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Are We Headed Towards a Food Shortage in America? : Essential Vitamins, Minerals, and Protein Powders to Maintain Good Health Darrell Miller 5/7/22
Reduce Inflammation Through Diet: Foods to Eat and Avoid Darrell Miller 4/30/22
Curcumin: The Superfood That Fights Inflammation Darrell Miller 4/30/22
High Fiber Diet May Reduce Risk of Dementia Darrell Miller 4/29/22
<b>N Acetyl Cysteine: A Decades-Old Remedy With Many Uses</b> Darrell Miller 4/27/22
Vitamin D Linked to Heart Health: Study Shows Promise in Preventing Cardiovascular Disease Darrell Miller 4/26/22
Polyphenols: The Powerful, Health-Boosting Nutrients in Rainbow-Colored Foods Darrell Miller 4/25/22
Astaxanthin: The Unique Supernutrient for Your Health Darrell Miller 4/22/22
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Argan Oil Benefits Darrell Miller 5/28/19
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4 reasons you should eat more mushrooms Darrell Miller 5/9/19
Vitamin E Alert: Researchers discover surprising reason why you maybe deficient in this critical antioxidant Darrell Miller 5/7/19
Why magnesium may be the single most important nutrient you need totake for heart health Darrell Miller 4/26/19
Plant proteins found to help prevent Type 2 diabetes Darrell Miller 4/22/19
Vitamin B12 deficiency: Seven foods to eat to help keep symptoms atbay - Express Darrell Miller 4/11/19
What are the best food sources of vitamin K? Darrell Miller 4/2/19
The 9 Essential Amino Acids To Lower Blood Sugar, Build Muscle &Reduce Stress Darrell Miller 3/21/19
High levels of vitamin C can significantly lower your risk ofpremature death, researchers find Darrell Miller 3/6/19
3 Nutrients that reduce excessive amounts of the stress hormonecortisol Darrell Miller 2/28/19
Top 8 Vegan Omega-3 Sources: How to Get Vegan Omega-3 Into the Diet Darrell Miller 2/11/19
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Here are some of the best vegan-friendly protein sources Darrell Miller 1/27/19
Ribose Energy-Boosting Heart Supporter or Sugar Trap? Darrell Miller 1/9/19
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Sunflower Lecithin: Brain-Boosting Supplement or UnhealthyAdditive? Darrell Miller 12/18/18
5 Benefit of hemp seeds that you probably didn't know Darrell Miller 12/15/18
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How To Make Vitamin C Powder At Home For Immune System Support Darrell Miller 11/17/18
Protein Powder: 7 Best Types + How to Use VitaNet, LLC Staff 9/19/18
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Leucine: The Muscle-Building Amino Acid Your Body Needs Darrell Miller 6/23/18
Vitamin K: The anti-aging supplement you probably havenâ??t heard about Darrell Miller 6/20/18
Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries Darrell Miller 6/8/18
Probiotics are the guts' best friends Darrell Miller 5/31/18
Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency Darrell Miller 5/22/18
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Health Watch: What Do You Know About Vitamin K? Darrell Miller 12/30/17
Fibre 101: What it is, what foods it's in, and why it's so important for your health Darrell Miller 12/9/17
Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Darrell Miller 12/7/17
Why medicinal mushrooms should be considered a staple in every household across America Darrell Miller 10/30/17
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Are We Headed Towards a Food Shortage in America? : Essential Vitamins, Minerals, and Protein Powders to Maintain Good Health
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Date: May 07, 2022 09:33 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Are We Headed Towards a Food Shortage in America? : Essential Vitamins, Minerals, and Protein Powders to Maintain Good Health


It's no secret that food prices are on the rise. What may come as a surprise to some, is that we could be headed towards a food shortage in America. There are many factors that play into this, including drought, pests, and disease. The bottom line is that if you want to be prepared for the worst, you need to have a stockpile of essential vitamins, minerals, and protein powders. We will discuss why it is so important to have these supplements, and how they can help you maintain good health even in times of crisis!

What is a food shortage, and why are we headed towards one in America?

A food shortage is a period of time where there is not enough food to meet the demand of the people within a certain region. This can be caused by a number of factors, including natural disasters, war, and economic downturns. In America, we are currently facing a perfect storm of conditions that could lead to widespread food shortages in the coming years. Climate change is resulting in more extreme weather patterns that damage crops, while at the same time, the population is continuing to grow. In addition, many Americans are struggling with financial instability, which makes it difficult to afford healthy food. As a result, we are heading towards a time where there may not be enough food to go around. It is important for everyone to be aware of this issue and take steps to reduce their impact on the problem. One way to do this is to reduce food waste, which will help to stretch our limited reSources further. We can also support local farmers and producers who are working hard to ensure that everyone has enough to eat. By taking action now, we can help to prevent a future food shortage from becoming a reality.

The importance of having essential vitamins, minerals, and protein powders

It is essential for the body to have vitamins, minerals, and protein to survive. The body needs these essential nutrients to function properly. Vitamins help the body to produce energy, regulate metabolism, and maintain healthy tissues. Minerals are needed for the proper development and function of the skeletal system and muscles. Protein powders provide the building blocks for the growth and repair of tissues. Without these essential nutrients, the body would not be able to perform its basic functions. As a result, it is essential that people get enough of these nutrients through their diet or supplements.

The benefits of taking supplements during a food shortage

One of the most common questions people ask during a food shortage is whether or not they should take supplements. While there are benefits to taking supplements, it's important to understand that they should never be used as a replacement for real food. Instead, supplements should be viewed as a way to fill in the gaps when you're not getting all the nutrients you need from your diet. For example, if you're not getting enough vitamin C from the fruits and vegetables you're eating, taking a supplement can help ensure that your body gets the Vitamin C it needs. While supplements can't take the place of a healthy diet, they can be a helpful way to make sure you're getting all the nutrients your body needs during a food shortage.

How to store your supplements for long-term use

Supplements are an important part of many people's health regimens. If you want to make sure your supplements last as long as possible, there are a few things you need to do. First, always store your supplements in a cool, dry place. Heat and humidity can cause vitamins and minerals to break down, so avoid storing them in the bathroom or kitchen. Second, keep them out of direct sunlight. Ultraviolet light can also degrade vitamins and minerals, so it's best to keep supplements in a dark closet or cabinet. Finally, make sure the bottles are tightly sealed. Exposure to air can cause supplements to lose their potency, so it's important to keep them well-protected. Supplements generally have expiration dates of 2 - 3 years out, and are still good beyond the best used by date on the bottom of the bottles.

FAQs about food shortages and supplements

Q: What are the causes of food shortages?

A: Food shortages can be caused by a variety of factors, including natural disasters, war, economic instability, war and climate change.

Q: What are the effects of food shortages?

A: The effects of food shortages can be devastating. People may go hungry or face malnutrition, which can lead to health problems and death. Children are often the most affected by food shortages, as they need adequate nutrition to grow and develop properly. Families may also lose their livelihoods if they can't afford to buy food, which can result in poverty and homelessness

Q: What can I do to prevent a food shortage?

A: There are a number of things people can do to prevent a food shortage. Some of the most important include:

  • Eating a balanced diet
  • Becoming more self-sufficient by growing your own food or raising your own livestock
  • Conserving food by using leftovers, buying in bulk, and freezing food
  • Donating food to local food banks or pantries

Q: What should I do if there is a food shortage?

A: If there is a food shortage, the best thing to do is to stay calm and ration the food you have. Try to eat a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, grains, and protein. Don't forget to include essential vitamins and minerals in your diet. You can also try growing your own food or raising your own livestock, If you have to. Store up Food if you see empty shelves at the grocery store.

Q: Are supplements necessary during a food shortage?

A: While supplements can't take the place of a healthy diet, they can be a helpful way to make sure you're getting all the nutrients your body needs during a food shortage.

Q: How can I store my supplements for long-term use?

A: There are a few things you need to do to keep your supplements safe and effective for long-term use. First, always store them in a cool, dry place. Heat and humidity can cause vitamins and minerals to break down, so avoid storing them in the bathroom or kitchen. Second, keep them out of direct sunlight. Ultraviolet light can also degrade vitamins and minerals, so it's best to keep supplements in a dark closet or cabinet. Finally, make sure the bottles are tightly sealed. Exposure to air can cause supplements to lose their potency, so it's important to keep them well-protected. Supplements generally have expiration dates of two to three years out, and are still good beyond the expiration date.

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Reduce Inflammation Through Diet: Foods to Eat and Avoid
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Date: April 30, 2022 10:02 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Reduce Inflammation Through Diet: Foods to Eat and Avoid

Do you suffer from inflammation? If so, you're not alone. Inflammation is a common problem that many people deal with on a daily basis. It can cause pain and discomfort in the body, and it can make everyday activities difficult to perform. Luckily, there are ways to reduce inflammation through diet. We will discuss the foods that you should eat and avoid if you want to reduce inflammation. We will also provide some helpful tips for getting started!

How can you reduce inflammation through diet?

There are many ways to reduce inflammation through diet, but perhaps the most important is cutting out processed foods and sugar. These foods contain inflammatory compounds known as advanced glycation end products (AGEs), which can aggravate existing inflammation or cause it to develop in the first place. In addition, studies have shown that eating a diet rich in vegetables and lean proteins can help to lower levels of inflammation throughout the body. Choosing whole grains, fruits, and healthy fats like olive oil is also a good way to support a body that is fighting against inflammation. In short, adopting a diet low in sugar and processed foods and high in fruits, vegetables, and lean protein can go a long way toward reducing inflammation both now and in the long term.

Supplements to take to reduce inflammation?

Inflammation is a natural and necessary part of our immune response, but if it becomes chronic or extreme, it can cause issues for our overall health. There are many different supplements that have been shown to be effective in reducing inflammation and promoting overall good health, including omega-3 fatty acids, Boswellia, pumpkin seeds, and turmeric. These nutrients work by interfering with the production of inflammatory hormones and enzymes, changing the chemical balance within our bodies and helping to reduce swelling and discomfort. Whether taken as a capsule or added to your diet through food Sources like fish oil or ginger tea, these supplements can be an excellent way to boost your system's ability to fight inflammation. So if you're looking for ways to reduce inflammation and improve your overall well-being, consider adding these key nutrients to your daily routine.

The most effective anti-inflammatory supplements, Fish oil, Curcumin, and Boswellia!

While there are a number of different anti-inflammatory supplements on the market, some have proven to be more effective than others when it comes to reducing inflammation in the body. Perhaps the most commonly recommended supplement for this purpose is fish oil, which is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, a type of polyunsaturated fat that has been shown to be especially effective in reducing inflammation. Another popular anti-inflammatory supplement is curcumin, which gives turmeric its signature yellow color and is thought to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, another powerful anti-inflammatory agent is derived from the resin of Boswellia trees called Boswellia extract. All of these compounds have been shown to reduce inflammation in various scientific studies and can therefore be considered among the most effective anti- inflammatory supplements available today.

Tips for getting started on a anti-inflammatory diet?

