Vitamins keep living cells young: Linus Pauling, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, was so convinced of their efficacy that he consumed almost 18 grams of pure vitamin C a day. Whether that explains why he lived to be over 90 is debatable, though. One thing is certain: the body cannot function for long without vitamins, minerals or trace elements. And scientists keep discovering new health-promoting ingredients in plants that make the body resistant to environmental stress, prevent certain diseases or even slow the aging process.
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