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Vitamins & Supplements

Fed Vitamin D Guidelines Off by an Order of Magnitude

By August West | Contributing Writer

The Federal RDAs for vitamin D are, "grossly inadequate" for most ordinary people, let alone people with pronounced vitamin D deficiencies, according to a detailed analysis of 3,885 episodes of vitamin D supplementation in over 1,300 individuals.

Dietary Supplements Benefit from Innovations in Capsule Technology

By Janet Gulland | Contributing Writer

As the number of people taking dietary supplements has grown, and products such as omega-3s and probiotics have become a more common part of clinical practice, there has been increasing scrutiny on the quality of the ingredients that comprise them.

Fed Vitamin D Guidelines Off By Order of Magnitude

By Erik Goldman

The Federal RDAs for vitamin D are “grossly inadequate” for most ordinary people, let alone people with pronounced vitamin D deficiencies, according to a detailed analysis of 3,885 episodes of vitamin D supplementation in over 1,300 individuals.

There's a NAC to Treating COPD

By August West, Contributing Writer

Twice daily supplementation with N-Acetylcysteine improves respiratory function and markedly reduces morbidity in elderly people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to data from a large, year-long, placebo-controlled clinical trial.

Vitamin D Deficiency Raises Obesity Risk

By August West | Contributing Writer

Researchers in Spain have shown a definitive link between low serum vitamin D and the prevalence of obesity. Rather than being a consequence of obesity, the vitamin deficiency may play a causative role.

D-Ribose Improves QOL For People with Chronic Fatigue

By Kristen Schepker | Contributing Writer

D-ribose, a naturally occurring pentose carbohydrate, has great potential as a remedy for CFS.

Oral Vitamin C No Remedy for Gout

By John Otrompke, Contributing Writer
High doses of vitamin C taken orally will increase the excretion of uric acid, but not enough to significantly reduce the symptoms of gout, according to a recent study from New Zealand.

Low Vitamin D Raises Obesity Risk

By Erik Goldman
Researchers in Spain have shown a definitive link between low serum vitamin D and the prevalence of obesity. Rather than being a consequence, the vitamin deficiency may play a causative role.

Bifido Probiotic Quells Pollen Allergies

By Erik Goldman

Oral supplementation with a specific strain of Bifidobacterium lactis (NCC2818) markedly reduced clinical symptoms as well as inflammatory cytokine concentrations and basophil activation in people with seasonal allergic rhinitis and grass pollen allergies.

Perinatal Choline May Reduce Risk of Schizophrenia

By Gabrielle Zastrocky, Contributing Writer - Vol. 14, No. 1. Spring, 2013
While it is too soon to make clinical recommendations, new research shows that choline supplementation during pregnancy and after may help attenuate one of the key brain changes characteristic of schizophrenia,

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