A multivitamin is very, very unlikely to kill anyone. If there is risk attached to the use of such supplements, it is very small. But there may be some risk -- and there is no reliable indication of benefit.
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Kale is far more nutritious than other leafy greens, but these seven reasons why it is such an important futurefood may just surprise you.
If you are one of the many people in the battle to fight the bulge, you will be pleased to learn that there are actually foods that may help you burn fat.
Drugs aren't the only answer. Medication or no medication, drinking alcohol and carbonated beverages and smoking aren't recommended, and a diet rich in calcium and Vitamin D is beneficial.
There is no scientific evidence that raw milk is superior to pasteurized milk in any way. If you were to compare nutrition labels, the two are nearly identical.
When it comes to building healthy bones, magnesium is as important as calcium and vitamin D are! Without adequate magnesium too much calcium gets inside the cell, causing unforeseen complications.
ABC news reported Monday that a growing number of women are experiencing "unusual breaks" in their thigh bones. Now, many are pointing to the popular ...
The ad on television for General Mills' cereals was seemingly benign. Just more marketing of sugary cereals to kids under the guise they are healthy and have whole grains in them.
Kale is rich in calcium, iron, potassium, sulfur, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and folic acid. One cup of kale has more calcium than one cup of milk.
Though we've all heard of chia pets, this tiny ancient black seed is a bonafide nourishing food crop. It's considered an energy tonic that enhances joint activity and sexual health.
This is the first of three articles on what helps keep bones healthy and strong -- and what does not. We will be covering both prevention of and treatment for osteoporosis for women as well as men.
In this, our final segment on Osteoporosis, let's take a closer look at some of the myths and legends of the effects of eating meat, minerals and proteins and quaffing a pint or two.
Got vitamin D? It may protect you from heart disease....
If not sleeping is becoming more the norm; it's time to take a look at your food. Yes, you heard me, your food. More and more evidence is showing that eating habits are linked to sleep habits.
New research from Hong Kong found that green tea, one of the most popular drinks around the world, may benefit bone health and the researchers suggest...
Breaking a hip or vertebrae increases your risk of dying.
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma, summed up all nutritional research in 3 simple principles: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants."
May marks Osteoporosis Awareness Month, and this year, let's shift the focus from increasing bone density to reducing fracture risk.
Calcium is a tricky beast:
-- If you get over 250% of your recommended daily allowance, your body can OD on it.
-- If you don't get enough, your bones...
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