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questions about caution with vitamin A & E

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by lemonworld, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. lemonworld

    lemonworld Senior Member

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    I'm planning to start methylation and want to get the basic supplements down before then.

    I haven't started vitamin A or E yet, as I'm usure of what is the best way to do it or if they are safe? I see so much contradicting advice out there, and I realize there might not be a definitive answer, but I would love to hear other peoples input and experiences with this.

    Through diet and fish oil I get around 50 mg vitamin E and 3500 IU vitamin A every day.

    I've seen 10 000 IU vitamin A recommended, which I have no chance of reaching without a supplement.

    I have bough the Now foods Gamma-E-complex, but it has only 200mg Gamma-tocopherol out of 600mg total tocopherols, so I'm not sure it's a worth while supplement?

    what are you supplementing?
     
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    TigerLilea Senior Member

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    My high dose multi from Life Extension has 5,000 IU of Vitamin A. It used to be that Vitamin A was recommended at higher doses but I think over the years they have decided that 10,000 IU was too high.
     
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