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Those Supplements Pills Don't Work As Thought

Those Supplements Pills Don't Work As Thought

  • In the context of an overall healthy diet, there are limits to the health benefits of supplementation.
  • Therefore, it would be best to try to increase our consumption of plant foods, whole grains and oily fish.
  • There might be a role for the targeted use of supplements to help protect brain health and support mood.

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