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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Vargas and welcome to 20/20 in touch. Trying to find a way to cut back on your spending, maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve been buying. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health.

 

24-year-old graduate student Ashley Mason is the picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday. And she takes supplements to prevent health problem as she gets older.

 

Stop wrinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. It all sounds like a very good idea to me. In fact, Ashley takes nearly a dozen different pills everyday. Every week, I sort them into this order.

 

But Ashley is not a fanatic. Millions of people follow a regiment like this. Last year American spent 22.5 billion dollars on dietary supplements, hoping to buy protection against the whole range of illnesses. This is what Ashley is counting on to keep her healthy. A multi-vitamin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, calcium, B-vitamins, magnesium, glucosamine and vitamin E. It’s expensive, but she believes it’s an investment in her health.

 

It’s a lot of money for a graduate student to be paying every month for medication, when it’s not even really medication, I’m not sick. Physically, Ashley feels fine. It’s her pocketbook that hurts. A student on a tight budget, she's scraping together a thousand dollars a year for all her supplements. and since the manufactures don’t have to prove to consumers that any of this stuff actually works, 20/20 set out to see if taking all these pills is smart medicine. Doctor Eric Rime of the Harvard School of Public Health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide a sort of safety net against the-less-than-perfect diet.

 

If you’re really on a generic mouthful vitamin, which I think is probably enough for most people if you’re taking a supplement, the only thing, well I would think, that may be benefit would be taking vitamin D.

 

Vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin because it’s made when sunlight hits your skin.

Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Vargas and welcome to 20/20 in touch.

 

Trying to find a way to cut back on your spending, maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve been buying. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health.

 

24-year-old graduate student Ashley Mason is the picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday. And she takes supplements to prevent health problem as she gets older.

 

Stop wrinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. It all sounds like a very good idea to me.

 

In fact, Ashley takes nearly a dozen different pills everyday.

 

Every week, I sort them into this order.

 

But Ashley is not a finale. Millions of people follow a regiment like this. Last year American spent 22.5 billion dollars on dietary supplements, hoping to buy protection against the whole range of illnesses. This is what Ashley is counting on to keep her healthy. A multi-vitamin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, calcium, B-vitamins, magnesium, glucosamine and vitamin E. It’s expensive, but she believes it’s an investment in her health.
 
It’s a lot of money for a graduate student to be paying every month for medication,
when besides it’s not even medication, I’m not sick.

 

Physically, Ashley feels fine. It’s her pocketbook that hurts. A student on a tight budget, she's scraping together a thousand dollars a year for all her supplements. and since the manufactures don’t have to prove to consumers that any of this stuff actually works, 20/20 set out to see if taking all these pills is a smart analysis.

 

Doctor Eric Rime of the Harvard School of Public Health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide a sort of safety net against the-less-than-perfect diet.

 

If you’re really on a generic mouthful vitamin, which I think is probably enough for most people if you’re taking a supplement, the only thing, well I would think, there may be /benefit would be taking vitamin D.

 

Vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin because it’s made when sunlight gets your skin.

 

Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

 

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Far. Welcome to 20-20 IN Touch.

 

Try to find a way to cut back on your spending? Maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplement even by. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial help.

 

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Physically, Ashlie feels fine. It’s the pocket that hurts. A student on a tight budget she spent together a 1,000 dollars a year for all the supplements. And since the manufactures don’t have to prove consumers that they any of these drug actually work. Is smart medicine. S. Green with the Harward public health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide the sort of safety net than the against the least perfect diet.

 

To really on a gymnastic multi-vitamin what I think is probably enough for most people to take in the supplement. The only thing what I was thinking that maybe benefit will be taken by vitamin D. Vitamin D, the so-call sun vitamin because is made when sunlight hits the skin.

 

Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Vargas and welcome to 20/20 in touch. Trying to find a way to cut back on your spending, maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve been buying. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health.

 

24-year-old graduate student Ashley Mason is the picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday. And she takes supplements to prevent health problems as she gets older.Stop wrinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. It all sounds like a very good idea to me.In fact, Ashley takes nearly a dozen different pills everyday.Every week, I sort them into this order.

 

But Ashley is not a fanatic. Millions of people follow a regiment like this. Last year American spent 22.5 billion dollars on dietary supplements, hoping to buy protection against the whole range of illnesses. This is what Ashley is counting on to keep her healthy. A multi-vitamin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, calcium, B-vitamins, magnesium, glucosamine and vitamin E. It’s expensive, but she believes it’s an investment in her health. 

It’s a lot of money for a graduate student to be paying every month for medication, when it’s not even really medication, I’m not sick.

