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The Role of Fat Soluble Vitamins

16th November 2011
Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in body fat and require the presence of bile salts to be absorbed. Since they are stored in the body it is not absolutely necessary that you eat them every day. The fat-soluble vitamins are vitamins A, D, E, K and F. Vit... Read >
Author: Dr. Dawn Robinson

Wheat Grass Tablets

19th August 2011
Wheat Grass a powerful nutritional supplement that helps in attaining high energy levels and better immunity as it is enriched with various minerals and vitamins. It is an powerful antioxidant with properties of antibiotic and anti-inflammatory actions. ... Read >
Author: Aldrich Wilson

Overactive Immune System And How To Balance It

22nd February 2010
The immune system is designed to protect the body against bacteria, viruses, parasites etc. However, although it usually prevents disease, sometimes it can cause it. This article explores what we can do to help our immune system function more effectively.... Read >
Author: Valerie Cuell

Magnesium Stops Hair Loss Fact or Fiction?

14th October 2009
The idea that magnesium stops hair loss is one that has been around for a while and seems to be regaining some of its lost momentum in recent years. The theory goes that a deficiency in the minerals magnesium, zinc, or calcium impacts the hairs ability to... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Safe Yeast Infection Treatment during Pregnancy Safe Home Remedies for Yeast Infection Treatment

15th September 2008
Yeast infection during pregnancy is a very common phenomenon. During pregnancy, the immune system function of the mother's body is naturally lowered to accommodate the baby into the system. Also, the vagina happens to be a place with the most ideal condit... Read >
Author: Laxman M

Copper and Prostate Health

12th August 2008
Copper is a trace mineral. It is the third most abundant trace mineral in the body. Copper is a normal constituent of blood. It is present in every tissue of the body, but is primarily stored in the liver. Copper and Zinc BalanceCopper is needed with lon... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal
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