CRN on dietary guidelines
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A recommendation for multivitamins should be included in USDA Dietary Guidelines, the Council for Responsible Nutrition urges in Sept. 21 comments submitted to HHS. CRN President Annette Dickinson suggests the sentence "consider a daily multivitamin" be added to USDA's existing nine recommendations. "We believe the committee has not sufficiently recognized the role of dietary supplements as a convenient, economical and nearly calori-free tool for improving nutrient intake," Dickinson said...
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