Our paediatrician has recommended a generic brand of multivitamin and mineral supplement for my kids. It is replacing the branded vitamins that they used to take. The generic multivitamin is also complete with vitamin C and zinc; both nutritional supplements help boost my kids’ immunity against cough and cold. I’m considering taking the same capsule one of these days. I’m also checking on these liquid vitamins that I saw while doing my online activity. According to the site, the liquid supplement helps relieve joint pain, decrease body fat and yes this is the best part (thrilled), reverse the aging process. But before I jump on the bandwagon of the latest supplement craze, I try to read as many information as possible about the product or if previous studies were conducted to prove their claim. According to the site, these liquid vitamins contain 29 essential vitamins and mineral and 72 trace minerals (dietary minerals). It further claims that liquid vitamins are 700 percent more absorbable than tablet vitamins. If ever I’m going to try it one day, I want to prove its “efficacy” in relieving joint pain (I have this terrible leg pain which is killing me for weeks now.). If you are interested about it just visit their site by clicking on the link within the post.