I was wondering, if you are a doctor, do you take classes/training on vitamins, minerals, supplements in general? I have been doing research on the benefits of taking them, I already do, and I noticed that any doctors that I have ever come in contact with never talk about them. The last time I saw my doctor, I brought in an article about vitamin c, he glanced at it for 2 seconds, handed it back and I said he could keep it to read and he shoved it in my file. Then he wrote out a bunch of prescriptions.
I know that we (in general) eat horrible foods, loaded with preservatives and chemicals, and we rarely get the type of vitamins and minerals that you should get from eating good food, so why aren't doctors interesting in helping people fill the gaps in their nutrition? Is it lack of knowledge or some crazy conspiracy?