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Vitamins and Supplements

Bee Pollen Uses

Bee pollen is the minute pollen granules collected by honey bees that is mixed with nectar and bee saliva, stored in the hive, the...

The Importance of Postnatal Vitamins

Pharmacy shelves are stocked with several brands of prenatal vitamins, but few brands are marketed specifically to new mothers. Su...

Eyesight & Iron Overload

Iron has many functions in your body, such as moving oxygen and regulating the growth of your cells. Some people experience iron d...

Spirulina Side Effects

Spirulina is a nutrient-rich blue-green algae sometimes used to improve nutrition or as a form of alternative medicine, although t...

Danger with Ginkgo Biloba

Supplements made from ginkgo biloba leaves are often used as an herbal medicine to help preserve memory and eye health in older pe...

Does Beef or Turkey Have More Iron?

You may know that turkey, especially white meat, is a better choice for people whose primary concern is cutting saturated fat and ...

Grapefruit Seed Extract for Psoriasis & the Skin

Infections trigger psoriasis symptoms, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. A 2002 study published by University of...

How to Absorb Zinc Better

Zinc, a trace element naturally found in foods such as nuts and beef, helps with numerous health functions, including immune syste...

Forms of Calcium and Magnesium That Are Easily Absorbed by the Body

Calcium and magnesium are essential for healthy bone and teeth development. Your organs also need both minerals to function proper...

Vitamin B2 Toxicity

Also known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 is essential to your body’s metabolism of fats, amino acids and carbohydrates. Vitamin ...
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