Survey reveals knowledge gap
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryA survey released Dec. 13 by the National Women's Health Resource Center determines although 51 percent of the people surveyed take a multivitamin, most do not know which vitamins and minerals are essential for their bodies or which are responsible for specific functions in the body. Based on 1,009 online interviews research firm Ipsos conducted with adults from 25 to 65 years old across the U.S., "we are concerned by their lack of knowledge - especially among women, who are more likely to take an active role in maintaining their family's health," says Elizabeth Battaglino Cahill, a nurse and executive VP of NWHRC. Survey results show 49 percent of Americans are very or somewhat concerned about low density lipoprotein cholesterol, but only 24 percent understand taking a vitamin with phytosterols can help lower LDL. Also, when asked to choose from a list of vitamins which one can help maintain healthy eyesight, only 27 percent of participants correctly identified vitamin A...
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