Study From NHIS Data Deems Multivitamin Health Benefits As Wishful Thinking; CRN Disagrees
Study by Harvard Medical researchers comparing self-reported and clinically measurable health outcomes among 4,933 MVM users and 16,670 other consumers found users self-reported 30% better overall health. CRN says the study provides only a “snapshot in time” of usage and doesn’t shed light on causality.
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