vitamin

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

    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.

  2. Vitamin B6: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage, & Deficiency Symptoms

    Vitamin B6: Sources, Forms, Benefits, Dosage, & Deficiency Symptoms

    Water-soluble B vitamins are easily flushed out of your body, which, luckily, makes it difficult for toxic levels to accumulate. Find out which water-soluble B vitamin can become toxic, and at what dosage it can cause adverse events … 

  3. Healthycell vs. Multivitamins

    Healthycell vs. Multivitamins

    One of the common misconceptions about Healthycell is its comparison to a common, everyday, multivitamin. The power of Healthycell to provide you with the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients required by your cells and body for smooth daily function dwarfs the ability of the common multivitamin.

    Most manufacturers of the common multivitamin pack their products with the cheaper forms of vitamins and minerals. This practice makes most multivitamins poorly bioavailable. Additionally, the common multivitamin often contains non-essential and potentially harmful ingredients as binders and fillers.

    At least three reputable studies have shown that these common vitamins may be a waste of your time and money.

  4. Do I Need to Take Vitamins?

    Do I Need to Take Vitamins?

    One trip down the central streets of many major American cities will show that consumer demand for unhealthy foods is at its zenith. Unfortunately, our food choices have resulted not only in the advancement of obesity (as a severe public health problem,) but also in a serious lack of nutrition-based dietary decisions that can result in the development of many serious conditions. In other words, it’s not only what we eat that can harm us; it’s also what we don’t eat.

    To make matters worse, even “so-called” healthy foods aren’t as healthy as they once were due to nutrient depletion in our soil, and pollutants in the air we breathe and the water we drink.

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