I read the following paragraph in your vitamin article:
"The Puerto Rican study, which was not published in a peer-reviewed journal, looked at the capacity of DNA to repair itself in the face of damage. A low DNA repair capacity has previously been linked to cancer risk, said Jaime Matta at the Ponce School of Medicine. Researchers surveyed 268 breast cancer patients and 457 healthy controls and took samples from them to analyze their DNA repair capacity."
If you paid me one million dollars, I could not tell you what any of that means. Thusly discouraged, I did not read the rest of the article very closely, but I think I'm supposed to move to Japan or Sweden and eat a lot of broccoli.
Whatever is contained in the article, you will likely disapprove of the amount of vitamins I take.
I took that video three years ago and have since run out of vitamins. Fortunately for me, my vitamin company is running another sale.
That is all.
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