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Facts About Hemp / Many Uses of Hemp Darrell Miller 11/30/19
4 reasons you should eat more mushrooms Darrell Miller 5/9/19
Why do I have so much gas? Darrell Miller 4/22/19
The 9 Essential Amino Acids To Lower Blood Sugar, Build Muscle &Reduce Stress Darrell Miller 3/21/19
Vitamin K2 Steps Into the Spotlight for Bone and Heart Health VitaNet, LLC Staff 11/3/18
What Are The Health Benefits Of Vitamin B12? VitaNet, LLC Staff 8/28/18
The facts about candida overgrowth and how to overcome it VitaNet, LLC Staff 8/21/18
Is Your Body Too Alkaline Or Too Acidic? Here's How To Know Darrell Miller 8/8/18
Lactic acid bacteria can protect against Influenza A virus, study finds Darrell Miller 12/19/17
What To Eat (And Avoid) For Better Skin This Winter Darrell Miller 12/5/17
I Drink This 5-Ingredient Coffee Recipe Every Day To Fight Inflammation Darrell Miller 12/4/17
Vitamin K: Your New Superhero For a Healthy Living Darrell Miller 11/15/17
Why You Should Include Probiotic In Your Diet? Darrell Miller 11/10/17
What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia Darrell Miller 10/27/17
Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods (Dairy Free) | Natural Cures Darrell Miller 8/25/17
ARE YOUR MEDICINES MAKING YOU SICK? Darrell Miller 8/24/17
Prebiotics may help reduce weight and inflammation Darrell Miller 8/14/17
Ask Well: Should We Be Buying Iodized Salt? Darrell Miller 7/25/17
Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35% Darrell Miller 7/22/17
What’s the Best, Healthiest Butter Substitute? Darrell Miller 7/12/17
Craving chocolate could mean you're suffering from a magnesium deficiency Darrell Miller 7/10/17
What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality Darrell Miller 6/3/17
Colostrum: Immune Boosting Powerhouse Darrell Miller 5/25/17
5 Body Odors You Should Never Ignore Darrell Miller 4/29/17
Never Ignore These Warning SIGNS OF VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY! Darrell Miller 4/25/17
How Much Salt Should You Really Be Eating? Darrell Miller 4/3/17
Carbohydrates Are Not Your Enemy During Weight Loss Darrell Miller 3/26/17
What Are the Best Snacks Before Bedtime? Darrell Miller 3/21/17
This Chinese Herb (+ Iron) Kills Cancer Cells in 16 Hours Darrell Miller 3/18/17
What to Eat for better and stronger immune system? Darrell Miller 3/17/17
Dairy and vitamin D supplements protect against bone loss Darrell Miller 3/14/17
Medical News Today: Cholesterol levels: What they mean and keeping them healthy Darrell Miller 3/14/17
7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40 Darrell Miller 3/9/17
7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40 Darrell Miller 3/9/17
Are Plant Proteins Complete Proteins? Darrell Miller 3/4/17
AVOID THESE 10 FOODS TO AVOID WORSE JOINT PAIN!! Darrell Miller 2/14/17
Foods to grab during a workout Darrell Miller 2/13/17
Is the Mediterranean diet good for kids, too? Darrell Miller 2/5/17
Best Foods To Fight Bladder Cancer || Health Benefits of Mushrooms Darrell Miller 1/29/17
The 3 most exciting developments in sports nutrition right now, according to scientists Darrell Miller 1/9/17
A year-end look at superfoods: What's good, bad and just odd Darrell Miller 1/9/17
4 foods that can help you to improve your arthritis symptoms Darrell Miller 1/4/17
The foods that fight bloating Darrell Miller 1/3/17
Avoid These 10 Foods Strictly To Prevent Chronic Inflammation Darrell Miller 12/28/16
Reverse osteoporosis naturally for strong and healthy bones Darrell Miller 12/10/16
Balance your body naturally with these alkaline foods Darrell Miller 12/4/16
Calcium Supplements and the Heart: Clearing Up the Confusion Darrell Miller 11/26/16
How to Build Strong Bones Darrell Miller 11/7/16
Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiency Darrell Miller 11/6/16
Soy should not be consumed in significant quantities unless it has been fermented or otherwise traditionally processed; industrially processed soy should be avoided Darrell Miller 11/1/16



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Facts About Hemp / Many Uses of Hemp
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Date: November 30, 2019 12:11 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Facts About Hemp / Many Uses of Hemp

  • Hemp is one of the earliest known domesticated plants, cultivated by civilizations for thousands of years.
  • Agricultural hemp comes from the Cannabis Sativa L. plant.
  • Agricultural hemp grows differently than THC-containing cannabis, and looks similar to bamboo.
  • Hemp has little potential to produce high-content THC when pollinated.
  • Cannabidio, or CBD, is the second most prominent compound found in the hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) plant.

Many Uses of Hemp

The Stalk

  • Textiles
  • Paper
  • Organic Compost
  • Rope
  • Animal Bedding
  • Concrete
  • Construction Materials
  • Automotive Interiors
  • SkinCare Products
  • Beverages

Roots of The Hemp Plant

  • Organic Compost

Hemp Seeds / Flowers

  • Cooking Oil
  • Flour
  • DAIRY Products
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Beverages
  • Bakery
  • Body Care Products
  • Animal Feed
  • Granola
  • Fuel
  • Protein Powder
  • Paint
  • Lubricants/Solvents

Hemp Leaves

  • Tea
  • Animal Bedding
  • Mulch/Compost
  • Recreation

As you can see there are many uses of the Hemp Plant. Aside from the uses of CBD.

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4 reasons you should eat more mushrooms
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Date: May 09, 2019 04:52 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 4 reasons you should eat more mushrooms





Mushrooms are a nutritious food with many health benefits. Mushrooms can provide one of the few completely vegan foods with lots of vitamin D, although that is only if they’re exposed to sunlight and not grown in the dark. They’ve got tons of fiber, and are also full of niacin, phosphorus and other minerals. Evidence to support claims that mushrooms help prevent specific diseases is weak, but what is definitely clear is that sautéed mushrooms are delicious, and there’s no reason not to eat them.

Key Takeaways:

  • People revere magical mushrooms, but all mushrooms have amazing abilities that helps the body when it comes to healthy living and healing abilities.
  • Vitamin D supplements apart from that from sunshine only come from animals such as fatty fishes and dairy products fortified with the vitamin.
  • It is known that the amazing mushroom produces vitamin D abundantly such that a 100-gram serving can give one about 50 to 100 percent of the daily dose.

"You only need 10 to 15 minutes of sunshine three times a week to get your necessary dose of vitamin D, but if you’re still running low you can supplement with food sources."

Read more: https://www.popsci.com/mushrooms-health-benefits

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Why do I have so much gas?
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Date: April 22, 2019 04:26 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Why do I have so much gas?





Gas and bloating can have a variety of causes. Constipation allows fecal matter to ferment and feed bacteria in the colon, for example. Cruciferous vegetables can also cause excess gas because they contain indigestible raffinose. Carbonated beverages, artificial sweeteners and chewing gum are some additional common causes. People with lactose intolerance can get bloated if they consume dairy products, as can people who consume too much fiber or are too sedentary. In some cases, excess gas can be a sign of an underlying condition like celiac disease or pancreatic insufficiency.

Key Takeaways:

  • When stool sits in the colon, which is the case with constipation, the fecal matter ferments and causes gas.
  • The sugar in dairy can ferment and lead to gas when it isn't broken down by the appropriate enzyme, which is the case with those individuals that are lactose intolerant.
  • The natural sugar in cruciferous vegetables can also cause gas, because the body finds it difficult to digest.

