Translation: Vitamins such as A, C, E and B-vitamins have been added to that box of cereal, that box of cookies, that package of snacks, etc.

“Science shows that separating vitamins and minerals from one food and putting them in another doesn’t offer the same disease-fighting benefits,” says Dr. Rose.

 You should aim to get your vitamins, minerals and antioxidants from whole foods, including fruits, vegetables, dairy, whole grains and lean meats.

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