Food compliance is somewhat fashionable at this time and can overcome some shortcomings. What if they harm more than good?
Scientists at the University of Tufts in Massachusetts have investigated dietary supplements more than 20 years and more than 27,000 people. Their findings suggest that taking certain nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin A or zinc reduces the risk of premature death, but they only come from food.
It's not all. People with no deficiency have no interest in consuming supplements. The study found that when a person has no vitamin D deficiency, taking supplements can be harmful. The risk of death would be higher. Like calcium.
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