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Date: 2009-06-09 01:42 pm (UTC)
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Thanks. I agree that a good balanced diet should be enough for most people (unless they are deficient in something particular, or under particular stress). But when I start talking to doctors and others about specific ones, it gets as confusing, and as unbelievable at times, as talking about herbs or supplements.

What I'm also wary of, though, is allowing my belief and/or skepticism be skewed too much by my country (US). Just because the FDA doesn't get behind something, does that mean it's useless? As mentioned in my other comment. St. Johns Wort is decried here, but well researched and accepted in other countries. I also understand that chiropractic care is either accepted or written off as pointless depending on country.

Anyway, it's all academic. I take minimal vitamins just to cover my bases (because I don't eat as well as I should).
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