August 1998 Issue
Can A Multi Offer One-Stop Shopping For Vitamins And Minerals?
Arming yourself with an arsenal of individual vitamin and mineral supplements is fashionable. It may even be good for your health. Surely, it would be simpler and less confusing to take just one full-service supplement daily. But is a multivitamin/multimineral the wisest course? And can it really meet all your needs? EN investigates. Taking a daily "multi" is reasonable for most Americans, especially as they get older, says Jeffrey Blumberg, Ph.D., of Tufts
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