Supplementation During COVID-19? An Industry Perspective
Feature: Should consumers be turning to food supplements to support their immune systems during the COVID-19 epidemic? HBW Insight speaks to Professor David Richardson, scientific adviser to the Council for Responsible Nutrition UK and Nick Bennett, head of Nutrition at IVC Brunel Healthcare Ltd.
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