Originally Posted by jfh
Shotgun approach. Not good enough. They need to determine which vitamin/s or mineral/s are the source of the benefits. Folic acid? D3?
I understand they are doing that - though we already know which vitamins and minerals are beneficial to heart health. Even so, it is refreshing to have the scientific community giving supplementation a positive spin for a change.
Given that much of the land used for commercial food production is nutrient depleted and given that vitamins and minerals work through a synergistic effect, then taking a daily MV makes good sense - and, as this study has served to reinforce, is beneficial to our health.