"While gas is usually just a normal part of gut function, it can, rarely, be the sign of an illness. Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten, can lead to gas and bloating. Excessive gas can also be the result of pancreatic insufficiency, a disease in which the pancreas doesn’t produce enough of the enzymes needed to digest food."

Read more: https://www.today.com/health/why-do-i-have-so-much-gas-t150006

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The 9 Essential Amino Acids To Lower Blood Sugar, Build Muscle &Reduce Stress
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Date: March 21, 2019 01:27 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The 9 Essential Amino Acids To Lower Blood Sugar, Build Muscle &Reduce Stress





Lower blood sugar is beneficial to your good health but it is not always easy to achieve this feat. But, if you are using the right amino acids, it becomes much easier to lower blood sugar, but that it not all. With the right amino acids, it is also possible to increase muscle size and reduce stress. There are nine important essential amino acids that you should include in your daily routine for best results. What are those?

Key Takeaways:

  • Amino acids are considered one of the main foundations of proteins as it is a primary macronutrient.
  • Nonessential amino acids are those that are produced by our bodies naturally without any assistance.
  • Animal products such as beef, chicken, milk, eggs, and dairy are great sources of the nine main amino acids.

"If you've taken a high-school biology class or have friends who are bodybuilders, you've probably heard this fact: Amino acids are the building blocks of protein."

Read more: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/essential-amino-acids-benefits

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Vitamin K2 Steps Into the Spotlight for Bone and Heart Health
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Date: November 03, 2018 02:51 PM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin K2 Steps Into the Spotlight for Bone and Heart Health





There are a lot of different ways in which you can ensure that you stay whole and healthy. As a human, that should be your ultimate goal. If you are not healthy, or if you have major body parts that do not function as you wish, then you will see a massive issue. Vitamins are a good source of minerals for everyone. Now, the vitamin K2 is getting more limelight as people are saying it is very healthy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Vitamin K2 is bacterial based and can be found in dairy, fermented foods, and meats.
  • Vitamin K has a stellar reputation for strengthening bones and K12 lures calcium to the bone matrix.
  • Women with a high Vitamin K2 intake were also found to be free of cardiovascular disease.

"As agricultural practices have shifted animals away from grassy pastures toward grains, K2 levels have decreased."

Read more: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/10/11/1803589/--Vitamin-K2-Steps-Into-the-Spotlight-for-Bone-and-Heart-Health

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What Are The Health Benefits Of Vitamin B12?
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Date: August 28, 2018 09:53 AM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What Are The Health Benefits Of Vitamin B12?





What Are The Health Benefits Of Vitamin B12?

The array of array of nutrients that comprises B complex includes B12, a water-soluble vitamin, which is also called Cobalamin. The vitamin comes in many chemical forms. Nutritionists advocate getting the vitamin in its natural state through eating vitamin B12-rich foods, or through the use of supplements. As far as foods go, vitamin B12 is only available in animal form through animal products, such as dairy foods, beef, liver and chicken.

Once eaten, vitamin B12 converts complex carbohydrates into glucose, making the vitamin an essential component in providing energy. Vitamin B12 is also important to the human brain as it boosts cognition and impedes psychological disturbances. B12 also helps the body replicate DNA and create healthy red blood cells.

Key Takeaways:

  • Because Vitamin B12 only occurs in animal-based foods, vegans are more likely to have a Vitamin B12 deficiency.
  • Vitamin B12 protects the myelin sheath in the nerves and helps prevent and manage nerve-related disorders.
  • Vitamin B12 boosts the body's production of red blood cells, thereby preventing anemia.

"For many ailments, experts recommend taking vitamin B12 rich foods or supplements."

Read more: https://www.epainassist.com/vitamins-and-supplements/what-are-the-health-benefits-of-vitamin-b12

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The facts about candida overgrowth and how to overcome it
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Date: August 21, 2018 05:53 PM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The facts about candida overgrowth and how to overcome it





The facts about candida overgrowth and how to overcome it

Candida is a type of yeast found in the human body that is usually dairy harmless but which can cause digestive problems and a range of other symptoms of it. Candida overgrowth can damage the intestinal walls and also cause an increase in allergy symptoms, fatigue, problems with other fungal diseases, headaches, respiratory problems and cold symptoms. Candidates overgrowth can also impede mental clarity and cognition. A combination of overuse of antibiotics, poor diet and the resulting poor immunity make people more vulnerable to candida overgrowth.

Key Takeaways:

  • Too much candida can break down the walls of the intestines, leading to digestive problems.
  • In many instances, candida overgrowth originates after the affected individual has taken antibiotics.
  • Candida feeds on sugary foods, so eliminating them from your diet can help stem candida overgrowth.

"Although it is normal to have some of this fungus in the body, candida can also invade the body beyond what is acceptable"

Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/the-facts-about-candida-overgrowth-and-how-to-overcome-it/

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Is Your Body Too Alkaline Or Too Acidic? Here's How To Know
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Date: August 08, 2018 09:53 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Is Your Body Too Alkaline Or Too Acidic? Here's How To Know





Is Your Body Too Alkaline Or Too Acidic? Here’s How To Know

Your body needs to maintain a neutral pH of 7.365 to remain in peak health. If your body becomes too acidic, as through too much consumption of meat, dairy, grain or processed foods, it can leach nutrients out of your system and cause inflammation, poor immunity and other ailments. Becoming too alkaline can also cause problems, including cramping, irritability and cramping. Generally, your diet should contain about 80% alkaline (fresh fruits and vegetable) and 20% acidic (everything else) foods in order to preserve the. A rural balance inside your body.

Key Takeaways:

  • It is important to keep your body’s pH as close to neutral as possible, since being too acidic or alkaline can cause health problems.
  • Meat, milk, sugar and processed foods make your body too acidic, which can cause inflammation and make you less resistant to infection.
  • It is also possible for your body to become alkaline, which results in symptoms like craps, muscle spasms and irritability.

"It’s all about finding that optimal acid-base balance and more importantly, understanding when your body is imbalanced."

Read more: https://www.thealternativedaily.com/is-your-body-too-alkaline-or-too-acidic-heres-how-to-know/

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Lactic acid bacteria can protect against Influenza A virus, study finds
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Date: December 19, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Lactic acid bacteria can protect against Influenza A virus, study finds





Researchers have shown that lactic acid bacteria (LAB) may provide broad protection against influenza viruses. LAB are best known for their human gut floral maintenance, fermentative activity, and preservative capacity. LAB are widely used in food industry, such as in the preparation of fermented dairy products, pickling of vegetables, and baking. LAB have many health benefits, such as alleviation of diarrhea, stimulation of immune system, inhibition of infections, and prevention of certain diseases. So, LAB have been classified as probiotics. Previous studies have suggested that many LAB strains protect mice against influenza virus. The aim of the new study is to further explore the antiviral effect of LAB.

Key Takeaways:

  • The current seasonal vaccines are readily available but only work well when when vaccine strains and circulating influenza viruses are well matched.
  • The probiotics commonly used to regulate digestive issues can potentially offer protection agains Influenza A
  • After testing on mice in labs, they are beginning to feel confident that these probiotics can be offered in a nasal spray to humans.

"Our study provides evidence that heat-killed lactic acid bacteria could potentially be administered via a nasal spray as a prophylactic drug against non-specific influenza virus infections."

Read more: https://eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-12/gsu-lab121317.php

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What To Eat (And Avoid) For Better Skin This Winter
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Date: December 05, 2017 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What To Eat (And Avoid) For Better Skin This Winter





Winter is a very bad time of the year for our skin. While there are different creams and moisturizers that can help, diet can also play a role in helping our skin. There are certain vitamins and minerals that have an effect on avoiding certain skin conditions. Eating foods that our healthy for the stomach and lungs will have an effect on skin. Eating a diet high in fiber also helps to flush out toxins. Drinking pure water or green tea can also be beneficial. Some things to avoid that will have a negative effect on skin include dairy, bread, cake, caffeine, and alcohol.

