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Liquid Vitamins

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More information about Liquid Vitamins

A well-balanced diet is the best way to get the vitamins and minerals your body needs every day. However, some people may have health conditions, dietary restrictions or other factors that prevent adequate intake of these essential nutrients. Some people choose to take vitamins and minerals in liquid form. Walgreens offers an array of liquid vitamins and mineral supplements. Ask your healthcare provider before taking any vitamins or supplements.

Liquid vitamins vs. regular vitamins

Liquid vitamins may be an alternative option for people who have trouble swallowing pills or tablets. Limited data is available about the effectiveness of liquid vitamins when compared to other forms of vitamins. People with certain conditions, such those who have undergone bariatric surgery, may take liquid vitamins and supplements as directed by their healthcare provider. In the first few months after surgery, a liquid diet may be recommended, including liquid or chewable vitamins or supplements.

How should liquid vitamins be stored?

You should follow all instructions on the liquid vitamins package for proper storage. Depending on the formulation, some liquid vitamins may or may not need to be refrigerated. However, most products should be stored in a dry place at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and out of the reach of children and pets. Make sure you close the cap tightly to prevent any leaking or spilling. Check the expiration date on all vitamin products before taking them. Discard any expired product.

How to take liquid vitamins

You should always check with your healthcare provider before taking a new supplement. They can advise if you need to take a supplement and how much you should take. Certain vitamins and mineral supplements, such as fat-soluble vitamins and iron, remain in the body for a period of time. Therefore, you should be cautious about the amount you take. Most liquid vitamins come with a dropper for accurate measuring. You should follow all instructions given by your healthcare provider and the product package. Some products are sublingual, which means you’ll need to place it under your tongue for a certain amount of time. Most vitamins should be taken with food to prevent an upset stomach. However, you should read the product instructions and take any supplements as directed.

Types of liquid vitamins

There are many vitamins available in liquid form, including B12, B-Complex, D3 and vitamin C. Other minerals and supplements, such as melatonin, probiotics, calcium and iron are offered in liquid form as well. You can find all of these over-the-counter products at Walgreens in store and online. However, it’s important to consult with your healthcare provider before adding a supplement or vitamin to your regimen. Ask your Walgreens pharmacist about taking supplements with any of your current medications.

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