Harvard Health Letter

Ask the doctor: Understanding the value of multivitamins

While foods rich in vitamins are indisputably good for health, vitamin pills do not provide benefits to everyone. Some exceptions are pregnant women who need folic acid, older adults who need vitamin D, and people with certain physical conditions.

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