What apparent effect does taking vitamin C supplement have on our lifespan?
Last year we learned that vitamin A and vitamin E supplements weren’t just a waste of money, but you were actually paying to live, on average, a shorter life, whereas vitamin D supplements were shown to increase one’s lifespan.
Let’s keep filling in the alphabet: vitamin C. Did scientists just discover that vitamin C supplements shorten our lifespan? Don’t do anything to our lifespan? Or do vitamin C supplements enable us to live longer?
No effect on lifespan, heart attack risk, or cancer risk—just, apparently, a waste of money.
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