13 October 2010

Kids and vitamin supplements

Do vitamin and mineral supplements improve your child's health? Find out what a dietician thinks.


Are our kids getting enough valuable nutrients from what we feed them every day, is it possible to over-supplement their diets - and how many foods are already fortified with extra vitamins? 

Find out what a dietician has to say about giving your children vitamins and mineral supplements – the good, the bad and the unnecessary.

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(Joanne Hart, Health24, October 2010)

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