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Vitamin and Supplements
Two new vitamin D studies have revealed new prescriptions for possibly preventing up to half of the cases of breast cancer and two thirds of the cases of colorectal cancer in the United States.
A popular nutritional supplement could lend muscle strength to people with muscular dystrophies.
Investigate the link of vitamin D levels and Multiple Sclerosis, researchers have found an association between higher levels of vitamin D in the body and a lower risk of MS.
Supplements are not substitutes for healthful dietary patterns, and adolescents should be encouraged to adopt healthful patterns.
The relationship between dietary antioxidants and oxidative damage in smokers: evidence of effect modification by lifestyle and genetic factors.
Antioxidant vitamins and folic acid didn't slow the development of cardiovascular disease among high risk women.
Curry spice extract, turmeric supplements may offer arthritis hope.
Supplement dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), which is popularly used for antiaging, has no effect on aging markers such as muscle strength, peak endurance, muscle mass, fat mass and glucose tolerance.
Omega 3 fatty acid supplements may slow cognitive decline in some patients with very mild Alzheimer's disease.
This issue has more papers testing the dietary supplement efficacy of commercially available products against their marketed claims.
Unproven drug claims prompt seizure of dietary supplements.
The effects of calcium supplementation on bone density in healthy children is very little.
In addition to Vitamin D, the researchers also measured the association between pancreatic cancer and the intakes of calcium and retinol (Vitamin A).
In recent weeks, many news reports have focused on the potential health benefits of vitamin D. This news coverage has led to the incorrect perception that you have to intentionally seek the sun or an artificial source of ultraviolet (UV) radiation in order to get the health benefits that vitamin D may provide.
There is little current evidence that specific dietary interventions work, thus on this evidence we cannot recommend their widespread use in cancer management.
An alternative form of natural vitamin E can be taken by mouth and will reach the blood in humans at levels determined to protect against stroke and other diseases.
Creatine monohydrate, a dietary supplement often marketed as a way to enhance athletic performance and to increase weight, muscle size and strength, could cause health problems for some adolescents.
Major intestinal surgery, including stomach reduction for obesity, may boost the chances of subsequent vitamin A deficiency.
The number one cause of toxic reaction from herbal or dietary supplements is not from the herb itself, but from possible contaminants that may be in the supplement.
Researchers reported data on the content of the two other major types of dietary vitamin K, menaquinones and dihydrophylloquinone, in more than 500 commonly consumed meats, dairy foods, fast foods, grains, cereals and baked goods.
New research shows calcium in food might do more to protect bones than supplemental calcium in pill form.