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Should you stop taking vitamins if you are eating all your daily fruit and veggies recommended?

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Dr. Paul Hartlaub
Preventive Medicine

In brief: Generally not needed

With a healthy diet, taking vitamin supplements generally have not been shown to benefit your health.
Elders who are low in vitamin d have a lower risk of falling if they take about 800 units of vit d daily, and taking a folate supplement of 400 micrograms daily is recommended for women who can have children to prevent some birth defects. Beta carotene supplements can be harmful to smokers.

In brief: Generally not needed

With a healthy diet, taking vitamin supplements generally have not been shown to benefit your health.
Elders who are low in vitamin d have a lower risk of falling if they take about 800 units of vit d daily, and taking a folate supplement of 400 micrograms daily is recommended for women who can have children to prevent some birth defects. Beta carotene supplements can be harmful to smokers.
Dr. Paul Hartlaub
Dr. Paul Hartlaub
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