Multivitamin and dietary supplement use for heart disease and cancer prevention lacks sufficient evidence
(dailyRx News) Multivitamins and dietary supplements are common among adults in the United States. But these vitamins and supplements might not be as beneficial as people thought.
The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recently announced that there is not enough evidence to determine the effectiveness of taking vitamins and minerals to prevent heart disease and cancer.
The Task Force suggested that healthcare professionals should use their best judgment and consider their patients’ health history and opinions when discussing whether or not to take vitamins and minerals.
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