Even if this cruciferous vegetable hasn’t won your heart, you’ve surely heard about kale, the nutritional superstar. If you look up the topic of healthy eating, clean eating, vegetarianism, or green smoothies (just to name a few), you’ll find talk… Read More
Multiple sclerosis patients may benefit from higher vitamin D dosage levels. Research has found that high dose vitamin D3 for multiple sclerosis patients may help regulate the body’s hyperactive immune response. The findings come from researchers at Johns Hopkins.
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Presented at the Society for Endocrinology annual conference, researchers reported that taking a daily vitamin D supplement may help improve exercise performance and lower risk of heart disease. In addition to controlling calcium and phosphate in the blood Vitamin D… Read More
You may want to fill up on more sweet potatoes, butternut squash and those dark leafy greens. That’s because a lack of vitamin A – usually found in these foods – could be behind type 2 diabetes.
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We all know the importance of getting our daily amount of vitamins and nutrients, but it’s not always easy to consume the right foods to take in the recommended dose.
The idea of taking one pill is considered an easy… Read More
Hair loss is surprisingly common – and not just among men. Women can also lose their hair, which can be very noticeable. While most people associate hair loss with men, balding can strike anywhere, at any time, and with any… Read More
More than 1/3 of all Americans take multivitamins. Many people take them just as added assurance that they are getting all of the essential vitamins and minerals that their bodies need in order to function properly, which certainly can’t hurt.… Read More