When I took it on the chin from an uninformed doctor

Well, there are days when you get unfairly criticized.  This is nothing new to this journalist.  The antagonist was a doctor.  He asserted vitamin pills are worthless and no one should take dietary supplements unless they undergo a blood test to confirm a true deficiency.  The authoritarian doctor branded this journalist a “public danger.”  He claimed I had no training.  You can read the garbled logic.  [MD Prevent]

Of course, blood tests for nutrient levels only reflect recent intake of nutrients and for iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamin B12 and other nutrients, blood levels may appear in the normally- found range (reference range), but then again, a majority of the population may be deficient when skews what is normal.  You can read some of the studies showing blood tests for zinc, iron, magnesium, B12, are inaccurate.

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