Many Multivitamins Don't Have Nutrients Claimed in Label

A recent review of many popular multivitamins, by, reveals that a lot of them do not have the nutrients claimed on the label.

Out of thirty-eight tested, thirteen had too much or too little of the ingredients listed or were improperly labeled.

"We found a wide range in the quality of multivitamins," said Dr. Tod Cooperman, president of the company."

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