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Taking High-Dose Vitamin D Supplements: The Dangers and Risks

Vitamin D deficiencies are becoming more common. This is an issue, because such deficiencies can cause problems, most of them related to the health and strength of your bones. But, correcting your levels with a high-dose vitamin D supplement isn’t the ...

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Inositol May Help With Relaxation And In Combating Stress And Anxiety

Your brain is responsible for every thought or action you take. It is also the center of your feelings, whether good or bad. Inositol plays an important role in your brain's neurotransmitter function and we will dive into how important this nutrient is ...

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Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids May Reduce The Mortality Risk In Type-2 Diabetics

Do you or someone you know have type-2 diabetes? A recent study suggests that higher consumption of polyunsaturated fatty acids may reduce the mortality rate in type-2 diabetics. Effect of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on T2 Diabetes According to a large ...

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Chromium: What Is It? What Does It Do For Your Health?

Trivalent chromium carries the label of essential trace element that affects blood sugar levels and increases the work of insulin. Some people take it as a supplement while others get their needed amounts through foods. However, there exists some contr ...

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Chlorella: A Dozen And More Health Benefits

Many people don’t know much about chlorella. A fast-growing type of algae, its proponents claim several health benefits for it. This article will take a look at those claims and what the research shows. What is Chlorella? Considered a superfood, chlore ...

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L-theanine: Exploring Its Effect On Your Mind And Body

"That is my cup of tea!” is a popular phrase. However, have you ever wondered what is in a cup of tea that makes it one of the most relaxing drinks in the world? It is also a means of social interaction while acting as a stress reliever. The consumptio ...

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Phosphorylated Serine May Help Take Care Of Insomnia

Elevated cortisol levels may result in numerous health issues like chronic sleeplessness, weight gain, acne, blood pressure issues, and irritability. The causes of these elevated cortisol levels may include constant exposure to stress, problems with yo ...

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Exploring The Healing Properties Of Manuka Honey

Honey has valuable medicinal and nutritive properties, and people have used honey since ancient times. In particular, manuka honey has gained recent attention since the early 19th century. It is a monofloral honey, which means that bees pollinate only ...

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Probiotics and Metabolic Syndrome: A New Way to Fight Heart Disease

Metabolic syndrome affects about 23% of the U.S. population. One of the most severe results of this syndrome is coronary artery disease. Three of the main components of metabolic syndrome are high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and obesity. This tri ...

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How Cannabis Affects Hormones: THC vs. CBD

With cannabis being legalized in more states and countries, the effects of its compounds are just beginning to become more understood. One area of concern is how cannabis affects hormones. Research focuses on two major compounds THC (tetrahydrocannabin ...

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