Key Takeaways:

  • Food can keep your skin hydrated -- you don't need to depend on creams.
  • Vitamins A, C, and E are important for keeping your skin nice in the winter.
  • The best thing you can do for your skin is drink a lot of water.

"We talked to expert nutritionists, dietitians, and dermatologists to get the lowdown on what we should be stocking our fridges and pantries with for an immaculate complexion."

Read more: https://nylon.com/how-to-eat-your-way-to-better-skin

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I Drink This 5-Ingredient Coffee Recipe Every Day To Fight Inflammation
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Date: December 04, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: I Drink This 5-Ingredient Coffee Recipe Every Day To Fight Inflammation





A simple change to your morning coffee routine can have wide-ranging health benefits. Adding three simple ingredients- and switching out two others- will help combat inflammation, which has been linked to almost every major disease- from heart disease, cancer, and diabetes to Alzheimer's, depression, and even hair loss. A couple shakes of a mixture of turmeric, cinnamon, and just a little ground pepper (which helps your body to properly absorb the active ingredient in tumeric) is a great way to work anti-inflamatories into your daily routine, as well as add a nice flavor to your daily coffee. In addition, substituting sugar with raw honey and cream with coconut oil will add antioxidants, help you to absorb MORE antioxidants, and adds additional antifungal, antibiotic, and antibacterial properties (along with those contained in the spice mixture!) Evidence of anti-inflammatory (as well as other) benefits to these ingredients can be found in the journals "Cancer Prevention", "Evidence-Based Complimentary and Alternative Medicine" and "The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics," as well as from the Arthritis Foundation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Adding a few simple spices to your morning coffee can help with certain aliments.
  • Cinnamon, Turmeric and ground black pepper added to your coffee daily can help with inflammation.
  • Be careful of adding non-dairy creamer to your coffee there are healthier substitutes for creamer and sweeteners.

"Curcumin, the main compound found in turmeric, is widely known and accepted for its antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties."

Read more: https://www.thealternativedaily.com/i-drink-this-turmeric-coffee-recipe-every-day-to-fight-inflammation/

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Vitamin K: Your New Superhero For a Healthy Living
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Date: November 15, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin K: Your New Superhero For a Healthy Living





Vitamin K is the latest of the vitamins being better understood in the body. The latest research indicates it's good for a variety of health concerns and even in age prevention. Vitamin K supports dental health, strong bones which are correlated with smooth skin, and even heart health. Although relatively new to mainstream media, vitamin K plays a vital role in the body. It is found in animal products, in high quantities in dairy and also in fermented and cultured food. Keep eating healthy to keep up your vitamin K.

Key Takeaways:

  • K2 is important for bone health, dental health, cardiovascular and brain health, as well as helping the immune system, and helping with growth and development.
  • K2 may help prevent prostate cancer and has also been found to alleviate menstrual cramps and help with proper calcium processing in women.
  • K2 deficiency in diets can be fought by eating fermented foods like sauerkraut and kambucha, and by consuming animal products like organic liver and chickens breast.

"K2 is vital for calcium regulation in the body, building strong bones and breaking down unwanted calcification."

Read more: http://www.longevitylive.com/health-living/vitamin-k-your-new-superhero-for-a-healthy-living/

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Why You Should Include Probiotic In Your Diet?
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Date: November 10, 2017 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Why You Should Include Probiotic In Your Diet?





Probiotics are bacteria that are found in the human digestive system and are also the bacteria responsible for fermenting foods into other edible treats like yogurt. A healthy gut is one in which the natural bacteria of the intestines are flourishing. These bacteria help with digestion, colon cleansing and their byproducts provide vitamins for you. Eating fermented foods is a way to supplement your gut bacteria and include kefir, fermented vegetables, pickles and other fermented foods.

Key Takeaways:

  • The introduction of bacteria is a necessary requirement needed to transform probiotics.
  • Most foods that are rich in probiotics are not present in diets within western civilization.
  • Intestine flora can be promoted by introducing foods to diet.

"Lots of stress of probiotics normally exists in a healthy and balanced, diverse diet abundant in fermented foods and beverages, pickled foods, and also cultured dairy items."

Read more: https://bangalore.craigslist.co.in/bts/d/why-you-should-include/6356353197.html

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What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia
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Date: October 27, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia





Even though the science is still uncertain, the following tips can help prevent dementia in old age. Eat a health and mixed diet composed of natural fruits and vegetables, grains and nuts, fish, oils, and dairy produce. Choose low-sugar carbs. Eat a healthy amount of both plant and animal proteins. Use five key ingredients in your food when possible: quinoa, oils like extra virgin olive oil, spices like turmeric and coriander, canned fish, and walnuts. Exercise regularly.

Key Takeaways:

  • To supply the brain with proper fuel prepare to eat both protein and carbohydrates at every meal.
  • You don't have to know about nutrition to add antioxidants to your diet, just eat a variety of bright color foods.
  • Changes in diet is one of the easiest ways to help keep our brain healthy.

"Embrace local, seasonal foods, and combine them with colourful foods, brain-supporting oils and healthy proteins."

Read more: http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/health/what-eat-keep-your-brain-11377328

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Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods (Dairy Free) | Natural Cures
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Date: August 25, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods (DAIRY Free) | Natural Cures





Calcium is a vital ingredient that we must consume to maintain proper bone and teeth health, among other things. Calcium isn’t just important for growing kids, either. In fact, it might even be more important for adults, as bone tissue begins to deteriorate as we grow into old age. Calcium helps to fight off diseases like osteoporosis, which make bones brittle and fragile. Luckily, calcium is found in a number of places besides just DAIRY milk, so people who are DAIRY-free do not need to worry. Some alternative options to milk include almonds, kale, oranges, white beans, and more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOqpY6bl7T4&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • Calcium is vital to maintaining healthy teeth, bones, muscles, blood coagulation and the nervous system which is why it is important to track our consuption, especially after the age of 40
  • Though DAIRY products are the first thing we think of when trying to consume calcium & prevent osteoporosis, keep in mind that there are MANY other food options that are rich in calcium besides DAIRY
  • A variety of fruits, leafy vegetables, legumes (beans), seeds and even sardines can provide the necessary amounts of calcium, while making sure that you balance your diet with magnesium

"There are several plants that can provide the necessary amount of calcium that our bodies need."

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ARE YOUR MEDICINES MAKING YOU SICK?
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Date: August 24, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: ARE YOUR MEDICINES MAKING YOU SICK?





Several different medicines may carry a negative impact according to this piece from India's Mumbai Mirror. These medicines are intended to help those with such ailments as diabetes, acidity problems and arthritis, among others. A series of relevant fixes are also offered for the problems that could potentially be caused by these medicines. These fixes mainly involve suggestions to eat particular kinds of healthy food alternatives, including dairy, leafy vegetables, fish, sweet potatoes, eggs and many more. A doctor is also quoted to ensure that not all readers should be concerned about potential problems with these medicines.

Key Takeaways:

  • Many medications used to treat serious conditions can cause depletion of nutrients over time
  • Certain diabetic medications can cause Vitamin B12 deficiencies which can be remedied by consuming foods such as eggs, dairy, and poultry
  • It's important to talk to your doctor about a supplementation plan in order to get the right amount in your body over time

"However, many of these drugs can interfere with the availability of nutrients in your body, warns Mahesh Jayaraman, medical researcher, therapist, health advisor and co-founder of health platform Sepalika, “either because they impair the body’s ability to effectively absorb nutrients from food, or cause it to unintentionally excrete certain nutrients.”"

