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You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet Darrell Miller 5/18/19
Vitamin K2 promotes healthy arteries and cardiovascular protection Darrell Miller 5/7/19
Vitamin D And Its Effect On Brain Darrell Miller 4/30/19
Go nuts with the cancer-protective properties of walnuts Darrell Miller 4/29/19
Research uncovers brand new benefits of vitamin C Darrell Miller 4/16/19
What are the best food sources of vitamin K? Darrell Miller 4/2/19
8 Health Hazards Caused by Lack of Vitamin D Darrell Miller 2/27/19
Following a fiber-rich diet has a positive effect on chronicinflammatory joint diseases Darrell Miller 2/19/19
6 foods that are high in B vitamins - Sportskeeda Darrell Miller 2/8/19
The role of magnesium in maintaining health Darrell Miller 2/6/19
A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes Darrell Miller 12/19/18
Want stronger bones? Study finds that vitamin E is crucial to bonehealth Darrell Miller 11/14/18
Vitamin K2 Steps Into the Spotlight for Bone and Heart Health VitaNet, LLC Staff 11/3/18
Pumpkin seeds, mostly eaten during Halloween, contain an impressivearray of vitamins and minerals that support heart health VitaNet, LLC Staff 9/15/18
The Best Vitamins for Women VitaNet, LLC Staff 8/5/18
Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis? Darrell Miller 7/31/18
Vitamin K: The anti-aging supplement you probably havenâ??t heard about Darrell Miller 6/20/18
If You Often Have Headaches, Low Energy, and Insomnia, Start Consuming These Darrell Miller 1/15/18
Health Watch: What Do You Know About Vitamin K? Darrell Miller 12/30/17
Tanzania: Here's Why Vitamin D Matters for Good Health Darrell Miller 12/22/17
Vitamin K: Your New Superhero For a Healthy Living Darrell Miller 11/15/17
Chestnut Benefits for the Brain, Bones, Heart & More Darrell Miller 10/31/17
5 underrated vegetables you should be eating Darrell Miller 10/25/17
Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in ... Darrell Miller 10/23/17
You Need To Know About Vitamin K Darrell Miller 9/30/17
12 signs you're not getting enough calcium Darrell Miller 9/14/17
Are you stressed or anxious? Try this simple and effective recipe! Darrell Miller 9/9/17
Top 10 Calcium Rich Foods (Dairy Free) | Natural Cures Darrell Miller 8/25/17
Avocados' awesome aid in digestion (Part II) Darrell Miller 8/13/17
6 Vitamin and Food Supplements for Better Health | Natural Cures Darrell Miller 8/5/17
This spice is the most powerful in the world and many use it without knowing it is key to health Darrell Miller 8/5/17
10 Spectacular Black Tea Benefits You Should Know Darrell Miller 7/25/17
Craving chocolate could mean you're suffering from a magnesium deficiency Darrell Miller 7/10/17
5 Health Benefits Of Comfrey Darrell Miller 7/2/17
4 symptoms you should never ignore Darrell Miller 6/6/17
Do you need a vitamin D boost? Darrell Miller 6/5/17
Treat Your Arthritis Problems With Gelatin Amazing!! Darrell Miller 6/4/17
Vitamin K2 and why form matters! Darrell Miller 6/1/17
5 Awesome Grains to Replace Rice Darrell Miller 5/23/17
Top 13 Benefits Of Vitamin A For Health And Skin Darrell Miller 5/22/17
Turmeric may boost bone density in older people Darrell Miller 5/21/17
Radicchio: The Vitamin K Vegetable that Supports the Heart & Bones (And Kills a Common Parasite!) Darrell Miller 5/15/17
Oolong Tea Benefits the Brain, Heart, Skin & More Darrell Miller 5/14/17
12 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Eggs!! Darrell Miller 5/14/17
Tips for Keeping Your Joints in Top Shape Darrell Miller 5/14/17
7 Health Benefits of Vitamin K Darrell Miller 5/12/17
Scientist Reveal What Cannabis Does to Your Bones!! Darrell Miller 5/7/17
4 Fat Soluble Vitamins Darrell Miller 4/19/17
Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones' Darrell Miller 4/19/17
Dairy and vitamin D supplements protect against bone loss Darrell Miller 3/14/17




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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Vitamin K2 promotes healthy arteries and cardiovascular protection
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Date: May 07, 2019 04:13 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin K2 promotes healthy arteries and cardiovascular protection





Vitamin K2 may help protect you against becoming one of the 17 million people estimated to die from heart disease this year. Vitamin K2 helps to moderate how much calcium builds up in the body and where. This is significant because the calcification of plaque-narrowed arteries plays a major role in heart disease. Vitamin K2 can help ensure that your body’s calcium supply stays in your bones and out of your arteries and other soft tissue, and can reduce your risk of heart disease by 50 percent or more.

Key Takeaways:

  • The number one cause of death and illness worldwide is attributed to heart disease and it is estimated to cause about 17 million deaths each year.
  • Artherosclerosis, or the accumulation of calcified deposits in the arteries, has been known by researchers to be a major cause of heart disease.
  • Vitamin K is essential for blood clotting and the maintenance of bone density. It is found in two forms in the body – Vitamin K1, and Vitamin K2.

