People in the United States spend about $6 billion per year on vitamins. Virtually all of that money is wasted, since there is growing evidence that these additions to our diet are not effective in preventing chronic disease and may be harmful if taken in large doses.
Foods contain trace elements and fiber that supplements don’t have, so try to maintain a healthy diet and eat your fruits, vegetables, and dairy products rather than taking supplements.
Source: Reader’s Digest September 2017 Steven J. Hausman, PhD, former research scientist for the National Institute of Health and president of Hausman Technology Presentations
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