables (you don't have to be vegan, you can still have meat, just eat it in moderation), and make sure you are eating enough insoluble fiber (whole grains, carrots, apples with the peels, leafy green vegetables, etc.). Stay hydrated and chew thoroughly. Eating like this will help get your food through your stomach faster. Taking a walk after eating helps too. ^1

If you haven't already, talk to your psychiatrist about taking vitamins (including a D3 supplement, the farther from the equator you are, the less you get naturally), calcium, and a probiotic. My psychiatrist recommend I take prenatal vitamins (I'm sorry, I know this could be hard for you right now). She told me they really should be the standard woman's vitamins, because most women need the extra folic acid, regardless of their plans for children. As for what kind of multivitamin to take, I recommend the Vitafusion Prenatal Gummy Vitamins. They don't have iron, so they are easier on your stomach and don't interfere with the absorption of calcium. I also like Vitafusion's Calcium. I have found that taking a calcium supplement helps with my heartburn. A probiotic (I don't know why but every time I try to type probiotic, it changes to phobic) should help the rest of your digestive tract cope better. I like gummy supplements because they are their own reward for taking them (I think they taste like regular gummies), and because they are chewed up, they should be absorbed faster.

Add something fun to your morning routine, something you will look forward to doing. I love to read, so I make sure to have time to read while I'm eating my breakfast (but I have to be sure to set a timer or get to work early enough to eat there, otherwise I get too distracted and end up running late which makes me stressed for the whole day).

Make yourself do something to treat yourself everyday. Get your nails done, get a massage, buy a new book or shoes or a movie, take a bath, go for a walk, something that normally makes you feel good or you have been wanting to try for awhile. Just doing something you normally find pleasurable, even if you don't really feel like doing it right now, can help you feel better.

And remember, even though we don't know you in the real world, we care about you. ❤ You are one of us, someone who understands how hard it is to live in a parent centric society, and we want you to be happy.

^1 Unless you have a medical condition that affects your diet, you should be fine making these changes without talking to your doctor first.

u/tlr614 · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

Here's what I take:

Very high quality ingredients, highly absorbable. Softgel form too. (Most multivitamin tablets do not get fully absorbed). You probably won't find a better multi than this, especially not at that price.

u/morhope · 2 pointsr/PanicAttack

First of not a Doctor, but Ive been prescribed ativan along with my SSRI. I have been taking the SSRI daily and ativan when needed since August. I will say any benzo does has addictive qualities and i am a person who has an addictive personality. That being said i haven't abused it - have needed it to feel "normal" while i worked on my anxiety. I still use ativan once or twice a month however my doctor recommended lavender pills to try.

This being said don't feel ashamed or embarrassed if ativan helps - however know it can be addictive so its there now for you to learn to cope with anxiety and there for the oh no moments when coping doesn't seem like enough. Good luck on your road to recovery.

u/oppan_ganja_style · 2 pointsr/Drugs

If you really want to roll longer, I recommend possibly looking into sass (MDA). It's a bit more psychedelic and less empathetic than MDMA, but it has a noticeably longer roll as well. The trade-of is that it's supposedly more neurotoxic as well, but I doubt it's worse than redosing.

In regards to supplements, they're a must in my book. Not only do they help with the comedown (my worst comedowns were before I started using supplements and now they're almost non-existent with them), but they also improve your roll a lot as well. I personally swear by [Rave Aid] ( as it has most of the vitamins and such outlined in this guide.

u/rhynoacid · 2 pointsr/MDMA

RaveAid is a popular mdma supplementation brand. I haven’t used it myself but it apparently is good. Here is a link

u/numbers_game · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

If you are looking for a multivitamin, I highly recommend NovaFerrum. It has D & C and you can get it with or without iron. Bedt of all, no sugar! All three of my kids love it and come running when I bust it out. (If you do the iron version make sure you wipe the dropper and hold paper towel under their chin).

NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron Supplement for Infants and Toddlers 50 mL

u/micahhaley · 2 pointsr/ketogains

I normally only use them to smooth out the "keto flu" feelings when I'm entering ketosis. They do a great job of smoothing that out.

