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Get a clear message to the consumer: Multivitamins are good for your health.

Kudos to Steve Mister for this article. It is not in anyone's best interest to confuse the consumer. Consumers do not understand one multivitamin is good and another is bad. Conflicting information only creates confusion and confusion leads the consumer away. So, let's be clear -- Multivitamins are a healthy choice!

Posted by Randi Neiner
31 October 2012 | 01h15

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