When trying to get started on an anti-inflammatory diet, there are a few key strategies that can help make the process more successful. First, it is important to stock your pantry and fridge with plenty of healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, nuts, seeds, and reduce refined sugar intake as much as possible. These nutrient-dense foods are packed with essential vitamins and minerals that help to reduce inflammation and promote overall health.

Another key strategy to keep in mind when starting an anti-inflammatory diet is the use of supplements such as curcumin and CBD. These powerful compounds are believed to have anti-inflammatory effects in the body, helping to curb inflammation at its source vs. simply masking symptoms with painkillers or steroids. You can incorporate these supplements into your diet by taking them as pills or liquids or by incorporating them into your cooking through recipes like curried chicken or infused coconut oil tinctures.

The latest for calmness, relaxation, and to fight inflammation is CBD

CBD, or cannabidiol, has become increasingly popular in recent years as a natural solution for relieving stress, promoting relaxation, and managing inflammation in the body. Unlike THC, which is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis, CBD does not produce any high or altered state of consciousness. Instead, its many benefits are achieved through interactions with various receptors throughout the body, modulating mood and regulating pain response. As more and more people turn to CBD to achieve a sense of calm and well-being without depending on traditional pharmaceuticals, this powerful compound continues to gain widespread attention as a promising treatment option for everyday health issues. So if you're looking for a natural way to feel more mellow and at peace with yourself and your environment, consider giving CBD a try! With proven effects on everything from chronic pain management to improved sleep quality, this powerful all-natural remedy has something to offer everyone. Whether you're ready to give CBD a try for yourself or just curious about its many potential benefits, there's never been a better time than now to learn more about this exciting new approach to health and wellness.

Inflammation is one of the most common health concerns today, affecting people of all ages and backgrounds. While diet and lifestyle can be major contributing factors like white sugar, there are also a number of dietary supplements that can help to reduce inflammation in the body. Curcumin, fish oil, and CBD are some of the most popular supplements for managing inflammation. These substances work by targeting key pathways involved in inflammatory responses, helping to prevent or reduce swelling and pain. They can be taken on their own or combined with other anti-inflammatory compounds for maximum effectiveness. Ultimately, whether you are trying to manage chronic illness or simply boost your overall health, using supplements such as curcumin, fish oil, and cbd can be a great way to go about it. So if you're looking for more tools to manage inflammation in your diet, these are certainly worth trying out.

Whatever methods you choose, remember that making small changes over time will be much more effective than trying to overhaul your lifestyle all at once. With a little patience and persistence, you can start down the path toward better health today! Let dietary supplements assist you in your goal to reduce inflammation each day for a life time!

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Curcumin: The Superfood That Fights Inflammation
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Date: April 30, 2022 09:39 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Curcumin: The Superfood That Fights Inflammation

Do you suffer from inflammation? If so, you're not alone. Inflammation is a common problem that can cause pain and discomfort in the body. Fortunately, there is a natural remedy that can help: curcumin. Curcumin is a compound found in turmeric that has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. We will discuss the benefits of curcumin and how to add it to your diet.

What is inflammation and what causes it?

Inflammation is a natural process that helps the body heal. It occurs when the immune system responds to an injury or infection. The symptoms of inflammation include redness, swelling, and pain. While inflammation is a necessary part of the healing process, chronic inflammation can lead to serious health problems. Chronic inflammation is often caused by lifestyle factors, such as smoking, obesity, and stress. dietary factors can also contribute to chronic inflammation, including a diet high in sugar. Sugar causes the body to release inflammatory chemicals that can damage tissues and lead to disease. Therefore, reducing sugar intake can help to reduce the risk of chronic inflammation.

What are the symptoms of inflammation?

Inflammation is a natural process in the body that helps to protect us from injury and illness. It occurs when the immune system detects harmful stimuli, such as pathogens or damaged tissue, and triggers a series of reactions which boost the production of white blood cells. However, if inflammation becomes excessive or chronic, it can cause a range of physical symptoms, including redness and swelling at the site of inflammation, increased pain sensitivity, headache, fatigue and fever. Other common symptoms include irritation in the eyes and mouth, digestive issues like diarrhea and nausea, rashes or skin lesions, changes in appetite and mood swings. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms on a regular basis, it is important to take anti-inflammatory supplements to help control inflammation. One such supplement is curcumin.

How can curcumin help to reduce inflammation in the body?

Curcumin is a compound that can be found in turmeric, a bright yellow spice commonly used in cooking. This powerful phytochemical has been shown to have potent anti-inflammatory properties, and can help to reduce inflammation throughout the body. One of the main ways that curcumin achieves this effect is by blocking an enzyme known as cyclooxygenase, or COX. This enzyme is responsible for producing pro-inflammatory compounds called prostaglandins that are often associated with pain and swelling. By preventing their production, curcumin can help to control acute and chronic inflammation in the body, thereby reducing the risk of conditions such as arthritis, heart disease, and cancer. In addition to blocking COX activity, curcumin helps to reduce oxidative stress by inducing production of antioxidants like superoxide dismutase. Overall, these mechanisms make curcumin an excellent natural treatment for chronic inflammation and a host of related health problems.

How to add curcumin to your diet?

Adding curcumin to your diet is a great way to reap the many health benefits of this powerful natural compound. There are several different ways that you can incorporate more curcumin into your daily routine, from simply adding it to your favorite recipes to taking a supplement. For example, you can start off by incorporating turmeric into your cooking, as turmeric is one of the richest Sources of curcumin in nature. Additionally, there are many curcumin supplements available on the market that can be easily incorporated into your daily routine. Ultimately, by making these simple changes in your diet, you can enjoy all the great benefits of curcumin for overall health and well-being.

The benefits of taking curcumin regularly

Curcumin is a compound found in the spice turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, and it has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine. Recently, curcumin has begun to gain recognition in the Western world as well. A growing body of research suggests that curcumin may have a wide range of health benefits, including the ability to improve cognitive function, reduce inflammation, and even ward off cancer. Curcumin is generally well tolerated, but it can interact with certain medications. However, for many people, taking curcumin regularly can be a safe and effective way to improve overall health.

To fight inflammation, reduce sugar consumption and take curcumin

To help reduce inflammation in the body, it is important to reduce your sugar intake and take curcumin supplements. These steps are vital because chronic inflammation has been linked to a wide range of health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. Additionally, sugar consumption can also worsen inflammation by triggering the release of inflammatory chemicals like cytokines and free radicals.

One of the best ways to fight against inflammation is to take curcumin supplements on a regular basis. Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory agent found in turmeric, a spice that is commonly used in Indian cooking. Research has shown that curcumin can be just as effective as anti-inflammatory drugs in reducing levels of tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), a potent inflammatory chemical released by cells. Furthermore, studies have also shown that taking curcumin regularly may benefit overall health and prevent certain age-related diseases like Alzheimer's.

Overall, reducing your sugar intake and taking curcumin supplements are two effective ways to fight inflammation and improve overall health. By following these simple steps, you can help protect yourself from the many negative effects of chronic inflammation.

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High Fiber Diet May Reduce Risk of Dementia
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Date: April 29, 2022 03:54 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: High Fiber Diet May Reduce Risk of Dementia

A high fiber diet may reduce the risk of developing dementia, according to a study published in the journal Neurology. The study found that people who ate the most fiber were 30% less likely to develop dementia than those who ate the least fiber. This is an important discovery, as dementia is becoming increasingly common around the world. There are currently about 47 million people living with dementia, and this number is expected to grow to 135 million by 2050.

What is dementia and what are the symptoms?

Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability due to disease or injury. symptoms can vary greatly from person to person, but may include problems with memory, mood, and thinking. People with dementia may have difficulty remembering recent events or familiar faces, and they may become confused about time and place. They may also have trouble completing familiar tasks, such as cooking a meal or getting dressed. As the disease progresses, people with dementia may lose the ability to communicate or take care of themselves. Dementia is not a normal part of aging, and it can affect people of all ages. There is no one test that can diagnose dementia, and doctors often use a combination of medical tests, brain scans, and neurological exams to make a diagnosis. There is no cure for dementia, but there are treatments that can help people manage the symptoms and improve their quality of life.

What causes dementia?

Dementia is a complex neurological disorder with no known underlying cause. While some theories suggest that environmental factors such as exposure to certain toxins or injuries may play a role, the exact mechanisms underlying dementia remain uncertain. Some researchers have proposed that dementia may be related to problems in the functioning of certain proteins in the brain, while others have suggested that chronic inflammation may also be involved. However, there is still much work to be done in terms of understanding the biological mechanisms underlying this debilitating and often devastating illness. Ultimately, identifying the precise causes of dementia will help inform more targeted and effective treatments for this disease, allowing those affected by it to live fuller and healthier lives.

How can a high fiber diet reduce the risk of developing dementia?

A diet rich in fiber has been linked with a reduced risk of developing dementia. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body cannot digest, and it is found in plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Foods high in fiber are known to promote gut health, and some studies have suggested that gut inflammation may play a role in the development of dementia. In addition, fiber-rich foods tend to be high in antioxidants and other nutrients that have been linked with brain health. For these reasons, increasing your intake of fiber-rich foods may help to reduce your risk of developing dementia.

What are some good Sources of fiber?

There are many good Sources of fiber, including both plant-based and animal-based foods. Psyllium husk, which is made from the soluble fibers found in the seeds of a Mediterranean shrub called Plantago ovata, is a popular option due to its high concentration of dietary fiber and other nutrients. Inulin, meanwhile, is a type of carbohydrate that is naturally found in many fruits, vegetables, and legumes. Both psyllium husk and inulin are excellent Sources of nutrition that can help promote good digestive health and overall well-being. Other common Sources of dietary fiber include whole grains like oats and barley, as well as beans, lentils, nuts, and seeds. Whether you are looking for plant-based or animal-based Sources of fiber, there are plenty of options out there to suit your needs.

How much fiber should you eat each day?

There is no single answer to the question of how much fiber you should eat each day. The amount of fiber that your body needs will depend on a number of factors, including your age, sex, and overall health status. In general, most health experts recommend consuming between 25 and 35 grams of fiber per day. This can typically be achieved by eating a balanced diet that includes a variety of fiber-rich foods, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, and legumes. Furthermore, it is important to remember that fiber needs can vary depending on your symptoms or underlying condition. So if you are experiencing any gastrointestinal issues or other health concerns, it is best to consult with your doctor to determine the right amount of dietary fiber for your body.

Are there any risks associated with eating a high fiber diet?

While fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with eating too much fiber. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body cannot digest, and it is typically found in plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. When fiber is not broken down by the body, it can bind to other nutrients and substances in the digestive tract and cause them to be eliminated from the body before they are absorbed. This can lead to nutrient deficiencies and other health problems. In addition, consuming large amounts of fiber can also cause bloating and gas.

How can you prevent dementia from developing?

There is no one definitive cause of dementia, but there are a number of risk factors that have been identified as contributing to its development. These can include things like a genetic predisposition, lifestyle factors like drinking and smoking, and certain health conditions. Because these risk factors can vary widely from person to person, there is no one strategy that will prevent dementia in everyone. However, there are some general measures that anyone can take to lower their risk of developing dementia. These might include maintaining healthy eating habits, staying physically active, and avoiding excessive exposure to environmental toxins. Additionally, early diagnosis and treatment for any existing health conditions can also play an important role in reducing the likelihood of dementia. By taking these proactive steps, it is possible to greatly reduce your risk of developing this debilitating condition.

