What we eat can really make a difference in reducing our cancer risk. New research finds that cancer incidence is reduced by foods high in zinc and iron.
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Two medical experts have published a review of the recent Iowa Women’s multivitamin study data that shows the study actually revealed that multivitamins and a number of single vitamins and minerals reduced mortality rates among the group. The study analyzed the results of...
Many of us ask whether multivitamin supplements are really good for us. Research has found they may not be so good for us after all.
Research confirms that mineral deficiencies often occur in children with ADHD.
Iron is a necessary nutrient but there is a downside to overloading with iron in supplements. Turns out iron contributes to artery disease and LDL-cholesterol oxidation.