Our Vitamin Regimen

While I love having great resources for recovering from sickness, I’m a huge proponent of avoiding getting sick in the first place.  I bet you are too.

We all have various methods for staying healthy; a big one for us is taking daily vitamins.  I want to share with you what our daily vitamin routine looks like (and include two others that I’d love for the kids to take, but they won’t cooperate just yet. 🙂  )

I’ve included lots of links because sometimes I want to see exactly what someone else does.  And since I can’t invite most of you over to look in my cupboard, this is the next best thing.  (A few of them are affiliate links, which would mean I might make 20¢ if you bought something.   Most of them are not.)  Most of these are also not super high quality, top-of-the-line vitamins.  We’re not at a place where we can do that right now, so these are a good bet for our family.   They get the job done.  You can use my suggestions as a jumping off place for your family, and do what’s best for you. 🙂  

For the kids:
Vit C
Vit D
Probiotic (acidophilus)
I’d love for them to also take a fermented cod liver oil/butter oil mix and a greens vitamin.

I take (not as regularly as I should):
Fermented cod liver oil/butter oil mix
Vit B Complex
Vit C
Vit D

My husband takes:
Green Superfood drink
Vit C
Vit D
Folic Humic
(He should add in a probiotic but he also drinks kefir and kombucha fairly regularly)

Dosage depends a lot on body weight and should be adjusted accordingly.

If you’d like to read more about why certain vitamins are important, you can read about Vit CVit D, and fermented cod liver oil/butter oil here.

What vitamins do you take on a regular basis to stay healthy?

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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