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Science: Vitamins and Supplements Don’t Work

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A thorough recounting of randomized trials show that no vitamin or supplement is likely to prolong your life.

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9 thoughts on “Science: Vitamins and Supplements Don’t Work

  1. How is it that (the equivalent of) FDA’s in other countries approve vitamins, minerals, and supplements- and the U.S. doesn’t? Is it that the other nations have higher fda standards? Or is it just more profitable to send people to doctors and hospitals in my country?

  2. I wonder what all the vegans think about their supplementation, for their nutrience lacking diet 🙄

    1. If by lacking you mean lethargy, excess fat, declining kidneys, diabetes, cancer, and horrible agricultural footprints- then you’d be correct. But nutrition, no. We all know there’s plenty of ways to get plant based nutrition. Also, there are more plant based proteins than initially realized. And it turns out, they’re better for you than meat based proteins. I’ve read a lot of articles, studies, spoken to scientific researchers and professors. Also watched a lot of food docs. For quick reference and to be entertained at the same time- I’d watch Game Changers on Netflix. It doesn’t go deep enough for me, but if you’re simple enough to believe the trembling vegan myth – maybe it’ll help you.

  3. All your videos suffer with the same problem, and that is, they only run for a few minutes. How are you expected to know what you’re talking about, if you just dedicate a few minutes to a subject, in this case, the subject as complex as supplementation??

    And then after the briefest of discussion, you come to some conclusion that they don’t work.

    My word, you are just a fool.

    1. He’s citing studies that show supplementation doesn’t work. There was no discussion. What video are you watching ?

    2. @fiddleyNot only have we established you have a reading comprehension problem, but a memory issue as well.
      It was you, who suggested I have a small brain, and can’t comprehend a little video on supplementation.
      However, you have also established you have little to no education on any topic, so tell me, what is your scientific background?

    3. @Peter Harris Christ on a bike, you do like throwing the insults around don’t you. You started by calling the uploader a fool because you couldn’t get any useful info from the video, whereas in actual fact it’s perfectly clear to anyone. Then I have a reading comprehension problem and now I’m gormless. Well, I’ve already made my points above. Perhaps you’d like to continue embarrassing yourself on the internet.

    4. @fiddley And yet, you’re so gormless, you don’t realize you’re just reinforcing my argument.

    5. ​@Peter Harris 0:23 there’s the meta-analysis on which his conclusions are based. Go read it. It may help if you have a “comprehension problem” with the ensuing “few minutes” in the video.

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