It sounds like a great idea: Store your vitamins inside the refrigerator to keep them as fresh as possible. But unless you bought your vitamins or supplements in the refrigerated section at the store, you should avoid doing this. Contrary to tips online, vitamins need to be kept in a cool and dry place, and a refrigerator is actually cool and humid; the excess moisture of a fridge can destroy the efficacy and freshness of vitamins. Instead, keep your vitamins in their containers, make sure the caps are secure, and store them on your kitchen countertop.
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