MAGNETIC PILLS SUPPLEMENTS - Are your medication magnetic too?
So .. NEVER buy any supplement that has Iron in it .. a real brand will NEVER add iron to their product as they will know full well that most people have more than enough iron in their system.
People with iron deficiencies may have a reason to take iron pills.
It's normal for an iron pill to be magnetic, shouldn't it? It's not necessarily dangerous, is it?>I don't know what's in it
Iron. Iron shouldn't kill you. I've never heard of iron poisoning.
Maybe if you take a ton of them you might get sick somehow, but why would you take iron pills if you didn't need iron? The excess iron should just pass through your body.
>>6939>It's normal for an iron pill to be magnetic
It is not normal for vitamins to contain iron.
They'd contain iron if one of the vitamins is iron.
>>6941>if one of the vitamins is iron
Minerals might be supplements but under no circumstance they are vitamins.
Last I knew, people needed iron to live. That makes it a vitamin.
Of course, you're unlikely to need iron in pill form unless you have a deficiency, but same goes for most vitamins as eating a healthy diet should get you all the vitamins you need.
Vitamin pills are a scam overall. You end up pissing out most of them since your body excretes whatever it doesn't need.
>>6943>Last I knew, people needed iron to live. That makes it a vitamin.
People also need water and air and that does not make them vitamins.
Anon make it easy for yourself, go to wikipejew and find out the differences.
Water is a macronutrient.
Water is H2O, it has not any nutrient. Consider it a solvent and vehicle to carry substances.
Water is absolutely a nutrient: a substance that provides nourishment essential for growth and the maintenance of life.
As a macronutrient, water is the most essential nutrient in your diet by mass and volume.
You are correct, vitamins only refer to organic compounds, however colloquially people refer to any sorts of supplementary nutrients as "vitamins". It's a common misconception.
I would like to point out that pharmacology (root word "pharma"; "drug, poison") has association with witchcraft because in the times of ancient Greece the practice of herbalism and healing was a role given to priests and shaman, and hospitals use those symbols because they allude to ancient Greece as the origin of modern medicine. This is a cultural universal, as on a tribal level people with little understanding of healing hold the study of medicine with a degree of esoterica. To say that it's "fostered by worshipping idols" is an oversimplification though, while prayers plays a role even in faith healing, herbalism/pharmacology itself is something that persists even without the traditions and idols involved, because drugs do have effects on your body, and those drugs can be worth using in the right circumstances. Calling modern medicine witchcraft is a logical leap that doesn't really serve any purpose other than to scare people.
If you'd like to discuss why the pharmaceutical industry is full of shit and kills people by getting them addicted to drugs they don't actually need in a completely non-supernatural but equally sinister way, I'd be glad to talk about that.