Monthly Archives: February 2015

Childhood Exposure to Good Food Inspires Healthy Eating Later in Life

Childhood Exposure to Good Food Inspires Healthy Eating Later in Life Newly published research suggests one factor is the types of foods that graced your childhood dinner table. It seems that with healthy eating, as with so much else, the example set by one's parents is vitally important. Specifically, a study finds a … Read

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How B Vitamins Work

How B Vitamins Work B vitamins are used to treat neurological problems, blood disorders and skin problems. There are eight B vitamins that keep our bodies properly functioning. 1) Thiamine (B1): Thiamine helps produce acetylcholine, which is responsible for transmitting messages in the brain. A deficiency is marked by bad short-term memory, sensitive teeth or

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Vitamin A (Retinol): A Review of Everything You Ever Needed to Know

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4 Good Reasons to Take a Vitamin D Supplement

4 Good Reasons to Take a Vitamin D Supplement There aren't many dietary sources of vitamin D, and most of the foods that do contain vitamin D are animal products: fatty fish, beef liver, and cheese for example. Mushrooms are one of the only plant-based food sources for vitamin D. If you've … Read more

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13 Foods High in Iron

13 Foods High in Iron Iron is essential for the production of hemoglobin, a protein that allows red blood cells to carry oxygen to all the part of your body. It's also a component of myoglobin — that's similar to hemoglobin. It's found in your muscle cells. The average … Read more on About.com: Health

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