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I'm back answering questions trying to get as many as we can through the facebook experiencing or having... Now, Chris Kelly asked in New York, what kind of vitamins do I take? It's a really simple routine. By the way, I don't have any relationship to any company that sells vitamins. All the ads that some time appear on the web are fake ads. If you see my face sponsoring something, we can guarantee, I'm not really doing that. They are probably doing that illegally. And for that reason, you don't really want to participate. Now let's state it. Here's what I do every morning: when I get up, I get a multivitamin - a simple pill. I don't wanna take inexpensive straightforward… I buy from the big companies, by the way, that what you should... that you should because the big companies are not gonna cheat you on the vitamins they're gonna put in your vitamins. The biggest concern about vitamins is they say they got 1000 milligrams of something, but they don't actually have it in there. I want my regular vitamins had A,B,C,D, E - all the five letters of the alphabet - pretty straightforward, nothing fancy. The amount of each vitamin I put in all the books, a few books have been written, and I also got at Oprah.com, and I will try to list at the facebook as well, but it's certainly the routine amount in multivitamin. The one area I have disagreement with most manufacturers is that they don't put vitamin D in their multivitamin. Multivitamin D is the most important to me, so I take extra vitamin D. I like them in lozenges, but you can take them in pills. Vitamin D can come together with calcium-magnesium. So, your first pill is multivitamin, I appreciate for. The second one is vitamin D with calcium-magnesium in it. Maybe a 1000 mg of calcium and a 100 mg of magnesium. And your vitamin D total with the two should be at least a 1000 to 1200 international units. And the most important supplement of all is actually DHA Omega 3. These, by the way, Omega 3 are common in sardines. Lot of oily fish, salmon, have them. They are not the same fats that are in walnuts and flex seed - those are important Omega 3 as well - but the DHA is the most important for your brain. And they also don't cause any problems with bleeding, so if you want to focus on taking DHA Omega 3, and you don't get them from fish, or you can get them from fish oil - that cod-liver oil that would be a great source. If you don't wanna get them from fish, because you don't wanna have toxin risks and you want a sustainable source - remember fish don't actually make Omega 3, as they eat them… where they eat them from? - plankton. So you the vegetarian source of Omega 3 becoming one of these smaller pills because they are smaller than regular Omega 3 fat pills, easier to tolerate, they don't have the same taste, uh, they're inexpensive, and they are vegetarian, and you don't have any toxins in them, and because of it they're sustainable to the environment. So, again, one multivitamin, one vitamin D calcium-magnesium, and some source of Omega 3 fat, preferably DHA. That's my routine. Pretty much work. Take them up every morning. You can take them on a full stomach, empty stomach, it doesn't frankly matter that much. If you divide them up, take half in the morning, half in the evening. You don't have to be so anal about that as long as you're getting them in. Last question - why you need vitamins - they ask me all the time on the facebook.