Health

9 vitamin studies, reports and editorials

Study after peer-reviewed study show next to no measurable health benefits to taking common store-bought vitamins or multivitamins in otherwise healthy people.

Next to no measurable benefits from supplementary vitamins

A growing body of peer-reviewed studies shows little to no measurable health benefits for the taking of common store-bought vitamins or multivitamins in otherwise healthy people.

For those who are really low on a certain vitamin, a pill can help to shore up the deficiency, and most family physicians won't discourage taking multivitamins because there are few risks.

Here's a sampling of the research on vitamins from the medical literature. (Subscription required in some cases.)

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