Mold Avoiders Poll Results: Vitamins, Minerals & Amino Acids

 

 

This poll was conducted in the Mold Avoiders group in February 2019. A total of 107 members participated.

The question and most frequent responses follow:

Which of the following vitamin or mineral supplements are you fairly sure have been at least moderately helpful to you since starting mold avoidance? If you have taken a supplement but have not noticed benefits and also are not fairly sure intuitively that it has been beneficial, then do not mark it. 

 

78% – Magnesium (82 respondents)

65% – Vitamin C (69 respondents)

53% – Vitamin D3 (57 respondents)

42% – Methylcobalamin B12 (45 respondents)

37% – Zinc (40 respondents)

24% – Selenium (26 respondents)

23% – Iodine (25 respondents)

22% – Molybdenum (24 respondents)

21% – Methyl folate (23 respondents)

21% – Trace minerals (22 respondents)

21% – Vitamin B6 or P-5-P (22 respondents)

16% – Vitamin B complex, non-yeast (17 respondents)

15% – NAC (16 respondents)

13% – Silica (14 respondents)

13% – Potassium (14 respondents)

13% – Hydroxocobalamin B12 (14 respondents)

12% – L-glutamine (13 respondents)

12% – Vitamin B5/panothenic acid (13 respondents)

12% – Adenosylcobalamin B12 (13 respondents)

10% – L-lysine (11 respondents)

9% – Vitamin E (10 respondents)

9% – Lithium aspartate or orotate (10 respondents)

9% – Vitamin A (10 respondents)

9% – Vitamin B3/niacin (10 respondents)

8% – Sodium (9 respondents)

8% – MSM/sulfur (9 respondents)

8% – Iron (9 respondents)

8% – Vitamin B2/riboflavin (9 respondents)

7% – Manganese (8 respondents)

7% – Calcium (8 respondents)

7% – Boron (8 respondents)

7% – L-tyrosine (7 respondents)

7% – Vitamin B7/biotin (7 respondents)

5% – Glycine (5 respondents)

5% – Vitamin K2 (5 respondents)

5% – Chromium (5 respondents)

4% – There are no vitamin or mineral supplements that I feel have been at least moderately helpful to me since starting avoidance (4 respondents)

4% – Copper (4 respondents)

3% – Folinic acid (3 respondents)

3% – Vitamin K1 (3 respondents)

3% – Cyanocobalamin B12 (3 respondents)

3% – GABA (3 respondents)

3% – Vitamin B1/thiamin (3 respondents)

2% – NADH (2 respondents)

2% – L-carnitine (2 respondents)

1% – Beta carotene (1 respondent)

1% – Vitamin B complex, yeast-based (1 respondent)

1% – DLPA (1 respondent)

0% – Folic acid (0 respondents)

0% – Strontium (0 respondents)

 

A collection of additional poll results can be found on the Living Clean in a Dirty World blog.

 

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