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horsebacklover2's picture

hey anyone have any vitamin recommendations in particular to help recovery from bulimia and help re-balance the body ?

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kachina's picture
fish oil capsules for the

fish oil capsules for the brain, resveratrol to rejuvenate, detox, and control weight naturally, vit d for depression, green tea as an antioxidant, magnesium helps to go no.2 (seriously), oil of oregano to fight candida,=these are my can't live without supplemements. apple cider vinegar is amazing, google it. and a multivitamin.
adopting a diet of whole foods, very little sugar, lots of water-fresh vegetables, fish,a little fruit (apples are very good for alot of reasons) a few nuts, yogurt-sounds boring but you ve got my secrets. oh-very important, either hydrochloric acid for the stomach or an enzyme to help u digest and assimilate, in other words a probiotic such as acidophilis...
man where is everyones response??? this stuff saves my life. seriously. makes my life better, i look better, feel better with supplements.

mermer's picture
I really rely on b-vitamin

I really rely on b-vitamin supplements. They help you get energy out of your food, but they get depleted when you're stressed - so we really need them! Berocca is my favourite (it's got vitamin c, calcium and zinc as well) but there are loads of options.

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As far as I am aware, there

As far as I am aware, there are no particular vitamins or minerals that will aid with recovery from bulimia.

Ideally, you should get all the nutrients you need from a healthy, balanced diet. Try to make sure you consume a mixture of fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, pulses, fish and meat.

Put a greater emphasis on the non-animal sources as they generally provide a greater wealth of vitamins and minerals.

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