Most older adults don't need supplements, data review shows

12/3/2012 | WebMD

Most adults do not need daily vitamins or supplements, even though at least half of those 65 and older take one, according to Emory University researcher Donald McCormick, whose data review is in the journal Advances in Nutrition. Registered dietitian Andrea Giancoli says food is the best source for nutrients and should be the first solution for nutritional deficiencies.

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