A biochemist friend recommended KetoCaNa. You can buy them on Amazon here:

Tastes like an orange pre-workout drink. I don't mind it at all.

u/DrEnter · 2 pointsr/ADHD

I don't mind. I'm male, late 40's, 220 lb (100 kg), 6'4" (193 cm). I was the fifth of six children, but the only one diagnosed or apparently symptomatic with ADHD. I am ADHD/Inattentive (without hyperactivity). Unusual for the time (the mid-80's), I was diagnosed post-adolescence. I took Ritalin for 6 years until I started to adapt to it and the dosage was getting pretty high, so then I switched to Adderall (early-90's), which I still take. I've been lucky with Adderall, as I've been able to maintain a fairly consistent dosage for 20+ years and have it maintain efficacy.

As for supplements, I currently take the aforementioned magnesium glycinate (1 tablet/200 mg in the evening), a multivitamin in the morning (this one), and about 4 grams of fiber throughout the day (almost no one gets enough soluble fiber). I take a potassium supplement (labeled as 500 mg, but delivers 100 mg), but only as needed when I'm getting leg muscle spasms. I also take a methylated vitamin B12 supplement every other morning or so, less for ADHD than because I have this genetic thing where I don't absorb vitamin B unless it's methylated. All my siblings have it as well, I'm told it's very common.

I used to take a tablespoon or so of flax seed oil every day. I go back and forth with that. That seems to work well for me for a few weeks, but then the effects seem to taper off. I probably need to play with how I take that, maybe do a better job of taking it with food or something. Honestly, I've never been able to get the pattern of that one correct.

The best suggestion I can give you is to pay attention to your mind and your body, and don't be afraid to try new things to find the things that work for you. be patient, not everything that helps will help right away. Get enough sleep (something I struggle greatly to do), and if you can, meditate a few minutes every day. I don't really find meditation relaxing, but I do find that it helps me clear my mind later in the day. Most of these kind of things (vitamins, meditation, etc.) don't lead to dramatic changes, but small improvements that help out a bit or just in one way.

u/JBobXXIV · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

i like these but like most multis it's lacking in magnesium and more vitD and Zinc wouldn't hurt either

u/WhereAreWeNowAnon · 1 pointr/UCSD

The most popular multivitamin on the market is this one. You don't need 500% daily value of Vitamin A or whatever Optimen does.

u/throwaway29384u92384 · 1 pointr/soylent

I use these:

You might be able to find them cheaper elsewhere. Looking at my Amazon history, I've gone through 10 bottles, and most were about $16.

For better absorption, I split them in half and take them 12 hours apart. An alternative would be using a multi that's already divided into 2 or 3 pills per day instead of just 1.

u/logoutyouidiot · 1 pointr/bodybuilding

Same exact situation here. It started when I started taking this multivitamin (still do):

u/thepirho · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

I think the memory improvement is from other stuff I am taking at night before I go to bed. The modafinil is strictly a caffeine replacement for me, which also helps me avoid sugar, in the energy drinks.


  • 100mg Modvigil Modafinil - modafinilcat - when I wake up, takes about 30 minutes for me to notice the effects
    These next two are for muscle health, taken in the morning with 32 ounces of water
  • 750mg Creatine Monohydrate by NOW Link:

  • 750mg Beta-Alanine by NOW Link: ( I like the way this makes my skin tingle )


  • 2000mg Now Foods Glycine 1000mg, Capsules, 100-Count by Now Foods Link: - helps me sleep and is supposed to help your body process stored fat cells, in other words it should help burn fat

  • 200mg Now Foods L-Theanine Veg Capsules, 200 mg, 120 Count by Now Foods Link: - helps with sleep, and calm clear thoughts

  • 100mg Douglas Laboratories ® - Chelated Magnesium - 100 Tabs by Douglas Labs Link: - apparently according to my dr, and chiro the modafinil can deplete magnesium from your system and cause sore muscle or bone aches, I take this to counter that and dont have that issue anymore with the modafinil

  • 1 Now Foods True Calm Amino Relaxer by NOW Link:

  • 1 500mg NOW Foods Choline and Inositol, 100 Capsules / 500mg by Now Foods Link:

  • 0.5 Rainbow Light Men's One Multivitamin by Rainbow Light Link: - I take a half at night otherwise I get an upset stomach and I feel like I am peeing it all out if I take the whole thing.

