We're wasting $5.7B on vitamins we don't need
Many of us ring in the New Year vowing to save more money and eat more healthily than we did the year before. One place to start with both of those resolutions would be with a close look at the dietary supplements we consume. Dietary supplements are a $37 billion a year business, according to the National Institutes of Health, but there’s mounting evidence that vitamin and mineral supplements aren’t effective in preventing chronic diseases or in slowing their progression.
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