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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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The 3 effects and side effects of borage oil (the third one is of concern)

Borage oil is an extract made from the seeds of the Borago officinalis plant. Borage oil is prized for its high gamma linoleic acid (GLA) content. It’s thought that this fatty acid can help reduce inflammation tied to many diseases. Read on to learn more about the oil’s potential benefits, as well as drawbacks and limitations. Discuss these with your doctor before using it to treat any condition. Forms of borage oil oil made from the plant’s seeds nutritional supplements in capsul
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4 Big Myths About Vitamin C Overdose (point 1 is super important)

You wake up with a stuffy nose and your first reaction might be to down a glass of orange juice. Don't bother: everything we know about research shows that mega-doses of vitamin C are absolutely, positively useless at fighting colds. All that extra orange juice will do nothing to shorten your sniffles. Vitamin C is a kind of water-soluble vitamin. It can act as an antioxidant and protect the human body from free radicals and toxins. In addition, vitamin C is even more important for the bod
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The 4 Effects and Side Effects of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (the first one is suspected by everyone)

Conjugated linoleic acid refers to a type of fat. Dairy products and beef are the major sources of conjugated linoleic acid in the diet. An average diet supplies 15-174 mg of conjugated linoleic acid daily. Conjugated linoleic acid is commonly taken by mouth for weight loss. It is also often used for bodybuilding and fitness, but there is limited scientific evidence to support these uses. Conjugated linoleic acid/CLA is essentially a kind of trans fatty acid, but it is a natural form that
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The 4 effects and side effects of vitamin B2 (the first one is often mentioned)

Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, is a yellow crystal and is a member of the B group of water-soluble vitamins. It mainly acts as a coenzyme (participates in hundreds of redox reactions) and is necessary for the conversion of nutrients such as sugars, lipids, and proteins into energy. , Its importance can be seen from this Riboflavin is a B vitamin. It is involved in many processes in the body and is necessary for normal cell growth and function. It can be found in certain foods such as m
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3 kinds of health foods beneficial to age-related macular degeneration (the first one is the most discussed)

Many people wonder, “what are the best foods for macular degeneration?” Proper nutrition is critical to eye health, and it’s important to know not only what to eat, but also how much. Age-related macular degeneration refers to the disease caused by the degeneration of the central macula of the retina with age. It is the most important cause of blindness Since the macula is the most concentrated area of ​​photoreceptor cells, once damaged, it will easily cause blurred vision, distortion and
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