    If anyone could suggest changes or something I might add, I am welcome to suggestions. I mostly made this list for myself so I can see what I am taking each day.
u/natrahhh · 1 pointr/Testosterone

Intermittent fasting , Healthy fats with cholesterol ( a good thing , building block for all hormones ) Lift heavy but ALWAYS CONTROL THE WEIGHT DONT LET ITCONTROL YOU, relax , take a multivitamin , this is one of the best and very reasonably priced ( dont take 3 tablets, take 1/2 of one a day WITH FOOD, 1 full one on lift days, sleep well is also amazing for test, drink peppermint,. chamomile tea or relaxing teas before sleep to help get a deep sleep. This should do it man Youre welcome and good luck : )
edit Sweedish showers ( coins by james bond, similar to cold showers ) , and remember if you use the muscle, STRETCH IT AFTER, use it, stretch it alongside overall stretches. I did a video on this awhile back, hope it can help check it out
Edit TLDR, sweedish showers , strewtch / yoga : )
oh and multi vitamin link ( ranked third on labdoor AND has herbs and digestive stuff check it out
Msg me if you have questions, oh and get sun if you can . The sun is almighty

u/nmnenado · 1 pointr/loseit

i take a multi - before i started even losing any weight my doc recommended i try to find one with vitamin D and iron. i've taken the rainbow one women's multi for a couple years now - it doesn't upset my stomach and i have no complaints. no idea if it's effective or not but i continue.

i supplement my fiber - i've tried a half dozen different varieties and settled on this powder. it doesn't taste great but it works and it's easier for me to down a little glass than pop 6 capsules, etc.

i also take biotin - i have always had fine hair but around 70lbs down, found it was thinning significantly. my protein and fat macros were still looking good, and my multi is almost equivalent to a lot of prenatals, but i added in this biotin. i've been taking it for about 6 months and have noticed a definite uptick in new hair growth; although i have also been maintaining for about the last 6 months so i can't say for sure it's the biotin.

i eat protein bars quite a bit as well, although i typically have them as lunch instead of in a supplement role. i've tried most flavors from b-up, one, muscle pharm, quest and more, and my favorites are quest's apple pie flavor and muscle pharm's cinnamon combat crunch bar.

u/redsox15 · 1 pointr/keto

Rainbow one a day. It's available on amazon There's also a men's version.

u/DarthContinent · 1 pointr/AskReddit

You could give Theanine Serene a shot, it has some herbs and crap that promote serenity and might help control your physical feelings of anxiety. I find after taking them it relaxes me noticeably, though I haven't had a panic attack in some years now so can't say whether it's effective in actually curbing them. Also you might check with your doctor about getting a prescription for some as-needed Valium (Diazepam), having some handy to take just as you feel a panic attack coming on can derail it fairly quickly. Good luck!

u/KratomOG · 1 pointr/kratom
u/illmoney · 1 pointr/Supplements

This right here:

My friend's therapist recommended these for him instead of prescription meds. I started taking them as well, it has helped quite a bit.

u/ccironny · 1 pointr/Fitness

I took that for a while and honestly I'm not sure it's worth it. They're extremely expensive for a bunch of other ingredients that I'm not even sure are worth having. Sure there are some BCAAs in them, but I didn't feel like it made it worth it.

Honestly you're better off with something simple. Try this.

u/allyouneedis_kill · 1 pointr/Testosterone

I've done natural T boosters and can share some thoughts. I don't feel that they raised my T, but I didn't get labs to compare. However, I do think they gave me energy when taken before training. I've tried Test Booster 1.0 and Nugenix. The Test Booster was the more affordable and has 1,500 mg per serving and the premium priced Nugenix has 3,000 mg per serving. Both kind of felt the same in the end: more energy throughout the day.

Eventually I made vitamins and minerals my main concern and I feel I've been having ore success with that. Now, I take 1x DHEA on an empty stomach before breakfast. Eat, then take 2x D3 ( and 1x Trace Minerals ( The Trace Minerals has boron, zinc, magnesium, chromium, etc. All things associated with T. With lunch I take 2 Life Force Multiple ( Then 2 more with dinner. That's been my natural T boosting regimen as of late. Hope that isn't too tangential.

u/MEatRHIT · 1 pointr/Fitness

This is generally the recommended brand of multi, you should only take 1 or 2 a day rather than the 4 it recommends.

u/nevercomment · 1 pointr/Supplements

What about these vitamins Source Naturals, check the back label picture.

Why only vitamin d3 in liquid form?

u/GonadusTwistus · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

The best bang for the buck I could find is this:

Highly bioavailable, good ratios, and cost-effective

u/kerningsaveslives · 1 pointr/vegan

VegLife makes children's chewable multivitamins. These contain both B12 and iodine, along with many other vitamins and minerals. It has Vitamin D2, rather than the usually non-vegan D3. There is some controversy over D2 vs. D3. If your child doesn't get out in the sun a lot, you might consider adding a vegan D3 a few times a week. Eating mushrooms is also a good source of vitamin D, and mushrooms can make many forms of D including D2 and D3.

u/EvilVegan · 1 pointr/news

If it wasn't abundantly clear from start to finish, I thought it was clear I was just trolling for trolling's sake.