Read more: http://punemirror.indiatimes.com/others/you/are-your-medicines-making-you-sick/articleshow/60163067.cms

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Prebiotics may help reduce weight and inflammation
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Date: August 14, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Prebiotics may help reduce weight and inflammation





Prebiotics will not only help to reduce weight, but it will help in reducing inflammation as well. Some natural prebiotic ingredients can add some health benefits to ice cream and yogurt and dairy beverages. People are a lot more health conscious now than they used to be. They are more careful as to what they put into their bodies. There are different concerns for food formulators. They wonder about things like the cost and the regulatory status.

Key Takeaways:

  • Although many people are aware about probiotics, there are few that know about the benefits of prebiotics.
  • Prebiotics help you lose weight by assisting in the consumption of glucose.
  • Acacia gum and chicory root are two sources that need to be better understood and introduced more heavily in the the American diet.

"Studies in lean and obese mice suggested that gut microbiota influence the efficiency of caloric harvest from the diet as well as energy storage and utilization."

Read more: http://www.dairyfoods.com/articles/92389-prebiotics-may-help-reduce-weight-and-inflammation

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Ask Well: Should We Be Buying Iodized Salt?
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Date: July 25, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Ask Well: Should We Be Buying Iodized Salt?





The question has been raised and it asks if we should be buying iodized salt. There have been tests done that have come to the conclusion that were are sufficient in the United States, when it comes to our iodine consumption. Most people from America get enough iodine, even if they do not use any iodized salt in their meals. They have a very small risk for having an iodine deficiency, which can lead to them getting goiters.

Key Takeaways:

  • While statistics indicate that most US citizens are iron sufficient, some pregnant women are at risk and could need supplementation.
  • Though iodine is used in some cow feeds and as a wash for cow udders, the concentration is considered mild and harmless.
  • An unlikely source of iodine, dairy, exists, because iodine is present in soil, which yields grass, in turn consumed by cows and therefore present in milk.

"Most Americans who eat a varied diet get enough iodine even if they don’t use iodized salt. They are at little risk of iodine deficiency, which can lead to goiters (swollen thyroid glands in the neck) and dwarfism and is a leading cause of mental impairment worldwide."

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/21/well/eat/should-we-be-buying-iodized-salt.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

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Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35%
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Date: July 22, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35%





According to a study by the University of California following a Mediterranean diet could significantly reduce the risk of dementia. Other studies seem to agree that a diet low in meat and dairy but is rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, beans, nuts, and healthy fats significantly reduce the risk of cognitive decline. There are some studies showing that there is marked improvement in cognition when a person strictly adhered to the diet as well as decreasing inflammation, reducing obesity, healthier lipid panels and such.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Mediterranean-style diet is one low in meat and dairy but rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, cereals, beans, nuts and ‘healthy’ fats like olive oil.
  • Patients with greater diet adherence were also less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those with lower adherence
  • The researchers also noted that the diet scheme helped improve a large number of risk factors associated with cognitive decline.

"The Mediterranean diet, which includes mostly oily fish, vegetables and nuts, has long been touted as a highly effective diet scheme against a plethora of diseases."

Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-07-19-mediterranean-diet-found-to-slash-risk-of-dementia-by-35.html

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What’s the Best, Healthiest Butter Substitute?
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Date: July 12, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What’s the Best, Healthiest Butter Substitute?





People might want to find a brand new option to butter and they are in luck because there is a better and healthier option out there for them. Coconut oil and coconut butter are two options that can work for you. Coconut oil is considered to be very unhealthy for you, but it is actually good for you, as long as it is in moderation. The problem might be that people are overdoing it when it comes to the oil.

Key Takeaways:

  • Real, grass-fed butter is a dairy product made from cow’s milk also known as milk fat. It’s composed of about 80 percent fat
  • Now, most recent studies suggest that real, grass-fed butter can be healthy for you, though past research has positioned too much butter as bad for your heart due to its saturated fat content
  • There are many substitutes for butter for these reasons and more, but if you choose to eat butter, have the real thing

"Have you ever given thought to exactly what butter is? Is butter dairy? Let’s do a little butter 101."

Read more: https://draxe.com/butter-substitute/

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Craving chocolate could mean you're suffering from a magnesium deficiency
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Date: July 10, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Craving chocolate could mean you're suffering from a magnesium deficiency





Everyone enjoys a nice piece of chocolate now and again, but if you are craving it more often than usual, it could signal a problem. New research indicates that a craving for the sweet stuff could also mean that you are magnesium deficient. You should know the signs and the steps to take if you suspect such a problem is ongoing in your life. Read this article to learn what you should know about chocolate cravings.

Key Takeaways:

  • We’re all prone craving a bar of chocolate or 10 every now and then, right? Especially when our period sets in and we can’t seem to get enough of the sweet stuff
  • If you find yourself constantly dreaming about dairy milk or fantasising after a flake then you may be suffering from a magnesium deficiency.
  • Not only does magnesium help build bones, but it’s also vital for ensuring your nerves and muscles work properly and it’s essential for heart health

"‘Cravings for specific foods could be an indication of a deficiency in a micro or macro nutrient. In particular, a craving for chocolate could highlight a magnesium deficiency,’ explains nutritionist Emily Whitehead."

Read more: http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/life/health-fitness/magnesium-deficiency-520391

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What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality
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Date: June 03, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What Is Taurine? Separating Myth from Reality





Taurine is is an amino acid naturally found in meats and dairy products. If a person consumes a normal balanced diet, they are probably meeting their daily taurine requirements. It is regarded as safe to consume, as long as it is used responsibly in moderation.

It does have numerous health benefits, including improved heart health, sedative effects for those afflicted with neurological disorders, lowering of cholesterol and blood pressure, combating gum disease, and improvement of athletic performance (although there seems to be some disagreement on this point).

A growing source of Taurine is in energy drinks. While usage of energy drinks has resulted in a rise in emergency room visits, the amount of taurine used within should pose no health risk and is not considered a contributing factor.

It should be noted that taurine is not completely understood at this time. Its effects on pregnant/breast-feeding women are unknown at this time, and the safe decision would be to avoid usage. It is also theorized that taurine may be detrimental to those battling bipolar disorders. Only further scientific studies will clarify the benefits/risks associated with taurine.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is confusion and fear surrounding the effects of taurine on the human body.
  • The author attempts to dispel myths regarding taurine and its perceived ill effects.
  • Taurine is an amino acid found in many common foods and is produced naturally by our bodies.

"The only amino acid with its own zodiac sign, it’s falsely been associated with the myth of coming from bull urine or bull semen, probably because its name stems from taurus, meaning bull."

Read more: https://draxe.com/what-is-taurine/

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Colostrum: Immune Boosting Powerhouse
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Date: May 25, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Colostrum: Immune Boosting Powerhouse





Colostrum is a great natural supplement that can help people with leaky gut issues and offers great anti-oxidant and immune boosting properties. Colostrum is naturally found in mammals milk shortly after they give birth so babies are already exposed to it when they are first born. They are vital in children but they can also benefit adults who are tolerant to a dairy lifestyle. For an adult, it is like an extra boost that can help heal and mend the body.

Key Takeaways:

  • Colostrum is a type of dairy product that helps to improve the immunity and overall health of consumers.
  • Colostrum is a nutrient babies consume and is now available as a nutritional supplement.
  • Colostrum has benefits as well for gastrointestinal systems and is adept at clearing bacteria from the body.

"In a very simple sense, Colostrum is like an extra dose of immune system that you can leverage to help heal and strengthen your body."

