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  1. New Research Sheds Light on Link Between Iron and Heart Disease

    New Research Sheds Light on Link Between Iron and Heart Disease

    Are you getting enough iron in your diet? Research on iron and heart disease suggests that getting enough of this mineral may be crucial to your health. We hear a lot about how diet can affect disease risk. However, there is a great deal of conflicting information. Is vegetarian food the healthiest choice? Should we be eating low-carb instead? While...
  2. Top 6 Crucial Vitamins for Men's Health

    Top 6 Crucial Vitamins for Men's Health

    Today, the "Standard American Diet" has become, well, standard -- especially among men. This diet is based on processed foods that are often lacking in nutrients and vitamins. The result is that many men in the United States are deficient in vitamins. In addition, men have slightly different nutritional needs than women and require more of certain vitamins to produce...
  3. Magnesium Benefits for Men Not Limited to Heart Health

    Magnesium Benefits for Men Not Limited to Heart Health

    Modern food tends to be over-processed and depleted of many of the nutrients we need for optimal health. Not too long ago, people focused on both getting enough calories and sufficient amounts of important vitamins; dietary deficiencies were mainly seen in people who were underfed or people living in extreme circumstances. Although people in the West now get plenty of calories...
  4. Natural Ingredients for Heart Health Offer Powerful Cardiovascular Support

    Natural Ingredients for Heart Health Offer Powerful Cardiovascular Support

    Cardiovascular disease is one of the top causes of death in the Western world. In an age of convenience foods and high stress, many people die of heart attacks, strokes and other diseases of our heart and blood vessels. There is a constant stream of new pharmaceuticals intended to preserve our cardiovascular system, but these are limited in effectiveness and...
  5. New Study Says Eating Yogurt Builds Healthy Bones

    New Study Says Eating Yogurt Builds Healthy Bones

    New research on yogurt for bone health suggests that probiotic foods and other products may offer more benefits for building strong bones than calcium alone. Probiotics have been the subject of much modern scientific research. Studies indicate that they can help to maintain a healthy GI tract and contributing to better digestive, immune and even brain function. However, this is...
  6. Controversial New Findings Spark Debate Over Saturated Fats and Heart Health

    Controversial New Findings Spark Debate Over Saturated Fats and Heart Health

    New research on saturated fats and heart health has set off a controversy in the medical community. Do saturated fats truly cause heart disease? Or are they really not that bad for you? Medical advice changes almost by the week. One day we hear that margarine is better, the next day margarine is deadly and butter is the way to go...
  7. New Breakthroughs Uncover a Promising Link Between Vitamin C and Cancer

    New Breakthroughs Uncover a Promising Link Between Vitamin C and Cancer

    There are treatments for many types of cancer, but many come with uncomfortable side effects. New studies on vitamin C and cancer suggest that this vitamin may offer hope as a safe and natural adjunct treatment. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world, killing nine million people per year around the globe. While there are...
  8. Ingredients for Healthy Vision Help You See Clearly into the Golden Years

    Ingredients for Healthy Vision Help You See Clearly into the Golden Years

    Most people view changes in vision as inevitable parts of aging. However, there are natural ingredients for healthy vision that may be able to protect against, slow or even reverse certain age-related vision problems. We depend on our vision for a variety of tasks and may even take it for granted. From driving to shopping to enjoying artwork, our eyes...
  9. Muscle Injuries in Athletes Could Be Caused by Low Vitamin D

    Muscle Injuries in Athletes Could Be Caused by Low Vitamin D

    Many people take vitamin D to encourage strong, healthy bones. New research on vitamin D and muscle function suggests that it may be a major contributor to building and maintaining healthy muscles as well. Vitamin D is an important cofactor in metabolism, bone building and more. However, many people in northern latitudes suffer from a deficiency of this important nutrient...
  10. Red Wine Compound Resveratrol May Protect Lungs and Respiratory Health

    Red Wine Compound Resveratrol May Protect Lungs and Respiratory Health

    Many people struggle with respiratory concerns as they age. New research on resveratrol lung benefits suggests that this compound found in red wine may help protect the lungs against premature aging and disease. Respiratory concerns are some of the most serious causes of death on the globe, killing around three million people a year and affecting many times more. These include common health problems such...

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