June 1997 Issue

Finally...A Men's "Multi" Without Iron

Up to now, men who wanted a sensible multivitamin/mineral supplement without added iron have been out of luck. That's been a problem, because not only don't men need the added iron, but unwanted iron can wreak havoc on the heart, liver, kidney, pancreas and joints in men who inherit the gene for hemochromatosis. Now, there's a reformulation of One-A-Day Men's multivitamin/mineral supplement. The new One-A-Day Men (marketed to men under age 50) contains

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