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Vitamins: What They Do and What They Don't Do (Health & nutrition) by Rosemary Stanton

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  • ISBN 10 1864483199
  • ISBN 13 9781864483192
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 228
  • Language English
  • Publisher Allen & Unwin

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Explains what vitamins can and can't do, where you find them in the food chain, how much you need, when larger quantities are important and how much is safe to take from supplements. The book also looks at the effects on vitamins of cooking and processing foods and discusses whether or not it is possible to get enough vitamins from food alone.

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Vitamins: What They Do and What They Don't Do (Health & nutrition)

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