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High vitamin K status is prospectively associated with decreased left ventricular mass in women: the Hoorn Study

4 hours ago   |   Nutrition Journal   |   4 articles

Vitamin K is associated with reduced cardiovascular disease risk such as heart failure, possibly by carboxylation of matrix-gla protein , a potent inhibitor of vascular...
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Vitamin D deficiency is common - here's how it can affect your health

Vitamin D deficiency is common - here's how it can affect your health

11 hours ago   |   Natural News

Around 42 percent of Americans are vitamin D deficient, and they don't even know it. The National Institutes of Health recommends that adults get 600 to 800 IU per day, but it...
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Vitamin C: More than Just Immunity

Vitamin C: More than Just Immunity

1 day ago   |   Better Nutrition

Sure, you load up on vitamin C at the first sigh of a cold, but this basic nutrient can do so much more-including helping the body burn fat.
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Vaccine shill Sanjay Gupta challenged Joe Rogan to talk about Covid-19 vaccines and Ivermectin on Rogan's New Spotify Podcast - CNN and Gupta LOST

Vaccine shill Sanjay Gupta challenged Joe Rogan to talk about Covid-19 vaccines and Ivermectin on Rogan's New Spotify Podcast - CNN and Gupta LOST

2 days ago   |   Natural News   |   5 articles

Sanjay Gupta put it all on the line trying to humiliate and discredit Joe Rogan about his bout with Covid, during the latest Rogan podcast on Spotify, and it all blew up in...
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Shaklee introduces personalized offering for kids

Shaklee introduces personalized offering for kids

6 days ago   |   NutraIngredients-USA

The MLM nutrition supplement distributor is now offering daily gummy vitamin packs for children to support growth and development.
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Anemia Etiology in Ethiopia: Assessment of Nutritional, Infectious Disease, and Other Risk Factors in a Population-based Cross-sectional Survey of Women, Men, and Children

6 days ago   |   Nutrition   |   2 articles

AbstractBackgroundWhile the causes of anemia at an individual level (such as certain nutritional deficiencies, infections, and genetic disorders) are well defined, there is...
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Vitamin D could end covid, if only the media would talk about it

Vitamin D could end covid, if only the media would talk about it

6 days ago   |   Natural News

One of the healthiest states right now as far as Wuhan coronavirus “cases” go is Florida, which just so happens to be sunny and warm. Many northern states, meanwhile, which are...
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Chinook salmon Nutrition facts and Health benefits

8 days ago   |   Nutrition and you

Chinook salmon is the largest of all Pacific salmon species. Its bright, pink-orange flesh is packed with health benefiting nutrients such as omega-3's, protein, carotenoid...
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The effect of vitamin K1 on arterial calcification activity in subjects with diabetes mellitus: a post hoc analysis of a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial

8 days ago   |   American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundCoronary and aortic artery calcifications are generally slow to develop, and their burden predicts cardiovascular disease events. In patients with diabetes...
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The Vitamin Shoppe expands personal care offerings with Hims & Hers partnership

The Vitamin Shoppe expands personal care offerings with Hims & Hers partnership

8 days ago   |   NutraIngredients-USA

Specialty health and wellness retailer The Vitamin Shoppe will offer personal care products from Hims & Hers Health, Inc. in over 280 stores and online across the US.
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Even With Mild COVID, Obesity May Mean Worse Symptoms

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California company recalls 10 tons of tamales for undeclared allergen

Demaiz Inc., doing business as Mex-tamale Foods, a San Jose, CA, establishment, is recalling 20,759 pounds of pork and beef tamales because of misbranding and undeclared... Read more ...

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Just How Fast Do Olympic Speed Skaters Move on the Ice? Blink and You Might Miss Them

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According to Health Officials, This Is When You Should Get the COVID-19 Booster Shot

On Oct. 20, nearly a month after Pfizer booster shots were approved for at-risk groups, the FDA has officially authorized Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters. The FDA also... Read more ...

Pasta Structure Affects Mastication, Bolus Properties, and Postprandial...

AbstractBackgroundStructure and protein-starch interactions in pasta products may be responsible for lower postprandial glycemic responses compared with other cereal... Read more ...

Decades of Activism Allowed Young HIV+ Queer People to Thrive, Not Just Survive

Decades of Activism Allowed Young HIV+ Queer People to Thrive, Not Just Survive

In July 1981, The New York Times released a story headlined: "Rare Cancer Seen in 41 Homosexuals." At the time, no one knew what this "cancer" was or where it came from. It... Read more ...