I take a lot of vitamins and supplements for several reasons. I am trying to work, and to counter the stupefying effect of meds like Baclofen. Nutrients give me the best chance of overcoming the drugs without adding negatives. I am trying to help my body remyelinate. That is, I am trying to counter the impact of multiple sclerosis (MS) on my nerves. It slows the rate at which my body builds new myelin to keep my nerves covered and useful. Taking things like N-acetyl glucosamine (NAG) provides a way for my body to speed back up the process. I am trying to fight the impact of MS overall, by taking D3, B12 and others, and I am trying to be stronger and healthier. The prices for these supplements are pretty steep. I get the best prices for almost all of them on Amazon. They are often 40% off list price. Once a year, I pay $75 to be a member of Amazon Prime, and the rest of the year, I pay nothing for two-day air shipping from Amazon. It saves me a lot of money. There’s a link for the NAG I get from Amazon on this page.
Some things I get elsewhere. My B12 shots cost only a dollar apiece when I get them through Trim Nutrition. I’ve been getting my injections from them since early 2011, and have had no problems at all. The link for Trim Nutrition is on this page, too.
How are you getting your vitamins and supplements?