Vitamins

Vitamins are vital nutrients that our bodies need in order to function properly and to stay disease-free, which are mainly obtained through our diets. However, considering how nutrient deficient the Western diet is, most people lack optimum levels of vital vitamins like vitamin D, K, C and E.

These vital nutrients have a diverse biochemical functions. Vitamin D, for instance, synthesises hormones, helps with mineral metabolism and the regulation of cell and tissue growth. Vitamin C and E, act as antioxidants and help protect the body against free-radical damage.

Supplementing with vitamins is an essential part of maintaining a healthy body and to help prevent disease. And while the mainstream keeps dispelling the benefits of supplements, the Daily Health will help you make sense between the facts and fiction when it comes to the health benefits of supplementation.

Latest Articles in Vitamins

vitamin D, immunity, colds and flu

Top Up Your Vitamin D Levels This Winter

This year we don't have much to complain about in terms of the winter weather... so far... However, let's face it, those beautiful sunny summer days are still far from reaching our...

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vitamin D

Behold The Vitamin D Deficiency Epidemic

We are barely a few months into winter and let's face it, our prospects of a bit of sunshine in the coming months are looking bleak... especially if you take the last few weeks of...

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vitamin C, vaccine, vaccines, cancer

Vitamin C Combats Vaccine Toxicity

Vaccines get a bad rap. That's because they DESERVE it. Yes, I'm looking at you Gardasil, flu shot, pneumonia vaccine, shingles vaccine, etc. If you don't glow with vaccine love,...

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Irrefutable Evidence Supports Multivitamin Use

Yesterday, I told you about a remarkable multivitamin study. It was remarkable because it was a stunning missed opportunity. The results showed a very slight potential to preven...

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aspirin therapy, paracetamol, vision loss, calcium, aspirin

Flawed Calcium Review Leaves Osteoporosis Sufferers Worried and Confused

Potty! That's the word that came to mind when I read a meta- analysis published in the July issue of the British Journal of Medicine (BMJ), which reported that calcium supplementa...

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multivitamins

Yet Another Attempt To Give Multivitamins A Bad Name…

Oh goodness... here we go again... it's time for another comically feeble "exposé" of the imagined dangers, drawbacks, and pointlessness of multivitamins. Sadly, these occasion...

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