Vitamins

Introduction to Vitamin B

Water-Soluble Vitamins – Vitamin B Read More

Introduction To Vitamin C

Vitamin C – More than just a vitamin Read More

Vitamin B1 for Dog’s Bad Hips

Degenerative Myelopathy Successfully Treated with Thiamine Read More

Cytokine Storm

Oxidative Stress and its Integrative Mechanism Read More

All About Liposomes

What are liposomes? Why you should know about them? Are they worth the price? Let’s find out! Read More

Water Soluble Vitamins – Part 2: Vitamin B

This family of nine different compounds are important for cellular metabolism, methylation, energy, and immunity. It’s important to consume and absorb all of the different B Vitamins because each of them is needed for a specific reason. Read More

Water Soluble Vitamins- Part 1: Vitamin C

Even though deficiencies in water soluble vitamins are less common than deficiencies in fat soluble vitamins, it is possible to not have enough of these important nutrients, which can cause all sorts of problems in your body. And you can overdose, especially when supplementing without prior research or testing. Read More

Fat Soluble Vitamins – Part 2

Vitamin E protects the body against rancid fatty acids. Vitamin K2 plays a major role in preventing metabolic diseases. Read More

Fat Soluble Vitamins – Part 1

Vitamin A and D help to regulate the immune system and are required to keep our metabolism, heart, and brain healthy. Read More

Vitamin D: More Important for Bones than Calcium

Take vitamin D supplements to ensure adequate vitamin D status during periods when there is little exposure to sunshine. Read More

Vitamin D to End Illness

Our modern lifestyle does not permit most people to obtain sufficient vitamin D from the sun, even though 90% of our vitamin D comes from the sun. Read More

Vitamin B17

Amygdalin is extracted from almond cake by boiling alcohol; on evaporation of the solution and the addition of ether, amygdalin is precipitated as white minute crystals. Read More

Functions of Vitamins

Scientific research has proven that an excess of an isolated vitamin or mineral can produce the same symptoms as a deficiency of that vitamin or mineral. Read More

Cancer-Prevention Vitamin That Your Body Makes for Free

There is a growing body of evidence that a higher intake of vitamin D may be helpful in the prevention and treatment of cancer, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. Read More

Ascorbic Acid Competes with Sugar

Excessive sugar intake is now regarded as the number one risk factor for females and the number two risk factor for males in the causation of heart attacks. Read More

CoEnzyme Q10: The Other Vitamin

Numerous studies have shown that pretreatment with Coenzyme Q10 helps heart patients come through open heart surgeries in better health and with shorter recovery times than those who have not been so treated. Read More

How to Choose Your Supplements

Natural ones from whole foods. Not extracted and isolated. Delivered with most or all supporting compounds. Read More

Vitamins to Nourish Your Body

Vitamins are organic compounds that are a necessary requirement in foods to nourish your body. Read More

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is absolutely essential to build strong bones – and it is proven to prevent heart disease. For several years, compelling evidence has shown that most people don’t get enough vitamin K to protect their health through the foods they eat. Read More

Vitamin E: A Cure In Search of Recognition

Nutrition textbooks acknowledge the extensive scientific proof of successful treatment of intermittent claudication with vitamin E Read More

Vitamin E

There are eight different forms, plus synthetic and natural varieties of Vitamin E. Read More

RDA Vs Optimal

You are not what you eat – you are what you absorb from what you eat! Read More

No Substitute For Quality Vitamins

You already know this: there is no substitute for quality, and it does not pay to make short cuts when it comes to your health. Read More

Carotene

In treating cancer with chemotherapy or radiation, both of which can damage healthy cells as they attack cancer cells, beta-carotene taken with other carotenoids, such as lycopene, and antioxidants such as vitamins C and E, may help to protect the body. Read More

Autism and Vitamin D

Improvement in autism should be permanent, if you continue the vitamin D with the cofactors and avoid the retinol. This improvement will include your coordination and physical ability, not just your autism Read More

Scientific References: Vitamins

Listed Alphabetically for Your Convenience Read More

Anti-Vitamin Publications

Misinformation Presented As Truth Read More

Podcast 230: Vitamin C – Immune System Enhancer

With Martin Pytela and Scott Paton. Safely jump-start your health with Vitamin C in doses higher than RDA (150mg). Orthomolecular scientists say it should be wall above 6000mg… Read More