187 content results for "mens vitamins"
Newly discovered benefits for very important vitamins; Vitamin K fights inflammation and Vitamin D is related to important cardiovascular-antioxidant protection
Scientists from the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Center on Aging, Tufts University, Boston, state that there is evidence that Vitamin K and Vitamin D play a protective role against inflammation. They used high-quality investigational-research tooMore info...
November 23, 2007
Immune Health by: Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+The purpose of the immune system is to keep infectious microbes such as dangerous bacteria, viruses, parasites and yeasts, out of the body, and to destroy any infectious microorganisms that do iMore info...
September 19, 2011
September 16, 2011
The InVite® Multi Vitamins are the cornerstone to any health program, providing essential nutrients and support. The Core, Women's, Men's, Kid's, Performance, and One-a-day Multi Vitamins target your condition-specific needs. The path towaMore info...
September 16, 2011
European researchers who are part of the Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study that there is a correlation between higher levels of vitamins B2 and B6 and a lower risk of developing colorectal cancer. &nbsMore info...
October 4, 2010
Diabetics are at greater risk of loosing memory than their healthy peers. In this new, small study diabetics were fed a high fat, the same meal with antioxidant Vitamins, or just water. The patients did not usually take antioxidant supplements. A batMore info...
June 16, 2008
An Australian study shows that safe, inexpensive B Vitamins could be powerful heavy hitters in the fight against migraines. Professor Lyn Griffiths of Griffith University said a trial found that Vitamin B-complex supplements and also the B vitamin foMore info...
February 24, 2009
DHA is one of the two healthy fats found in fish such as salmon or sardine. DHA is also available in supplement form from either fish or from a vegetarian source (algae source). In this study researchers from Tufts University and the University of WiMore info...
June 29, 2009
288 hospitalized patients were compared to 144 hospitalized cervical cancer patients. Patients with cancer had a lower intake of Beta-Carotene from their diet and a lower intake of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E fromMore info...
February 17, 2010
A mild deficiency of Folic Acid, if accompanied by mild deficiencies of Vitamins B2, B6, and B12 may allow alterations in pathways that then increase the risk of colon cancer
Scientists at the USDA Human Nutrition research Center on Aging at Tufts University understand why the results of a study concerning a single nutrient should not be considered in a vacuum; nutrients work in pathways that are dependent on other nutrieMore info...
November 28, 2007