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  1. Folate: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage & Deficiency Symptoms

    If you are or you know someone who is pregnant, it is important for the baby’s health that mom is eating a proper and nutritious diet. Folate is one of the most important nutrients that mom will eat for her growing baby. Without this vitamin or without enough of it, the baby is at risk for serious neural tube defects that can even be life threatening. Read on to understand why folate is so important, where you can get it, and how much you should be receiving.

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  2. Riboflavin: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage & Deficiency Symptoms

    TMI alert! If you take a vitamin B complex nutrition supplement, chances are you noticed neon yellow swirled around the toilet after you relieved yourself. This startling color is from the essential vitamin, riboflavin (also known as B2). Although you may not be used to seeing this color after you use the facilities, it is completely harmless as it is merely the excess of the vitamin your body could not absorb. Read on to learn more about riboflavin, why you need it, and how you can efficiently absorb this vitamin so it doesn’t turn your urine bright yellow!

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  3. Niacin: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage & Deficiency Symptoms

    When was the last time you went for a physical? Did your cholesterol results come back within the normal range? If your “bad” cholesterol tested high, it might be helpful to introduce some more niacin into your diet. Read more below to understand the benefits of niacin.

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  4. Signs of Food Allergies vs. Food Sensitivity Symptoms

    According to the Food Allergy Research & Education group FARE, an estimated 32 million people in the U.S. have food allergies, including 1 in 13 children. Because allergic reactions to foods can be life-altering and potentially life-threatening, it’s crucial that the many signs of food allergies be known and their underlying causes well-understood. It’s also important that signs of food allergies not be confused with food sensitivity symptoms — the unpleasant physical reactions triggered by the digestive system’s inability to fully break down and absorb certain foods or their components.

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  5. Why Micronutrients Are Needed for Your Health and How to Get Them (Even if Fruits and Vegetables Have Become Less Nutritious)

    Have fruits and vegetables become less nutritious? In other words, can you get the micronutrients you need to stay healthy from food alone? Micronutrients are needed for many important functions in your body. But it’s becoming harder to get them from food alone. Due to modern agricultural and shipping practices, nutrient deficiency in plants is becoming more commonleading to more individuals who have a nutrient deficiency. This is true even among those who are very health conscious and eat what should be a highly nutritious diet.

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  6. What do cell damage and cancer have in common?

    Even though some of the world’s worst diseases like cancer impact millions of lives every year, their causes are actually better understood on the microscopic level. With every advancement in research, science gets closer to comprehending not just how cancer begins, but how it can be prevented – and potentially even cured.

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