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Old 01-20-2008, 09:31 AM   #14
Mike ODonnell
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Originally Posted by Nikki Young View Post
80-90% of them came back being completely useless in the body, most of them not even containing the amount of nutrients in them as described on the jar. And apparently the most popular supplements in the US where one of the worst ones tested. I can't remember the whole study.. but I'm pretty sure most whole food supplements came up at the top of the list for best sups, over the nutritional goodness of a multi-vitamin.
So true...bottom can't outsmart much as science will whole's all about nutrient delivery, absorption and utilization...not how many mg....and if you are paranoid about getting scurvy, take a Bam Bam Flinstone chewable if it makes you feel better....
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