I know your kid is fine and I obviously don't want them to be harmed in any way. My daughter hit me with a toy hammer yesterday and I reprimanded her with instructions not to hit people (except your kids... jk).

My original response was going to be "if I weren't so lazy, I'd research which of the old gods were real and sacrifice a goat to them so your kid gets cancer. But that's hard af." So I actually toned it down a bit.

I was just overreacting for the sake of humor and hyperbole and you seemed to be taking the bait rather hard (though you could just be counter-trolling me, which is also amusing).

Which supplement are you using for B12? I take these sublingual methylcobalamin. And I give my daughter these because she likes em (I couldn't find good research on methylcobalamin vs cyanocobalamin in children, but with the eggs and milk in her diet I wasn't as concerned with B12 absorption from the supplements, and it isn't one of those 13,333% type deals).

I still think it's unreasonable to expect everyone to be able to raise vegan kids and I don't recommend it for most humans. Americans don't have any real excuses if they want to do it, but it's still hard in that it takes research and monitoring and full support from both parents. Most people can barely raise their kids not to be assholes, so expecting them to have the patience, knowledge, and persistence to properly feed their kids is 'hard'. Mine really just boils down to being in a mixed-diet house and a little over-cautiousness. And for others, I don't recommend it because it's more difficult than the typical lazy parenting we see in America. If someone's been vegan for 5+ years and hasn't had any issues with health and has a good support structure and has both parents/families on board and has done their research and can afford it (both financially and emotionally), then I say go for it. Those things aren't exactly "easy af".

Anyway, sorry if you were really upset, I thought it was pretty clear I was messing with you. Have a great weekend and I hope everyone you love gets anti-rickets.

u/tribbletime · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Vegan vitamins for the kiddos, for health and stuff. If you don't dig on that, I need a wig cap for my upcoming cosplay at Comic Con (I'm going as Lady Thor).

Thanks for the contest! What are you reading?

u/minutestomidnight · 1 pointr/Fitness

The vast majority of research on Omega 3 cites 720mg of EPA and 480mg of DHA, and most Omega 3 supplements do not have enough of either. I suggest Trader Joe's Brand. The price isn't bad, and two of these a day will ensure you get enough.

As for multivitamin, I use Opti-Men but it really isn't that advantageous compared to a lot of others. I used to use Centrum Silver, and I will probably go back to that once I'm finished with Opti-Men. I hear good things about Orange Triad though.

u/resinh · 1 pointr/pcgaming

never heard of getting shoulder pain from mouse gaming, that shit is rare

you gotta fix your posture/chair/hand placement setup, could also be a vitamin deficiency

as far as how to fix - eat more bananas (if its potassium), get a magnesium supplement to relax the muscles, and try some good quality vitamins w/ joint support

u/mattressgiant · 1 pointr/keto

Depends on the multi. I also have this Doctors Best Mag supp but I rarely have to take it due to meeting my needs through diet + multi.

u/Mayron_Gainz · 1 pointr/Fitness

Opti-men/vit sucks to be honest. Horrible vitamin and mineral sources. Costy too for what they provide.

Better sourcing for the ingredients. Has joint complex. You can take 3 a day as the doses are quite large instead of 6. It would then last three months $9.50 per month.

u/w101joy · 1 pointr/xxfitness

The doctor said I might have an impingement issue too. I bought some resistance bands and looked up rotator cuff exercises at home while I'm watching tv or something. My shoulder feels fine now, but after that scare I'm trying to be preemptive about future injuries.

u/lnfinity · 1 pointr/AMA
u/zuspadt · 1 pointr/Fitness

I'd take a multivitamin everyday,this one so I was covered. When I was fully vegan it was the best I'd ever felt, and having read about it being less inflammatory if done right I felt it was the right decision so I'd really like to get back to it if it is actually the correct thing to do.

u/Vir2k · 1 pointr/vegan

cool. that's what i was thinking about... :).

you really are vegan for 20+ years ?

