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Vitamin D is one of the most important and most misunderstood vitamin of our time, and many people simply aren't receiving enough. Most people are deficient in vitamin D due to lack of sunlight exposure. We're modern-day cavemen, trapped in our offices and homes, rarely ever exposing our skin to the life-giving energy of the sun. Vitamin D supplementation is perhaps the most viable alternative, but many people are concerned over taking too much, fearing that excess vitamin D can lead to toxicity. While it's true you should have your […]

You probably know that vitamin D plays an important role in your health, helping to absorb calcium and promote bone growth. It’s also possible that you have heard that Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to a variety of health concerns, including rickets, breast cancer, heart disease, and weight gain. But what you most likely haven’t heard is that in addition to these serious issues, experts believe that vitamin D deficiency may be tied to depression. (more…)

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Purchasing dietary supplements you can trust can be tricky. Many manufacturers of nutraceuticals put their efforts into marketing and fancy labels, instead of placing the majority of their resources into creating a product of quality. The simple truth is that not all vitamins are created equal, and this article is intended to make you aware of some of the factors to keep in mind when making a purchasing decision. (more…)

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It’s estimated nearly 40% of the American population suffers from B12 levels that are too low. [1] With low B12 levels, your brain doesn’t work quite right and more often than not you’re suffering from chronic fatigue. But vitamin B12 does more than just support healthy energy levels. Its complex functionality is mirrored in its wide range of health benefits. The question is, are you getting enough? The Seven Most Important Functions of Vitamin B12 Many people receive vitamin B12 injections on a regular basis to provide a boost in […]

It is clear that the micronutrient iodine is a key essential element for the normal growth and development in all of the body's organ and tissue systems. Iodine, plus iron, magnesium, and zinc, are often considered the best "hair growth minerals" you can take. If you are currently experiencing hair loss, it may be a good idea to supplement with these, as thinning tresses is one of the most common signs of a mineral deficiency, particularly iodine. (more…)