Stress can maim, even kill. People who work under tremendous pressure get sick more often. They’re human time bombs waiting to explode.
Lots of kids don’t like vegetables. They’ll push them around their plates in an attempt to disguise the fact that barely a bite has been eaten. But leafy green vegetables are a great source of vitamin K, which is essential for your children’s health. In fact, new research suggests that a lack of vitamin K might seriously affect adolescent heart health.
The failure of the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine has been well documented here at Health Impact News, as new outbreaks of whooping cough among those fully vaccinated for pertussis continues to make news.
Dr. Suzanne Humphries has been gracious enough to share her Vitamin C protocol for fighting whooping cough. If you or your child are faced with fighting whooping cough, the last thing you need is a debate on the merits of the pertussis vaccine. You need advice on effective treatment options, and that is what Dr. Humphries provides in this presentation.
We must keep the FDA from turning a vital nutrient over to Big Pharma. Action Alert!
An important study finds that carbidopa, a standard Parkinson’s drug, “irreversibly binds to and permanently deactivates” pyridoxal-5’-phosphate (P5P), a key form of vitamin B6 in the body. The authors describe the essential role P5P plays in the body: “[P5P] is required for the function of over 300 enzymes and proteins. Virtually every major system of the body is impacted directly or indirectly by [it].”
Vitamin B12 is one of the most essential, yet overlooked vitamins in the world. It plays a major role in the metabolism of each of our body cells, and if we have insufficient amounts of it for a longer period, it can lead to long-term diseases and neurological conditions.
Therefore, it’s crucial that you know the first warning signs of vitamin B12 deficiency so that you can treat it on time and prevent numerous health problems.
Hair loss and thinning hair is a problem that affects many people. By the age of 35, about 66% of men will experience some type of hair loss or thinning. By their mid-50s, about 85% of men will have lost a significant amount of hair. Although it’s talked about less, hair loss affects women as well; about 40% of people who experience hair loss are women.
And, because it’s generally considered more acceptable, or at least more common in men, hair loss can be especially distressing for women, causing depression and negatively affecting self-esteem.
by Andrew W. Saul, Editor
By golly, Lincoln was right. You really can fool some of the people all of the time. When the topic is vitamins, some of the most easily fooled are news broadcasters and newspaper reporters.
NBC's supplement-bashing headline article displays an ignorance of clinical nutrition that is difficult to ignore, so we haven't. Read the rest of the story.
IF YOU HAVE RECENTLY HEARD THAT VITAMINS ARE HARMFUL, you may want to read this page, or at least as much of it as you need to get your perspective back.
How to Make People Believe Any Anti-Vitamin Scare
If only you could stop the overeating, you could not only stop gaining weight, but maybe you'd actually lose weight. Better still, you could regain control over your eating and your life! As it turns out, this may be more possible than you may think.
Numerous double-blind studies,1, 2 have shown that the amino acid 5-hydroxytryptophan (“5-HTP”) is highly effective in easing anxiety and depression. However, over the past decade or so, more and more studies are coming out that show 5-HTP may be a valuable weight loss tool as well.
(NaturalHealth365) Although surrounded by fruits rich in vitamin C, the earliest European colonists settling in the New World suffered severe deficiency of this critical vitamin. Archaeologists have studied the bones of the early settlers of La Isabela, located in the modern-day Dominican Republic, and found evidence of scurvy.