As regular readers of this newsletter know, I am skeptical about supplements. I’ve written before about how most vitamin supplements are completely unnecessary, and I’ve done academic work on vitamin supplementation as a prime example of problems with nutrition research. However: nothing is ever black-and-white. There are cases in which some kind of vitamin or mineral supplementation does make sense. For…

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