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have you ever taken dietary supplements?

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have you ever taken dietary supplements? did it help you lose weight?

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append delete #1. Filipovv00

Unlike drugs, supplements are not permitted to be marketed for the purpose of treating, diagnosing, preventing, or curing diseases. That means supplements should not make disease claims, such as “lowers high cholesterol” or “treats heart disease.” Claims like these cannot be legitimately made for dietary supplements.

append delete #2. Marinadbbb

Taking more than you need costs more and might also raise your risk of side effects. For example, too much vitamin A can cause headaches and liver damage, reduce bone strength, and cause birth defects. Excess iron causes nausea and vomiting and may damage the liver and other organs.

append delete #3. KEVIIIIN

I have been taking dietary supplements for over a month now and I am glad that it brings me a positive effect. I am confident that with dietary supplements I can improve my health and make my body attractive without exhausting diets and strenuous physical activity. I chose quality supplements. I read a large number of positive reviews https://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/phenq-review-2021-does-phenq-the-best-weight-loss-supplements/Content?oid=35883828 and realized that I could trust their manufacturer. I have not regretted that I bought it

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