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NPA supports bill to allow WIC benefits to be used for multivitamins

The proposed bill, sponsored by Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA), would expand access to multivitamin dietary supplements for purchase as part of the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children (WIC).  The WIC program, which is  administered by the United States Department of Agriculture , provides Federal grants to States for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

As matters stand, these benefits can be used for many kinds of food products of dubious health value, including sugar-sweetened breakfast cereals, but supplements are excluded. Which makes little sense to NPA president and CEO Dan Fabricant, PhD.

Why should you be able to buy Dora the Explorer cereal but not a Nature s Way Children s Chewable vitamin?

Does a multivitamin have the same benefits as a super healthy diet?

Just curious. Who's better off? The people who follow rigid super healthy diets with 100 servings of fruits and veggies and this and that every day with no multivitamin? Or the average joe who eats decent meals (fast food sometimes) and takes a multivitamin?


Depends on a lot of things, but as a whole the person who eats right should be better off ... it stands to reason that a person that eats healthy will be better off than a person that eats junk food and a vitamin. However, there will always be some few


well yes and no..... Food is easier assimulated by the body to absorb nutrients because it is natural.. but, in order to get most of what we need from food, it should be more organic, not over cooked... and these days relying just on food is not very


A healthy diet is going to be better cause its natural!!

But if you're an average joe, you'd be better off with the vitamins, if you aren't getting a nutritious diet.

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What are the benefits of taking a multivitamin?

i am a teenage girl and i'm going to take one a day teen advantage for her multivitamin, what are the benefits?

some questions i was wondering

-will i lose any weight? (i want to)
-will my hair and skin be healthier?


None, unless you are lacking that particular vitamin. Barring folic acid in pregnancy, there is no evidence to support routine vitamin supplementation.

If you are eating a balanced diet, there is almost certainly no need to take it.


None, unless you are lacking that particular vitamin. Barring folic acid in pregnancy, there is no evidence to support routine vitamin supplementation.

If you are eating a balanced diet, there is almost certainly no need to take it.


it will have no effect at all if you are eating properly. If you're not eating properly then get help for that.

Remember your 5-a-day just like the doctors tell you.