For those of who are concerned about what is said in the publications released by Paul Offit, M.D.
1. "Do You Believe in Magic?: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine", Harper, Hardcover Version, 18-June-2013, ISBN-13: 978-0062222961
2. Offit PA, "Killing You Softly: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine", Fourth Estate, Kindle Version, 20-June-2013
3. Offit PA, "Vitamins: stop taking the pills: Vitamin supplements are good for you, right? Wrong, says a new book - they're a multibillion-pound con and in high doses can increase your risk of heart disease and cancer", The Guardian, 7-June-2013
4. Offit PA, "Don't Take Your Vitamins", The New York Times , 8-June-2013
Dr. Offit is both deceptive and incorrect about what he says.
For detailed reviews that debunk the nonsense that he attempts to feed us, please see these three articles:
And to confirm, I have not seen a negative vitamin article that was accurate or true.
Every one of them is easily debunked.
There is a section on my website, called Nutrition In The Press: Corrections that contains over 80 rebuttals to such studies.
It is viewable at: http://www.michaelmooney.net/#corrections