Medical Experts Advise Against Supplements Taking Together

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Calcium and Iron

These compete for absorption, with calcium hindering iron absorption. Opt for vitamin C to enhance iron absorption instead.

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Zinc and Copper

Combining these diminishes effectiveness as they compete for absorption.

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Vitamin C and Vitamin B-12

Taking them simultaneously can lower B-12 levels, leading to potential health issues.

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Vitamin E and Vitamin K

Due to their opposing effects on coagulation, simultaneous intake can counteract vitamin K's benefits.

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Fish Oil and Ginkgo Biloba

Both possess blood-thinning properties, increasing the risk of bleeding when combined.

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Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) and Vitamin B-12

Excessive intake can mask B-12 deficiency symptoms, potentially leading to neurological damage.

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Vitamin D and Magnesium:

Simultaneous consumption may reduce magnesium absorption.

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BlundstIron and Zincone

They compete for absorption, potentially reducing the effectiveness of both.

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Vitamin B-6 and Magnesium

High doses of vitamin B-6 can lead to magnesium deficiency.

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Vitamin C and Iron

Similar to calcium, vitamin C can inhibit iron absorption when taken together.

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Vitamin A and Vitamin E

High doses of vitamin A can reduce the absorption of vitamin E.

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Ginseng and Caffeine

Combining these can lead to overstimulation and potential health issues.

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