Natural supplements can be dangerously contaminated, or not even have the specified ingredients. What should consumers do?
Are the celebrities onto something with their IV vitamin cocktails? Let’s look at the evidence before rushing to the therapy lounge.
The researcher making these claims has a considerable financial stake in his claims being proven correct.
Research suggests that some high-dose supplements do little to prevent chronic disease among healthy individuals — and may do more harm than good.
In the largest-ever randomized clinical trial testing vitamin D for cancer prevention, the supplement did not reduce the risk of developing cancer.
A widely anticipated study has concluded neither vitamin D nor fish oil supplements prevent cancer or serious heart-related problems in healthy older people.
We have created another pseudo-disease that is encouraged by vitamin companies, patient groups, food manufacturers, public health departments and charities.