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Green Coffee Bean Extract May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes

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Green Coffee Bean Extract May Help Control Type 2 Diabetes

While nobody is suggesting that you start your day staring into a mug of warm, green liquid (a particularly unappetizing concept, especially if you use cream), there is scientific evidence that drinking coffee can help reduce the risk of developing diabetes. It is just that green, or unroasted, coffee beans contain more of the chemical…
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Multivitamin Review: Ultra Preventive X by Douglas Laboratories

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Multivitamin Review: Ultra Preventive X by Douglas Laboratories

Douglas Laboratories Ultra Preventive X is ranked #3 in our comparison of over 100 popular multivitamin brands available on the market in North America. Below is our summary of the strong and weak points of this product, based on analysis conducted by the MultivitaminGuide.org team. Overall Ultra Preventive X by Douglas Labs is an excellent…
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Want to Improve Your Health and Stay Slim? Eat Avocados More Often

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Want to Improve Your Health and Stay Slim? Eat Avocados More Often

If you are looking for a way to maintain a healthy weight and reduce your risk of serious health conditions like coronary artery disease, type-2 diabetes, and stroke, a first of its kind study indicates that eating avocados can help you do just that. The study used data gathered by the Centers for Disease Control…
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Get Off Your Butt! Sitting for More than 4 Hours a Day Is Bad for Your Health

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Get Off Your Butt! Sitting for More than 4 Hours a Day Is Bad for Your Health

That’s right. Sitting is bad for you. So lie down and read what the scientists have discovered while you have been dangerously sitting at your computer. Professor Richard Rosenkranz and colleagues at the University of Western Sydney, studied the relationship between time spent sitting and chronic disease in 63,048 males between the ages of 45…
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Why Natural Vitamin E Is Better Than Synthetic

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Why Natural Vitamin E Is Better Than Synthetic

The term “vitamin E” refers to a group of eight different isomers of a chemical called alpha-tocopherol. Of these, only one isomer is the biologically active form. Vitamin E from natural sources is enriched in this form, whereas synthetic sources of alpha-tocopherol contain a mixture of dl-alpha tocopherol. This means that in order to obtain…
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DHA from Algae: A Great Source of Omega-3 for Vegetarians and Vegans

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DHA from Algae: A Great Source of Omega-3 for Vegetarians and Vegans

There are many types of omega-3 fatty acids, but experts agree that Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is the most important of them all. DHA plays a critical role for the proper development and function of the human brain. So critical, in fact, that NASA scientists searched high and low for a nutrient-rich source of DHA to…
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Did You Know That Vitamin D Improves Your Dental Health and Helps Prevent Tooth Cavities?

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Did You Know That Vitamin D Improves Your Dental Health and Helps Prevent Tooth Cavities?

Vitamin D helps your body produce cathelicidin and defensins, two proteins that have antibacterial properties and fight bacteria that cause dental caries. They may also neutralize toxic byproducts. Vitamin D also helps your body absorb calcium which is required to build and maintain strong teeth. To learn more interesting facts about vitamin D, go to MultivitaminGuide.org/VitaminD Read more »


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Thumbs Up for the White Potato! Increase Potassium Intake Without Gaining Weight

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Thumbs Up for the White Potato! Increase Potassium Intake Without Gaining Weight

We are punching the air with delight here! Having been brought up to believe that potatoes are the work of the devil and will only make you fat, it is too marvelous for words that scientists are now telling us that potatoes, especially white potatoes, are a must-have in our diets. The reason for this…
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Bitter Melon Juice Inhibits Pancreatic Cancer Growth by 60%

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Bitter Melon Juice Inhibits Pancreatic Cancer Growth by 60%

The bitter melon looks like a knobbly cucumber. It inspires curiosity. It tastes unlike anything you have ever eaten before or would have ever considered eating in the past. However, once you have eaten it and benefited from its rocket fuel-like effects, you learn to actually love the bitter taste, to even crave for it….
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Are Liquid Multivitamins Better Absorbed by the Body?

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Are Liquid Multivitamins Better Absorbed by the Body?

Have you heard statements like “liquid multivitamins are more bioavailable than multivitamins in tablet form” or “multivitamin tablets cannot be fully absorbed by the organism and just create expensive urine”? If you’ve heard such claims, you may wonder if there is any truth to them. The answer is “yes”, there is some truth to them,…
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Feeling Blue? Folate Supplementation Can Relieve Symptoms of Depression

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Feeling Blue? Folate Supplementation Can Relieve Symptoms of Depression

Today, depression affects one in ten adults in the United States. According to the World Health Organization, by the year 2020, Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) could be the Number Two cause of disability in the world. This is a particularly alarming statistic for Baby Boomers; according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),…
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Vitamin D Associated with a 50% Reduction in Tooth Decay in Children

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Vitamin D Associated with a 50% Reduction in Tooth Decay in Children

A review of pre-existing dental studies on the importance of vitamin D to help prevent tooth decay was published in the latest edition of Nutrition Reviews. The study presents an overview of the clinical trials dating back from the 1920’s to the 1980’s. The result of the studies showed that high vitamin D levels led…
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