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How To Supplement Vitamin D (how much is an excess)?

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body needs for many vital processes, including building and maintaining strong bones. Low vitamin D intake is considered a major public health concern across the globe. In fact, vitamin D deficiency is estimated to affect 13% of the world’s population Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that primarily aids calcium absorption, promoting growth and mineralization of your bones. It’s also involved in various functions of your immune, digestive, circ
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5 Kinds of Effects and Side Effects of Red Clover (the 4th kind everyone wants to know)

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a wild flowering plant belonging to the same family as peas and beans. It’s widely used in traditional medicine as a remedy for menopause symptoms, asthma, whooping cough, arthritis, and even cancer. However, health experts are wary of its purported benefits due to a lack of scientific evidence. This article reviews red clover, its potential benefits, downsides, and uses. Red clover is a dark-pink herbaceous plant originating from Europe, Asia, and
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7 Ways To Eat Chia Seeds-How To Eat The Smartest

We're all looking for easy ways to boost the nutrition of our meals as we remain safely at home during the coronavirus outbreak. So, you’ve heard chia seeds have superpowers. But, how exactly, does this little seed work wonders for your health? First up, there’s their omega-3 fatty acid content, which is a veritable boon for your body: “Chia seeds are high in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid that plays a key role in heart health,” explains vegan nutritionist Tiffany Ma, RDN. “Di
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3 Kinds of Health Foods That Are Good for Fatty Liver (the first kind is very common)

The normal treatment for fatty liver disease, whether it's alcohol-related or not, is to reach a healthy weight through diet and exercise. So what should you eat? In general, foods that fight cell damage, make it easier for your body to use insulin, or lower inflammation can help reverse the condition. Since every person is different, you should work with your doctor to come up with an eating plan that's right for you. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
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3 Kinds of Health Foods That Are Good For Allergies (the third kind is less known)

When you think of food and allergies, you may think of keeping certain foods out of your diet to avoid an adverse reaction. But the connection between seasonal allergies and food is limited to a few groups of foods known as cross-reactive foods. Reactions to cross-reactive foods may be experienced by those with birch, ragweed, or mugwort seasonal allergies. Aside from those groups of foods, seasonal allergies, also called hay fever or allergic rhinitis, only occur during certain parts of the
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The Efficacy and Side Effects of Holy Berry (the second type has a long history)

Holly is a plant. There are many types (species) of holly. English holly and American holly are used as ornamental Christmas greens. The leaves of these and other holly species are used to make medicine. The berries are very poisonous and should not be swallowed. Historically, American holly fruit tea was used as a heart stimulant by American Indians. Yaupon, another type of holly, was used to cause vomiting, and Yaupon tea was used as a ceremonial "cleanser" in South America. Holly is als
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10 Recommended Effects and Side Effects of Comprehensive Vitamins (3 points to be aware of before buying

As the name implies, Multivitamins is a synonym for multiple nutrients, at least containing 13 vitamins and 16 minerals necessary for maintaining health These nutrients are necessary for all kinds of enzyme reactions in the body, or used as hormones, signal molecules or structural elements to grow, maintain or regulate physiological reactions   Which ethnic groups need the most comprehensive vitamins? As of now, there is no evidence to recommend that everyone should supplement with
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5 Kinds of Efficacy and Side Effects of Feverberry (the first kind is the most promising)

Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a plant belonging to the sunflower family. Also known as "featherfew" and "wild chamomile," It has long been used as an herbal remedy in European folk medicine. Feverfew contains a compound called parthenolide, which may help to ease muscle spasms, reduce inflammation, and prevent the constriction of blood vessels in the brain. Health Benefits Feverfew leaves (either dried or fresh) and fever extracts are purported to have many health benefits. Not all
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6 Obsolete Myths of Coconut Oil (point 1 is often mentioned)

If you Google “coconut oil,” you’ll see a slew of stories touting the alleged health benefits of this solid white fat, which is easy to find in supermarkets these days. But how can something that’s chock-full of saturated fat — a known culprit in raising heart disease risk — be good for you? Coconut does have some unique qualities that enthusiasts cite to explain its alleged health benefits. But the evidence to support those claims is very thin, says Dr. Qi Sun, assistant professor in the Dep
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What are the 2 effects and side effects of non-denatured type 2 collagen? (Does it really work?)

Non-denatured type 2 collagen is similar to glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM. They are all health foods for joints. In empirical medicine, what are the benefits of taking these ingredients? Are there any side effects or contraindications? See the text analysis for details Native collagen type II is a protein that is part of cartilage, bone, and other tissues in animals and humans. Most collagen type II in supplements comes from chicken. Some collagen type II comes from cows. Collagen type
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