Its what all the hormones want 1st. Just don't take ~ to much.
good for your hair good for your skin good for your brain
It's what Sly used when he filmed 1st Blood in that cold enviornment. Good for your well being. Better than coffee . . wait! I love coffee. Nevermind!
Use it to heal. Burns Sports injuries Immune booster Mix it with vanilla ice-cream & whole milk to make a meal out of it. Add cocoa powder if you're a chocoholic. Have to use blender for the win. Good for you 'work-out queens' & 'jocs'. Good for old people. I'm speaking from experience . . not hear-say.
I've been takin' this since 1982. Long before most of you knew about Pierson & Shaw. I think my body needs it. It's not what it does for you - It's what doesn't happen to you . . that counts.
An anti-oxidant booster for me. I prefer the dry form.
If you're still athletic, your joints want this. Takes a couple of weeks to work when you follow the directions.
Simply the easiest way to boost your D And taste good, too.
This product and niacin (not nicinamide) will help your hair. Reduce cholesterol & DHT . . and maybe BPH.
Fat soluble. So, fat diets need it. We do not want that fat free-radicals forming.
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