multivitamin pill

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Noun1.multivitamin pill - a pill or tablet containing several vitamins
vitamin pill - a pill containing one or more vitamins; taken as a dietary supplement
vitamin - any of a group of organic substances essential in small quantities to normal metabolism
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CT scans revealed the telltale rings of the voice box, a structure about half the size of a multivitamin pill. "It was one of the biggest, happiest days of my career," Clarke says.
He stayed under 1,800 calories a day by eating Twinkies, a can of green beans, three or four celery stalks, a multivitamin pill, and a protein shake.
Analysis of the data showed no significant differences between men who took a multivitamin pill every day and those who did not.
MEN who take a multivitamin pill every day can cut their risk of getting cancer.
Melbourne, August 8 ( ANI ): Popping a daily multivitamin pill could be a waste of time and money, consumer watchdog Choice has said.
The suggested solution is to make sure the children take a multivitamin pill with vitamin D, and let kids play in the sun for 10 minutes before applying the SPF lotion.
This is washed down by a cup of tea (slice of lemon, no milk) and finished off with a multivitamin pill (low on saturated fat).
It showed that healthy older people who took a simple multivitamin pill every day were half as likely to get sick as healthy seniors who took a dummy pill.
Vitamins Alcohol drains the body of vitamin A, Bvitamins and vitamin C, so a multivitamin pill will go some way to fixing the problem.
* Take folate (vitamin B9) in a multivitamin pill (400-800 mg.)
Further, in a recent medical report, it's recommended that every adult should take a multivitamin pill, the elderly should take two and women who could become pregnant should take a multivitamin and a folate vitamin supplement.
A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition has found that pregnant women with poor diets who take a daily Pregnacare multivitamin pill have a reduced risk of low birth-weight babies - but it's important that expectant mums eat the right foods to take advantage of long-term benefits this brings.