25 Oct 2009
It shouldn't have a negative effect. If your body is by any chance low in vitamins, then taking a multivitamin with iron, will just boost your well being and perhaps give you more energy, etc.
However, if your thyroid hormone levels are ow then you need to take that as well because just taking TriHEMIC will not boost your thyroid hormones, which are extremely important for other body systems.
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