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Stuck at K: we know very little about vitamins except that they’re good for us (in small quantities)

A review of The Vitamin Complex by Catherine Price points out our basic ignorance about some of the body’s essential nutrients

21 March 2015

9:00 AM

21 March 2015

9:00 AM

The Vitamin Complex Catherine Price

Oneworld, pp.318, £11.99

Before I read this book about vitamins, I thought I knew what it would be like. It would be vaguely reassuring. It would tell me that I was consuming the right vitamins, but perhaps in the wrong quantities. Medically speaking, I expected it to point me in a certain direction.

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