Selenium, vitamin K2 and nicotinamide riboside ride new research toward roles beyond being ...
|Selenium, vitamin K2 and nicotinamide riboside ride new research toward roles beyond being ...||Darrell Miller||05/26/18|
May 26, 2018 09:16 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Selenium, vitamin K2 and nicotinamide riboside ride new research toward roles beyond being ...
When we're in need of a new multivitamin, we typically just run to the local drug store and take whatever we see on the shelf. Lately, researchers have been digging deeper into what these mainstream pharmaceutical companies are putting into these multivitamin supplements. A good example is a chemical called selenium. Studies by certain commercial corporations claim that it has cancer fighting abilities, but the research seems to be a bit vague and even watered down.
- Many of the controversial ingredients in vitamin K2 are found originally in fermented products.
- Fortunately, one benefit of vitamin K2 is that it has been shown to improve the transportation of calcium which improves vascular health.
- Niacin was discovered all the way back in the 1930's by Conrad Elvehjem, PhD. He was an experienced biochemist.
"New indications for ingredients that have been featured in many multivitamin products have helped to expand their reach into different formulations and even standalone products."
Read more: https://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Article/2018/04/24/Selenium-vitamin-K2-and-nicotinamide-riboside-ride-new-research-toward-roles-beyond-being-multivitamin-bit-players