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Where to keep supplements?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 24, 2013 at 11:39 AM

Where should I sotre my supplements? What is the best place? (it can become kinda hot in my cupboards. room temperature can rise to 38Celsius)

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on August 25, 2013
at 02:58 PM

Buy curtains and open the windows

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on August 25, 2013
at 10:15 AM

It gets sun all day and no curtains.

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on August 25, 2013
at 12:19 AM

You live in Enschede where it is 18 degrees celsius. How is your room temperature up to 38 degrees?

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on August 24, 2013
at 07:06 PM

It's the PhD stack. See comment under my previous post. I could store them in my mailbox. It's outside my apartment but inside my flat and id doesn't get humid there, I guess

D8644ecc819aa7fb98ed93eece4befa2

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on August 24, 2013
at 07:06 PM

Supplements are basicly the PhD stack: k2, zinc, magnesium, chromium, b vitamins, vit c, etc etc

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on August 24, 2013
at 05:00 PM

Also please present one vitamin or mineral that is "not ok" in a cool, low humidity environment...

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on August 24, 2013
at 04:25 PM

Kevin you are the fool. I never said don't tak a multi. I take a multi every day. But if I had to choose between a 100 house with vitamins or a 70 degree house and no vitamins. I choose the 70 degree house. And B an C have very similar cellular structure to a number of minerals. I would expect the other minerals to decompose equivalently.

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on August 24, 2013
at 04:11 PM

Deterioration in warmer environments mainly only applies to B vitamins and vitamin C. Some supplements are ok to refrigerate. Some are not. The label will sometimes say. CD - what is your beef with supplements? You're a fool if you believe you can achieve micronutrient sufficiency from food alone.

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on August 24, 2013
at 01:12 PM

I was thinking the same thing about investing in an AC instead of supplements.

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3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

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on August 24, 2013
at 12:31 PM

Your house gets to almost 100 degrees? Where do you live? If possible, I'd ditch the supplements and invest that money in a window AC.

What kind of supplements are we talking about?

If you have a fridge, keep them in there.

Deliquescence increases with humidity, so high humidity and high heat and you've got a bad environment for vitamin stability. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18593179

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

(26217)

on August 24, 2013
at 04:25 PM

Kevin you are the fool. I never said don't tak a multi. I take a multi every day. But if I had to choose between a 100 house with vitamins or a 70 degree house and no vitamins. I choose the 70 degree house. And B an C have very similar cellular structure to a number of minerals. I would expect the other minerals to decompose equivalently.

D8644ecc819aa7fb98ed93eece4befa2

(281)

on August 24, 2013
at 07:06 PM

It's the PhD stack. See comment under my previous post. I could store them in my mailbox. It's outside my apartment but inside my flat and id doesn't get humid there, I guess

3ce6a0d24be025e2f2af534545bdd1d7

(26217)

on August 24, 2013
at 05:00 PM

Also please present one vitamin or mineral that is "not ok" in a cool, low humidity environment...

C45d7e96acd83d3a6f58193dbc140e86

on August 24, 2013
at 01:12 PM

I was thinking the same thing about investing in an AC instead of supplements.

D396b126240f584bc358e6e4fd84e9e3

(455)

on August 24, 2013
at 04:11 PM

Deterioration in warmer environments mainly only applies to B vitamins and vitamin C. Some supplements are ok to refrigerate. Some are not. The label will sometimes say. CD - what is your beef with supplements? You're a fool if you believe you can achieve micronutrient sufficiency from food alone.

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