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Supermarket own brand varieties are far cheaper and the constituents are generally the same.

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Utter waste of money, unless you're deficient in a specific vitamin, which you probably aren't. How on earth do they get away with this anymore?
evostick4703/09/2018 09:16

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2018/05/31/vitamin-supplements-no-good/#.W4ztgHMo-dM


The comments on that are more interesting than the article
Shard3 m ago

The comments on that are more interesting than the article


It was just an example. There are thousands of published peices of scientific research that show these things are largely useless. Some actually show they can be harmful!
Shard03/09/2018 09:49

The comments on that are more interesting than the article


I've just read some! Wow. A lot of keyboard warriors with tin foil hats.
evostick4703/09/2018 09:55

I've just read some! Wow. A lot of keyboard warriors with tin foil hats.


The scientific article is : "Supplemental Vitamins and Minerals for CVD Prevention and Treatment" (although it later mentions general mortality)
The magazine headline is "Yet Another Study Says Vitamin Supplements Are Worthless"

The comments point out that you can't draw the magazines conclusion from the science article's conclusion as that study specifically targets CVD prevention. They may or may not have value but you can't draw the magazine's conclusion from the study.

(got my anti-Daily Mail hat on, see the book Bad Science for details)
Edited by: "Shard" 3rd Sep 2018
evostick4703/09/2018 09:16

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2018/05/31/vitamin-supplements-no-good/#.W4ztgHMo-dM


I could post a link saying you're a muppet, but that doesn't make it so.
Don't believe everything you read, like the comments say, Discovery magazine exist to get headlines, the study is flawed, only takes on certain criteria. Lighten up, if everyone debated a deal on its ethical and medicinal benefits, there would be no deals.
Sharpharp03/09/2018 10:11

I could post a link saying you're a muppet, but that doesn't make it …I could post a link saying you're a muppet, but that doesn't make it so.Don't believe everything you read, like the comments say, Discovery magazine exist to get headlines, the study is flawed, only takes on certain criteria. Lighten up, if everyone debated a deal on its ethical and medicinal benefits, there would be no deals.


If you had a independent team of scientists carry out double blind experiments that concluded I was a muppet, then those experiments were repeated again and again and came to the same conclusions. Then it would be a fact, and would be true.

Like the research into these.

You should be bothered that these have no medical benefits. You're being conned. In fact, they don't really make any medical claim on the packets of these things, which pretty much sums it up. It says, for busy people. We're all busy people.
evostick4703/09/2018 10:20

If you had a independent team of scientists carry out double blind …If you had a independent team of scientists carry out double blind experiments that concluded I was a muppet, then those experiments were repeated again and again and came to the same conclusions. Then it would be a fact, and would be true.Like the research into these.You should be bothered that these have no medical benefits. You're being conned. In fact, they don't really make any medical claim on the packets of these things, which pretty much sums it up. It says, for busy people. We're all busy people.


It's pence. It may help, it may not. But for the sake of such a small cost why not.
Shard9 h, 5 m ago

The scientific article is : "Supplemental Vitamins and Minerals for CVD …The scientific article is : "Supplemental Vitamins and Minerals for CVD Prevention and Treatment" (although it later mentions general mortality)The magazine headline is "Yet Another Study Says Vitamin Supplements Are Worthless"The comments point out that you can't draw the magazines conclusion from the science article's conclusion as that study specifically targets CVD prevention. They may or may not have value but you can't draw the magazine's conclusion from the study.(got my anti-Daily Mail hat on, see the book Bad Science for details)


Dr Ben goldacre is a legend
Aquacadabra3rd Sep

It's pence. It may help, it may not. But for the sake of such a small cost …It's pence. It may help, it may not. But for the sake of such a small cost why not.


Problem is some of the vitamins especially the fat soluble ones can be toxic in excess.
everything in moderation
evostick473rd Sep

I've just read some! Wow. A lot of keyboard warriors with tin foil hats.



Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
bsrizwan05/09/2018 22:04

Hope you’re well


I feel great! Because I'm not wasting my money on totally useless pseudo science rubbish. You ok?
evostick4705/09/2018 22:05

I feel great! Because I'm not wasting my money on totally useless pseudo … I feel great! Because I'm not wasting my money on totally useless pseudo science rubbish. You ok?


Oh I’m great too as I’ve just taken a vitamin tablet and I can feel the difference. Like an energy boost. Maybe useless to you but others may feel the difference
bsrizwan8 h, 55 m ago

Oh I’m great too as I’ve just taken a vitamin tablet and I can feel the dif …Oh I’m great too as I’ve just taken a vitamin tablet and I can feel the difference. Like an energy boost. Maybe useless to you but others may feel the difference


Look up placebo in the dictionary
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