I started taking vitamins again not that long ago.. We keep goats, and I spent quite a bit of time looking through different loose mineral mixes trying to find one that would be best for my herd.. Ok, I practically obsessed over it for a while. My wife and I were talking about the goat mineral thing one day and I kinda jokingly said "Ya know, they should make loose minerals for humans" and laughed.. Serious "doh!" moment, I know -- they do! They're called vitamins! It occurred to me right then and there that it was pretty stupid of me to spend all this time making sure the goats had the right vitamins and minerals in their systems, while neglecting the same "treatment" for myself. So, I started taking vitamins again. I just kinda wondered how many other people do.. FWIW, I'm currently taking a Men's multivitamin containing: Vit. A. - 2500 IU Vit. C - 180mg Vit. D3 - 5000 IU * Vit. E - 50 IU Vit. K - 80mcg Thiamine - 1.5mg Riboflavin - 1.7mg Niacin - 20mg Vit. B6 - 4mg Folic Acid - 1200mcg * Vit. B12 - 18mcg Biotin - 30mcg Pantothenic Acid - 10mg Calcium - 162mg Iodine - 150mcg Magnesium - 100mg Zinc - 15mg Selenium - 70mcg Copper - 2mg Manganese - 4mg Chromium - 120mcg Molybdenum - 75mcg * I supplement another 4000 IU of D3 and 800mcg of folic acid. I personally think everybody's deficient on D3 these days, and folic acid is a homocysteine buster... Homocysteine is bad for the heart, and is a byproduct of the consumption of meat.. Since, I'm practically a "meatitarian," and since folic acid is water soluble and cannot be OD'd...figured it was prolly a good idea.