Excess Vitamins, Suffered by Supplements Drinkers

Excess vitamin estimated suffered by those who took daily supplements to increase intake of minerals in the body. Excess "things" whether it was also able to increase health risks.

According to a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, most people who regularly consume supplements have a good diet anyway, so in fact their vitamin they needed have enough from food that consumed.

In some cases, people who diligently take supplements suffer from excess minerals such as iron, which in later life can trigger health problems.

"You should choose a supplement that is needed, but not to exceed the recommended daily levels,"
said Regan Bailey, a nutrition researcher from the National Institutes of Health.

Bailey and his team conducted a survey to measure dietary mineral intake of 8860 men and women who participated in a national survey in the United States between 2003-2006.

The respondents who reported taking a daily supplement that contains 8 essential minerals, like calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, and copper, tend to get sufficient amounts from their diet. This is especially true in women.

Bailey explains, people who take supplements tend to eat more healthy and have a good lifestyle.

However, in general, the respondents tended to calcium intake is low, including in those who drank mineral supplements.

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