If you’re interested in starting a multivitamin regimen as an insurance policy for your health, here are a few suggestions.
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Is sunscreen limiting your vitamin D intake?
Vitamin D is essential for good health, but the necessity of sunscreen may mean people aren’t getting as much as they should.
Is oral allergy syndrome causing your allergic reactions?
If you experience itching and swelling after eating a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, you may be dealing with oral allergy syndrome.
Are your harming your immune system? [Video]
Here are a couple of ways you could be weakening your immune system everyday.
Magnesium: The ‘Invisible Deficiency’
The health problems associated with magnesium deficiency are so varied that it’s difficult to diagnose the condition and link its symptoms to a lack of magnesium.
Vitamin D deficiency more strongly linked to Type 2 diabetes than obesity
According to the study, people are more likely to have Type 2 diabetes if they also have low levels of vitamin D, regardless of their weight.
Healthy vitamin D levels may reduce risk of exacerbations in asthma sufferers
A recently published study out of Tel Aviv University found that the odds of an asthma exacerbation were 25 percent greater in adults with a vitamin D deficiency compared to those with healthy vitamin levels.
Study: Non-dairy milk may lower vitamin D levels in children
A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal last week suggests that young children who drink non-dairy milk may have lower levels of vitamin D than those who drink cow’s milk.
Mothers’ iron consumption may impact autism risk
Mothers’ iron consumption may impact autism risk, according to a new study.
Consuming more fish may reduce hearing loss risk in women
A new study shows that eating more fish could reduce the risk of hearing loss in women.