Read more: https://www.organicnewsroom.com/colostrum/

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5 Body Odors You Should Never Ignore
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Date: April 29, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 5 Body Odors You Should Never Ignore





A website for women's health has a piece about body odors. The piece contends that certain odors are indications of illnesses. For example, a fruity breath might mean diabetes, while bad breath might be a sign of sleep apnea. Feet that smell bad might indicate athlete's foot. Smelly poop could be a sign of intolerance to lactose, while smelly urine could signal an infection. The feature is illustrated with several photos or graphics. There are several embedded links in the story.

Key Takeaways:

  • If your feet smell it is a good sign of athletes foot or other foot fungus.
  • Excessive sweating can be a sign of diabetes. If you find yourself sweating for no reason you should seek medical advice.
  • Extra stinky pop is a sign of lactose intolerance. Try cutting diary out of your diet and smell if it clears up.

"Lactose intolerance is fairly common: In fact, an estimated 65 percent of people have trouble digesting dairy, according to the National Institutes of Health."

Read more: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/body-odors-signal-health-problems?internal_recirc=outbrain_af

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Never Ignore These Warning SIGNS OF VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY!
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Date: April 25, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Never Ignore These Warning SIGNS OF VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY!





Your body needs Vitamin B12, and you can believe that there will be many signs that tell you when there isn't enough of the substance in your body. You should be aware of the signs, and what to do if you experience them because Vitamin B12 deficiency can be very serious. You should pay special attention to these signs that are indicative of a very serious deficiency that requires help from a medical professional quickly.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_x2KbaMeZM&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • The B12 vitamin is found in meat, DAIRY, eggs, and shellfish.
  • Some symptoms of B12 deficiency are fatigue, dizziness, forgetfulness, pins and needles, and muscle weakness.
  • B12 affects the red blood cells and as a result oxygen is slow getting to the organs.

"The most common causes include reduced intake, the use of certain medications, genetics, malnutrition, poor absorption from the stomach or intestines, chronic inflation of the stomach, intestinal parasites, and more."

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How Much Salt Should You Really Be Eating?
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Date: April 03, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: How Much Salt Should You Really Be Eating?





Many people use salt to season their foods, but often use far too much to be healthy for them. It is time to learn the right amount of salt for you to consume without causing risk to your health. There are so many other ways to season your foods than with salt, and with so many dangers, you shouldn't consume more than you should. Learn the truth about the right amount of salt to consume.

Key Takeaways:

  • A low-salt diet is actually more likely to cause fatal heart conditions than is a high-salt diet
  • Weight gain can be caused when stress hormones are triggered, and restricting one's salt intake can actually trigger those stress hormones
  • Natural sources of salt include meat, dairy products and vegetables, thus it's almost impossible to completely avoid salt if one enjoys a well-rounded diet

"Despite being a crucial ingredient in some of our fave guilty pleasure foods (hot chips, anything salted caramel) salt has copped a bit of a bad rap lately."

Read more: http://sporteluxe.com/how-much-salt-should-you-really-be-eating/

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Carbohydrates Are Not Your Enemy During Weight Loss
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Date: March 26, 2017 02:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Carbohydrates Are Not Your Enemy During Weight Loss





Nutritionist Kimberly Gomer wants people to know that eating carbs while dieting is not bad for you. Carbohydrates are necessary to fuel your diet, the best ones come from potatoes, rice and oatmeal. Carbohydrates fuel your exercise and your brain by creating energy, this is especially important for runners. They also have nutrients and vitamins essential for overall health. Eating healthy carbohydrates to achieve and maintain a healthy weight is a better choice than fueling with protein bars that are often high in sugar.

Key Takeaways:

  • It is a diet myth that carbohydrates are bad for you.
  • Healthy foods and diet is key to weight loss without hunger.
  • Avoid refined carbohydrates. Good carbohydrates are healthy and are present in foods such as potatoes, brown rice, and oatmeal.

"Eating a plant-based diet including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fat-free dairy/calcium-rich foods, plant protein and small amounts of lean meats is the key for health."

Read more: http://womensrunning.competitor.com/2017/03/nutrition/carbohydrates-not-enemy-weight-loss_73137

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What Are the Best Snacks Before Bedtime?
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Date: March 21, 2017 04:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What Are the Best Snacks Before Bedtime?





Studies show that certain foods are the best snacks to eat close to bedtime. These include high fiber foods such as oatmeal and fruits. Low fat dairy products are also good. Crackers and cheese, sliced vegetables and cottage cheese are also good choices. One must remember that a great deal of calories are consumed by snacking so one must be careful. Maybe it's not really hunger but thirst one is feeling. It is a good practice to drink plenty of water and eat more often during the day so you won't feel like you're starving.

Key Takeaways:

  • A snack close to bed time should be healthy and not more than 200 to 300 calories.
  • Be aware that feeling hungry too close to bedtime might just be a sign that you didn't eat enough throughout the day.
  • Don't mistake thirst for hunger. Instead of a snack try drinking a glass of water or a low fat milk.

"A banana, apple or other fresh fruit, a small portion of low-fat cottage cheese or plain yogurt with sliced fruit, or oatmeal or some other high-fiber cereal with skim milk were frequent suggestions made by experts interviewed for this article."

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/17/well/eat/what-are-the-best-snacks-before-bedtime.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=0

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This Chinese Herb (+ Iron) Kills Cancer Cells in 16 Hours
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Date: March 18, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: This Chinese Herb (+ Iron) Kills Cancer Cells in 16 Hours





150 years ago cancer was almost non-existent, but with the inclusion of processed foods, low-quality meat and DAIRY, and refined sugars into the standard diet, disease and sickness sprung up in the body, and quickly became a human epidemic. Artemisinin has been used in the past as a powerful anti-malarial herb, but it now has been proven to be a cancer-fighter, too. French drugmaker Sanofi is expected to make 50 to 60 tons of Artemisinin each year, aiming to supply enough for global market demand.

Key Takeaways:

  • 150 years ago cancer was almost non-existent, but with the inclusion of processed foods, low-quality meat and DAIRY, refined sugars into the standard diet, disease and sickness in the body, and became a human epidemic.
  • To this day, most doctors and pharmaceutical companies dispel the notion that diet and lifestyle choices are related to Cancer, and it is for this reason almost 600,000 still die.
  • In a recent study published by Life Sciences, it was found that artemisinin (the derivative), coupled with Iron, can kill 98% of breast cancer cells in 16 hours.

"In a recent study published by Life Sciences, it was found that artemisinin (the derivative), coupled with Iron, can kill 98% of breast cancer cells in 16 hours."



Reference:

//www.healthnutnews.com/chinese-herb-iron-kills-cancer-cells-16-hours/

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What to Eat for better and stronger immune system?
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Date: March 17, 2017 02:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What to Eat for better and stronger immune system?





A strong immune system helps prevent many diseases, illnesses, and ailments from taking their toll on you. There are several ways that you can build your immune system and keep it at its best, including through the foods that you are eating. What kind of foods should you put on your plate if you want to build your immune system? There are many great immune building choices that you will love, including these top- recommended choices.

Key Takeaways:

  • Your immune system plays a vital role in your overall health.
  • Your gut flora influence how well your immune system is working.
  • Eating dairy, and certain fruits and vegetables will improve your immune function.

"You have to feed your body with the food items that will boost your immune system. What you will eat in present will determine whether or not you are sick tomorrow."

Read more: https://www.topnutritiontips.com/2017/03/15/eat-better-stronger-immune-system/

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Dairy and vitamin D supplements protect against bone loss
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Date: March 14, 2017 01:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: DAIRY and vitamin D supplements protect against bone loss





Everyone has probably heard the old adage that drinking milk is good for the bones, and a research team from two top universities have concluded that there is truth to this. These researchers have discovered that dairy foods like milk, yogurt and cheese can lead to higher bone density in the spine and can help prevent bone loss in the hips for older adults who supplement with vitamin D. Read on for more details about this study.

