Ask your pharmacist or physician first before taking over-the-counter vitamins

Betty Beaubrun - May 26 2014, 7:41 AM

It's recommended to take supplements but ask your pharmacist or physician first because over-the-counter vitamins dosage could be much higher than needed.

Be safe while looking forward to a healthier lifestyle.

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