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Vitamin C makes cancer treatment more effective

Ultra-high doses of vitamin C could be a safe and potentially effective addition to cancer treatments, according to new research.

3 April, 2017

B vitamins protect against air pollution

B vitamins, such as folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12, may play an important role in reducing genetic damage caused by air pollution.

16 March, 2017

Vitamin C targets cancer stem cells

Vitamin C is up to ten times more effective at stopping cancer cell growth than common pharmaceuticals according to a new study by UK scientists.

9 March, 2017

Omega-3 could help you live longer

A new study has shown that older women with the highest omega-3 levels in their blood are less likely to die early from any cause.

2 March, 2017

B complex supplement helps fight candida

Taking vitamin B supplements alongside conventional treatment can help treat cases of complicated vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), according to new research.

24 February, 2017

Vitamin D could dramatically reduce cold and flu incidence

More than three million people across the UK could reduce their risk of colds or flu every year if everyone received adequate daily or weekly levels of vitamin D, according a new report.

16 February, 2017

Vitamin K necessary for heart health

Two recent studies suggest that vitamin K2 (menaquinone) plays a key role in activating proteins that help keep arteries flexible and clear.

6 February, 2017

Does vitamin D deficiency play a role in metabolic syndrome?

A high fat diet alone may not be enough to cause metabolic syndrome, say scientists; but combined with vitamin D deficiency it could raise our risk for diabetes, heart disease and more.

23 January, 2017

Protect against heart disease and diabetes with magnesium

A magnesium-rich diet could help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke, according to results from a new meta-analysis.

4 January, 2017

Zinc protects against diabetes complications

Higher zinc levels in the blood may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease for those with diabetes, according to a new review.

30 November, 2016