A vitamin a day may do more harm than good

by louabbott on January 19, 2007

msnbc.com – Updated January 19, 2007

If you’re banking on a daily vitamin to make up for any deficiencies in your diet, you may be getting a whole lot more — or less — than you bargained for.

Of 21 brands of multivitamins on the market in the United States and Canada selected by ConsumerLab.com and tested by independent laboratories, just 10 met the stated claims on their labels or satisfied other quality standards.

In other findings, Eniva VIBE, a multivitamin liquid sold in packets, had only 54 percent of the claimed vitamin A.

Read the entire article at msnbc.com

Also, read our company overview:  Eniva Facts, News and Review

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