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Vitamin supplements may not be as beneficial as you thought

Vitamin supplements that are not under medical supervision can lead to serious health problems.

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Vitamin supplements may not be as beneficial as you thought

Vitamin supplements that are not under medical supervision can lead to serious health problems. In a report released today by the USPSTF, an independent advisory platform, it warned that this product prevents you from getting the desired effect. Experience has shown that it can increase tissue inflammation and accelerate oxidative stress. This could also lead to premature aging. They also recall that both phenomena are closely related to two major groups of diseases in the West: cardiovascular diseases and cancers.

Uncontrolled vitamin intake is a serious problem in the United States. It is not a trivial matter in Spain. Javier Aranceta, president of the Scientific Committee of Spanish Society of Community Nutrition (SENC), warns that "not much less" is the correct response. 52% of adults in this country of stars and stripes admitted to having taken a dietary supplements in the last 30 days. This is according to a study published in JAMA (the official publication of the country’s Medical Association). 31% of those surveyed said that multivitamins or minerals were an added reinforcement to their diet.

There has been a tradition in our country of thinking that, while the situation is serious, it does not have the same scale as what is happening across the Atlantic. Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU), has disproved this belief. The OCU's own research revealed that 4 out 10 legal-aged Spaniards use this product without professional supervision. Aranceta reminds us that it is not the same thing to get the nutrients from food as to take in synthetic vitamins.

It is possible for the body to have certain nutritional deficiencies. Another thing is that it can also receive a supplement of any type. A professional must make the decision to use a health product, which includes a vitamin supplement. The analysis should also reveal the deficiencies and the need. Aranceta, president of the Royal Academy of Medicine of the Basque Country, says that this problem has been ongoing for many years.

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USATF) is the country's most trusted source for diagnosis, treatment and counseling. This platform provides professional guidance and rigorous analyses on a variety of issues. He warns about the dangers of consuming too much beta-carotene or vitamin E to prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer.

They warn that "the current evidence is not sufficient to make such recommendations." In its appeal, the organization reminds that inflammation and oxidative stresses play a major role in the appearances of the most deadly diseases for humans.

The FDA has issued a warning about this in accordance with the notice. They warn that although nutritional supplements can be beneficial for health, they may pose risks to your health. They also recall that Vitamin K can decrease the anticoagulant drug's effectiveness; antioxidants can lower the effects of chemotherapy; St. John's Wort, which blooms on these dates, reduces antidepressant drugs' effectiveness, anti-HIV drugs and immunosuppressants used in transplant recipients. Contraceptives... "A healthy, balanced diet, according to the Mediterranean diet patterns, is the best way to strengthen our natural defenses," says Javier Aranceta, a specialist.

According to the OCU, 4 out 10 Spanish adults use vitamins arbitrarily.

In 2020, 23% of these consumers spent more than 151 euros on such a product.

Another unknown risk: Many foods, particularly cereals and breakfast beverages, contain higher amounts of vitamins. FDA warns that you may be eating more than you think.

Extra consumption means extra risk. The US agency recalls in its most recent report that excessive vitamin A can lead to headaches, liver damage, bone loss, and birth defects. An excess of iron can cause nausea and damage to the liver and other organs.

Expert Advice Search for beta-carotene, which is found in carrots, bell peppers, green vegetables, and squash. According to Javier Aranceta, the best antioxidants are found in red fruits.

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