LE: this is the product you are talking about ?

u/xnihil0zer0 · 1 pointr/loseit

It's a bit more expensive, but you can replace that whey protein with amino acids. They only have ~1 calorie per gram, instead of 4. They have higher bioavailability. Free-form amino acids don't need to be broken down by the liver, and get into the bloodstream much faster. I'm doing intermittent fasting, and I began losing muscle faster than I wanted to, but taking these has really helped. I take Monster Amino, in the morning and before bed. From what I've found, it's the most complete mix for its price. 15 minutes before working out and 4 hours afterwards, I take Extreme Nitric Stack for the FFAAs. It caused some skin flushing at first, but I instantly noticed increased endurance and faster recovery times followed.

I take this multivitamin, They are horse-pills, but you get a lot for the money. With Monster Amino, it approaches the tolerable upper limit for B6, so stop taking it if your hands start to tingle.

I also take calcium, magnesium, algal DHA, and L-Dopa, but those are more for helping with ADHD.

u/thedaradotcom · 1 pointr/Fitness

What is your favorite multi-vitamin?

I was using GNC Energy + Metabolism Blend until i ran out. Now i'm using ON Opti-men.

Since the switch i feel like i have less energy and am thinking about going back to the GNC blend. Any thoughts on this is appreciated.

u/Cato_Keto_Cigars · 1 pointr/keto

Are you hitting all your micros/macros? Anything missing there?

How much water are you drinking.

I was hungry a lot for the first week or so; I upped the water consumption, took supplements to ensure i was hitting everything [1], [2], [3] (#3, only because vegans have a hard time getting Omega-3 without meat) and it went away.

u/Pyronic_Chaos · 1 pointr/keto

Grab a multivitamin for your micros (I use Optimen, 1 tab per day), and just add some salt to daily food. Or Lawry's to everything in my case. I wouldn't suggest adding baking soda to your drinks, I doubt the sodium will dissociate to give you the electrolytic sodium needed (but I could be wrong).

Another thing I do is slightly coat BabyBel cheese rounds in some salt (mmhmm habanero salts from Esty). Easy low carb, salty snack.

u/Takaa · 1 pointr/keto

Do you take any multivitamins?

I started taking a multivitamin around the same time I started keto and I would get the weirdest dreams every single night. This from someone who has had maybe 1 or 2 dreams a year. I stopped taking them after 3pm because it was apparently keeping my brain more active. (I take Opti-Men but I knew going in that other people had reported dream side effects as well. Just CTRL+F 'Dream' on that Amazon page and you will find someone else saying the same.)

u/kanjiwatanabe · 1 pointr/Fitness

Optimum Nutrition - Opti Men. Man up Nancy and swallow the pills :)

u/doomddo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Step 1. Buy some Miracle berry's.

step 2. use Miracle berry.

Step 3. Eat lemon.

Step 4. Enjoy.

Trust me but you my want to get more than just a lemon.

u/LonleyViolist · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfPolish

You can probably buy the fresh berries somewhere, but this was pretty easy, too!

u/iamacannibal · 1 pointr/Advice

Try miracle fruit tablets. like $15 for 10 of them on amazon. Cut each one into 4 and take one little piece, get it all over your tongue then eat stuff. It should taste better. After a while stop using the tablets sometimes and you might not notice it tasting weird.

I have no idea if this will work but ive been wanting to try it so I can start eating corn and other cooked veggies...I also gag and nearly puke with some things...especially corn.

u/ArtsyKitty · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

super, super fudgey brownies. I could eat them all day. nomnoms!!!

cheesecake all day everyday

thanks for the contest and happy cake day!!

and oh, item!

u/scam_radio · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy cake day :)

Clearly the correct answer is creme brûlée!

Cheesecake all day everyday

u/OptomisticOcelot · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Magic Berries look like fun. Also, these are an Australian favourite. You can also buy Australia food online here, here, and here

Also, I really want it. I don't mind, but the $5 I'd love is the OTG USB cable for Google nexus.

Edit: I really really want it.

u/TableTopJosephine · 1 pointr/Portland

I just got mine here and it came straight to my mailbox! Hint: do not eat things with vinegar (peperoncinis or pickled stuff, mustard, etc), unless you want to be kind of confusedly grossed out.

u/mamb0number5 · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Isn't there like a magic bean thing that does this?

Edit: found the clever girl.

u/Mr_Fffish · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/cinderflight · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh dear, I don't have the best jokes but I am going to try....

Q: How do cells in the body talk to each other?

