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The best time to take vitamins is in the morning, according to Mother Nature Network. Upon waking from sleep, the body needs nutrients for energy to start the activities of the day. Vitamins supplements are synthetic sub... More »

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The best time of day to take vitamins is first thing in the morning. According to the New Health Guide, taking vitamins first thing in the morning ensures best absorption. More »

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According to Dr. David Williams, a multivitamin should generally be taken just before a meal. The Vermont Department of Health also recommends mealtime for vitamins, as the food will buffer the supplement and prevent sto... More »

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The best time of day to take vitamins is first thing in the morning. According to the New Health Guide, taking vitamins first thing in the morning ensures best absorption. More »

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It is inadvisable to take B vitamins at night because doing so can interfere with sleep, according to Mother Nature Network. Vitamin C is another vitamin that is best avoided at night to prevent sleep issues, notes Natur... More »

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The best time to take Magnesium-OK is after a meal, once a day with a liquid, every day, according to Wassen, the product manufacturer. The nutritional supplement tablets, specially formulated for women, contain eight vi... More »

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The best time to take a calcium supplement depends on several factors, such as the type of calcium, according to Mayo Clinic. If the calcium supplement contains calcium carbonate, it is best to take it with food, as stom... More »

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