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Barnard, Neal D.
January 2011
Vegetarian Times;Jan/Feb2011, Issue 382, p30
The article presents questions and answers related to multivitamins including how to choose a quality multivitamin, whether or not individuals who eat a healthful vegetarian diet need a multivitamin, and the benefits to choosing individual multivitamins.


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