vitamin pill


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Noun1.vitamin pill - a pill containing one or more vitaminsvitamin pill - a pill containing one or more vitamins; taken as a dietary supplement
pill - something that resembles a tablet of medicine in shape or size
dietary supplement - something added to complete a diet or to make up for a dietary deficiency
multivitamin, multivitamin pill - a pill or tablet containing several vitamins
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My needs and wants are small, such as one vitamin pill a day, at P20 apiece -- until the pharmacist said I could buy the same maintenance drug for P2 per pill, "Generics lang po.
Dong-A Pharmaceutical's mouthwash Gaglin and Green Cross' vitamin pill B-Max illustrate the point.
A vitamin pill, which can be fairly large, could cause either irritating the oesophagus as it goes down or allowing some acid from the stomach to pass up into the oesophagus as the pill goes through the muscular ring separating these two organs, the gastro-oesophageal sphincter.
It is as if you were taking a sugar coated vitamin pill.
Roughly half of American adults take a daily vitamin pill, typically a multivitamin.
Director/principal consultant of Infovision Consultants Mobin said: "Quality is a vitamin pill which needs to be consumed on a regular basis and not a Pain Killer which will solve the problem instantly.
One little vitamin pill caused all sorts of issues for Davi Millsaps.
You can get some from fruits, get some from whole grains, and, if necessary, take a vitamin pill.
But the Cardiff University team have said that a daily vitamin pill is unlikely to prevent heart attacks or strokes.
She said she would love a pill, and because they were harmless I went and got her a vitamin pill.
The company developed such products as Dough-Boy Prophylactic Kit, carried by all soldiers as standard issue in the two world wars; Reese's Blu-Tabs, a cold medication for treating nasal congestion and hay fever; and Red Roosters (also known as Red Hearts), a heart-shape iron and zinc vitamin pill.
Today the ab series is her daily vitamin pill, but Gyro, as she calls it, is what she loves.