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    Hi, we're pleased to announce our newest coffee and tea pods. They're all infused with vitamins!

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    I’ve already tried it and I really liked it.
    In general, everything related to vitamins and minerals is very important for the body because it needs something like this to have good functionality and to be able to develop continuously.
    For example, I know many cases when some people had a lack of vitamins in the body and from here various diseases appeared and they did not know why. But there are many cases in parallel when the fact that the body was rich in vitamins helps to treat diseases by strengthening immunity and other important things for humans.
    Personally, I always have vitamin for vein health at home because I consider this the most important and it really helps me a lot.
    Last edited by KKDivan; 10-23-2020 at 07:34 AM.

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    Isn't coffee a diuretic ? Are the vitamins not eliminated as fast as you can ingest them ?

    Not an expert, but duh !!

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    First of all, any self respecting coffee drinker grinds their own beans fresh for each brew. In addition, I get my vitamins and minerals and nutrients first from the food that I eat and second from any supplements I take. I do fish oil, multi-vitamin, iron and garlic. I sure am not looking for anything more from my coffee than what is arleady naturally in a cup of coffee. This is hype and an attempt to con you out of your money. This is nothing more than a marketing gimmick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MntnMan62 View Post
    First of all, any self respecting coffee drinker grinds their own beans fresh for each brew. In addition, I get my vitamins and minerals and nutrients first from the food that I eat and second from any supplements I take. I do fish oil, multi-vitamin, iron and garlic. I sure am not looking for anything more from my coffee than what is already naturally in a cup of coffee. This is hype and an attempt to con you out of your money. This is nothing more than a marketing gimmick.
    It's hard to believe that coffee, with vitamins in it, can taste like regular coffee. Just the thought of it makes me feel "barfy." I can't take my daily multivitamin when I'm drinking coffee because it makes me burp (a vitamin taste) for hours. My day starts with coffee first - the vitamins are saved for later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradigmus View Post
    I should try it
    Please do try it, and then let us know if you like it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose View Post
    Please do try it, and then let us know if you like it or not.
    @paradigmus should try it but I don't necessarily care if they like it. It could taste good. The real question however is does it do anything for you? I'm guessing any benefits some feels physically are nothing more than a placebo effect.
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    Nice idea! I want a lot to try them, too! The combination between coffee or tea and vitamins is really brilliant... I am not sure how good all these substances work together, but it deserves a chance. All my life I used to have a correct and healthy diet full of vitamins and nutrients. For this, I consume daily food supplements. In the last time, I use to buy medicinal mushrooms instead of pills from the pharmacy and I can say that I am very satisfied with this product and that I am feeling very good because of it.
    Last edited by Lamosar; 02-04-2021 at 11:57 AM.

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    Recently I started to consume a lot of vitamins but I didn’t hear of vitamins infused in coffee or tea. I think they have a great effect on our body. What do I consume is a supplement contains aged garlic. It is a great product for increasing your blood pressure and in general the cardiovascular system. Their products are great and their price is good. My doctor recommended me to start consuming them and I can say that listening to him helped me a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamosar View Post
    Recently I started to consume a lot of vitamins but I didn’t hear of vitamins infused in coffee or tea. I think they have a great effect on our body. What do I consume is a supplement contains aged garlic. It is a great product for increasing your blood pressure and in general the cardiovascular system. Their products are great and their price is good. My doctor recommended me to start consuming them and I can say that listening to him helped me a lot.
    the aged garlic is a great product, I can say

 

 

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