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    ETS + Multi-Plus taken together?

    Ive been taking ETS and Multi-Plus together daily but wonder if that is unhealthy. Im wondering b/c some of the vitamins may be fat soluble such as vitamin E i believe and from the multi plus there is 400IU of vitamin E or 1333% of DV and then from ETS twice a day (morning and before bed) there would be 200IU or 666% of DV.... isn't this way to much? for fat soluble vitamins, shouldnt they be only at 100% of DV?

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    its probably not a problem, but see what Chris/Daniel have to say.

    but also remember, the US RDA is the 'recommended daily MINIMUM for the average American who is fat and doesn't exercise'.

    hell the RDA for protein is under 60g for men!

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    Quote Originally Posted by charles_316
    Ive been taking ETS and Multi-Plus together daily but wonder if that is unhealthy. Im wondering b/c some of the vitamins may be fat soluble such as vitamin E i believe and from the multi plus there is 400IU of vitamin E or 1333% of DV and then from ETS twice a day (morning and before bed) there would be 200IU or 666% of DV.... isn't this way to much? for fat soluble vitamins, shouldnt they be only at 100% of DV?

    thanks
    You will have to make a judgement call. I personally take 600 I.U. per day of E currently and have taken up to 1000 I.U.

    If you are concerned about excessive dosing then I suggest you take only 1 of the products or neither.


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    Quote Originally Posted by malkore
    but also remember, the US RDA is the 'recommended daily MINIMUM for the average American who is fat and doesn't exercise'.

    hell the RDA for protein is under 60g for men!
    Macronutrients versus micronutrients, apples to oranges. Much over the RDA of vitamins and minerals is a little unnecessary for anybody. Harmful? Usually not. But still unnecessary.
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    im just wondering about especially vitamin e since it is fat soluble so you gotta be careful...
    Age: 25
    Height: 5'7"
    Weight: 175lbs
    Body Fat around 12%
    Biceps: 14.5"
    Chest: 38"

    Bench Press: 225 x 10 reps and 275 pounds x 1 rep
    Deadlift: 405 pounds x 1 rep
    Squat: 335 pounds x 3 reps

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