Key Takeaways:

  • "Dairy intake is protective against bone loss in older vitamin D supplement
  • dairy foods such as milk, yogurt, and cheese are associated with higher bone mineral density in the spine and are protective against bone loss in the hip
  • Furthermore, this study clarified that the association of dairy foods with bone density is dependent on adequate vitamin D intake.

"Researchers have found that vitamin D stimulates calcium absorption, which is beneficial for building bones and preventing bone loss overtime."

Read more: https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.eurekalert.org%2Fpub_releases%2F2017-03%2Fhsif-dav022217.php&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjFmZmViMTExOGM5Mzg5YTQ6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNFAdB9DrG2iXdL-lP9jB_SPnfKvQw

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Medical News Today: Cholesterol levels: What they mean and keeping them healthy
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Date: March 14, 2017 06:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Medical News Today: Cholesterol levels: What they mean and keeping them healthy





Have you ever thought about what Cholesterol really is? Cholesterol is in our diets when we eat animal products. When we eat animal products our liver increases the production of Cholesterol. There are many terms we hear when talking about Cholesterol: LDL, HDL, VLDL and total cholesterol levels. Cholesterol impacts heart health.A simple blood test can show you what your levels are and as we get older it is important to talk to your doctor about your levels.

Key Takeaways:

  • Healthy levels of cholesterol allow the body to produce and maintain the right amounts of vitamin D and hormones and also helps with digestion.
  • Cholesterol can also be found in foods, such as meat, poultry, and full-fat DAIRY products.
  • However, high levels of cholesterol can have negative health effects, which your doctor may want to test for.

"Having the correct cholesterol levels helps the body to produce and maintain the right amounts of vitamin D and hormones, and helps with digestion."



Reference:

//www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/316190.php

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7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40
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Date: March 09, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40





Think of the nutrients and vitamins as an army that battles age-related ailments. The best way to build the army is to ear well-rounded and healthy diet. It is especially important to eat well around the age of 40 as that is when the rules begin to change, according to the manager of wellness pragmas at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, K. Kirkpatrick. She says that the body is probably not working the same way around the age of 40 as it was at 20.

Key Takeaways:

  • Think of the nutrients and vitamins as an army that battles age-related ailments. The best way to build the army is to ear well-rounded and healthy diet. It is especially important to eat well around the age of 40 as that is when the rules begin to change.
  • When a person turns 40, the vitamin B12 should be on the radar. It is important for normal brain and blood function, says Kirkpatrick. Children and younger adults get their B12 from food like eggs, DAIRY, fish and chicken but as the body ages this vitamin is more poorly absorbed.
  • Lack of vitamin D is linked to colorectal and breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and diabetes. This vitamin is important for the absorption of calcium in the body. Great sources are the cereals, grains and fortified DAIRY.

"Lack of vitamin D is linked to colorectal and breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and diabetes."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.naturalhealthyteam.com/7-essential-vitamins/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjVkYjY3ZDViNDdiNGM3ZTc6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNF1dPGbh2JWl4wbzOvwisPN-wIMpQ

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7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40
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Date: March 09, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 7 Essential Vitamins You Need After Age 40





Think of the nutrients and vitamins as an army that battles age-related ailments. The best way to build the army is to ear well-rounded and healthy diet. It is especially important to eat well around the age of 40 as that is when the rules begin to change, according to the manager of wellness pragmas at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, K. Kirkpatrick. She says that the body is probably not working the same way around the age of 40 as it was at 20.

Key Takeaways:

  • Think of the nutrients and vitamins as an army that battles age-related ailments. The best way to build the army is to ear well-rounded and healthy diet. It is especially important to eat well around the age of 40 as that is when the rules begin to change.
  • When a person turns 40, the vitamin B12 should be on the radar. It is important for normal brain and blood function, says Kirkpatrick. Children and younger adults get their B12 from food like eggs, DAIRY, fish and chicken but as the body ages this vitamin is more poorly absorbed.
  • Lack of vitamin D is linked to colorectal and breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and diabetes. This vitamin is important for the absorption of calcium in the body. Great sources are the cereals, grains and fortified DAIRY.

"Lack of vitamin D is linked to colorectal and breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and diabetes."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.naturalhealthyteam.com/7-essential-vitamins/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjVkYjY3ZDViNDdiNGM3ZTc6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNF1dPGbh2JWl4wbzOvwisPN-wIMpQ

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Are Plant Proteins Complete Proteins?
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Date: March 04, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Are Plant Proteins Complete Proteins?





Our bodies use 20 different amino acids to build proteins. Some amino acids can be synthesized when we need them but there are others that our body cannot make. The 9 amino acids that our bodies need but cannot make are called essential amino acids. Foods that contain all of the essential amino acids make up complete proteins.Most animal-based foods provide complete proteins whereas plant-based foods are not and must be eaten in combinations to get the complete set of amino acids our bodies need to function.

Key Takeaways:

  • Complete proteins are protein foods that contain all of the essential amino acids
  • Animal protein beef, pork, poultry, fish, DAIRY products, and eggs contain all nine essential amino acids
  • Some plant proteins, such as those found in buckwheat, quinoa, and soy, are complete proteins as well.

"Though plant proteins technically aren’t "complete," as long as you’re eating a variety of plant protein sources, your body does the work of “completing” the proteins for you."



Reference:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/plant-proteins-complete-proteins-130001091.html

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AVOID THESE 10 FOODS TO AVOID WORSE JOINT PAIN!!
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Date: February 14, 2017 10:19 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: AVOID THESE 10 FOODS TO AVOID WORSE JOINT PAIN!!





When you have arthritis, your body is in an inflammatory state. What you eat may not only increase inflammation, it can also set you up for other chronic conditions such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes. There are 8 food ingredients that may trigger more inflammation in your body, and most come from high fat and sugar content.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9WeGDeS6kY

Key Takeaways:

  • joint pain is a wide-spread complaint, encompassing all ages and genders, and has many causes, including arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, wounds and more
  • Some foods that can aggravate joint pain are DAIRY foods, alcoholic beverages, red meat, sugar and sweeteners, MSG, refined flour, grains and more.
  • The above foods and others aggravate joint pain by creating, or aggravating, inflammation, disrupting fluid levels in the body, interfering with the absorption of nutrients and promoting excess weight.

"Fat can make the pain of arthritis much worse."

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Foods to grab during a workout
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Date: February 13, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Foods to grab during a workout





Contrary to popular belief it's OK to eat during a workout if you get hungry. Why starve yourself? All that does is trigger your body into storing fat. You just need to know which foods are best. This talks about that. Use this to decide what to eat and you won't end up undoing your workout altogether.

Key Takeaways:

  • It is well known that what you eat before, during, and after you exercise can make or break a workout and affect your results.
  • Before you exercise, load up on carbs, and ensure you stay hydrated during your workout.
  • After you exercise, munch on protein - including DAIRY products, eggs, and meat to maximize your gains.

"So what do nutritionists recommend to munch on? It turns out that quality carbohydrates are important pre-workout and lean proteins post-workout, experts say."



Reference:

//www.cnn.com/2016/12/29/health/what-to-eat-exercise/index.html

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Is the Mediterranean diet good for kids, too?
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Date: February 05, 2017 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Is the Mediterranean diet good for kids, too?





Putting kids on a diet can be dangerous for them because kids have certain needs. They are still growing and need the proper fuel to do that. This talks about this and about the Mediterranean diet in particular. Before putting kids on any type of diet ask a doctor and do your own research so you don't hurt them.

