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Hey guys, I have a little question for you. I have been starting to take vitamin tablets every now and then as I have a problem with getting sick every time. I read an article on the use of vitamins and how these health supplements improve our immune system. As COVID-19 is getting widespread, my family and I decided to take vitamins to improve our immunity power. As we are all taking them, it results in running out of stock but purchasing them is a little concerning because most pharmacies ask for prescriptions even though vitamins generally don’t need prescriptions. I researched online and found a couple of vitamin stores. I wondered if anybody has bought such health supplements online and would really appreciate it if you could advise me.
I hope you and your family are still healthy and well.
I've read that Vitamin D has been found to be helpful against Covid...not preventing it, but apparently been Vitamin D deficient can make one more likely to get Covid. I don't know where you live, but most Americans are Vitamin D deficient, and my guess would be that we are not alone in that.
I live on the east coast of the U.S., and vitamins are easily purchased over the counter (no prescription needed) at major grocery stores -- not from the pharmacy, but near it. I have never bought vitamins online, only at grocery stores or health food stores.
I usually purchase my vitamins at a store but there really is no reason you shouldn't purchase them online. Just make sure the company is reputable. Vitamin D, Zinc, Vitamin C, and Elderberry are all good for immune support.
Diana Young, Licensed Dietitian and Nutritionist