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What Does Bio Available Mean and Why Is It Important To My Supplements !

We would like to start with a not so fun fact: Not all nutrients you take are absorbed by your body.Bioavailability is the proportion of the amount of the nutrient you take and how much gets absorbed by your body. Bioavailability of supplements is a very important factor as it defines the efficacy of your supplement. The irony is [...]

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Why Is It Important To Know The Quality Of Your Vitamins And Supplements?

There are plenty of supplements out there in the market that provide you a wide range of vitamins and essential minerals. To keep their expenses less and sales margins high, most of the retail versions of these supplements use a cheap form of these minerals. Here, cheap doesn’t mean substandard quality, but those minerals forms which are either not absorbed [...]

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Calcium, Vitamin D3 and Seniors

As a person starts aging, the functionality of the body changes a great deal. And with all the physical and hormonal changes, the nutrient needs also change. Bone density and bone health changes with age and thus the calcium and vitamin D needs also change a great deal.Calcium and vitamin D (especially vitamin D3) are the two most crucial nutrients [...]

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Stretch Marks, Scars and Asiatic Acid

While there are some tough souls out there who are not afraid or embarrassed of flaunting their stretch marks or scars from a wound, there are not many people who can withstand the idea of letting their scars or stretch marks to be visible.Some fitness enthusiasts like to show their stretch marks, with a belief that these scars symbolize [...]

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Physical Fitness and Curcumin

Given the current office environment that we are used to working in, subjected to tremendous stress and prolonged sitting, exercising on a routine basis has become a necessity.Staying physically active not only keeps you in good shape, daily exercise, or working out at least three times a week also keeps your mentally alert and happier in comparison to how [...]

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Natural Treatments for Liver Disease

The liver happens to be the largest internal organ of the body. It also happens to be among those organs that need to keep working incessantly to keep you healthy and disease free. The liver not only aids in digesting our food, it also has to filter out all the toxins from your body. When you add alcohol and [...]

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Milk Thistle Can Benefit Dogs

Just the way we are always prone to toxins of various types, our pets also have to deal with the same on a daily basis. You can provide them toxin free food in the form of specialized feeds, but what about the water? And the air, what can we do about it, nothing, nada, zilch.The airborne and waterborne toxins reach [...]

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Osteoarthritis and Curcumin

Turmeric is rich in curcumin, a brilliant yellow compound that gives this plant its signature yellow color. Turmeric is widely used as a spice in plenty of Indian dishes because of the vibrant color and flavor it adds to the dishes. Apart from the flavor and color, turmeric also acts as a digestive aid in those cuisines.But that’s not [...]

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Health Benefits of Psyllium Husk

Psyllium husk, is a fiber derived from Plantago Ovata, an herb that extensively grows in India. Psyllium husk has been used as a mild, bulk-forming laxative for many years.Psyllium husk is a soluble fiber, and thus it passes through the digestive system without getting completely absorbed or broken down.What psyllium husk does, is it absorbs water and becomes a gelatin-like compound that [...]

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For The Consumer, The Prospect For Safer Dietary Supplements

The U.S. FDA is moving closer to adopting regulations that will ensure the safety of ingredients that go into all those capsules and tablets consumers ingest in the hope of promoting health and preventing disease.The agency issued draft guidance on August 11, 2016, a revised version of what it had proposed back in 2011. The [...]

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