Experts argue obsession with supplements overlooks importance of real food and nutrient density.
Supplements are a $40 billion industry in America, promising everything from bulging biceps to a sharp mind well into our golden years. The allure is understandable; who wouldn’t want an easy shortcut to physical strength and mental sharpness?
However, some experts argue the obsession with vitamin pills and protein powders has gone too far, fostering the myth that popping a multivitamin can make up for a less-than-ideal diet and other dietary shortcomings. Real food should, instead, take center stage.
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