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Awareness on multivitamin and B-Complex.

31st October 2014
Feeling Tired? Depressed? Stressed a lot? Check it out may be you are deficient of something. More than 40%deaths and 30% of disease burden in developing countries are linked to factors involving nutrition. Specifically, In India nearly 18% (i.e. ap... Read >
Author: Maria Mishra

The Basic Facts About Vitamins And Minerals

20th March 2012
The individual cells in our bodies operate much like factories. The essential building blocks of enzymes, as well as essential co-factors and energy availability, are required for cells to operate properly and ensure survival of the human body. As we ... Read >
Author: Eternesse

Advantages and Disadvantages of Herbs Vitamin Nutrients

12th August 2010
Nutrients are essential for our body's daily growth. Micronutrients come from our food, and when the food is not rich enough; it does not provide our body with needed micronutrients to help our body survive. Vitamins and minerals are known as micronutrien... Read >
Author: Ben Paul

All Types Of Vitamins

23rd October 2008
Vitamins (combination of two words: Vital Amines) are the complex organic substance essential in small quantities to the metabolism (nutrition) in most animals. These are found in minute quantities in food, in some cases are produced by the body, and are ... Read >
Author: Jake Saab

Vitamin B complex: Benefits, Side Effects and Deficiency

17th April 2008
We all need vitamins and minerals to keep us healthy and strong. These are essential to our overall well being and the state of our mind and body.How Can This Vitamin Help Me?Vitamin B complex, is a combination of several water soluble vitamins. The B com... Read >
Author: Jackson

The Vitamin Breakdown

01st July 2005
Vitamins are organic compounds that the human body cannot produce and therefore must acquire through the diet. To help maintain good health, humans need 13 different vitamins. These include: vitamin A, the various B and D vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, a... Read >
Author: Ruth Stattmiller
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