Key Takeaways:

  • The easy-to-follow Mediterranean diet involves eating mostly vegetables, fruits, legumes, unrefined grains, olive oil and fish.
  • Though the diet also includes skim or low-fat DAIRY products, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children consume whole milk until age 2, Johnson said.
  • Nuts are also included in the Mediterranean diet, but the academy considers whole nuts to be a high-risk food for choking and recommends caution for children under age 4, Johnson said. And, though the Mediterranean diet includes a modest amount of wine, alcohol is illegal to consume until age 21 in the United States.

"The easy-to-follow Mediterranean diet involves eating mostly vegetables, fruits, legumes, unrefined grains, olive oil and fish."



Reference:

//www.cnn.com/2017/02/01/health/mediterranean-diet-kids-study/index.html

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Best Foods To Fight Bladder Cancer || Health Benefits of Mushrooms
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Date: January 29, 2017 10:19 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Best Foods To Fight Bladder Cancer || Health Benefits of Mushrooms





The ABC Health video describes the health benefits of mushrooms. They have iron, few calories, increases vitamin D, have good antioxidants which fights free radicals, they have selenium which helps stave off bladder cancer in men and women. They also boost your immune system which helps your body fight off bacteria. They also contain B Vitamins which are essential to the body

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cF8Dao1gTAw&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • To Day I Am Going To Tell You Health Benefits of Mushrooms , mushrooms ?r? loaded with essential nutrients.
  • Eat at least five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables a day. Choose some lean protein, which can be meat, fish, eggs, beans or pulses, and other non-DAIRY sources.
  • To reduce their risk of bladder cancer, women should eat more fruits and veggies. Men, however, can stick to chips. OK, not really. But new ... Broccoli Packs Powerful Punch To Bladder Cancer Cells

"To Day I Am Going To Tell You Health Benefits of Mushrooms , mushrooms ?r? loaded with essential nutrients. Mushrooms ??nt?in good-for-your-bladder selenium and, lik? us, th?? produce vitamin D when exposed t? sunlight."

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The 3 most exciting developments in sports nutrition right now, according to scientists
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Date: January 09, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The 3 most exciting developments in sports nutrition right now, according to scientists





When it comes to sports nutrition, there are three very exciting developments that have taken place in sports nutrition right now. The first development is nitrates, which help you to perform better and longer. The second development is collagen, which helps with tendon and ligament integrity as well as reducing the risk of injury. The last one is casein protein which can allow for prolonged muscle building if taken before bed.

Key Takeaways:

  • Nitrates make you more powerful during high-intensity endurance exercise by decreasing oxygen cost, and can be found in many foods and drinks as well as some supplements.
  • Collagen is available in supplement form and helps preserve tendon and ligament integrity, helping you reduce risk of injury during intense activity.
  • Casein, especially when taken at night, helps with muscle building while you sleep, and can be found in DAIRY products and supplements.

"Once they make the switch, they say, not only are their race results and game-day performances better, they report sustained energy, better moods, and clearer thinking."



Reference:

//www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/what-to-eat/3-most-exciting-developments-sports-nutrition-right-now-according-scientists

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A year-end look at superfoods: What's good, bad and just odd
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Date: January 09, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: A year-end look at superfoods: What's good, bad and just odd





When it comes to nutrient dense foods in general there are some that stand out more than others. A lot of these foods are loaded with antioxidants, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients in general. Some of these include chlorophyll, activated charcoal, maple water, almond butter, banana flour, bowls, fermented DAIRY beverages, turmeric, and sparkling water.

Key Takeaways:

  • When it comes to Almond butter it is a diet containing nut that can contribute to lessening the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.
  • Banana flour is a gluten free flour that is an excellent prebiotic that actually promotes the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut which boosts immunity.
  • Bone broth is essential to muscle as well as ligament function as well as repair, with the collagen being shown to reduce inflammation in general as well.

"Chlorophyll is an excellent liver detoxifier that promotes energy, mental clarity, and weight loss."



Reference:

//www.naturalnews.com/2016-12-28-a-year-end-look-at-superfoods-whats-good-bad-and-just-odd.html

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4 foods that can help you to improve your arthritis symptoms
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Date: January 04, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 4 foods that can help you to improve your arthritis symptoms





Arthritis symptoms can be improved by consuming more Omega-3, Vitamin C and Vitamin D. Omega-3 can be found in foods such as salmon and flaxseed. Vitamin C can be found in food such as strawberries and bell peppers. Vitamin D can be found in foods such as fortified DAIRY products and eggs.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is no magic diet that can completely eliminate your arthritis. You need to add specific foods into your balanced diet and regular exercise.
  • Foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, anthocyanins, and vitamin D and C can help you to improve your arthritis symptoms.
  • If you simply focus on exercise without the balanced diet that you need, you will not see much success. Diet is a very important part and it matters.

"Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory effect and it can help you to reduce inflammation which will in turn reduce arthritis flareups."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//info-europa.com/uncategorized/4-foods-that-can-help-you-to-improve-your-arthritis-symptoms/98958&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGmZmMDFkMTU2YWMzMmQ5OTU6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNHusQTmz-suWdzcbwW4WB_zA04f7w

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The foods that fight bloating
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Date: January 03, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The foods that fight bloating





Many people look for ways to combat bloating around their midsection without sacrificing their love of their favorite foods. Well look no further as this blog will provide you with the right information and the resources to help you find the foods you love that won’t cause that bloated feeling.

Key Takeaways:

  • All your favourite food made healthy Maybe you’ve decided to reduce your cholesterol, fat, sugar, wheat or DAIRY intake, or maybe you’re just chasing that ‘overall good health’ dream.
  • iStock As the old saying goes “fresh is always best” – and when it comes to comparing fresh produce to pre-packaged foods or...
  • Acai Berry may be the perfect food for amino acids, and also has critical trace minerals important for muscle regeneration.

"Emotions are neither good or bad, right or wrong."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//foodesignsblog.org/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjBhMmIxOTgxN2IyMDM3NjI6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNHBvuuGFsNBw6VVXdKtll36I2Trhw

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Avoid These 10 Foods Strictly To Prevent Chronic Inflammation
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Date: December 28, 2016 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Avoid These 10 Foods Strictly To Prevent Chronic Inflammation





Inflammation is supposed to protect us from infectious disease, but can flare up in response to some foods and cause needless discomfort. To minimize inflammation, try avoiding fatty foods, fried foods, oily foods, and foods that contain MSG. Also, sugary foods, sodas, and refined carbohydrates should be avoided. Finally, stay away from DAIRY, processed meats, and alcohol: these can all trigger inflammation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Watch your diet. what your eating could be the cause of the inflammation
  • Exactly which foods to avoid.
  • When the inflammation should be considered chronic inflammation

"Inflammation is a natural process to protect the body from bacteria and virus and other harmful agents that affect the body negatively."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.boldsky.com/health/nutrition/2016/foods-to-avoid-to-prevent-inflammation-109132.html&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGmZmMDFkMTU2YWMzMmQ5OTU6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNHXykuoR5KQuPAnv9Nn2rebbG6_ow

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Reverse osteoporosis naturally for strong and healthy bones
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Date: December 10, 2016 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Reverse osteoporosis naturally for strong and healthy bones





Want to know how to keep your bones healthy and avoid osteoporosis? You should! There are three lifestyle changes you can make to avoid and even reverse osteoporosis naturally: eat foods that support your bones, use specific natural remedies, avoid these common things, and exercise. It's never too late to begin protecting your bones!

Key Takeaways:

  • Bones, like the rest of our body parts, are living material. They’re in a constant state of remodeling, breaking down and building up.
  • We know that for women, post-menopause, estrogen levels take a nosedive and bone loss speeds up. Estrogen plays a role in laying down healthy new bone in the body.
  • Foods good for your bones are broccoli, leafy green vegetables (can you ever get enough kale?), tofu, almonds, beans, and sesame seeds.

