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The Stuff We're Made Of: B Complex Vitamins B-Complex Vitamins: Needed for energy, digestion, mental function, all body systems. Deficiency symptoms include fatigue, anemia, paleness, depression, gas, allergies, nausea, convulsions, and moodine ...
Jul 18 2007 4:38pm
The Right Proteins, Carbs and Vitamins Will Fuel Your Workout Humans are omnivores, meaning that our systems are set up to digest a complex mix of plant and animal proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and other nutrients. While some of us choose not to eat meat or da ...
Jul 06 2007 3:21pm
Pitfalls of Vegetarianism While being a vegetarian has many benefits to your health as well as the environment, there are some serious problems that can arise if you fail to take the proper supplements. B12 and other B-vitami ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
I'm 46 and have been a vegetarian for 29 years now;   eat egg ... more
May 05 2009 1:12pm
It's About Kids Kids are more active during school sport activities than when they sit in a classroom learning phonetics. But, still they need to keep a balance diet and here is a suggestion or two or three. If ...
Aug 28 2007 7:30am
Banish the Worry Wart in You Here are some tips to help nix the worrying habit (something I’m guilty of), and reduce tension, courtesy of Dr. Weil, MD: 1. Breathing Exercises. Deep belly breathing is one option. Others aboun ...
Jul 28 2007 6:31pm
Has anyone suffered from Vitamin B6 toxicity? I have a one year duration of presumed Vitamin B6 neurotoxicity- paresthesia, pins and needles, electical-shock sensations. I have been to a neurologist, internist, several, several other doctors an ...
Sep 27 2011 8:06pm
... monal signals of the monthly menstrual cycle by building up tissue, breaking it, and elim ... more
Mar 04 2013 10:57am
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm
Whole grains: High in nutrition and fiber, yet low in fat Grains come in many shapes and sizes, from large kernels of popcorn to small quinoa seeds. Also called cereals, grains are the widely varied seeds of grasses, which are cultivated for food. All types ...
Mar 15 2007 11:17am
Vitamins and what they don't tell you It's not as simple as popping a single whopping pill to get all your vitamin and mineral needs: For instance, vitamins A, D, E, and K are all fat soluble. Meaning, if you're getting it in a vitam ...
Apr 02 2008 5:00pm
Vitamin Supplements vs. Vitamins in Food In the past I have supplemented my diet with a few specific vitamins that I have read may be helpful and/or difficult to get enough of in foods (i.e. glucosamine-chondritin). However, I have also rea ...
Jun 10 2007 9:25pm
Gotta say, I've read some of Dr. Shayne's books, and the other comments here on the rig ... more
Apr 20 2010 2:05pm