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The answer is a resounding YES if you consult this groovy new infographic created by the geniuses at Information is Beautiful.

The graphic uses information from PubMed to show the scientific evidence behind a long list of hyped dietary supplements. (Shout out to SocialWorkout.com for clueing us into this educational time suck).

If you aren’t able to steal away from work to attend one of Manu Dawson’s legendary vitamin and supplement seminars at Integral Yoga Natural Foods, reading this chart is a worthy substitute. Or at least a whole lot more productive than catching up on Perez Hilton.