2017 05 16 Health Matters Dietary Supplements 3

This is Health Matters, wrapping up our report on dietary supplements. “Synthetic vitamins produced from scratch in the laboratory are isolated concentrated substances. Which is why the claim is made that synthetic vitamins act more like drugs.”

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Skip the Supplements, Paul A. Offit, chief of the division of infectious diseases at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Sarah Erush, the clinical manager in the pharmacy department of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The New York Times, December 14, 2013.

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