A: With a cell phone

Ok, that was bad anyway onto the item that will make me happiest. Technically, it's a tie but I will list them both since one is more pricey than the other:

  1. Miracleberry Fruit Tablets - cheaper item, I have seen tons of videos of people reacting to eating acidic foods after taking a tablet and I really want to experience that myself

  2. Faber-Castel Watercolor Pencils - slightly more pricey, I love using watercolors and have always wanted to try using these pencils because of how beautiful they look when used for illustrations

    Hope this isn't against the rules!
u/Fritzthecheshirecat · 1 pointr/Drugs

Miracle berry tablet, then sour things will taste sweet.

u/whatrosasaid · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


I think Miracle Berries would be fun. That way everyone can participate. Eat one, then do a taste test of seemingly gross things and watch them taste good.

u/d4hm3r · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts
u/nerdybirdie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've always been interested in these, but I don't think I've ever ordered food online before, and they don't sell them in stores. That's always held me back, but they sound so cool! They make sour things taste sweet, and just change the taste of food entirely. Thanks for the contest! You might be the first person I've seen to think that Sunday Funday is actually fun ;D

u/rarcke · 1 pointr/keto

They are often listed a "Miracle Berry Tablets" This is brand I bought.

u/lifeisillusive2 · 1 pointr/sex

I have to opposite problem. I'll go down on her all day long, I find it fun :) but I get nothing :(

I could understand how he might think it's gross. Some people just are not into any bodily fluids. I'm so sorry this is the case because I'm convinced this can't be "fixed". Although.... something to look at:

Makes everything taste sweeter for a while ;) maybe he will be into trying that.

u/Bludhunger · 1 pointr/makemychoice

[Miracle berry tablets!] for a short amount of time anything you eat or drink will taste sweet. Anything. That can include vinegar, lemon or whatever. Its a pretty cool thing if you have friends over and stuff.(

u/GoJebs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ask me about my wiener and then tell me if you were traveling back in time but had to ride on the back of an animal (mythological or not) and while eating a potato... would you have it baked, smashed, or raw? (bonus though, what animal did you envision riding?)

u/TheTejas · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

This thing

looks like I remembered it wrong, it's just sour -> sweet which is probably useless in your case, sorry

u/AgentArcher · 1 pointr/AskReddit

they work I used this product though. I had to use two to really get the effect. Basically you let it dissolve on your tongue. I moved it with finger to didn't spots to get better coverage. Sweet doesn't change much, sour and bitter take super sweet.

  • TLDR: Yes, work. Guinness is best choc milkshake, Orange Great, Apple nothing, Strawberry no change, Lime and Lemons confuses the mind.
u/VeganMinecraft · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congratulations!!!! :)

I think you'd like these Miracle Berries! Perfect for taste tripping parties (get a party together with your new co workers!), these berries turn sour foods to sweet, and sweet foods become even sweeter. I can't wait to try them myself while sampling different foods!

u/0six0four · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think this is really cool, It is a live stone plant, once in a while it will split from the middle and it will blossom a cool little flower. Also I'm sure you know about the miracle fruit tablets, which make sour things, taste sweet

u/leeroyjenkinsboy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

For You A friend of mine bought these, they work and are pretty fun to trick friends with, suggesting them to alot of people.

For Me

For The Lulz

u/SOMEFUCKINGRANDOM · 1 pointr/Advice

If you want to lose weight - cut out sugar and carbs from your diet. You can eat as much meat and vegetables as you want.

>Do you have any advice for losing more weight and keeping my unhealthy love for sweet food under control?

Here's an outside the box idea - buy Miracle Berries and switch to eating sour (miracle berries make sour taste sweet).

u/aaronisreal · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/Rimshot1985 · 1 pointr/food

Seems like there are a lot of good protein suggestions already. Have you heard of Miracle Fruit? It's a berry that has a compound that temporarily (2 hours or so) turns sour things very sweet, meaning almost all fruits will taste 200% sweeter (lemons taste like candy).

I've read accounts of people undergoing chemo having good results gaining back some flavor, and it comes in pill form. I bought a pack for the hell of it and it's fairly nifty.

u/GSnow · 1 pointr/AskReddit

This, and a bag of assorted citrus.

u/IDFKwhereGilliganIs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A Annnnd here we go again


























u/drunkandstoned · 1 pointr/keto

Each square is 2.25g net carbs, i usually have 2-3 squares / day.

These make everything sour taste sweet for ~1 hour - eating a lemon tastes like eating super sweet lemon candy.

u/atomlamp · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I'd say these.

u/synchroidiotic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

And for some more food fun, in case you haven't yet, try these!

u/EatYourCheckers · 1 pointr/Parenting

Could be for sure. My kids tend to drink water over milk, so they probably don't get as much dietary calcium as they are supposed to.