Vitamins and Dementia

Some studies have suggested that certain vitamins may help to prevent dementia. Vitamin B6, B12, and folic acid are involved in the metabolism of homocysteine, a substance that has been linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps to protect cells from damage, and it has been suggested that this may help to slow the progression of dementia.

Fruits and vegetables can help the body combat dementia

Recent studies have suggested that diet may also play a role in the development of dementia. In particular, fruits and vegetables appear to offer some protection against the disease. The antioxidants found in these foods help to fight inflammation and damage to cells, both of which are thought to contribute to the development of dementia. In addition, fruits and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals, which are essential for brain health. Thus, incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet may help to reduce your risk of developing dementia.

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N Acetyl Cysteine: A Decades-Old Remedy With Many Uses
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Date: April 27, 2022 11:53 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: N Acetyl Cysteine: A Decades-Old Remedy With Many Uses

Did you know that N Acetyl Cysteine has been around for decades? This powerful supplement was first discovered in the 1950s and has been used as a remedy for many health issues since then. We will discuss the many benefits of N Acetyl Cysteine and how you can start using it to improve your health!

Glutathione and aging

As we age, our natural levels of glutathione tend to decline. This is a major cause of many of the negative effects associated with the aging process, including reduced energy and slower recovery times after illness or injury. Fortunately, there are steps that we can take to increase our levels of glutathione, thus slowing down the aging process and keeping us feeling young and vibrant for longer. Some of these steps include eating a healthy diet rich in antioxidant-rich foods like fruits and vegetables, engaging in regular physical activity to improve circulation, and reducing stress levels through relaxation techniques like yoga and meditation. With these strategies in place, we can help to keep our bodies strong, boost our energy levels, and stay young well into old age. Fortunately, there is a supplement that could help, it is called N Acetyl Cysteine, this substance is a precursor to Glutathione and has been shown to boost glutathione levels.

What is N Acetyl Cysteine and what are its benefits?

N acetyl cysteine has been used as a supplement for many years, and its popularity is likely due to the many benefits it offers. The main function of this compound is to promote the production of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that protects our bodies from oxidative stress and harmful free radicals. In addition, n acetyl cysteine has been shown to help reduce symptoms of certain mental health disorders, including anxiety and depression. Furthermore, studies have found that n acetyl cysteine may lower blood pressure and improve heart health by increasing blood flow and improving blood vessel function. Overall, it is clear that n acetyl cysteine has been an effective nutrient for many years and continues to be widely used by those looking for an easy way to support their health.

How can you start using N Acetyl Cysteine to improve your health?

N acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a powerful antioxidant that can help to protect cells from damage. It has been shown to be particularly effective in guarding against liver damage, and is often used as a treatment for hepatitis C. NAC can also help to improve lung function and relieve respiratory conditions such as bronchitis and asthma. In addition, NAC has been shown to boost levels of glutathione, which is a key molecule involved in detoxification. As a result, NAC can help to cleanse the body of harmful toxins and pollutants. NAC is available in supplement form, and can be taken orally or intravenously. It is generally well tolerated, with mild side effects such as nausea and vomiting occasionally reported. When taking NAC supplements, it is important to start with a lower dose and increase gradually as tolerated. Those with pre-existing medical conditions should always speak to their doctor before taking any new supplement. Overall, NAC is a safe and effective way to improve your health and protect your cells from damage.

What is the recommended daily dosage for N Acetyl Cysteine per day?

The standard recommended dosage for N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is 600 mg per day. However, some studies have used dosages as high as 2,400 mg per day. The most common side effect of NAC is nausea, which can be minimized by taking the supplement with food. NAC is also sometimes used as a treatment for chronic bronchitis, and the recommended dosage for this condition is 1,200 mg per day. When used for this purpose, NAC is typically taken in divided doses of 600 mg twice per day. There is currently no consensus on the optimal dosage of NAC for any particular condition, and further research is needed to determine the ideal dosage for different applications. In acute circumstances, one might need 4000mg to 6000mgs daily in divided dosages, always work your way up to higher dosages as needed.

What are some of the most common uses for this supplement?

There are many different uses for NAC, or N-acetyl cysteine. This potent antioxidant supplement has been found to be effective in addressing a wide range of health concerns, including asthma and COPD, chronic sinusitis, liver disease, and particularly serious conditions such as cancer. Additionally, NAC has been shown to provide support for the immune system in general and may also serve as a detoxifying agent by helping to eliminate waste products like heavy metals from the body. Overall, there are numerous benefits to using NAC as part of a well-balanced diet. Whether you are looking to improve your respiratory health or strengthen your immune system, this versatile supplement can help you achieve your goals.

NAC composition

NAC, or N-acetyl cysteine, is a complex compound that is composed of various amino acids, including glutamate, glycine, and cysteine. These specific amino acids all play important roles in the function of NAC and affect its many beneficial properties. For example, glutamate increases metabolism and energy levels, while glycine promotes tissue healing and regeneration. Cysteine, on the other hand, facilitates the transport of oxygen and serves as a natural antioxidant. When taken together, these different components work synergistically to promote overall health and wellbeing by supporting key physiological processes such as digestion and immune response. Whether taken as a supplement or consumed through food Sources like eggs and milk products, NAC is a versatile substance that is vital to many aspects of our daily health and well-being.

NAC and liver health

N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) is a compound that has numerous benefits for liver health. Studies have shown that NAC can help to protect the liver from damage caused by alcohol and other toxins. It does this by helping to replenish levels of glutathione, a key antioxidant that helps to detoxify the liver. NAC also helps to reduce inflammation and improve blood flow to the liver. As a result, it can be an effective treatment for both acute and chronic Liver diseases. In addition, NAC has been shown to improve the overall health of people with Liver cirrhosis. Consequently, N-Acetyl-Cysteine is a compound that has many benefits for liver health and should be considered as part of any comprehensive treatment plan.

NAC, its sulfur content, and mucus elimination

NAC, or N-acetyl cysteine, is a sulfur-containing amino acid that plays an important role in mucus production and elimination. The sulfur content of NAC helps to thin mucus and make it less sticky, making it easier to clear from the lungs. In addition, NAC helps to break down mucus and remove it from the body. As a result, NAC is often used as a supplement to treat respiratory conditions such as bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). NAC is typically taken in the form of capsules or tablets, and the recommended dose depends on the individual. However, side effects are rare and generally mild, making NAC a safe and effective option for those seeking to improve their respiratory health.

N Acetyl Cysteine may lower blood pressure

One of these is its ability to lower blood pressure. A review of several studies found that N-acetyl cysteine was effective at reducing blood pressure in people with hypertension. In one study, participants who took N-acetyl cysteine had an average reduction in systolic blood pressure of 9.5 mmHg, compared to those who took a placebo. Other studies have shown similar results, suggesting that N-acetyl cysteine may be an effective treatment for high blood pressure. While more research is needed to confirm these findings, N-acetyl cysteine may offer a safe and natural way to lower blood pressure.

N Acetyl Cysteine may help blood clots - thrombosis

Blood clots are a necessary part of the body's natural healing process. They help to stop bleeding by sealing off damaged blood vessels. However, sometimes blood clots can form in healthy blood vessels, causing a potentially deadly condition called thrombosis. N Acetyl Cysteine is a compound that helps to break up blood clots and prevent thrombosis. It works by preventing the formation of a protein that is essential for clotting. In addition, N Acetyl Cysteine helps to improve the flexibility of blood vessels, making them less likely to rupture. As a result, this compound may help to reduce the risk of thrombosis and improve overall cardiovascular health.

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Vitamin D Linked to Heart Health: Study Shows Promise in Preventing Cardiovascular Disease
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Date: April 26, 2022 10:18 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin D Linked to Heart Health: Study Shows Promise in Preventing Cardiovascular Disease

A recent study has shown that Vitamin D may play a role in preventing cardiovascular disease. The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, looked at data from over 10,000 adults. They found that those who had the highest levels of Vitamin D were less likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke. This is great news for those looking to improve their heart health!

What is Vitamin D and why is it important for heart health?

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that plays various important roles in the body, including helping to maintain healthy bones and supporting immune function. In recent years, scientists have also begun to uncover the critical role that Vitamin D can play in promoting cardiovascular health. Vitamin D is involved in the regulation of several important cardiovascular processes, including blood pressure and lipid metabolism. Studies have shown that individuals with lower levels of Vitamin D are at increased risk for heart disease and stroke. Therefore, ensuring adequate vitamin D levels through diet, sun exposure, or supplementation may help to protect against heart conditions and improve overall cardiovascular health.

The study on Vitamin D and heart health

Researchers at the University of South Australia have recently conducted a study exploring the link between vitamin D and heart health. They found that individuals with higher levels of vitamin D in their blood were less likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attacks, than those with lower levels. The results suggest that vitamin D plays an important role in protecting the heart and maintaining efficient cardiovascular function. This is important not only for preventing or mitigating the effects of heart disease, but also for overall health and well-being. Overall, the results of this study highlight the importance of ensuring adequate levels of vitamin D to safeguard our hearts and keep us healthy.

How to get more Vitamin D in your diet

While vitamin D-3 is essential for good health, many people struggle to get enough of this important nutrient through their diet alone. With so many factors affecting our ability to absorb nutrients from food, it can be difficult to maintain healthy levels of vitamin D through regular meals. However, research suggests that we may be able to get enough of this vital nutrient by taking supplements or getting outside on sunny days. For example, studies show that simply spending time in sunlight for a few minutes each day can go a long way toward maintaining adequate vitamin D levels in the body. Additionally, many foods are fortified with vitamin D-3, including dairy products and some types of bread and cereal. Ultimately, the best way to ensure adequate vitamin D-3 levels is through a combination of dietary Sources and appropriate supplementation. So don't be afraid to take that extra step or buying a supplement – your health will thank you!

Bottom line: Vitamin D is a promising nutrient for heart health

Vitamin D-3 is a nutrient that is continually been getting attention for its potential benefits to heart health. This nutrient can be obtained through certain foods, such as oily fish and eggs, but many individuals also supplement with vitamin D-3 on a regular basis. Preliminary research suggests that this nutrient may help to lower cholesterol levels and reduce inflammation in the arteries, two important contributors to cardiovascular disease. Additionally, studies have shown that vitamin D-3 can help to strengthen the immune system, which further enhances overall heart health by keeping the body healthy and strong. Overall, when it comes to promoting heart health, vitamin D-3 seems like a promising nutrient that deserves further scientific study and exploration.

Assist Mineral absorption

Vitamin D is an important nutrient that helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus. It also plays a role in maintaining strong bones and muscles. Unfortunately, foods are a relatively poor source of vitamin D. The best way to get this nutrient is through exposure to sunlight. However, too much sun exposure can lead to skin damage, so many people choose to take a supplement instead. Vitamin D supplements are available in both liquid and pill form. They are typically taken once a day, and they can help people maintain adequate levels of vitamin D without exposing themselves to the harmful effects of the sun.

