According to a 2017 study, at least 31% of the U.S. population is anemic or deficient in at least one vitamin. Unfortunately, there are so many processed foods competing for our attention at the grocery Read More
If you’re a health and wellness enthusiast, you’ve probably heard about ashwagandha. But what is it, and what does it do? Ashwagandha is an herb that has been used for centuries within Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Read More
A new clinical guide summarizes the evidence regarding the effects of calcium in reducing the risk of osteoporosis after the menopause. Bone health is especially important for the elderly. Osteoporosis is common and affects 1 Read More
Fish oil has long been the king of omega-3s, but the field is changing. Omega-3s show up in a wide variety of foods and supplements originating from both plants and animals. They come in three Read More
In addition to essential metabolic functions, the level of zinc in the body also affects the heart muscle. When oxidative stress occurs, it may be due to a shortage of zinc, which can be determined Read More
Mineral needs can vary dramatically from one person to the next depending upon what you eat, how active you are, your life stage, and family health history. A woman of childbearing age may need to Read More
It never fails. I pour myself something to drink and suddenly one of my children is “dying of thirst” and needs to take a swig. It’s guaranteed that half my drink will disappear, unless it’s Read More
Dr. Keith Ablow, heralded as America’s Psychiatrist for 25 years, has recently stopped practicing psychiatry and founded The Ablow Center, which offers a unique and powerful combination of life coaching and spiritual counseling. At the same time, he Read More
Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Pennsylvania State University have found that a student’s fitness level and iron status could be the difference in grades and can impact getting an A or a B. Read More
The CRN Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements released its 20th report on September 30th 2019. The findings of the report suggested that 77% of American adults are using dietary supplements. The survey also revealed that Read More
Vitamins and Supplements are a key part of many individuals who are fighting chronic health issues. A nutritional supplement is a product that is added to the diet. A nutritional supplement is taken by mouth, and usually contains one or more dietary ingredient (such as vitamin, mineral, herb, amino acid, and enzyme). Also called dietary supplement.
Despite the overabundance of calories in the standard American diet, nutrient deficiencies remain surprisingly common. A recent study reported that 31% of the US population was at risk for at least one nutrient deficiency. Dietary supplements can help fill this gap. Dietary supplements can provide clinically studied nutrients to help maintain wellness. Our bodies require vitamins and supplements to function properly, but with busy lives, readily accessible processed foods and little time for exercise, getting enough essential nutrients is difficult.