I use this brand:

2 gummies have 500mg of calcium, which is what I have found listed as the daily recommendation for kids. I don't think you can get too much calcium, but again, double-check.

u/thr33littlebirds · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A Healthier Me!

Bone loss is a very real and scary thing. I would like to do what I can to prevent it. Thanks for the contest!

u/c4t3rp1ll4r · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Glucosamine (for my knees) and calcium (since I'm lactose-intolerant). Everything else, I try to get through my diet.

u/Bellainara · 1 pointr/randomgifts

I could really use some supplements and pain relief that my doctor wants me to take. Specifically, the Calcium, the Arthritis Acetaminophen and the Loratadine. I really could use anything off my Needed HBA Items list, but those three I either need to add to my daily regimen per doc request or am flat out of.

I appreciate the help everyone!

u/ZingerStacker · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

This is my multi:

I'm taking Calcium because I read that it's good to add to your stack and can help with weight loss.

u/ratchetandblank · 1 pointr/opiates

Take your vitamins man. I like these

Abstinence is worth it because you can achieve great things and you can always get high later in life. The drugs will be there but opportunity might not be.

u/cyanocobalamin · 1 pointr/Nootropics

Why Silexan? Is it another name for Lavender or a particular brand of lavender oil?

In this article looking at several studied on lavender, the dose used was 80mg, and was compared with 1/2 mg of lorazapam. That might explain your trip :)

I bought this which this article said was used in a study.

u/shawnshine · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

Really? It was developed in Germany, so I assume there’s a way to obtain it. What about this brand?

u/firentxxx · 1 pointr/MDMA

I think Rave Aide already is doing this, plus several others

u/zVape · 1 pointr/Drugs

Something such as these?



u/bananafosters · 1 pointr/MDMA

Better link as I'm also curious about /r/MDMA thoughts on this.

This is another "rave pill", only with more vitamins in it.

The only problem I see with these kinds of pills is you're not supposed to take 5HTP before, during, or even after comedown. You gotta wait to take it like 6-8 hours after you've fully sobered up. Everything else I can see being beneficial though

u/esoteric_plumbus · 1 pointr/bassnectar
u/EmotionalDayLaborer · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

this one tastes better, like bad wine instead of microwaved garbage. I mix it with applesauce to help with the taste, and make it less drippy/messy. NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron...

u/allgreenbird · 1 pointr/vegan

I’ve a super healthy vegan from birth toddler, who is turning 4 on Monday. I’d suggest you exclusively breastfeed until at least six months (longer if you feel comfortable) then start introducing a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, beans and grains.

I started supplementing b12 at 9 months, but you could do it sooner, using this: NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron Supplement for Infants and Toddlers 50 mL

u/daybreakinglight · 1 pointr/NICUParents

Poly vi sol made my 30 weeker desat bc it tasted so bad. We used novaferrum instead and it caused no issues at all and tastes WAY better.

NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron Supplement for Infants and Toddlers 50 mL

u/-JeniGoat- · 1 pointr/Advice

I understand what you're going through and I really feel for you. I have the same exact problem with my son. He's a preemie, so he's smaller than normal already and I worry about him constantly. Besides being smaller than average, the doctor says he's healthy and developing properly though.

I just try to give him a decent variety of foods to eat throughout the day. I usually end up throwing everything away, but sometimes he surprises me and eats a whole bunch of something. He won't eat any fruits or vegetables but sometimes he'll eat muffins I bake, so I'll make pumpkin muffins or apple sauce muffins for him. I add ground flax seed or a bit of powdered protein for extra vitamins. Some days he eats them, some days he doesn't.

I've bought him lots of different vitamins but he doesn't take them, even gummy ones, so I just bought a new liquid vitamin to try. I put small amounts in his juice throughout the day instead of giving it to him all at once. I haven't gotten him to drink a full cup of it with the vitamins mixed in yet, but hopefully the little bit he's getting helps.

Since he's more likely to drink than to eat, I buy drinks high in protein, like this. I've also tried different kinds of smoothies (he doesn't like them). I give him organic whole milk because he asks for that now.

I grow veggies and picking them himself doesn't even get him interested. He likes telling me yuck when I ask him what he thinks about most food.

