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  • July 18, 2012 Sarah McGowan-Freije

    Nutrient Cocktail May Slow Advancement of Alzheimer's

    Although a way to reverse the effects of Alzheimer's has proven elusive, recent studies suggest that there may be ways to slow down the advancement of the disease, especially if it's caught early. Two recent studies suggest that consuming a...

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  • April 15, 2012 Emma McGowan

    Vitamin C Could Reduce Your Blood Pressure

    Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have conducted a meta-analysis to examine the effects of vitamin C on blood pressure. This is the first meta-analysis that has investigated the relationship between intake of this essential nutrient and blood pressure. Their findings...

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  • April 11, 2012 Emma McGowan

    Vitamin D Could Help Critically Ill Patients Live Longer

    Numerous studies have established the importance of vitamin D, but did you know that vitamin D deficiency may actually lower your chance of survival if you ever become critically ill? That is the finding of researchers at Tel Aviv University...

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  • April 10, 2012 Emma McGowan

    Vitamin K Shown to Improve Bone Mineral Density

    Vitamin K is an essential nutrient necessary for blood clotting that has also been associated with bone health. A new study has shown that different forms of vitamin K may increase bone mineral density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis...

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  • April 9, 2012 Emma McGowan

    Research Shows B12 Heart Benefits for Vegetarians

    Vegetarian diets are commonly viewed as healthier than diets that include a lot of meat, mainly due to the lower fat content found in vegetarian proteins. However, research has shown that vegetarians often eat a lot of salt and do...

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  • April 4, 2012 Sarah McGowan-Freije

    The "Sunshine Vitamin" Could Help You Live Longer

    A recent long-reaching study suggests that low levels of vitamin D could contribute to cardiovascular disease and increase the risk of all-cause mortality in mature adults. The Kansas University based researchers published their finding on February 1, 2012, in the...

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