Shanon (giltedge) wrote in thequestionclub,

my boyfriend and I were grocery shopping today, and we were looking for vitamins. we found some "once-daily" multi-vitamin type ones, and I saw they offered one for women. however, when we compared labels, the regular vitamin had twice as many vitamins and minerals in it as the women's type did - and the regular vitamin had everything that the women's did. this bothered me a little. anyone know why this might be? I'm slightly bothered by this.

another question: orange juice - pulp or no pulp? what's really the difference, if there is any (I mean, obviously one has it and one doesn't... but nutritionally, are they different? is one better for our bodies?)

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