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June 1998 Issue

Vitamin C Earns An "A" For Health Benefits: Do You Get Enough?

Recent headlines announcing that moderately high doses of vitamin C -- 500 milligramsómight be dangerous stunned the many Americans who routinely take high-dose C supplements. The British study behind the headlines has since come under attack by researchers who believe it was seriously flawed. Whether it is necessary to take that much vitamin C is another question altogether. What isnít disputed is the plethora of scientific evidence upholding Cís claim to nutritional stardom.

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