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    12-02-2010 06:49 AM
    For a healthy adult, if supplements are used, they should generally be taken at levels close to the recommended dietary intake (RDI). High-dose supplements should not be taken unless recommended under medical advice.
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    There are a lot of renal vitamins to compare. As you know, it is not recommended to take vitamin supplements that contain minerals. Also, vitamins A, D, E, and K (fat soluble vitamins) should not be present in renal vitamins due to toxicity risk. Vitamin D may be prescribed by your Nephrologist to take separately. Patients with kidney disease often need higher doses of water soluble vitamins.
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