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    fokisi posted:
    Undetected positive for 3 years, however would like to know what can I do to help boost and maintain a good healthy immune system. My blood results prove normal and they have been equal. I know however there are vitamins and foods that can help maintain me energy and strength. My medications now are Truvada, Norvir, and Reytaz. I do feel fatigue most of the time.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Generally, you focus on a well balanced diet. There's very limited value in swallowing a bunch of vitamins if you're eating well since most of the extra ones will be flushed out of your body anyway. And, unfortunately, vitamins aren't going to give you energy.

    Gail


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