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With so many health benefits to offer, liver deserves a second chance.
You're not doing yourself any favors by skipping out on eating your leafy greens. Supplementation alone doesn't cut it.
If you've never heard of the green plant purslane and how it relates to good nutrition, this article may be worth a read.
Taking a multivitamin is a common health recommendation, but are they doing your body more harm than good?
Researchers wanted to see how vitamin D levels correlated with power, speed, and cardiovascular ability in elite soccer players.
Multivitamins have come under fire lately, but new research suggests they may have redeeming qualities.
A recent research review sought to eliminate any confounding variables that create bias in supplement studies.
Recently an article stirred some debate about multivitamins. Are they really worth the money? The best way to find out is to read the studies ourselves and decide.
The B vitamins are a family of nutrients that work to produce positive effects from maintaining healthy skin to maintaining a positive mood.
Why is vitamin D important and where do we get it from? Here are six articles to enlighten you about this incredible vitamin.
It's important we eat enough fruits and veggies. Here are the reasons why, and here are some of the best (and tastiest!) ways to get them in every day.
This week, in part six of my series on the ins and outs of vitamins, we will look at the mood influencing, body clock regulator known as vitamin B6.
Vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, is the fourth of eight B vitamins. It is essential for the creation of fats in the body, which is a good thing.
Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is the third of eight B vitamins. Niacin can help you lower your blood cholesterol as well as help with the metabolism of insulin.
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, plays a large role in maintaining healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. It can also cause some strange diseases if you don't get enough of it.
Vitamin A is involved in immune function, vision, reproduction, and many more aspects of the human body. Where do you get it and are you getting enough?
Researchers examined 17 studies and determined that taking a multivitamin was good for babies, reducing the risk of death both prenatal and postnatal, and improving birth weights.
Previously I told you the 4 most important things you need to know before buying any supplement. Here are 3 more things that will be really useful for you. Read on before making another purchase.