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Vitamin Megatherapy and Respectful Skepticism


My father was a small-town pharmacist, and he always told us that vitamins beyond what our bodies need are excreted out of our systems. So why now, many decades later, is that commonsense lesson so little known and heeded? Billons of dollars are spent on unneeded and worthless megavitamin therapy, and the craze continues. In our cover story, medical researcher Reynold Spector examines this situation, especially regarding irrational use of megavitamins C and E. A noted clinical pharmacologist and former research scientist into the inner workings of the blood-brain and blood–cerebrospinal fluid barriers, Spector is in a good position to judge the misinformation and misrepresentations about megavitamin therapy.

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