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Soybean oil is added to the capsules

Posted on Nov 07, 2013

35 people found the following review helpful

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Why would they add something so bad to antioxidants?Soy contains high levels of phytic acid which block your body’s ability to absorb minerals and vitamins from the foods you eat. This causes you to actually become malnourished. I wish I checked the label more carefully before buying.I have a krill oil that I recently purchased and there's a big sign on the bottle that says soybean oil free so I researched this soybean oil a bit more and apparently the soy plant itself is actually toxic to humans.Soybean oil contains a poisonous chemical called PHG; this chemical slows your blood circulation, causes your blood to clot, damages the central nervous system, interferes with digestion and can cause memory loss. 99 % of soy grown in US is GMO,plus this product doesn't even say non GMO,so you are paying for a poisonous GMO substance.I threw away this product as well as their garlic oil cause it also contains soy oil.And I've decided to completley boycott this brand.I'm definitely not going to reward them for trying to poison me so the least I can do is take my money elsewhere.

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dangerous ingredient

Posted on Oct 16, 2013

24 people found the following review helpful

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There's magnesium stearate added to these tablets.Also,most brands have a NON GMO declaration on D vitamins but this one doesn't.I would recommend you to get D vitamins in gel caps since they don't have any fillers.Healthy Origins has NON GMO sign on their caps so I think I will try those next time.

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Soybean oil is added to the capsules

Posted on Nov 07, 2013

11 people found the following review helpful

Purchased at iHerb

Soy contains high levels of phytic acid which block your body’s ability to absorb minerals and vitamins from the foods you eat. This causes you to actually become malnourished. I wish I checked the label more carefully before buying.I have a krill oil that I recently purchased and there's a big sign on the bottle that says soybean oil free so I researched this soybean oil a bit more and apparently the soy plant itself is actually toxic to humans.Soybean oil contains a poisonous chemical called PHG; this chemical slows your blood circulation, causes your blood to clot, damages the central nervous system, interferes with digestion and can cause memory loss. Solgar doesn't add soy to theirs and they are only a dollar more expensive,so Now Foods really stinks99 % of soy grown in US is GMO,plus this product doesn't even say non GMO,so you are paying for a poisonous GMO substance.I threw away this product as well as their E vitamin cause it also contains soy oil.And I've decided to completely boycott this brand.I'm definitely not going to reward them for trying to poison me so the least I can do is take my money elsewhere.

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nice

Posted on Nov 12, 2013

7 people found the following review helpful

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The ingredients are top quality and there are no fillers.I've been taking it for a month but I still managed catch a cold.Maybe my immune system is not that strong.I don't eat much meat and this is a source of proteins.

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should be banned

Posted on Sep 12, 2013

7 people found the following review helpful

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I applied a thin layer of this cream last night and this morning when I woke up my face looked like it got stung with bees.I am not exaggerating I really look like I was in a box ring.My face is completely swollen.I cried when I saw my face.My mother applied a tiny bit of this cream as well to test it and she also said it stings and burns.I have a fine skin,no wrinkles and I just thought this would be a great cream for moisturising.It is the end of the day now,it's still swollen and red.It hurts to eat,talk.It just looks burnt.My chin and the area around my nose are covered with tiny postules.I sent several e-mails to the manufacturer as well as iherb but still no response.I am not allergic to any food or medication.I've never had this type of reaction to any cosmetic product ever.There has to be something in the cream that they didn't put on the label.I AM TRAUMATIZED.

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smells so bad,never buying again

Posted on Oct 30, 2013

5 people found the following review helpful

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I can't believe a pill can smell so bad.It's also too chalky so when you cut it in half you get of a lot of powder from it.The label on the bottle I got is different than the one on the photo and the listed ingredients are different.(check vitamin A). If you take vitamin A as retinyl acetate or retinyl palmitate you shouldn't take more than 3000 units.In one study, women consuming more than 6,660 IU daily of vitamin A as retinol in food or supplements (the daily recommendation for adult women is 2,310 IU) were found to have twice the hip fracture risk compared to those consuming 1,700 IU daily or less. Men with the highest blood levels of retinol are seven times more likely to fracture a hip than men with lower levels. There is evidence that older individuals have higher blood levels of vitamin A because of a reduced ability to metabolize vitamin A as efficiently as one ages. Also,vitamin B-12 should be in the form of methylcobalamin instead of cyanocobalamin.

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won't buy again

Posted on Sep 22, 2013

4 people found the following review helpful

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the most aggressive facial cleanser I ever tried and it's suppose to be for sensitive skin....

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don't like this

Posted on Oct 27, 2013

4 people found the following review helpful

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I won't buy krill oil again.In the process of extracting the oil they use too much solvents.

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never buying again

Posted on Oct 30, 2013

3 people found the following review helpful

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I bought this for the 2nd time but now I learned that a ingredient called Titanium dioxide is very dangerous.Plus the label contradicts itself.It says ''no artificial colors'' and then in the ''other ingredients'' it has listed artificial color number 6 or something.I find that very shady so I'll be avoiding this brand. Plus vitamin B-12 should be in the form of methylcobalamin instead of cyanocobalamin.

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mum liked it

Posted on Sep 22, 2013

2 people found the following review helpful

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I gave them to my mum and she noticed her feet weren't as swollen,it helped with water retention.

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love it

Posted on Sep 18, 2013

2 people found the following review helpful

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I like this brand for flax seed oil.Price is good also.Have been using it for a year now.

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never buying again

Posted on Oct 27, 2013

2 people found the following review helpful

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I bought this for the 2nd time but now I learned that a ingredient called Titanium dioxide is very dangerous.Plus the label contradicts itself.It says ''no artificial colors'' and then in the ''other ingredients'' it has listed artificial color number 6 or something.I find that very shady so I'll be avoiding this brand.

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