Physically, Ashley feels fine. It’s her pocketbook that hurts. A student on a tight budget, she's scraping together a thousand dollars a year for all her supplements. and since the manufactures don’t have to prove to consumers that any of this stuff actually works, 20/20 set out to see if taking all these pills is smart medicine.Doctor Eric Rime of the Harvard School of Public Health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide a sort of safety net against the-less-than-perfect diet.

 

If you’re really on a generic mouthful vitamin, which I think is probably enough for most people if you’re taking a supplement, the only thing well I would think, that may be benefit would be taking vitamin D.

Vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin because it’s made when sunlight hits your skin.Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Bargas. Welcome to 2020 in touch.

Try to find a way to cut back on your spending.  Maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve buy.

Dr. Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health.

24-year-old graduate student, Ashley , is a picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday and she picks supplements to prevent health problems as she can ?.

Stop brinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. It all sounds a every good idea to me.

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Every week I sort them into this sorter.

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If you are really on a genetic multiable vitamin, which I think it’s probably enough for most of people of taking supplements. The only thing I were thinking maybe benefit would be taking vitamin D.

Vitamin D is so-called “sunshine vitamin” because it’s made when sunlight enters skin. Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.          

 

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Vargas and welcome to 20/20 in touch. Trying to find a way to cut back on your spending, maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve been buying. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health. 24-year-old graduate student Ashley Mason is the picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday. And she takes supplements to prevent health problems as she gets older. Stop wrinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. It all sounds like a very good idea to me. In fact, Ashley takes nearly a dozen different pills everyday. Every week, I sort them into this sorter. But Ashley is not a fanatic. Millions of people follow a regiment like this. Last year American spent 22.5 billion dollars on dietary supplements, hoping to buy protection against the whole range of illnesses. This is what Ashley is counting on to keep her healthy. A multi-vitamin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, calcium, B-vitamins, magnesium, glucosamine and vitamin E. It’s expensive, but she believes it’s an investment in her health. It’s a lot of money for a graduate student to be paying every month for medication, when it’s not even really medication, I’m not sick. Physically, Ashley feels fine. It’s her pocketbook that hurts. A student on a tight budget, she's scraping together a thousand dollars a year for all her supplements. and since the manufactures don’t have to prove to consumers that any of this stuff actually works, 20/20 set out to see if taking all these pills is smart medicine. Doctor Eric Rime of the Harvard School of Public Health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide a sort of safety net against the-less-than-perfect diet. If you’re really on a generic mouthful vitamin, which I think is probably enough for most people if you’re taking a supplement, the only thing, well I would think, that maybe benefit would be taking vitamin D. Vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin because it’s made when sunlight hits your skin. Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

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Hello, I’m Elizabeth Vargas and welcome to 20/20 in touch.

 

Trying to find a way to cut back on your spending, maybe you can save on all those vitamin supplements you’ve been buying. Doctor Tim Johnson has a new prescription for your physical and financial health.

 

24-year-old graduate student Ashley Mason is the picture of health. She does everything possible to stay that way. She watches her diet, exercises everyday. And she takes supplements to prevent health problem as she gets older.

 

Stop wrinkles before they start. Take these pills before you get sick. And it all sounds like a very good idea to me.

 

In fact, Ashley takes nearly a dozen different pills everyday.

 

Every week, I sort them into this sorter.

 

But Ashley is not a finale. Millions of people follow a regiment like this. Last year American spent 22.5 billion dollars on dietary supplements, hoping to buy a protection against the whole range of illnesses. This is what Ashley is counting on to keep her healthy. A multi-vitamin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, calcium, B-vitamins, magnesium, glucosamine and vitamin E. It’s expensive, but she believes it’s an investment in her health.
 
It’s a lot of money for a graduate student to be paying every month for medication, while it’s not even really medication, I’m not sick.

 

Physically, Ashley feels fine. It’s her pocketbook that hurts. A student on a tight budget, she's scraping together a thousand dollars a year for all her supplements. And since the manufactures don’t have to prove to consumers that any of this stuff actually works, 20/20 set out to see if taking all these pills is / smart medicine.

 

Doctor Eric Rimm of the Harvard School of Public Health says a simple multi-vitamin can provide a sort of safety net against the less-than-perfect diet.

 

If you’re really on a generic mouthful vitamin which I think is probably enough for most people if you’re taking a supplement. The only thing where I would think there may be benefit would be taking from...er, will be taking vitamin D.

 

Vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin because it’s made when sunlight gets your skin.

 

Every tissue and cell in your body needs vitamin D for maximum health.

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