Why you need extra vitamin D in winter
Vitamin D is one of the vitamins that our body can produce itself, but for that we need sunlight. In Northwestern Europe, the intensity of sunlight from September to May is not strong...View more10 January 2019
CBD effective in pancreatic cancer
Research has shown that mice with pancreatic cancer lived nearly three times longer when given CBD than those who were treated with chemotherapy alone. The study shows that CBD not...View more27 December 2018
CBD effective in cervical cancer
Cervical cancer remains a global health related issue among females of Sub-Saharan Africa, with over half a million new cases reported each year. Different therapeutic regimens have...View more30 March 2018
Vitamin C outperforms vaccines
The idea of a "silver bullet" that can cure humankind of a broad variety of the diseases that plague it, from cancer to measles to the flu, has long been a dream of patient and...View more11 January 2018
Free vitamins for all pregnant women
Every pregnant woman in Scotland will receive free vitamins starting this weekend.
Universal free supplements for expectant mothers are to be rolled out from 1 April.
The...View more20 December 2017
Low Ubiquinol - Higher risk sarcopenia
Aging is associated with sarcopenia, which is a loss of skeletal muscle mass and function. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is involved in several important functions that are related to bioenergetics and...View more10 February 2017
Unlocking heart health with fish oil
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death across the globe. Approximately 17.3 million deaths a year are attributed to CVDs, representing 31% of all deaths...View more 7 February 2017
The benefits of Ashwaganda
Ashwagandha is considered an Ayurvedic medicine and is a powerful adaptogenic herb. Adaptogens have very unique properties that help your body adapt to stress. In order to be...View more22 December 2016
The truth about cholesterol
Dr. Berg explains the truth about cholesterol, LDL and HDL. In this video, Dr. Berg explains the new answers about cholesterol and debunks all the older myths....View more25 November 2016
Sweetened drinks double diabetes risk
A recent Swedish study found that people who drink two or more sweetened drinks could double the risk of getting diabetes. The study also shows that diet drinks are not better....View more28 October 2016
Vitamin D for osteoporosis
Planning to eat right for healthier bones? Calcium is probably the nutrient you think of first. But vitamin D is just as important for keeping bones strong and preventing...View more20 October 2016
Nutrition and health claims
An increasing number of foods sold in the EU bear nutrition and health claims. A nutrition claim states or suggests that a food has beneficial nutritional properties, such as “low...View more 1 July 2016
Turmeric against cancer
Many research in the AMC is about drugs with complicated names that could be beneficial to patients. This research is about the anti-cancer effects of turmeric or turmeric extracted...View more23 May 2016
Aspartame, the silent killer
Many people today use artificial sweeteners in their tea or coffee. They do this because the ads tell you that sugar is bad for their health. Absolutely true!! Sugar is toxic. As a...View more 9 May 2016
Chromium is an essential trace mineral that plays an important role in optimizing insulin function and the regulation of blood glucose levels. Chromium may also be...View more 2 May 2016
Polyphenol extract from Acerola
Acerola (Malpighia emarginata DC.) is known to be one of the best fruits rich in ascorbic acid and polyphenols. Acerola polyphenols (APs) were found to have radical scavenging...View more29 March 2016
What is Powergrape®?
The originality of Powergrape®, the result of research and the expertise of Naturex lie in its special mechanism of action: scientific studies have revealed its exceptional antioxidant...View more24 March 2016
As the world full of savory temptations and instant pleasures, maintaining a healthy lifestyle become difficult. A healthy lifestyle means you have enough nutrient intake every day. You...View more16 March 2016
The Dangerous of Painkiller
Diclofenac commonly used in analgesic and anti-inflammatory, increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes. It's been known for years, but that knowledge is surprisingly little,...View more 9 March 2016
4% of Dutch suffer diabeters
The proportion of diabetics in the Netherlands increased from nearly 3 percent in 2001/2002 to 4 percent in 2007/2008. Diabetes is relatively frequent in the older population and people with a...View more 4 January 2016
The Kingdom of Vitamin B – Part 2
As you already know from previous article, vitamin B contains 8 different vitamins, which helps the body to use energy-yielding nutrients like carbohydrates, fat and protein as fuel. Therefore,...View more14 December 2015
The Benefit of Vitamin K2
Most people will scrunch their forehead hearing vitamin K, which means they rarely heard about that. Yes! Vitamin K indeed is not a mainstream nutrient that people know. Originally, vitamin K...View more 4 November 2015
What is Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha is a plant. The root and berry are used to make medicine.
Ashwagandha has a lot of uses. But so far, there isn’t enough information to judge whether it is effective for...View more30 October 2015
Pineapple Extract for Health
Everyone knows pineapple fruit, but do they know pineapple extract? Perhaps, there are only few people knows that the extract of pineapple benefits for health. This pineapple extract is known...View more28 October 2015
The Kingdom of Vitamin B – Part 1
Vitamin B kingdom is consisted of 8 vitamins, which is known as vitamin B complex. Vitamin be can be found in protein foods like fish, poultry, meat, eggs and dairy products. Whole grains,...View more27 October 2015
What is Boswellia?
The resin of Boswellia species has been used as incense in religious and cultural ceremonies and in medicines since time immemorial. Boswellia serrata (Salai/Salai guggul), is a...View more23 October 2015
Zinc supplementation during pregnancy
Zinc is an essential mineral known to be important for many biological functions including protein synthesis, cellular division and nucleic acid metabolism. Severe zinc deficiency is rare in...View more30 September 2015
Vitamin D Deficiency and the Lung
The growing prevalence of vitamin D deficiency around the globe is a significant public health concern.
Based on the weight of evidence to date it is clear that vitamin D is important in...View more28 September 2015
Trans fats policies to reduce mortality
A total ban on trans fatty acids in processed foods might prevent or postpone about 7200 deaths (2.6%) from coronary heart disease from 2015-20 and reduce inequality in mortality from coronary...View more17 September 2015
Running Fights Fatigue
You might be wondering how running can make you less tired. The fact, it helps to feel less fatigue. According to researchers at the Radboud University (2015) , employees who are at...View more15 September 2015
Everyone has their own requirement of daily vitamins and minerals. When people have inadequate daily foods, they will have insufficient nutrients to their body. Even, when they have enough...View more10 September 2015
Cut Your Carbs!
Losing weight is not a magical thing that can just happen instantly, but it is still possible to be done. You need efforts and strong motivation to have a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle....View more 7 September 2015
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