Vitamins
Multivitamins and multi-minerals are the most commonly used supplements in the world. Their popularity has increased rapidly in the past few decades. 
 
Some people believe that multivitamins can improve health, compensate for poor eating habits, and even reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases.
 
Multivitamins are supplements that contain different vitamins and minerals. They’re available in various forms. In addition to vitamins and minerals, multivitamins may contain herbs, amino acids, and fatty acids — though the amount and number of nutrients can vary.
 
While some studies indicate that people who take multivitamins have a lower risk of heart disease, others have found no connection. Overall, the evidence is mixed. Multivitamins may help improve your memory and mood. What’s more, antioxidant vitamins and minerals may help slow the progression of certain diseases that cause blindness.
 
Some individuals, including older adults, vegetarians, and vegans, may need higher amounts of certain vitamins or minerals. If you have a nutrient deficiency, it’s best to supplement with that specific nutrient. Multivitamins pack many nutrients, most of which you may not need. It may be best to speak with your healthcare provider to decide your best course of action.
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