Are Vitamin Pills a False Hope?

A buddy of mine at work forwarded me this very interesting article on the effectiveness of vitamin supplements.

Ever since the Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Linus Pauling first promoted “megadoses” of essential nutrients 40 years ago, Americans have been devoted to their vitamins. Today about half of all adults use some form of dietary supplement, at a cost of $23 billion a year.

But are vitamins worth it? In the past few years, several high-quality studies have failed to show that extra vitamins, at least in pill form, help prevent chronic disease or prolong life.

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I'm very curious to hear your thoughts on this.

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