Resveratrol is famous because of a French Paradox discussion in the 1990s, when it was believed that French people who eat high-fat foods are not prone to cardiovascular disease because the red wine they often drink contains resveratrol
Since then, resveratrol has been continuously discovered for potential health benefits, including anti-aging, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, anti-dementia...
What are the benefits of resveratrol in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects or contraindica
Niacin, also known as niacin and vitamin B3, is a kind of B vitamins (also water-soluble), is an important precursor of metabolism-related coenzymes NAD and NADP, and participates in more than 400 physiological reactions in the body, such as antioxidant, DNA manufacturing and repair, cell signaling, etc. Note 9
As a nutritional supplement, nicotinic acid may have potential effects such as lowering cholesterol, regulating triglycerides, preventing cardiovascular disease, and arthritis. However
Tryptophan is one of the 8 essential amino acids in the human body, in addition to playing an important role in protein synthesis, it is also an important precursor to the synthesis of serotonin, melatonin, kynurenine, and nicotinic acid, and is often believed to improve depression and sleep-related disorders through additional supplementation. Note 9
Tryptophan is also known as L-tryptophan because the L isomer form is bioavailable to all amino acids and can transcend the blood-brain barrier
Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin or vitamin B12, is the most special member of the B group vitamins (containing the metal ion cobalt), and the structure is large and complex.
If this nutrient is deficient, in addition to causing pernicious anemia, it can also cause symptoms such as homocysteinemia (related to cardiovascular disease), peripheral neuropathy, cognitive impairment, loss of appetite, and burnout.
What are the benefits of vitamin B12 in empirical medicine? What are the side
Ashwagandha, also known as Winter Cherry, is an adaptogen. The term adaptogen is applied to herbs containing phytonutrients that regulate metabolism and normalize system function when the body is disturbed by physical or mental stress, develop resistance to such stress, and restore bodily functions to a higher level, Similar plants are: Maca , ginseng , eleuthero , rhodiola , schisandra, etc.
In Evidence-Based Medicine, What Are the Benefits of Ashwagandha? Are there any side effects or contr
Urinary tract infection or UTI is one of the most common bacterial infections in childhood. It can be divided into three categories: the upper urinary tract referred to as pyelonephritis, the lower urinary tract, referred to as cystitis, and asymptomatic bacteriuria. Note 1
Unfortunately, it may be difficult, if not impossible to distinguish pyelonephritis from cystitis based on clinical symptoms and signs, especially in infants and young children.
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Olive oil is the golden yellow natural oil extracted from the olive fruit. It is famous all over the world because of the local diet survey in the Mediterranean Sea decades ago. Scholars have found that local residents use a lot of olive oil and eat vegetables, grains and seafood as staple foods, which can greatly reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases.
A large number of studies have found that the health benefits of olive oil come not only from high amounts of mo
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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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, metabolic syndro
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 is a kind of fat-soluble antioxidant. It is a light yellow oily substance with eight isomers. It can be divided into subtypes of tocopherol and subtypes of tocotri