"DAIRY, like cheese and ice cream in particular, is acidic, whereas your body is better off with food with a more alkaline pH. When you eat a lot of DAIRY, your body pulls calcium from your bones to try to neutralize the acidity."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.belmarrahealth.com/reverse-osteoporosis-naturally-strong-healthy-bones/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGmU0N2NhMzY3ZTc4ODMzY2U6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNEtkCfVoHtYAg07PQUzJTzimkw9yQ

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Balance your body naturally with these alkaline foods
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Date: December 04, 2016 04:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Balance your body naturally with these alkaline foods





According to the alkaline diet theory, an acidic environment in the body lets toxins build up – and that can cause disease and ill health. So the idea is to avoid foods that have an acidic effect on the body like DAIRY, meat, refined grains, caffeine, alcohol and refined sugar. The bulk of food, the theory suggests, should be alkaline foods like flax, spinach, cabbage, olive oil and melons.

Key Takeaways:

  • Chemically acidic foods like lemons could actually have an alkaline effect on the human body as it lowers your internal pH.
  • While some of the healthier acidic foods do not need to be avoided entirely, they should only make up about one fifth of your overall dietary intake.
  • The bulk of your diet should be made up of alkaline foods. The good news is that a lot of foods fall into this category.

"The bulk of your diet should be made up of alkaline foods. The good news is that a lot of foods fall into this category"



Reference:

//www.naturalnews.com/056070_alkaline_food_cancer_pH_balance.html

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Calcium Supplements and the Heart: Clearing Up the Confusion
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Date: November 26, 2016 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Calcium Supplements and the Heart: Clearing Up the Confusion





The Institute of Medicine has recommended 1000-1200 mg of calcium daily for most adults, and the tolerable upper intake level has been set at 2000-2500 mg of calcium daily. Even a recent observational study from the MESA cohort suggested an association between calcium supplements and coronary artery calcium, but it is important to note that in observational studies, the association does not prove causation. In the large-scale Women's Health Initiative calcium and vitamin D trial, we found no association between calcium and vitamin D supplementation and coronary artery calcium measured at the end of the 7-year trial.

Key Takeaways:

  • We know that both calcium and vitamin D are essential for bone health, but concerns have been raised from selected reports in recent years about heart risk.
  • There are other reasons that there could be an association, such as overlapping risk factors for osteoporosis and heart disease, including smoking and lack of exercise.
  • There are many dietary sources of calcium, including DAIRY products (milk, yogurt, cheese), fatty fish with bones (such as sardines), fortified beverages, and leafy greens.

"We know that both calcium and vitamin D are essential for bone health, but concerns have been raised from selected reports in recent years about heart risk."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.medscape.com/viewarticle/871466&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGmU0N2NhMzY3ZTc4ODMzY2U6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNFQpRn2FPTRhKr-ZYi7jkxzioJqrQ

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How to Build Strong Bones
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Date: November 07, 2016 02:31 AM
Author: Darrell Miller
Subject: How to Build Strong Bones

You often heard your mother keep saying it when you were younger; also you hear your doctor say it even now "If you don't drink your milk, your bones will get weak."


Weak bones, joint pains due to lack of calcium and other vitamin deficiencies are fast becoming common. If you are amongst those who suffers from either, it is important that besides your weekly visit to your chiropractor, you also chalk out a healthy diet that is essentially good for your bones. There are plenty of bone-building foods that contribute to stronger bones, lesser joint pains and healthier bodies.


Foods Essential for the Bones

  • Nuts- Most nuts, particularly walnuts contain omega 3 fatty acids that help in reducing bone breakdown. Brazil nuts are an excellent source of magnesium, much needed for bone formation and strengthening. Peanuts and almonds are packed with potassium and are an excellent source of protein which helps keep the bones strong.
  • Milk- Milk and most DAIRY products like cheese and yogurt are excellent sources of calcium. Everybody knows the role calcium plays in building strong bones, teeth, and nails. Thus at least 2 cups of milk and milk products must be consumed daily to get the body's required calcium content.
  • Seeds- Almost all seeds like flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and even sesame seeds are extremely rich in nutrients and vitamins, specifically the bone-building mineral magnesium.
  • Leafy Vegetables- Vitamin K cuts calcium loss in urine, and its deficiency is known to increase the risk of hip fractures. Leafy green vegetables contain Vitamin K, Calcium, and Magnesium which are crucial to bone development.
  • Eggs- The yolk of an egg can give you about 6 % of the Vitamin D required by your body. Whole eggs are thus considered very good for bones. They are also high in protein.
  • Soy Milk- Lactose intolerance is common amongst Americans and soy milk is thus an excellent option for all those looking to get their dose of calcium but allergic to milk. Tofu is another food rich in calcium that can be consumed for better bone mass.
  • Fish- Salmon, Sardines, and Tuna are all excellent food to consume for bone building and strengthening. These fish contain extremely high levels of vitamin D and also omega 3 fatty acids essential for health and constant bone formation.

Multivitamins and calcium supplements will provide only so much of the required vitamin content of your body; moreover, they are expensive and not always natural. Finally, they are medicines that should be avoided.

Bones are made up of live cells that break down and build up every day and to assist and speed up this process, particularly of formation, ample amount of bone-building foods must be consumed. Most foods that contain Vitamin D and K or are rich in Calcium and Magnesium are perfect for strong, healthy bones and a painless lifestyle

So now you understand the natural method to build strong bones by retaining your calcium through a diet high in vegetables content and vegetables and then some more vegetables!



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Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
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Date: November 06, 2016 06:49 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiency



Vitamin B12 is important to your good health and overall well-being. If you are deficient in this important vitamin, there are a number of different signs that will alert you to the fact. It is important that you are aware of those signs and what to do if you are B12 deficient.

Key Takeaways:

  • Food products that come from animals are the only sources of the vitamin, so someone who follows a vegetarian or vegan diet would most likely need to supplement B12. It is also good to supplement if one has a diet that restricts the consumption of meat, DAIRY, eggs because of the relatively high levels of cholesterol and fat.
  • Some of these health issues are easily mistaken as symptoms of other diseases, such as diabetes. Others may be confused with common aging problems.
  • Many people are not very well educated about their nutritional needs and the problems they may experience from various deficiencies.

"Since the best source of B12 is found in foods, eating more meat, eggs, DAIRY and especially poultry is a good choice. Poultry is relatively low in fat and cholesterol, so it is safer for those who are at risk for heart disease."



Reference:

//www.worldhealth.net/news/signs-vitamin-b12-deficiency/


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Soy should not be consumed in significant quantities unless it has been fermented or otherwise traditionally processed; industrially processed soy should be avoided
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Date: November 01, 2016 09:04 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Soy should not be consumed in significant quantities unless it has been fermented or otherwise traditionally processed; industrially processed soy should be avoided

Are DAIRY products hard for you to tolerate? Have you ever tried using soy products? Do you know of the different things that you should be aware of with Soy? If you said yes to either of the first two questions then you should take a look at this article about how soy should and should not be consumed.

Key Takeaways:

  • What many debates over the nature of soy fail to take into account is that soy-based foods are neither healthy nor unhealthy; it all depends on the processing.
  • The soy bean itself is highly unhealthy for human consumption
  • These processes are what transform soy (the dangerous food) into the healthful products of tofu, tempeh, miso and soy sauce that have played a major role in the diets of many Asian cultures for hundreds of years.

"What many debates over the nature of soy fail to take into account is that soy-based foods are neither healthy nor unhealthy; it all depends on the processing."



Reference:

//www.naturalnews.com/055796_soy_fermentation_phytoestrogens.html

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