Vitamins, minerals, and dietary supplements
Learn how to get the best nutrition from the foods you eat every day. This handy guide tells which nutrients people need most, depending on their age, habits, and overall health. It also tells what to look for in supplements and how to read labels and evaluate nutrition claims.
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Chapter 3Should You Take One?
Chapter 4Choosing a Supplement
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