Yes, I'm sure they will help in many ways. But the thing is, there are a few things you need to understand about vitamins:
1. They need to be taken with your meal because enzymes found in the food you eat are needed to process the nutrition found in them.
2. If you eat a good and balanced diet, majoring on raw vegetables and fruits, and cut back or even out the sugar, refined foods, processed and caffeine, your body will be getting what it needs through those foods, unless you have a health condition that would require an extra supplement in a certain area. Most people unfortunately do not have good enough diets to supply their bodies daily with enough of the vitamins and nutrients they need, so a supplement does help.
3. You must know the company that produces the vitamins you eat, its sources, how it processes, what is going into the vitamin. I would not trust a Walmart brand, or a cheaper brand, because chances are they are being produced by a company that doesn't specialise in health and nutrition, so chances are not that much is being donated to the development of quality vitamins. There could be synthetic materials, or vitamins produced from non-organic crops, it may say it uses 'ginseng' or something, but what kind of ginseng, from what part of the world, in what quantity, and how is grown, and what part of the ginseng is used, some parts of a plant are more effective than others. With lavender, the power is in the flower, not so much the leaves, with dandelion, the root holds certain nutrients, while the leaves hold another, and the flower another.
Before you start taking a supplement, always ask yourself what the purpose is and why are you taking it. I personally take a daily 'green' supplement, with spirulina, barley grass concentrate, and a few other things, for energy, and a natural sulfer supplement for my immune system and hair, nails and skin, plus a capsule with thyme, frankincense, orange and clove oil, to aid on keeping my body's age youthful. But I am going to add a calcium supplement cause I am sorely lacking in calcium, I don't like milk, don't eat much cheese, and don't like sardines, so a supplement is a good choice for me. When I'm run down I add a few other things into it, but those are my basics.
Hope that helps a bit.
One last thing is that you probably won't see a miraculous 'Oh my God! That vitamin really did the trick!' overnight wonder. These things work with your body over time, if you are taking calcium now, it will help your body not to develop ostereoperosis, often found in the elderly when bones deteriorate. If you major on anti-oxidants now, as you grow older you will find your body staying young and healthy while other people may be having problems, etc. You have to view your health as long-term and stick to your plan.
> I see people drinking all kinds of vitamins
> pills etc and one person in my home everyday
> have all those vitamins on the table in the
> morning with his breakfest.One day looks
> like the whole table will get full.Ha!
> Do you think that drinking all those
> vitamins will help anything?
> Thanks for taking the time.