Hi, it would be really helpful if expert minds could take a look at my formula and critique it, just want to make sure I am not overdosing on anything. I am in the UK so RDAs are slightly different to the US.
all these are from myprotein.com
100g Oat Powder
100g Soy Protein Isolate
30g Psyllium Husks
70g Asda Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2g Monosodium Phosphate (ebay - progressive earth)
2g MSM Powder (my protein
3.5g NOW Potassium Gluconate
2g Choline Bitartrate
1g Table Salt
Asda Chewable Multivitamin
Vitamins: A, D, E, K, C, B1, B2, NIACIN, B6, FOLIC ACID, B12, BIOTIN, PANOTHENIC ACID
Solgar Advanced Antioxidant formula
Vitamin A 94%
Vitamin b2 429%
Vitamin C 625%
Vitamin E 1117%
100mcg Kirkman Molybdenum
200mcg Chromium Picolinate
14mg Asda Iron
300mg Holland and Barret Magnesium
800mg Calcium 5.0ug Vitamin D Tesco
So obviously in this recipe I’m getting over 100% of a few vitamins, is this a big problem?
I REALLY want to use Solgar because I read on an amazon.co.uk review of it by a chemist that it is simply the best on the market and has seriously beneficial antioxidant properties. However it contains 4g of manganese - is it likely that my Oat Powder or any other of my ingredients contain manganese or any other nutrients that I am not aware of? Is there anything else in them?
If anyone has any ideas - please just go ahead and tell me what i’m doing wrong and what to buy - I’ll trust your judgement.
Also - UK soylenters - and in fact everyone else - you might be interested to know that the supermarket chain ASDA sells a multivitamin that has exactly 100% of everything except for 30% calcium, 32% magnesium and 0% potassium… Also, it is only £1 for 30 capsules. If anyone needs this, I could go buy it and post it to you. If you want to go look for it, its called ASDA A-Z Multivitamin and Minerals and comes in a small purple plastic container. I don’t use it because I want to use the Solgar for its antioxidant properties.