Vitamin D-3 is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes in the body

As we already know, vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in bone health and calcium absorption. Vitamin D-3, the form of vitamin D found in supplements, is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes in the body. These processes include cell proliferation, immunomodulation, and regulation of gene expression. Vitamin D-3 has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects. Supplementation with vitamin D-3 has been shown to improve bone density and reduce the risk of fractures, particularly in older adults. In addition, vitamin D-3 supplementation has been shown to improve muscular strength and reduce the risk of falls in older adults. While most people can get adequate amounts of vitamin D from exposure to sunlight, those who don't get enough sun exposure or have dark skin are at risk for vitamin D deficiency. Supplementation with vitamin D-3 is an effective way to ensure adequate intake of this important nutrient.

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Polyphenols: The Powerful, Health-Boosting Nutrients in Rainbow-Colored Foods
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Date: April 25, 2022 11:54 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Polyphenols: The Powerful, Health-Boosting Nutrients in Rainbow-Colored Foods

Polyphenols are a type of nutrient found in a variety of rainbow-colored foods. These nutrients offer a range of health benefits, from boosting your immune system to protecting your heart. Polyphenols are especially beneficial for promoting good health and preventing disease. In this blog post, we'll discuss what polyphenols are, where you can find them, and some of the health benefits they offer.

What are polyphenols and what do they do for the body?

Polyphenols are a type of micronutrient that are found in plant foods. They're known for their antioxidant properties, meaning they help to protect cells from damage. Polyphenols can also help to reduce inflammation and promote heart health by reducing cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Some research has also shown that polyphenols may help to prevent certain types of cancer. The body needs polyphenols for several different functions, making them an important part of a healthy diet. Most people consume adequate amounts of polyphenols through their diet, but those who don't eat many plant foods may want to consider taking a supplement.

Polyphenols and cancer prevention

Research has shown that polyphenols may play a role in cancer prevention. One mechanism by which polyphenols may protect against cancer is by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. Polyphenols may also help to protect DNA from damage, which can lead to the development of cancer. Additionally, polyphenols can induce apoptosis, or cell death, in cancer cells. Some studies have also suggested that polyphenols may help to reduce inflammation, which has been linked to the development of cancer. While further research is needed to better understand the role of polyphenols in cancer prevention, the existing evidence suggests that consuming polyphenol-rich foods may help to reduce the risk of developing cancer.

Polyphenols and heart health

Polyphenols are known for their antioxidant properties and have been linked to a number of health benefits, including heart health. Some studies have shown that polyphenols may help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing inflammation and improving blood vessel function. Polyphenols may also help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, two key risk factors for heart disease. While more research is needed to confirm these benefits, consuming foods rich in polyphenols is a simple way to support heart health. Good Sources of polyphenols include fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and vitamin supplements. Including these foods as part of a healthy diet is a good way to ensure that you're getting adequate levels of this important micronutrient.

Polyphenols and brain health

While they are sometimes necessary in small quantities for human health, recent research has suggested that they may also have beneficial effects on brain health. One study found that polyphenols may help to improve cognitive function in older adults, while another found that they may help to reduce the risk of dementia. Additionally, polyphenols have also been shown to protect neuronal cells from damage and death. As a result, consuming foods rich in polyphenols may help to protect the brain from age-related decline.

The benefits of polyphenols for overall good health

  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Heart health
  • Cancer prevention
  • Brain health
  • Polyphenols can also help to improve gut health by promoting the growth of healthy bacteria and reducing inflammation. In addition, polyphenols have been shown to boost the immune system and reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes. Given their wide range of health benefits, it is no surprise that polyphenols are sometimes referred to as the "supernutrient." However, more research is needed to determine the optimal intake of polyphenols for human health.

    How to get more polyphenols in your diet

    Polyphenols are a type of micronutrient that has been shown to offer a variety of health benefits. They are found naturally in bright colored fruits and vegetables, but the best way to get a high concentration of polyphenols is through a supplement. If you want to spare your self the calories of consuming large amounts of fruits and vegetables, one can take a supplement like Source of Life Red Lightning, which contains 30 whole foods and super fruits, its packed with antioxidants and polyphenols.

    Polyphenols have been shown to improve heart health, reduce inflammation, and boost cognitive function. In addition, they are believed to play a role in cancer prevention. While more research is needed to confirm these health benefits, there is no doubt that polyphenols can have a positive impact on overall health. If you are looking for a way to improve your health, consider adding a polyphenol supplement to your diet.

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    Astaxanthin: The Unique Supernutrient for Your Health
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    Date: April 22, 2022 04:42 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Astaxanthin: The Unique Supernutrient for Your Health

    If you're looking for a way to improve your health, you need to know about astaxanthin. This unique super nutrient has been shown to be incredibly powerful in stopping oxidative stress and promoting better health overall. Astaxanthin is found in some of the world's healthiest foods, such as salmon, krill oil, and algae. So if you're looking for a way to get more of this nutrient into your diet, consider adding one of these foods to your next meal!

    The human body is constantly under attack from free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can damage cells and lead to disease. Antioxidants are substances that help to fight against free radicals, and astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant that has a wide range of health benefits. Studies have shown that astaxanthin can help to protect cells from damage, and it has also been shown to boost the immune system, improve cognitive function, and reduce inflammation. Astaxanthin is found in a variety of foods, including seafood, and algae. It is also available in supplement form, and it is generally considered safe for most people. Anyone looking to improve their health should consider adding astaxanthin to their diet.

    Oxidative Stress

    Oxidative stress is one of the biggest threats to our health, and it's something that we can't always see or feel.

    It's hard to know how to protect ourselves from oxidative stress because it comes from so many different Sources.

    Astaxanthin is a unique antioxidant that can help protect us from oxidative stress no matter where it comes from. Astaxanthin is so powerful that it's even been shown to reduce the risk of some types of cancer.

    Benefits:

    • -Protects the body against oxidative stress
    • -Shown to reduce risk of some types of cancer
    • -Powerful antioxidant
    • -Supports general health

    Astaxanthin and vision

    Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to support vision health. Studies have shown that astaxanthin can help to support healthy eye pressure and reduce eye fatigue. Additionally, astaxanthin has been shown to protect the eyes from damage caused by blue light exposure. As a result, astaxanthin is a great way to support vision health and protect the eyes from damage.

    Astaxanthin is a powerful supernutrient that has a wide range of health benefits. If you're looking for a way to improve your health, consider adding astaxanthin to your diet. Astaxanthin is found in some of the world's healthiest foods, and it's also available in supplement form. So if you're looking to get more of this nutrient into your diet, there are plenty of options available!

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    Astaxanthin can boost your health
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    Date: April 22, 2022 04:19 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Astaxanthin can boost your health

    Astaxanthin is a nutrient that has tremendous potential for improving human health, but it's not well known.

    Most people have never even heard of astaxanthin, let alone know how beneficial it can be for their health.

    Astaxanthin is a uniquely powerful nutrient that can improve your health in ways you never imagined. It's hundreds of times more potent than some of the world's strongest nutrients at stopping oxidative stress, and it offers a wide range of other benefits as well.

    There are a variety of natural astaxanthin Sources. The most well-known source is the microalgae haematococcus pluvialis, which is often used as a dietary supplement. Other natural Sources include shrimp, lobster, and crab. Salmon, trout, and other red-fleshed fish get their pink color from astaxanthin, which they acquire by eating krill and other small crustaceans. Astaxanthin is also found in certain plants, including spirulina and chlorella. In addition, some fungi produce astaxanthin, and it is sometimes added to poultry feed to provide a healthy pigment for the flesh. Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant that has a range of potential health benefits. It is thought to protect against heart disease and cancer, and it may also help to reduce inflammation.

    • -Unique antioxidant that helps protect from oxidative stress
    • -Even shown to reduce risk of cancer
    • -Powerful enough to be used in supplements and as food colorings
    • -Non-toxic and safe for long term use

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    Frequently Asked Questions For Berberine MetX
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    Date: February 17, 2020 04:55 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Frequently Asked Questions For Berberine MetX

    Q: What is the source of your berberine?

    A: Our source for berberine is a bark and root extract from Berberis aristata, otherwise known as "Indian Barberry." While there are many botanical Sources for this beneficial compound, Indian Barberry provides a continuity wiht practitioners and individuals through the ages and into the present day.

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    Argan Oil Benefits
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    Date: May 28, 2019 11:07 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Argan Oil Benefits





    Moroccans have been using argan oil for centuries because it has a good, nufty flavor but also many health benefits. This has made the oil, derived from the fruit of the argan tree, very popular worldwide although it is native to Morocco. It is widely known and used for culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal purposes. The author suggests some 12 uses of argan oil in the blog. One of the uses is that it contains essential nutrients which are usually fatty acids like oleic and linoleic acid. These fatty acids are good sources for the health and also it contains a rich source of vitamin E. Another usefulness of argan oil is that is has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Some of its compounds that make this possible are vitamin E, CoQ10, melatonin, and plant sterols. The author states that more research is needed though to fully understand how argan oil is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Another good reason to use argan oil is that it boosts heart health. This is due to the omega-9 fatty acid, oleic acid, it contains. Other reasons to use argan oil are found in the blog.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Argan oil has been used in Moroccan cooking for centuries because of its flavor and health benefits.
    • Argan oil is a healthy fat that is good for the hair, skin, and eyes.
    • Because argan oil is high in anti-oxidants, it has promising benefits for heart health and diabetes.

    "Although native to Morocco, argan oil is now used across the globe for a variety of culinary, cosmetic and medicinal applications."

    Read more: https://www.ecowatch.com/argan-oil-2634443123.html

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    You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet
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    Date: May 18, 2019 10:42 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet





    Cod liver oil has many health benefits that one can take advantage of. Some of them are that it can alleviate the symptoms of gastric ulcer, can improve eye health, can help to reduce the pain from arthritis, and improve the condition of anxiety or depression. It can also strengthen the bones. Many doctors when recommending a supplement to a patient will almost always include fish oil in the list. This is because fish oil contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids that are antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Fish oil has also been found to lower the risk to dementia, and heart disease, along with other chronic health problems. Many fish oil are taken from fish that live near the surface of the sea but cod liver oil are taken from the cod fish that lives in the depth of the ocean. This oil contains high amount of vitamin A and D. One needs only take a single teaspoon to have the recommended daily allowance which is 900 milligrams of DHA, EPA, and other omega-3 fatty acids. It is recommended by the authors that one gets his supply of cod liver oil from reputable sources to prevent contamination.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Due to the numerous benefits of fish oil, health care providers almost always include it in their recommended list of health supplements.
    • There are lots of omega-3 fatty acids that can be found in fish oil and this helps to prevent dementia, heart disease, and other chronic health problems.
    • Many of the fish oils that are found in the market are taken from fish that swims mostly near the surface of the sea.

