Medical study on the most important conditions for the use of vitamins

April 10, 2019
Medical study on the most important conditions for the use of vitamins Medical study on the most important conditions for the use of vitamins

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The researchers, under the supervision of Fang Fang Shang of Boston University, published the results of the study in the current issue of the journal "Anals of Internal Medicine" for internal medicine research.

The researchers linked statistical data for the US National Health and Nutrition Research Program, covering the period between 1999 and 2010 and US death records in the same period. More than 30,000 adults in the program reported on their diet and dietary supplements.

The researchers monitored the amounts of vitamins and minerals that the Americans ate in their normal diet, ignored the amounts in the supplements, and were able to classify doses of certain nutrients depending on their source (both natural food and supplements).

Vitamin K and manganese intake is associated with a reduced risk of dying from heart and circulatory disease, while excessive intake of vitamin K and manganese is associated with reduced risk of death from heart and circulatory disease, Calcium is linked to the risk of cancer.

The researchers said that the intake of vitamins and minerals mentioned above is not healthy unless the source of natural food; but calcium supplements can be dangerous if exceeded more than 1000 mg a day.

Margaret Richter, of the German Nutrition Society in Bonn, said she sees the study as confirmation of what has already been known for years about dietary supplements. "It is absolutely useless to prescribe vitamins and mineral salts on the body."

She advised Richter to abandon these elements if there is no shortage of these elements, and in any case coordinate with the doctor concerned about these supplements.

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