Good multi-vitamin?

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  1. ThenameT

    ThenameT Guitar Player/Food Enthusiast

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    I'm just starting my bodybuilding course. My trainer says that I can't have fruits really because of all of the sugar... this is why I am wondering what is a good multi-vitamin for me to take. Any suggestions would help.
     
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    did he say no fruit or not much fruit? It seems kind of silly to me to cut out fruit completely.
     
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    ThenameT Guitar Player/Food Enthusiast

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    He said no fruit. When you diet like how I'm doing, you can't afford much sugar at all. If you need sugar, I've noticed that if you take a teaspoon of lean natty pb and suck on it, it stimulates the urge for sugar. This is why I need a good multi-vitamin, so it takes the place of the fruit.
     
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    Mega Man is fine I used to take it (GNC)
    On Twin Labs twice a day now. Not impressed
    Going to try the Berverly Hills Muliti-Pack when I run out of twin labs stuff.
     
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    I have been taking Centrum Silver for a year, has been working fine.
     
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    What kind of "diet" exactly does your trainer have you on? Unless you're doing a ketogenic/PSMF-type diet, fruit should be perfectly fine in moderate amounts. No multi can ever sub for fruits and veggies.
     
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