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Can you tell me if i take a multi-vitamin and minerals supplement daily, is there any point in my eating a peach and apricot?

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Dr. Janet Greenhut
Preventive Medicine 43 years experience
Food is better: There is overall agreement that it's much better to eat real food than to try getting the same nutrients in supplements. People have been eating fruit for thousands of years and benefitting from their nutrients, some of which aren't included in supplements. Besides, food tastes better.

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