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Vitamins

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Daily probiotics can improve blood pressure

Whether taken as yoghurt, fermented and sour milk and cheese, or supplements, regular probiotics can have a beneficial effect on blood pressure.


23 July, 2014
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Calcium/vitamin D combo improves gestational diabetes

Calcium plus vitamin D supplementation could improve the metabolic profile of women suffering from gestational diabetes – and benefit their babies too


26 June, 2014
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Fortified cereals and snack foods could pose risk to kids’ health

Cereals and snack bars, with little else to recommend them nutritionally, can be ‘over-fortified’ with certain nutrients, say researchers


25 June, 2014
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High Court victory for glucosamine users

A new court ruling in the UK means that supplement users can continue to have unrestricted access to glucosamine supplements


27 May, 2014
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B5 supplement could help lower cholesterol

New evidence has shown that taking pantethine, a form of vitamin B5, can lower LDL (‘bad’) cholesterol by 11%


21 May, 2014
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Vitamin D deficiency linked to aggressive prostate cancer

New research suggests that vitamin D deficiency could be an important indicator of aggressive prostate cancer


5 May, 2014
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Probiotics reduce inflammation, pain in rheumatoid arthritis

Supplementing with Lactobacillus casei 01 has been shown to help improve tender and swollen joints in RA sufferers


15 April, 2014
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Supplementing with iron makes your workout more effective

Iron deficiency can lead to a spiral of fatigue that leaves women feeling unable to get the exercise they need to stay healthy


14 April, 2014
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Can vitamin A stop cancer before it starts?

Tiny amounts of the vitamin A derivative, retionoic acid, may be able to stop pre-cancerous cells from developing into full-blown cancer


3 April, 2014
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Food supplements remain popular across the EU

The popularity of plant and food-based supplements is on the rise in Europe, according to new data, but individual countries have their own preferences


26 March, 2014
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