Hopefully it's all just a phase and nothing else is going on with your son's health. I would start with a call to your pediatrician's office and ask to speak with a nurse. The nurse should be able to tell you if you should bring him in or not and what you should do next. Good luck and I hope everything turns out ok!

u/SunnysideKun · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

My son was very picky when starting solids and especially didn't like things with iron, so I found some iron drops he actually tolerates most of the time:

He has spat them out a couple of times when he's in a bad mood but mostly he swallows it happily. When I tried it out it tasted not that bad at all, although clearly you do taste the iron.

My pediatrician only tested our son's iron at 12 months and I didn't want to find out there was a problem then which was why I started him at around 7 months on the iron drops, when it was clear he wasn't into baby oatmeal, chicken, egg yolks, beans, etc...

u/fukitol- · 1 pointr/keto

This stuff? Had never heard of it before. Does it work well?

Better, I suppose, for $5/serving.

u/Globbi · 1 pointr/keto

Getting out of ketosis isn't crossing some magic door that will close behind you. Depending on how much carbs and protein you eat, you might not notice it and be in ketosis again in the morning, or you might need another day. Depending on your health and genetics (mainly insulin resistance) you might have no adverse effects or get some headache because of chemical environment in the brain changes and because you end up with little or no keton bodies.

If you worry that you ate too much on a certain day, you might do a round of high intensity workout. Good punishment for yourself, use some glycogen storage, use the protein you ate for muscle building.

That said, keep in mind that recommended calorie and macro intake and very general and sometimes very wrong. If you continue eating like that and see no problem, it's possible that it's good for you.

If you want to be more resilient when you eat too much, you can consider spending money on supplements (MCT oil and exogenous ketons

u/xudevoli · 1 pointr/ketogains

What I'm talking about is slightly different

But to each his/her own! What were your issues with MCT Oil?

u/WarGodPuffy · 1 pointr/milliondollarextreme

I just pop one of these every day after breakfast.

u/faxmulder · 1 pointr/StackAdvice

Thanks man for your feedback. A few days ago I ordered this multi - is it good or should I get another one? It already has 100mcg iodine.

u/NateTrib · 1 pointr/Menieres

One thing I'm not sure about is the Ginkgo Leaf. That is Ginkgo Biloba correct?

Naturelo - 20mg Ginkgo Biloba, is more clear, but I'm guessing that is a lesser amount? It's hard to tell with Rainbow Light's description.

u/Noperiod · 0 pointsr/keto

Just as an FYI for vitamins, I feel like I'm doing a PSA advocating Source Naturals vitamins. They're made of the highest available sources (hence the name) and Significantly less is wasted through urine meaning better absorbable (bio-available) nutrients are used and absorbed by the body.

I had to learn way too much about vitamins... Cheap (non bio-available) ingredients just get pissed out.

u/TheYask · 0 pointsr/Swingers

OMG you want 'miracle' berries!!! They temporarily mess with your sense of taste so that sour and bitter things taste completely different--sweetish!

Put a few on a tray with grapefruit, lemons, limes, and maybe a few cheeses and vegetables. Light (heh, just don't overdo the cheeses), finger friendly, clean, and super fun to do in groups. Perfect for a night focused on sensual experiences!

u/Burt_the_Hutt · 0 pointsr/sex

Possibility I saw on reddit: miracle fruit tablets

u/Copertone · 0 pointsr/hearthstone

These thing are awesome and make the sourest food taste sweet. If she likes great tasting food I'm sure she would like it.

u/-CORRECT-MY-GRAMMAR- · 0 pointsr/Fitness
u/TKnight28 · 0 pointsr/keto

Based on a friend recommendation I bought and started taking this:

Takeaways: Improved/instant energy, good taste (you will want to add more water to cut it)

I have no idea if it actually works to improve Ketosis but I can certainly tell you it gives me energy. I don't drink caffeine (heart skips beats on occasion) so I am sensitive to anything that "gives me energy" - This stuff does and doesn't make me feel weird.

u/horsenbuggy · -3 pointsr/keto

I don't know, I've never tried.

And stop damn downvoting me for asking an innocent question. Who made you the chocolate police?

I have to assume based on your replies and downvoting that you don't even know what tablets I'm talking about. It's a chemical from a real fruit that makes sour or bitter things taste sweet. I was just reminded of it and thought it could be a good tool in my keto arsenal. Educate yourself.

mberry Miracle Fruit Tablets, 10-Count

u/Rarwkitty · -11 pointsr/BuyItForLife

"mberry" the taste buds changing candies

Microwave Notebook (pretty neat tbh)
Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook

"Smartplug" (get one of these and you would never have to get up from your bed to turn off the lights)