The Supplements You Take May Not be True Nutrient, and Have Potential Risks: Experts

Supplements have become close to a staple in the American diet as nutritional deficiencies skyrocket.
In an analysis from 2001–2008, it was determined that about 90 percent of Americans are deficient in vitamins D and E, and over 40 percent have some other form of nutritional deficiency. Additionally, between 60 and 80 percent now take supplements.
While nutritional supplements provide relief to nutrient insufficiency along with many benefits, they are not meant to replace a wholesome diet and might also come with unknown consequences and risks.
Supplements: Mostly Synthetics With Potential Risks
When someone buys a bottle of supplements, they may assume that what they’re getting is the extracted, concentrated version of whatever vitamin or mineral they would find in food….

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