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There is a lot of talk about the comparative advantages and disadvantages of synthetic versus whole-food vitamins, and there are passionate believers and ardent supporters on both sides within the industry. Those on the side of synthetic vitamins argue that there is no evidence that natural vitamins work or that they are better than synthetic vitamins, and question whether it matters that vitamins are synthetic or whole-food as long as they work as intended to minimize deficiency risk and support good health. Staunch supporters of whole-food vitamins, the kind of vitamins that are concentrated from authentic whole foods, respond that there may not be any scientific evidence that whole-food vitamins work or that they are substantially better, but there is certainly sufficient evidence synthetic vitamins don’t work and that they are not safe.
There are plenty of good reasons why consumers should avoid synthetic vitamins. We put together this simple infographic to count our top ten. For more detailed information regarding whole-food vitamins vs. synthetic vitamins, check out our Clean Label section.
Ten Reasons to Steer Clear of Synthetic Vitamin Isolates
To view the complete article, visit our Clean Label section.