Tag: vitamins

Better Than Botox – Study Backs Up Benefits of Niacin for Better Skin

By Pamela Bofferding Skincare products make up a staggering $20 billion dollar a year industry in America alone. It seems that there is always some new miracle lotion or cream on the market that promises drastic results. Scientists and doctors devote huge amounts of time to developing these products because they are so lucrative. Every…

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Vitamin B3 Benefits Parkinson’s Disease

By Will Chu Individuals with a specific type of Parkinson’s disease (PD) could gain from increasing vitamin B3 (niacin) content in their diet, say British investigators. B3 is one of eight B vitamins. It is also known as niacin (nicotinic acid) and has 2 other forms, niacinamide (nicotinamide) and inositol hexanicotinate, which have different effects…

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Mainstream Science Finally Admits Vitamin C’s Ability to Cure Cancer is Not a Conspiracy Theory

By Jack Burns Albert Szent-Györgyi discovered the chemical, ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, in the 1930s. One of Vitamin C’s chief advocates, who won twice the Nobel (Chemistry and Peace), was Linus Pauling. Pauling advocated for high doses of Vitamin C to treat various illnesses, including cancer, but was ridiculed by doctors and…

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12 Potent Anti-Aging Vitamin C Foods

By Daily Superfood Love Vitamin C is one of the most popular and widely used vitamins in the world.  Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is the most readily available vitamin and there are good reasons it is the most widely purchased supplement worldwide. This citrus vitamin has numerous health benefits. It has been shown…

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Fruits & Vegetables: Not Enough Vitamin C To Quell Insulin Resistance In Kids

By Bill Sardi, OMNS Vitamin C supplements may be needed to quell the rising problem of insulin resistance among grade-school aged children.[1] The advice that fruits and vegetables provide sufficient amounts of vitamin C is being questioned in a newly published study. Diabetes is of growing concern and has its roots in early life. Insulin resistance,…

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FDA Quietly Removed Access to Life or Death Hospital Equipment

By Tim Tucker Plus – a DIY Alternative… Townsend Letter in June of 2014 describes a critical shortage of IV bags.  “One of the great ironies is that while health authorities have called for curtailment of manufacturing by the compounding pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies have not been able to meet the drug and medical supply requirements of…

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Autumn & Winter Superfoods You’ll Want to Eat Every Day

By Daily Superfood Love I’m always on the hunt for new foods that might not be something you eat every day (or even consider buying). Expanding food knowledge, developing new recipes, and boosting nutritional intake are all great motivations…but they also have to be delicious! Here are some of my newfound favorites you should think…

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Vitamin D reduces respiratory infections, says study

By University Of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Natural Blaze A potentially life-saving discovery in older patients at high risk for these illnesses AURORA, Colo. – Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have found that high doses of vitamin D reduce the incidence of acute respiratory illness (ARI) in older, long-term care residents. The…

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Have Skin Problems? Take Vitamins… [w/ Infograph]

Do you have an unhealthy skin that is prone to acne, shingles, rosacea and other common women’s skin problems? If so, then it is probably because your body is deficient in certain vitamins. Vitamins are the key to skin health. They are gifted with natural healing properties that not only help protect the skin from the…

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