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Looking for advice: standardized food supplements

Hi friends,
I have been lifting weights for about two years steadily and I think I am now ready for taking food supplements .I eat four times daily and have seen my friends taking food supplements but I do not want to go for the local products. The food supplement should be clinically tested, standardized product with good quality ingredients. I’ve been reading a lot about Dietary supplements and wonder from where I could get the best one for myself. It would be of great help if anyone could suggest me where to look for standardized food supplements. Thanks!
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replied October 12th, 2007
I suggest that you take a liquid vitamin. Preferably something that tastes great. I've heard that tablets don't dissolve quickly in the stomach
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replied September 8th, 2009
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