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27 Jan 2004

I ance read from hear that there are multivitamins that can save people living with HIV lives can you tell me the combination or a tablet of all the combination where can i get them? or where i can find you
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01 Jan 0001

The study that was done on HIV and the mortality link to a good multivitamin did have a positive result. The multivitamin was well balanced with sufficient selenium. This is seen as supportive treatment and not as a replacement for normal AIDS medication. You can find good multivitamins on our market. Go take a look at the Health Shop linked to the Health24 site and compare the multivitamins to the HIV study. The following was the ingredients.
Vitamin A 3000 ug, betacarotene 6 mg, vitamin D3 20 ug, vitamin E 80 mg, vitamin K 180 ug, vitamin C 400 mg, vitamin B1 24 mg, vitamin B2 15 mg, vitamin B6 40 mg, vitamin B12 30 ug, folacin 100 ug, panthothenic acid 40 mg, iron 10 mg, magnesium 200 mg, manganese 8 mg, zinc 30 mg, iodine 300 ug, copper 3 mg, selenium 400 ug, chromium 150 ug and cystine 66 mg.
(Dr Chase Webber ND)
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