    "This highly beneficial fish oil can alleviate the symptoms of gastric ulcers, support eye health, relieve pain from arthritis, strengthen the bones, and improve anxiety or depression."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-16-adding-cod-liver-oil-to-your-diet.html

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    Marijuana found to lower blood flow to the brain: Study authorssuggest this may increase risk of dementia, but this effect also makes itmedicinally useful for epileptics
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    Date: May 10, 2019 02:17 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Marijuana found to lower blood flow to the brain: Study authorssuggest this may increase risk of dementia, but this effect also makes itmedicinally useful for epileptics





    Scientific literature on how marijuana works on the body is rapidly expanding. Right now, there are a plethora of studies on how marijuana works on the human brain. Some studies have shown that it can be effective in treating disorders of the brain like epilepsy. Recent tests show that marijuana can increase the risk of dementia because it restricts the flow of blood to the brain. These brain areas are essential for memory development. The area most affected is the hippocampus which can result in Alzheimer’s if prolonged. The researchers for the study used single photo emission computed tomography (SPECT) to measure blood flow to the brain after taking marijuana and they reported that there were very low and abnormal blood flow levels observed. This is when compared with persons who did not take marijuana. 982 patients were selected from a wide variety of data sources that was available to the researchers concerning persons who previously used or were still using marijuana. The results of the study showed that persons taking marijuana were at a risk of dementia due to the low blood flow to their hippocampus.

    Key Takeaways:

    • The author notes that the studies regarding the effect of marijuana is increasing and this is particularly so regarding its effect on the brain.
    • Some recent tests show that it can increase the risk of dementia when marijuana is taken because it reduces the blood flow to the brain.
    • When the researchers used single photon emission computer tomography to analyze blood flow to the brain they observed abnormally low flow to the brain with users of marijuana.

    "Users were analyzed using a brain SPECT and by conducting mental concentration tests against a sample of 100 people who had not used marijuana to determine whether there were significant differences that arose between users and non-users of cannabis."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-19-marijuana-lowers-blood-flow-to-the-brain-may-be-useful-for-epileptics.html

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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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    Vitamin E Alert: Researchers discover surprising reason why you maybe deficient in this critical antioxidant
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    Date: May 07, 2019 04:29 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Vitamin E Alert: Researchers discover surprising reason why you maybe deficient in this critical antioxidant





    It turns out that a lack of vitamin C in your diet can severely inhibit your body’s ability to absorb and use vitamin E. Vitamin E is important to a variety of cellular functions, as well as preventing heart disease and preventing arteries from becoming stiff and hard. The vast majority of Americans don’t eat enough vitamin E, and the situation is made worse by inadequate vitamin C consumption, since vitamin C protects and complements vitamin E. Good sources of these vitamins include kale, apples, carrots and walnuts, as well as supplements.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin E deficiency might be uncommon because it is estimated to affect only 0.1 percent of the population but that is still substantial when one does the maths.
    • There is another twist to the Vitamin E deficiency puzzle because it has been found that Vitamin C can affect the body’s ability to absorb Vitamin E.
    • Vitamin E boasts a lot of health benefits for people who take it in their diets including fighting off inflammation and reducing the risk of heart disease.

    "Plus, even if clinically-definable deficiencies are uncommon, too many people are still missing out on the key health benefits of vitamin E because they get insufficient amounts of it in their diet."

    Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/vitamin-e-health-benefits-2914.html

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    Why magnesium may be the single most important nutrient you need totake for heart health
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    Date: April 26, 2019 10:20 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Why magnesium may be the single most important nutrient you need totake for heart health





    Magnesium deficiency, which afflicts close to 50 percent of the U.S. population, can have a profoundly negative impact on your health. Failure to consume enough magnesium can increase insulin resistance and create a higher risk of cardiac disease. A Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) study found that magnesium-deficient people had substantially higher levels of harmful C-Reactive Proteins — associated with inflammation and heightened risk of heart disease— present in their blood. A second MUSC study confirmed this association while also noting that magnesium supplements could help reduce the health impacts of not getting enough magnesium from dietary sources.

    Key Takeaways:

    • It has been discovered that the most vital nutrient for supporting cardiovascular health is magnesium but many American adults are lacking in it.
    • When magnesium is found in your body at low levels, you can build up insulin resistance which brings up the possibility of type 2 diabetes.
    • A real connection between magnesium deficiency and a protein, C-reactive protein (CRP) have been found and C-reactive protein can trigger acute inflammations.

    "If you do not have enough magnesium in your body, you can become more prone to various diseases and disorders."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-11-magnesium-may-be-the-single-most-important-nutrient-for-heart-health.html

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    Plant proteins found to help prevent Type 2 diabetes
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    Date: April 22, 2019 04:18 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Plant proteins found to help prevent Type 2 diabetes





    A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition analyzed the diets of more than 2,000 men. It specifically sought to find a correlation between protein sources and diabetes. It found that, in general, men with a higher intake of protein from plants were less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Conversely, men who got most of their protein from processed or unprocessed meats were more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Several other studies from Harvard have reached parallel conclusions.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland looked at the dietary habits of 2000 men to try to learn the impact of protein sources on heart health.
    • Plant-based diets are associated with significant drops in the risk of Type 2 diabetes, even when subjects also are less healthy foods as well.
    • One serving of red meat per day is enough to substantially raise the risk of type 2 diabetes relative to non-meat eaters.

    "According to the study, men who had the highest intake of plant proteins were 35 percent less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes compared with those who had the lowest consumption."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-17-plant-proteins-found-to-help-prevent-type-2-diabetes.html

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    Vitamin B12 deficiency: Seven foods to eat to help keep symptoms atbay - Express
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    Date: April 11, 2019 01:30 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Vitamin B12 deficiency: Seven foods to eat to help keep symptoms atbay - Express





    A vitamin deficiency can truly make the difference between being healthy and feeling drained. In today’s article, the focus is centered on Vitamin B12. Bright pictures and videos fill the page alerting you to some of the signs and symptoms of being vitamin B12 deficient. This article also outlines seven healthy foods such as salmon, beef and eggs that can make the difference for your body’s overall levels. It also suggests possibly taking a supplement if you’re unable to eat the foods listed.

    Key Takeaways:

    • A Vitamin B12 deificiency can cause symptoms ranging from headaches and poor appetite to serious fatigue.
    • Good dietary sources of B12 include salmon, liver, fortified cereals, eggs and beef.
    • Vegetarians and vegans sometimes have difficulty getting enough vitamin B12 because many of the best sources are animal products.

    "VITAMIN B12 deficiency can develop if you’re not eating the right foods, and serious health problems can occur if the condition is left untreated."

    Read more: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1087211/vitamin-b12-deficiency-diet-foods-milk-egg-beef-liver-salmon-yoghurt-fortified-cereal

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    What are the best food sources of vitamin K?
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    Date: April 02, 2019 02:08 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: What are the best food Sources of vitamin K?





    Vitamins, Minerals and Health, oh my! In recent years, the usage of more uncommon vitamins has been promptly on display. Have you ever wondered just exactly what Vitamin K does? Look no further. Zoey Sky has outlined what this particular vitamin does, why it is important for you and gives a few brief warnings on when not to take this. Along with these helpful tips, she has provided a few foods in which Vitamin K is most prevalent, their vitamin count and additional vitamins they may contain.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin K is a popular vitamin because it not only helps build and maintain healthy bones, it also aids in blood clotting.
    • Although green leafy vegetables are the highest food sources of vitamin K, other natural sources include blueberries, edamame, and soybeans.
    • It is advised that one should always consult a healthcare provider before increasing his or her intake of Vitamin K-rich foods.

    "Following a healthy diet offers many benefits, such as improved overall physical and mental well-being."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-03-what-are-the-best-food-sources-of-vitamin-k.html

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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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    High levels of vitamin C can significantly lower your risk ofpremature death, researchers find
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    Date: March 06, 2019 01:34 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: High levels of vitamin C can significantly lower your risk ofpremature death, researchers find





    Exactly 473 men and 475 women have been studied in order to see if high levels of vitamin C can help lower the risk of facing a premature death. Although several people did meet an early demise due to heart disease and other common ailments, it was shown that the individuals who were in the top 25 percentile when it comes to their vitamin C levels had a much lower risk in reaching an early death.

    Key Takeaways:

    • A 16-year study of almost 1000 Chinese men and women found that those with the highest Vitamin C plasma concentrations were less likely to have died of any cause during the study.
    • Vitamin C’s benefits probably result from its ability to suppress oxidative stress and the resulting inflammation.
    • Kiwis, papayas, chili peppers, red bell peppers, mangos, kale and pineapple are all rich sources of Vitamin C.

    "Proper nutrition can be incredibly powerful when it comes to preventing disease and protecting your health, so take a look at your typical diet and try to find new ways to incorporate vitamin C-rich foods to give your longevity a boost."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-13-high-levels-of-vitamin-c-can-significantly-lower-your-risk-of-premature-death-researchers-find.html

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    3 Nutrients that reduce excessive amounts of the stress hormonecortisol
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    Date: February 28, 2019 08:47 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: 3 Nutrients that reduce excessive amounts of the stress hormonecortisol





    In the appropriate quantities, the stress hormone known as cortisol is actually beneficial to our bodies. It's when these levels rise to an abnormal level that they can become detrimental to our bodies. Fortunately, there are many natural nutrients that can aid in the reduction of cortisol levels in order to get them down to a more efficient level. Foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, for instance, are great sources of health benefits including cortisol regulation.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Many persons take stress for granted, thinking that they can deal with it, but they fail to realize that stress is damaging to the body.
    • One damaging effect of stress to the body is by increasing the levels of cortisol in the body although in small amounts, cortisol is beneficial.
    • Some of the benefits of cortisol are in the fight-or-flight response to stress, maintaining bodily functions involved in metabolism, and the production of blood sugar.

    "Too much cortisol in the body, which can be attributed to stress, lack of sleep, infections, or white light exposure, can become a problem since it depletes the adrenals that also produce other hormones."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-13-3-nutrients-that-reduce-excessive-stress-hormone-cortisol.html

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    Top 8 Vegan Omega-3 Sources: How to Get Vegan Omega-3 Into the Diet
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    Date: February 11, 2019 12:50 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Top 8 Vegan Omega-3 Sources: How to Get Vegan Omega-3 Into the Diet





    Omega-3s have a wide variety of health benefits, from controlling inflammation to improving brain health. For vegans who wish to avoid fish-based omega-3 sources, a number of good vegan sources exist. Brussels sprouts are a superb source of omega-3s, as well as many other nutrients, as are walnuts. Algal oil — derived from algae — is another good source, and makes an excellent substitute for fish oil. Other good vegan sources include chia, flaxseed, hemp seed and spirulina.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Omega-3 plays a lots of roles in maintaining health and some of it include reduced inflammation, decreased bone loss, and better bone function.
    • Some of the animal sources of omega-3 is fish, cod liver oil, salmon, and tuna while the sources of vegan omega-3 are limited.
    • For vegan hoping to get omega-3, Brussels is one good source. It contains omega-3 as well as other nutrients like fiber, vitamin C and vitamin K.

    "Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get a good amount of all three forms of omega-3 fatty acids into a plant-based diet, including docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/vegan-omega-3/

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    6 foods that are high in B vitamins - Sportskeeda
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    Date: February 08, 2019 04:33 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: 6 foods that are high in B vitamins - Sportskeeda





    The eight vitamins of the B Complex are water soluble nutrients which play a critical role in many organ systems and biological functions. Luckily, there are many foods that provide a rich supply of B Vitamins. Eggs are a great source of both vitamins and complete protein, while milk helps promote strong bones and teeth and spinach provides a wide variety of nutrients without too many carbohydrates mixed in. Other good dietary sources of Vitamin B include lentils and chicken.

