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April 17, 2008

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PureAgeless

Thanks for all the wonderful advice about vitamins, minerals and other nutriments! I try to get all I need from my natural, organic diet, rather than taking tablets, though.

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Forwarded this to some friends, appreciate your advice

Janelle

Great info! As a physical therapist that follows the research this is all great advice.

~JTrempe PT, ATC
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Hank Roberts

Hmmmm, the person named 'Co Q 10 Believer' who posted 'Forwarded this to some friends, appreciate your advice' is linked to the company recommended, the URL behind the name. Gotta watch the advertising, it slips in. So what's the site they advertise selling? The label says:

Other Ingredients: Rice Bran Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Soy Lecithin, Titanium Dioxide Color.

Nuh uh. Nope.

If you want to remove the automatic links you can put the nofollow tag in next to them -- that keeps people from getting Google credit for being mentioned, if you decide their website/product isn't one you want to contribute to supporting.

Browsing today I discovered that yes, Vitamin D is available in other than the little gelatine capsules filled with soy oil that I'd been taking. Oh good, more stuff to throw out and replace.

Healthy Librarian

Thanks for the comment Hank--that came in way back before I started moderating comments. I don't publish anything that's really advertising.

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