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turtle wrote:
> Is it generally ok to store vitamins and supplements in the freezer?
> Or are there certain things that shouldn't be frozen?
>
> Also, are there certain vitamins or supplements that benefit from
> being refrigerated or frozen more than others?


Most vitamin bottles specify an acceptable range of temperatures.
Being too cold is just as bad as being too hot. Also, remember to avoid
high humidity.

Store you vitamins in the bottom of your refrigerator. Also, don't buy
more than you need to consume in a few months. The only time you
really need to stock up is in the spring before the hot summer months
arrive.

In short, avoid freezing your vitamin supplements.