    Key Takeaways:

    • The Vitamin B Complex includes eight different water-soluble vitamins needed for a wide variety of organ systems and functions.
    • Eggs are a good source of complete protein, as well as Vitamins A and D, and can help prevent cardiovascular disease and even heart attacks.
    • Spinach, milk, lentils and chicken are all good sources of a wide variety of vitamins and minerals, including B Vitamins.

    "Not consuming the required quantities of B vitamins could turn out to become counterproductive and could lead to severe health conditions, including anaemia, fatigue, weakened immune system and muscle weakness."

    Read more: https://www.sportskeeda.com/health-and-fitness/6-foods-that-are-high-in-b-vitamins-ss

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    Here are some of the best vegan-friendly protein sources
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    Date: January 27, 2019 04:33 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Here are some of the best vegan-friendly protein Sources





    Vegan diets are something that is really in fashion right now. Years ago, very few people were following vegan diets. People did not pay much attention to it but now, due to social media and marketing, these diets are getting more and more hype. As a result, you should try to make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need when on this diet. It is only natural for there to be some kind of nutrient deficiency when on this sort of meal plan.

    Key Takeaways:

    • There are many benefits that come from going and trying out a vegan diet for a period of time.
    • There is a reason as to why most people who try to be vegans do not last very long at all.
    • When you are on these kinds of diets, you need to make up for a deficiency in some nutrients in other ways.

    "Following a vegetarian or (the stricter) vegan lifestyle is rewarding, but it also comes with some challenges. Foregoing meat means you lose out on a major source of protein, but the list below includes other Paleo meat-free sources of this crucial nutrient."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-08-best-vegan-friendly-protein-sources.html

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    Ribose Energy-Boosting Heart Supporter or Sugar Trap?
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    Date: January 09, 2019 09:15 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Ribose Energy-Boosting Heart Supporter or Sugar Trap?





    Ribose is a natural energy-boosting chemical that our bodies produce in order to provide our cells with the appropriate energy levels. It has been shown to support heart health by regenerating the necessary energy levels that can be depleted by cardiovascular disease. Ribose has also shown to help patients who are suffering from left ventricular diastolic dysfunction. Other advantages of ribose include: improved skin health, better workouts due to the energy increase, and aiding in the treatment of fibromyalgia.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Ribose is also known as D-ribose. It is naturally created by our bodies and provides sufficient energy to the body cells.
    • The sources for D-ribose include plant and animal sources. Sometimes, it can also be obtained as a supplement.
    • D-ribose is unlike every other sugar which can increase blood sugar. People are warned that D-ribose can even lower blood sugar.

    "In fact, scientific studies show that D-ribose may help a number of serious health concerns, including heart diseases, fibromyalgia symptoms and chronic fatigue syndrome."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/ribose/

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    Cannabis kills cancer cells
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    Date: January 03, 2019 11:28 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Cannabis kills cancer cells





    Reputable medical sources such as the British Journal of Pharmacology are finding that cannabis has a direct impact on treating cancer by targeting it from several areas. Although more and more of these studies are being published, it still isn't enough for the medical community to hold the claims above traditional treatments such as chemotherapy that can take a huge toll on the body. This is due to a huge lack of funding when it comes to the anti-cancer effects of cannabis.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Chemotherapy was previously thought of as the only and last recourse to the fight of cancer although it destroys the immune system thus counteracting the fight against cancer.
    • The scientific community recently has given cannabis their seal of approval in the fight against cancer because it reduces nausea and helps to slow down muscle wasting disease.
    • Due to the fact that research funding is lacking for cannabis use in fighting cancer cells, the only data to confirm this fact is from laboratory in-vitro studies.

    "The big scientific news, however, is that the most researched active cannabis constituents, THC and CBD, have been found to also kill cancer cells."

    Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/cannabis-kills-cancer-cells/

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    Sunflower Lecithin: Brain-Boosting Supplement or UnhealthyAdditive?
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    Date: December 18, 2018 04:04 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Sunflower Lecithin: Brain-Boosting Supplement or UnhealthyAdditive?





    Sunflower Lecithin might be part of the reason some may view it as a super food: it is a fatty natural additive that improves many foods, boosts many parts of physical health(such as digestive health and brain health) and has many vitamins and minerals in it. It has been used in traditional medicine for a long time and can even be used in a vegan diet(unlike other forms of lecithin). Be careful though: overloading on it can cause digestive distress.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Lecithin occurs naturally in your body, and can also be found in egg yolks, soy products, sunflower, meat and other dietary sources
    • Lecithin can bring relief to symptoms of gastrointestinal maladies such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s Disease by supporting the mucus layer in the gut.
    • Lecithin from sunflowers can help boost choline, an important neurotransmitter associated with memory, cognition and learning.

    "Commonly used as an emulsifier and emollient in both processed foods and cosmetics alike, sunflower lecithin has also begun gaining traction in the supplement world thanks to its powerful health-promoting properties."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/sunflower-lecithin/

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    5 Benefit of hemp seeds that you probably didn't know
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    Date: December 15, 2018 10:22 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: 5 Benefit of hemp seeds that you probably didn't know





    Hemp seeds tend to get a bad rep due to the stigma surrounding the recreational use of marijuana, but there are several medicinal benefits that hemp seeds can provide that you may not be aware of. For instance, hemp seed oil has been found to counteract the negative effects brought on by Rheumatoid arthritis. The anti-arthritic properties found in hemp seeds have the ability to actually attack the cells that cause the Rheumatoid arthritis, giving the patient some relief.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Hemp seeds are one of the best sources of protein, especially if you are a vegetarian.
    • Hemp seeds contain an amino acid called arginine, which can lessen the symptoms of heart disease.
    • Hemp seeds can reduce your appetite, regulate your blood sugar, and promote good digestive health.

    "Arthritis can be one of the most painful condition as it affects all the joints of the body and hinders the day to day life."

    Read more: http://heraldoffashion.com/5-benefit-of-hemp-seeds-that-you-probably-didnt-know/

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    Why every home should have a Himalayan salt lamp
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    Date: December 05, 2018 02:53 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Why every home should have a Himalayan salt lamp





    The Himalayan people were a very hard working people that lived a very unique lifestyle. To this day, people from this region are very unique and they rely a lot on natural resources. If you visit the region in the modern world today, you will see all the practical things that they have. They are actually really creative for a people that others consider to be stuck in time! Every home should have one of these Himalayan salt lamps in it!

    Key Takeaways:

    • Every single home should have its own little flair depending on what the owners like.
    • Having some kind of Himalaya outlook in your home can be very nice and set a good ambiance.
    • The people of the Himalaya were a hard working and very loyal people and left behind some cool inventions.

    "Himalayan salt lamps are made from pink salt crystals, which are mined from the edge of the Himalayan Mountains. Their color range from light pink to pink with an orange color, depending on the mineral concentration."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-30-why-every-home-should-have-a-himalayan-salt-lamp.html

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    Pregnenolone: A ‘Prohormone’ t=?UTF-8?Q?hat_May_Help_Relieve_Depression?=
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    Date: December 04, 2018 12:51 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Pregnenolone: A ‘Prohormone’ t=?UTF-8?Q?hat_May_Help_Relieve_Depression?=





    Relieving depression is not something that comes easy for anyone. Mental health issues are real and there are millions of people around the world that are suffering from these issues. It makes it really hard to diagnose these issues as depression is something that is unique to each person. If you have experience a form of it, then you know what it is. Now, studies are showing that the taking of some pro hormones can help combat depression.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Taking a pro hormone is something that has been reported to help people deal with internal demons.
    • Depression is a real mental disorder that can take a really large toll on someone.
    • If you are feeling overly depressed, or down, then go and get checked out to see if you should take medication.

    "Maybe you are looking to boost your cognitive health and want to use natural sources to stay mentally sharp. Aside from brain foods that boost focus and memory, a steroid called pregnenolone is gaining attention for its potential neuroprotective effects."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/pregnenolone/

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    How To Make Vitamin C Powder At Home For Immune System Support
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    Date: November 17, 2018 10:25 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: How To Make Vitamin C Powder At Home For Immune System Support





    Vitamin C is an absolutely essential vitamin for human bodies, especially as human bodies can not replenish their supply without consuming it from outside sources. Scurvy, which is a disease which manifests when vitamin C stores become dangerously low, is notable via symptoms such as bleeding gums, slow wound-healing and joint pain. Before vitamin C and its uses were understood, it was not unusual for the disease to take hold among sailing crews. Traveling for long distances, usually without recourse to fresh stores, the seamen made an unfortunate and easy target for the disease. Although it is now considered a rare occurrence the disease can and still does manifest under circumstances of unvaried diet. Regardless of one's diet, however, it is possible to supplement one's use of vitamin C. There is even an easy DIY way to make vitamin C powder for individual use. Besides providing the needed daily minimum quota of an essential nutrient that builds immunity and supports the cardiovascular system, the organic vitamin C powder recipe ensures the recipient garners valuable fiber and enzymes. It's also more absorbable than pill variants. To make the powder, first peel some oranges. Blend the peels, then place them in a glass dish and inside an oven set to low heat. Stir the peels from time to time. You'll want to use about 10 oranges and no water. To make sure the temperature is not too high, leave the oven door cracked open. Once the peels are thoroughly dehydrated, put them through the blender again and make a flour of them. Strain the flour and put the results in a glass jar. Use this golden powder as a nutritious additive to soups, teas and more.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Scurvy, which manifests with an extreme lack of vitamin C, is a disease that often becomes visible through symptoms like bleeding gums.
    • You can make your own home-made vitamin C with orange peels that you put in a blender.
    • Afterwards place the peels in a glass dish and heat it in the oven, using low heat and stirring the peels from time to time.

    "Human beings, just like other mammals, are unable to produce their own vitamin C."

    Read more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f3TEaodS8E

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    Protein Powder: 7 Best Types + How to Use
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    Date: September 19, 2018 04:42 PM
    Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Protein Powder: 7 Best Types + How to Use





    Protein Powder: 7 Best Types + How to Use

    Protein powder is commonly used amongst body builders, athletes, and every day people working out. Recent research has shown that it could improve your skin health and even improve you immunity. Protein powder is made from animal and plant-based sources. The common forms of protein powder include; hemp, egg, pea, rice, bone broth, soy, whey and more. There are three common forms of protein powder called concentrates, isolates, and hydrolysates. Protein powdering containing bone broth is one of the best kinds.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Once the go-to secret of body-builders, protein powder is beginning to gain popular interest as a supplement to increase lean muscle mass and overall health.
    • Many protein powders incorporate vitamins, minerals and fiber, making them an excellent ally in the fight to lower cholesterol levels.
    • The primary protein source for powders can vary greatly, but some variants include, egg, hemp, soy, rice whey and pea.

