The best “multi-vitamin” for healthy people?
For the general, healthy population, there is no evidence to support a recommendation for the use of multivitamin/mineral supplements in the primary prevention of chronic disease.
Limited evidence suggests that supplements containing combinations of certain nutrients are beneficial in reversing chronic disease when used by special populations; in contrast, certain nutrient supplements appear to be harmful in other subgroups.
People take vitamins all the time and I am frequently asked which is best.
My answer is NONE.
A body that is deficient or malnourished needs to be supplemented with essential nutrients that can be obtained from a variety of foods that can be grown or found locally. If you eat well rounded and colorful then you should not need to supplement your diet, unless you have a true deficiency.
There is a difference.
Have you ever seen a person that is malnourished?
This dude here isn’t one of them
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