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Vitamins

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Targeted use of supplements can lower healthcare costs

Supplements can and should be recommended to those at risk of coronary heart disease as a way of improving health and lowering the risk of hospitalisation in the longer-term


8 December, 2014
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SAD in the winter? You may need more vitamin D

A new international review has shown that vitamin D is likely to be a contributing factor in seasonal depression.


2 December, 2014
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Vitamin B3 compound could help prevent hearing loss

New evidence suggests that a simple chemical compound that is a precursor to vitamin B3 (niacin) could prevent noise-induced hearing loss.


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Resveratrol supplement boosts brain power

The powerful antioxidant compound found in red grape skins, has been found to improve short-term memory, say scientists


21 August, 2014
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Seaweed’s a natural for boosting iodine levels

Wild wrack is a natural source of iodine that can be taken as a supplement or incorporated into the diet as a green food


8 August, 2014
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How zinc protects against sepsis infection

Zinc controls several immune pathways which help keep infection and inflammation in check, according to new research


4 August, 2014
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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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