    "Produced from both plant-based and animal sources, there are many types of protein powders available to tailor to any diet plan, taste palate or personal preference."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/protein-powder-best-types/

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    Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
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    Date: September 17, 2018 08:52 AM
    Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)





    Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

    Vitamin B1, which is also known as thiamine, is a vital nutrient when it comes to human nutrition. In fact, Thiamine is a vital nutrient for the human nervous system. Within this capacity, it moderates appetite, prevents memory loss and reduces the possibility of nerve inflammation.

    Thiamine has the intrinsic capacity to aid in maintaining energy levels, because its used at the cellular level throughout the body. That said, it stands to reason that a Thiamine deficiency can show itself as a significant lack of endurance and in a tendency to exhaustion. Besides its profound effect on the central nervous system, Thiamine also has a decided effect on the gastrointestinal system. Fortunately, besides supplementing with vitamins, Thiamine is amply available in natural foods. High protein sources include lean pork, fish and dry roasted soybeans. Vegans can get their thiamine on too. Besides soybeans, the nutrient is available in good quantity in wheat bread, asparagus and green peas.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin B1 also helps to regulate appetite and improve memory, besides being of use to the digestive system.
    • Thiamine boosts energy at the cellular level, which is why a severe lack of the nutrient can lead to exhaustion and a lack of endurance.
    • Lean pork, fish, green peas, roasted dry soybeans, wheat bread and cooked asparagus are all good sources of Thiamine.

    "Vitamin B1 also called Thiamine, helps in maintaining cellular functions and boosts the functions of the central nervous system."

    Read more: https://crazytalker.com/vitamin-b1-thiamine/

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    Health Benefits of Vitamin B9
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    Date: September 01, 2018 09:53 AM
    Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Health Benefits of Vitamin B9





    Health Benefits of Vitamin B9

    Vitamin B9, which naturally occurs in food as folate and is artificially added to food in the form of folic acid, is a crucial and versatile nutrient. Natural dietary sources include green, leafy vegetables, liver and mushrooms, but many other foods can be fortified with Vitamin B9 in the form of folic acid. Vitamin B9 plays an important role in cardiac health, mood, production of red blood cells and other bodily processes. It is also very important during pregnancy, when a deficiency can harm both mother and baby.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Pregnant women have an increased need for folate in order to prevent abnormalities in both the mother and the baby.
    • Folate deficiency is linked to low levels of serotonin, which in turn can cause depression.
    • Folate reduces homocysteine, which is associated with the development of diabetes.

    "Vitamin B9 is a member of the B-vitamin family and is essential for amino acid metabolism, cellular homeostasis, DNA methylation and neurotransmitter synthesis."

    Read more: https://www.healthaid.co.uk/healthaid-blog/vitamin-b9-benefits

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    Borage seed oil found to mitigate effects of radiation therapy on the liver
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    Date: August 19, 2018 09:53 AM
    Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Borage seed oil found to mitigate effects of radiation therapy on the liver





    Borage seed oil found to mitigate effects of radiation therapy on the liver

    Borage seed oil is typically used to treat the following health problems, rheumatoid arthritis, chest congestion, cough, depression, premenstrual syndrome, and menopausal symptoms. It is often used for hair and skin conditions such as hair loss, eczema, and Acne. borage oil contains a powerful anti-inflammatory compound known as gamma-linolenic acid however, borage oil is unique in that its GLA content is remarkably high.Also known as starflower, borage (Borago officinalis) is an herbaceous flowering plant.As a common herbal treatment in traditional medicine practices for hundreds of years, borage oil has numerous uses ranging from treating skin flare-ups to lowering pain.The most beneficial aspect of using borage oil either topically on the skin or internally in capsule form is it has strong anti-inflammatory effects.Borage oil is becoming increasingly popular as a natural anti-inflammatory supplement because it has one of the highest amounts of GLA of all seed oils.GLA is one type of omega-6 “essential” fatty acid that the body cannot make on its own, so we must get it from outside sources.The mechanisms of [borage oil] that provide protection against gamma-irradiation-induced toxicity may be explained by its antioxidant activity, inhibition of MDA, and prevention against GSH depletion due to its high content of GLA. Therefore, [borage oil] may be used as a beneficial supplement for patients during radiotherapy treatment.Borage can be helpful for treating a wide range of both short- and long-term illnesses like Bone loss and osteoporosis,skin disorders,Rheumatoid arthritis pain,managing diabetes,Dealing with stress, Hormonal imbalances, including adrenal insufficiency,respitory distress like bronchitis, colds, coughs and fevers,Alcoholism,preventing heart diseases and Inflammation causing pain and swelling. Borage oil is often used along with evening primrose oil supplements to further increase the anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing effects.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Borage has a high amount of gammalinolenic acid, which is a strong anti-inflammatory agent.
    • A team of Middle-Eastern scientists decided to test the plant's efficacy against the effects of gamma radiation.
    • Indicators of liver disease, or damage caused by radiation, were notably less among those rats that had been given borage oil.

    "Also known as starflower, borage (Borago officinalis) is an herbaceous flowering plant most known for being the source of borage oil."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-08-17-borage-seed-oil-found-to-mitigate-effects-of-cancer-treatment-the-supplements-antioxidant-activity-reduces-damage-to-liver-from-chemicals-according-to-study.html

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    Leucine: The Muscle-Building Amino Acid Your Body Needs
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    Date: June 23, 2018 09:54 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Leucine: The Muscle-Building Amino Acid Your Body Needs





    Leucine: The Muscle-Building Amino Acid Your Body Needs

    Leucine is a branched chain amino acid that is vital to building muscle, and can help to keep fat and blood sugar under control and prevent muscle deterioration in older athletes. It also has a role in promoting muscle recovery. Good dietary sources of leucine include grass-fed beef, venison, elk, tuna, chicken, lentils, wheat germ, hemp seeds, spirulina, and especially eggs. Leucine, like other branched chain amino acids, can only be ingested, not produced in the body.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Leucine is an amino acid that plays an important role in building and keeping muscle.
    • Leucine Is also important to managing your body’s fat and blood sugar levels, and to helping muscles recover from fatigue and strain.
    • Leucine can be found in foods like grass-fed beef, elk, venison, lentils, wheat germ, hemp seed, and especially in eggs.

    "Keep reading for what you need to know about this branched-chain amino acid and how it can affect your health."

    Read more: https://draxe.com/leucine/

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    Vitamin K: The anti-aging supplement you probably havenâ??t heard about
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    Date: June 20, 2018 04:44 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Vitamin K: The anti-aging supplement you probably havenâ??t heard about





    Vitamin K: The anti-aging supplement you probably haven’t heard about

    The yen to look younger than our actual years can be seen in the veritable arsenal of age-fighting cosmetics on the retail market. But, the search doesn't end there. The quest extends to supplements and other organic elements. One factor that can be a potent ally in the fight to stay younger looking may be easily overlooked. That element is vitamin K.

    It's probable that vitamin K gets overlooked because most people think of vitamin K as the blood-clotting factor, which it is, one type. The fact is there is a second type of the vitamin that works to prevent excessive buildup of calcium in the epidermis. This prevents wrinkles and boosts skin elasticity. Japanese women were the subject of a study wherein this was conclusively shown.

    The Japanese population studied consumed a lot of traditional fermented soy beans. Fermented foods are the primary source of the calcium-constraining vitamin, just as leafy greens are the usual food sources of the blood-clotting variant of the vitamin.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin K2 is a water-soluble vitamin found in fermented foods that promotes healthy absorption and distribution of calcium, including preventing too much from building up under the skin.
    • Vitamin K helps promote production of metric GLA protein, which directs calcium into the bones and away from arteries and helps prevent varicose veins.
    • You can find Vitamin K in chicken, egg yolk, butter, cheese and natto, a common Japanese dish of fermented soybeans.

    "But epidemiological evidence suggests that diet has more influence on how we look than we realize"

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-13-vitamin-k-the-anti-aging-supplement-you-probably-havent-heard-about.html

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    Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries
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    Date: June 08, 2018 09:16 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries





    Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries

    Parasites are a more common problem in some parts of the world, where soil quality is particularly conducive to their survival and growth. Unfortunately, for individuals that get infected with these parasites, it's becoming harder to get rid of them, as successive strains become more resistant to drugs.

    Fortunately, new research is discovering that keeping parasites at bay and destroying those already present may have more to do with the environment of the gut. Individuals from villages in Indonesia and Liberia were the data pool used to find guts harboring parasites as well as those free of them. It was found that some bacteria were actually assistive of the parasites, while others made it hard on them. Since inflammation is the way that the gut generally fights off parasitic invasion, those bacteria that are anti-inflammatory are not useful in ridding the body, although those that aid in producing an inhospitable environment are. It may be that a eating a great deal more fermented foods could be a key, as such foods encourage the production of friendly and useful bacteria.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Researchers used a data pool culled from fecal samples of Liberian and Indonesian villagers to try and discover what sort of gut environment is hospitable or hostile to parasitic invaders.
    • Despite the distance between the village sources, the gut environments were very similar and scientists were able to isolate many microbes.
    • The lower incidence of parasites in some individuals was deemed as possibly related to inflammation, which is the body's way of ousting parasites.

    "Your ability to fight off parasitic worms may be aided by your gut microbiota."

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-05-gut-microbes-can-fight-parasites-probiotics-may-reduce-infections-and-severity-of-infections-in-developing-countries.html

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    Probiotics are the guts' best friends
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    Date: May 31, 2018 09:16 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Probiotics are the guts' best friends





    Probiotics are the guts' best friends

    Probiotics are important not only for digestive health, but also a person's overall health as well. Benefits of probiotics include relief from symptoms of gastrointestinal problems, but can also extend to other parts of the body, such as helping the body better ingest vitamins and minerals. Maintaining a healthy diet can help make sure the body maintains the necessary probiotics; however, some foods are better for consuming probiotics than others. Foods such as yogurt and miso are some of the best sources of probiotics. As part of a healthy lifestyle, reduce stress, eat healthy, and use antibiotics only when necessary to keep the gut a healthy home for probiotics.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Probiotics assist the human gut by creating an acid environment, suitable for the absorption of minerals.
    • They can slow down chronic hypersensitivity to various ingestible items, thereby assisting with autoimmune conditions and regulating inflammation.
    • These helpful strains of bacteria also secrete substances that aid in inhibiting the growth of pathogenic substances in the gut.

    "Research has shown that either single-strain or multi-strain probiotic or prebiotic supplements can reduce palpitations, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance and discomfort."

    Read more: http://www.ejinsight.com/20180525-probiotics-are-the-guts-best-friends/

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    Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency
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    Date: May 22, 2018 05:16 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency





    Vitamin B6 Benefits, Food Sources, Dietary Allowance & Deficiency

    Pyridoxamine (aka Vitamin B6) is a water soluble vitamin of the B Complex family with a range of important nervous system and stress regulation functions. B6 helps regular immunity, protect the skin, prevent cognitive decline (especially in seniors) and provide for a steady, healthy emotional state and sleep cycle. Foods rich in B6 run the gamut from plant-based sources like chickpeas, tofu, brown rice and avocados to beef liver, chicken breast, yellow tuna and other animal sources.

