What are the recommendations for vitamin C for children? A pediatrician weighs in on proper vitamin dosage, deficiency risks, quality, and more.
April 26 2017
A rational approach to indigestion.
The term indigestion is often used to describe heartburn as well as feelings of gas or bloating after eating, stomach pains, or fullness in the abdomen.
Feeling Fatigued? 5 Supplements For a Natural Boost of Energy
May 29 2020
Fatigue is common and is associated with low motivation, poor focus, weakness, and slower cognitive reasoning skills. Green tea, coenzyme Q10, B12, iron, and ashwagandha may help.
Vegan Bone Broth
November 30 2017
Now, vegans can have a delicious, healthy "bone" broth, too!
A Comprehensive Guide to Supplementing with Creatine
July 20 2018
Creatine is a naturally occurring substance found primarily in muscle cells. It is obtained from dietary sources, primarily meat and seafood, with a smaller portion produced by the body.
9 Health Benefits of Vitamin B12
November 27 2017
Vitamin B12 (also referred to as cobalamin or cyanocobalamin) is an important nutrient that your body requires to help optimize brain, nerve, and blood health. However, despite its importance, there's plenty of evidence showing that people around the world are deficient in this essential nutrient.
Vitamin B12 works with folic acid in many bodily processes, including the synthesis of DNA, red blood cells, and the myelin sheath that speeds the conduction of signals along nerve cells.
Healthy Grilling Tips
July 28 2017
Recent news linking grilled meat to cancer may make you leery about firing up the barbecue this summer. But there are simple ways to stay healthy while still enjoying a backyard cookout.
Get a Grip on Anxiety
June 13 2017
If you think prescription medications are the only option for anxiety and panic attacks, you’ll be happy to know about these very effective natural solutions.
A Quick Guide to Zinc
March 14 2018
Zinc is a trace mineral that found in virtually every cell in the body and is a component in over 200 enzymes. Enzymes are molecules involved in speeding up chemical reactions necessary for human bodily function. Zinc functions in more enzymatic reactions than any other mineral. Most enzymes are composed of a protein along with an essential mineral and possibly a vitamin. If an enzyme is lacking the essential mineral or vitamin, it cannot function properly. If zinc levels are low it affects virtually every system of the body due to its central role in so many enzymes. In addition to its role in enzymes, zinc is required for proper action of many body hormones including insulin, growth hormone, and sex hormones.
April 26 2017
Natural ways to silence the ringing, roaring, and hissing of tinnitus
13 Researched Benefits of Zinc
September 21 2020
Zinc is a trace mineral that has many uses in our bodies. Learn about the benefits of having adequate zinc levels and why deficiency can lead to different issues.
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