posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:10 PM
Yes and no.
What you are looking for is a vitamin that will mostly dissolve in H20. From what I remember, a lot of vitamins are coated in a chemical that was
first developed for film--which is disgusting.
So, a gummy: (child's vitamin) actually breaks down so it has a better chance of entering your bloodstream. Liquid vitamins (as long as the gellcap
breaks down) are more likely to enter the bloodstream. But if you want to use a hard vitamin, then do a water test, if it doesn't mostly break down
within 30 minutes of being put in water, it's useless to you.
the next step is to get it to not be merely filtered out, unused, by your kidneys. Rule of thumb: if your pee is bright yellow (nearly neon) for only
a week, then goes back to normal, then you flushed out some toxins like lead. If your pee stays that vibrant color while on your vitamins, you're
flushing your vitamins down the toilet.
edit on 20-6-2012 by CynicalDrivel because: forgot a thought.