    Key Takeaways:

    • There is a correlation between lower cognitive function and homocysteine, which vitamin B6 can help.
    • This vitamin can help create hemoglobin which helps reduce the risk of anemia or anemic symptoms.
    • Vitamin B6 can help reduce signs of aging due to it preventing conditions such as dry skin.

    "In the research test groups, it was shown that Vitamin B6 benefits cognitive health in such a way that it can significantly reduce serum total homocysteine (tHcy) levels. This process is especially helpful when B6 is taken in supplement form; even then, it can better aid cognitive health when used alongside additional vitamins such as B12."

    Read more: https://healthyfoodmaster.com/vitamin-b6-benefits-food-sources-dietary-allowance-deficiency/

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    Use coconut oil daily
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    Date: January 30, 2018 03:59 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Use coconut oil daily





    Coconut oil is becoming more and more seen as a superfood, not only for its health but its beauty purposes as well. Its health can be seen with its anti-bacterial qualities. There is also a link to cardiovascular health. In Polynesia, where the coconut is the main staple, rates of heart disease are incredibly low. You can also use it to replace many of the fats in your pantry, since it cooks well and even adds great flavor to coffee.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Many, many studies have been conducted on coconut oil, revealing its numerous benefits
    • Yet, many media outlets and other sources tend to cast coconut oil in a negative light, despite the evidence to the contrary.
    • In order to reap the health benefits of coconut oil, which are myriad, one should use it regularly - either through topical application or consumption.

    "Coconut products, particularly coconut oil, have been used by certain populations around the world for millennia, and in places where coconut oil is consumed as part of the standard diet, people seem to thrive."

    Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/use-coconut-oil-daily/

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    Health Watch: What Do You Know About Vitamin K?
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    Date: December 30, 2017 03:59 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Health Watch: What Do You Know About Vitamin K?





    Most people are familiar with benefits of vitamins. The most common vitamins with which people are familiar are A, B, C, D and E. However few people know about the benefits of vitamin K. It derives from the German word Koagulation which is similar to the English word coagulation. That refers to blood clotting. Most people are not deficient in vitamin K unless they suffer from malnourishment. Babies are usually given a shot of vitamin k within a day of birth to stimulate coagulation. There are a number of forms of vitamin K with K1 being the most common. It is also the one present in green vegetables. When people have blood clots, strokes or abnormal heart rhythms, doctors often prescribe anti K drugs such as warfarin which act as anticoagulants. Food high in vitamin K can aid in having a healthy heart. Foods that are high in vitamin K include green vegetables such as kale, spinach, collard greens, parsley, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. Fruit , milk and meat also have vitamin k in different quantites. Vitamin K also comes in K2 and K3 versions which also aid in bone health. In fact study of 72,000 women over a decade followed by the The Nurses' Health Study found that those with less than 109 micrograms a day of vitamin K were 30% more likely to suffer a hip fracture. Overall Americans are not eating enough vitamin K. Eating more would promote healthier cardiovascular systems and stronger bones.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin K is required by the human body for coagulation or clotting of blood.
    • Dietary sources of Vitamin K include but are not limited to kale, blueberries, spinach, mustard greens, and broccoli.
    • Some anticoagulant medications may interfere with the action of Vitamin K.

    "K2, as well as K1, are believed to play an important role in bone health; low levels have been associated with an increased risk of both osteoporosis and arthritis."

    Read more: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/features/health/health-watch-what-do-you-know-about-vitamin-k/article_b2ae97dd-2bd4-57df-8a42-307a4d5fe6a0.html

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    Fibre 101: What it is, what foods it's in, and why it's so important for your health
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    Date: December 09, 2017 03:59 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Fibre 101: What it is, what foods it's in, and why it's so important for your health





    Fiber may not sound very cool, but it's incredibly important for the body. Fiber, the indigestible part of many good foods, fuels good bacteria, helps to stabilize glucose levels, and can aid in weight loss. The three types of fiber -- soluble, insoluble, and resistant starch -- work together to ensure good health. To get more fiber, try whole grain bread, fruits, and vegetables. You may not be getting enough fiber if you are constipated or get hungry very easily.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Fiber is a great way to make your health good and stay alive!
    • Fiber is the indigestable part of many different foods that are good for you
    • Bread, fruit, and vegetables are all great sources of fiber for those in need

    "There are three main types of fibre – soluble, insoluble and resistant starch – and you need a balance of all three for optimal digestive health."

    Read more: https://coach.nine.com.au/2017/12/06/11/02/what-is-fibre

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    Cholesterol and Blood Pressure
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    Date: December 07, 2017 03:59 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Cholesterol and Blood Pressure





    High levels of cholesterol can impact health in some surprising ways. People may notice their health declining as their cholesterol levels rise too. High alcohol intake and low levels of exercise may actually be part of the reason why that happens. Check blood pressure levels to make sure people get the right care. Set goals like lowering blood pressure levels over the course of a few years. Doctors can offer their own advice to make that happen.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Cholesterol is important for your body to function and can be found in many healthy foods.
    • High blood pressure can be caused by many factors, such as alcohol consumption.
    • Avoiding foods with high saturated fat can reduce your cholesterol levels.

    "The first step in reducing your cholesterol is to maintain a healthy balanced diet."

    Read more: https://www.medschl.cam.ac.uk/human-resources/staff-wellbeing/wellbeing-programme/cholesterol-blood-pressure/

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    Why medicinal mushrooms should be considered a staple in every household across America
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    Date: October 30, 2017 10:14 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Why medicinal mushrooms should be considered a staple in every household across America





    In a time when stress among people is at an all time high, many are trying to find new ways to reduce it. Medicinal mushroooms are being shown to be a remarkable healing plant that possess a wide array of nutrients that can help improve your daily life. They come in a variety of forms and can be consumed many different ways, including as a pill or poweder or in your tea or a smoothie. They promote almost all of your bodies systems like the immune system and digestive system working in a healthy way. Be wary of some from unknown sources, such as China, which can have heavy metal contamination that could wipe out all the health benefits.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Eating mushrooms like reishi, chaga, agaricus blazei, cordyceps, maitake, shiitake, turkey tail, and lion’s mane.whether in powder, capsule, tincture format and in foods can improve your health.
    • Providing support for a healthy immune system,improves heart functions, support proper liver function, builds a healthy cardiovascular system and a healthy digestive system.
    • Buy ultra-clean, lab-tested mushrooms for of B-vitamins, minerals, beta-glucans, antioxidants, polysaccharides, calcium & more. Eat with fruits & veggies. And exercise.

    "With unprecedented support for all the key functions of the body, it’s no surprise how medicinal mushrooms can have such an obvious impact"

    Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-23-why-medicinal-mushrooms-should-be-considered-a-staple-in-every-household-across-america.html

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    I Did Not Think That Folic Acid, Something They Only Prescribe To Pregnant Women, Was So Beneficial
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    Date: October 17, 2017 12:14 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: I Did Not Think That Folic Acid, Something They Only Prescribe To Pregnant Women, Was So Beneficial





    It has been a common practice that folic acid is highly recommended by the doctors to pregnant women. However, the application of folic acid should not be limited to the pregnant women, and everyone could benefit from taking folic acid. One could obtain folic acid from legumes, grain, fruits, whole grain, vegetables with dark or green leaves, meat of poultry and pork, liver, etc. The Vitamin B9 could help generate red blood cell, DNA, tissue growth, new cells, body break down, reduce suffering from heart disease, etc.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tn71qsb1CxM&rel=0

    Key Takeaways:

    • Vitamin B9 helps keep cells healthy and aids in the process that cells regenerate and maintain themselves in the body.
    • Legumes, grains, citrus fruits, meats, seafood, dark and leafy veggies are good Sources to get Vitamin B9 from.
    • Vitamin B9 is essential to keep your red blood cells healthy and aids in your DNA production.

    "Vitamin B9 plays a role in the synthesis of blood cells such as platelets, leukocytes, and erythrocytes."

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    Losing Hair? Eat These 9 Foods to Prevent Hair Fall
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    Date: September 19, 2017 09:14 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Losing Hair? Eat These 9 Foods to Prevent Hair Fall





    If you are losing hair, then there are nine foods you should be eating to prevent hair from falling out. Spinach is one of these amazing foods. Spinach is one of the best sources of vitamin A and Iron and even Vitamin B too. Iron deficiency is one of the main culprits of hair loss. Spinach is rich in iron and it also has things in it that condition the hair as well. It is definitely something you want to eat.

    Key Takeaways:

    • While topical hair masks are one way to keep hair healthy, hair growth and loss is linked to both dietary and lifestyle habits.
    • Spinach is one nutrient-rich food that is a wonderful source of iron, vitamin c, and protein, which are all beneficial in nurturing the health of the scalp and hair.
    • The omega-3 fatty acids in flax seeds are very efficient in nourishing the hair shaft and follicles, which will aid in preventing breakage.

    "Iron deficiency is the main cause of hair fall and spinach is not only iron-rich, it also contains sebum which acts as a natural conditioner for hair."

    Read more: http://food.ndtv.com/beauty/losing-hair-eat-these-9-foods-to-prevent-hair-fall-1749220

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    Fat, fructose and calories: 5 nutrition 'facts' we used to believe
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    Date: September 15, 2017 12:14 PM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Fat, fructose and calories: 5 nutrition 'facts' we used to believe





    As nutrition knowledge is changing and we have found that many 'facts' from 25 years ago just do not hold true. Fat used to be an enemy, but we now know that it is a necessity from the right sources. Because we thought fructose was better for diabetics, it soon was added to everything. It is still fine in moderation in fruit, but not added to food. All calories are the same and calories in, calories out are also 'facts' that we now know are just not true.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Certain types of fatty foods are good for cardiovascular health.
    • To lose weight, reduce your calorie intake instead of food restrictions.
    • With sugar intake, make sure you brush teeth and be mindful about it.

    "Nutritional science changes quickly, and knowledge that was gleaned from a 25-year-old nutrition textbook needs to be refreshed."

    Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/fat-fructose-and-calories-5-nutrition-facts-we-used-to-believe/2017/08/28/b36635f8-8689-11e7-961d-2f373b3977ee_story.html

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    Nutritionist Reveals Five Prebiotic Foods That Can Feed Your Gut
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    Date: August 15, 2017 09:14 AM
    Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
    Subject: Nutritionist Reveals Five Prebiotic Foods That Can Feed Your Gut





    You could be doing your best to make sure that you are ingesting healthy probiotics, but without prebiotics, foods that fuel probiotics, you are not receiving the benefits you are expecting. A nutritionist shares the foods that you need to feed the good bacteria in your gut to maintain your gut and overall health. These foods are easily found in your local supermarkets and can be incorporated into your daily meal plans and beside being prebiotics, they have other health benefits as well.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Psyllium can be purchased at local grocery stores or health food stores and can be incorporated into your diet in a variety of ways
    • Leeks and asparagus are sources of the prebiotic fibre called inulin along with other health benefits
    • Garlic and oats also have important prebiotic fibres present in them and can be added to a variety of meals for an added health boost

    "Prebiotics feed the good bacteria we already have in our digestive system,"

    Read more: https://www.womenshealth.com.au/article/food/five-prebiotic-foods-you-need-for-good-gut-health

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