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9 Effects and Side Effects of Lecithin (7 Points of Taboos to Pay Attention To)

Lecithin is a common dietary supplement often claimed to lower cholesterol, unblock blocked breast ducts, and help cognitive function and liver health. In evidence-based medicine, does the use of lecithin really work? Are there any side effects and contraindications? See the internal report for details What is lecithin? The origin of lecithin is a complex phospholipid mixture (commonly found in animal and plant tissues) that was first isolated from egg yolk by a French chemist (Theodore Gobley
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9 effects and side effects of magnesium

The "simplified and traditional Chinese content" of the whole website of NutritionNews is stamped with the internationally recognized RFC3161 timestamp, which can be used as strong legal evidence (original proof). All rights reserved. Infringement must be investigated. Magnesium (Magnesium) is a less discussed mineral element, but epidemiological studies in recent years have shown that low levels of magnesium are associated with a variety of chronic diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, meta
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10 effects and side effects of vitamin E (9 contraindications to be aware of)

Vitamin E (Vitamin E) is also known as tocopherol or vitamin E, because it was first discovered to be related to the reproductive ability of animals. If it is lacking, it is easy to cause infertility and miscarriage. However, decades of research have shown that the benefits of vitamin E are more than that.   What is vitamin E? Vitamin E (Vitamin E) is a kind of fat-soluble antioxidant. It is a light yellow oily substance with eight isomers. It can be divided into subtypes of tocoph
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20 effects and side effects of melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone related to the biological clock, also known as the body's "timing factor", which is often used to regulate sleep.   What is Melatonin?   Melatonin is a hormone produced in the pineal gland and also exists in plants and microorganisms. It was discovered and named by American dermatologist Aaron Lerner in 1958, mainly related to circadian rhythms and seasonal reproduction regulation. In most animals, melatonin is synthesized and secreted primarily at
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8 kinds of efficacy and side effects of chamomile (please pay attention to 7 contraindications)

Chamomile is the colloquial name for several daisy-like plants whose flowers are often used in herbal teas, as aromatherapy, topically, or orally as tablets or capsules, also with other plants such as passionflower, aloe vera. Or mixed with valerian, chamomile essential oil is found in many skin lotions, creams, soaps, and cosmetics.   What is chamomile? Chamomile is a kind of annual Compositae medicinal plant with a long history and widely used in Eurasia. The diverse terpenes an
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Want to pee but can’t, be careful you may suffer from urinary retention!

On a winter morning, you reluctantly walked into the bathroom after being suffocated by urination, everything was ready, but found that you wanted to pee but couldn't...   I believe that most people have had the experience of holding back urine: the urge to urinate is raging, the bladder is full and painful, and it feels that the urine can break through the resistance of the "fence" at any time and rush out.   But there are also people who want to pee but can't: Obviousl
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4 Alternative Therapies That Benefit PMS (No. 3 Simple and Easy to Do)

Do you always feel that your life is particularly disordered before your period? Then you may be a potential group of PMS. PMS most often occurs in women aged 20-30. Many women suffer from menstrual syndrome every month, but they are often misunderstood as intolerant and fussing. But Apple's big data confirms that menstrual syndrome really exists, and more than 60% of women, regardless of age or ethnic group, are disturbed by PMS physically and mentally.   What is Premenstrual syndrome?
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Is it safe to hold back your urine?

Many years ago while at a fancy dinner party hosted by Prague’s most elite, the famous Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe drank too much wine but refused to excuse himself from the dinner table for fear of offending his aristocratic hosts. Once the party was over, he found that he was now unable to urinate. That condition continued for eleven days without passing any urine, and then he died.   Don't die like Tycho Brahe.   Get up and pee if you need to. Even if you're at a f
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Effects and side effects of Garcinia Cambogia

Garcinia Cambogia is also known as Garcinia Gummi-Gutta. It is a tropical fruit native to Indonesia. Its extract is the most common natural weight loss product. In addition, many patients with type II diabetes and high cholesterol also take Garcinia Cambogia health supplements.   What is Garcinia Cambogia?     Garcinia cambogia is the fruit of a small to medium-sized tree species (about 5 cm in diameter) of the Garcinia cambogia family, native to Southeast Asia, Ind
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6 effects and side effects of artichoke (Please be aware of the 6 contraindications)

Artichoke is also known as chrysanthemum thistle, French lily, ball thistle, Yazhi bamboo. It has been widely used in Chinese herbal medicine since ancient times,  is a healthy food and folk medicine with anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties.   Artichoke is native to the Mediterranean coast and appeared as a vegetable in Jewish, Roman and Greek cuisine a long time ago. It has also become a commonly used ingredient in modern Italian dishes (Italian: Carciofi). Due to its nut
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