Most Vitamins Are Useless, Here Are The Ones You Should Take.
I sometimes wonder whether there are some level of bias in these studies, or perhaps funded by organisations that stand to gain from the use of these surveys’ conclusions, and not wholly for the benefit of the consumer. One of the reports is profiled here: In this serial cross-sectional study of 37,958 adults using the nationally representative National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, self-reported use of any supplement products remained stable, within 52% reporting use in both 1999-2012 and 2011-2012. Patterns varied by individual supplements; use of multivitamin/multimineral products decreased, with 37% reporting use in 1999-2000 and 31% reporting use in 2011-2012 (See Link Below for the Full Report).
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