"In one study, daily consumption of more than 32 micrograms of dietary vitamin K2 reduced the risk of arterial calcification and death from heart disease – by an incredible 50 percent."

Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/vitamin-k2-nutrition-news-2650.html

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Vitamin D And Its Effect On Brain
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Date: April 30, 2019 09:28 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin D And Its Effect On Brain





Vitamin D has a wide range of vital health benefits for your bones, teeth, heart and endocrine system. Recent research suggests it also has a critical job in brain health and mental health as as well. Vitamin D deficiency — already associated with damage to the immune system and hypertension — may also put you at a higher risk of schizophrenia or cognitive impairment. This is a serious problem, given that there may be a billion vitamin D-deficient people in the world today.

Key Takeaways:

  • Vitamin D, which is sometimes referred to as the “sunshine vitamin,” is important for keeping the bones healthy, for boosting the immune system, and good cardiovascular health.
  • According to findings from research, when one lacks Vitamin D the immune system will be compromised and it can also raise the danger of hypertension.
  • It is well reported that there is a relationship between vitamin D and mental health. A study on rodents showed that vitamin D deficiency resulted in brain damage.

"New research finds that vitamin D deficiency influences a kind of brain “scaffolding” that supports the neurons."

Read more: https://thestylishmagazine.com/1469/vitamin-d-and-its-effect-on-brain/

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Go nuts with the cancer-protective properties of walnuts
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Date: April 29, 2019 02:48 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Go nuts with the cancer-protective properties of walnuts





Despite some of the negative press that the nut group receives overall, there is some significant proof that incorporating nuts, specifically walnuts into your diet can have positive effects. From assisting with cancer prevention, boosting your mood, weight loss assistance and even strengthen your bones, the benefits could outweigh your negative mindset. Also be aware that the method in which you prepare your walnuts could also change the properties of the un-roasted nut structure. Remaining natural with your nut selection is usually best.

Key Takeaways:

  • One of the widely grown and consumed nuts due to their health benefits are walnuts. They have bioactive compounds such as polyunsaturated fats, polyphenols, and dietary fiber.
  • While walnuts are popularly eaten raw or roasted, it has long been assumed that heat treatment may change them but a study reveals that this is not the case.
  • The study focused on whether roasted walnuts still have their anticancer properties and they tested both raw and roasted walnuts to in vitro digestion and fermentation.

"These results, which were published in the journal Nutrition Research, indicated that walnuts reduce the risk of colon cancer by inducing expression of genes involved in detoxification and by causing growth inhibition and apoptosis in colon adenoma cells."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-14-go-nuts-with-the-cancer-protective-properties-of-walnuts.html

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Research uncovers brand new benefits of vitamin C
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Date: April 16, 2019 10:54 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Research uncovers brand new benefits of vitamin C





Vitamin C remains a common supplement that people take when sick. As an antioxidant, vitamin C helps keep skin, bones, and connective tissue healthy. What's more, a recent study conducted by Deakin University claims that vitamin C also helps those with diabetes. The study included thirty one participants, employed a placebo to test against, and lasted nine months. It's results implied that taking vitamin C twice daily lower blood sugar levels and kept them more stable. Researchers hope to repeat the study with a larger sample size in the future.

Key Takeaways:

  • Many persons tout the benefits of Vitamin C which includes curing the common cold, helping the brain to work better, and making the skin fresher.
  • The study on the relationship between diabetes and diabetes was extended over 9 months and involved about 31 participants who were split into a treatment group and placebo group.
  • The findings which showed that Vitamin C helped reduce blood glucose in the blood by 40 percent could have much implications for people suffering diabetes.

"A study by Deakin University has concluded that a twice-daily dose of 500 milligrams of vitamin C can lower elevated blood-sugar levels across the day and reduce blood-sugar spikes after meals in people with type-2 diabetes."

Read more: https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/wellbeing/2019/02/11/vitamin-c-health-benefits/

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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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8 Health Hazards Caused by Lack of Vitamin D
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Date: February 27, 2019 09:57 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 8 Health Hazards Caused by Lack of Vitamin D





Vitamin D is extremely important for your health. However, in the winter time it can be difficult to get enough Vitamin D because of the lack of sunlight. A 2010 study showed that over 40% of Americans have a Vitamin D deficiency. Risks associated with Vitamin D deficiencies include fatigue and weakened immune system. Risks get more serious and also include cardiovascular disease, cancer Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease. All of these diseases come at a higher rate in people who do not have sufficient Vitamin D.

Key Takeaways:

  • Children lacking sufficient amounts of vitamin D are at a high risk of developing the disease called Rickets.
  • Children with Rickets have weakened skeletal systems and soft, easily damaged bones.
  • For optimal health, including the prevention of Rickets, the Mayo Clinic advises that children up to the age of 1 receive 400 International Units of vitamin D daily,

"Our bodies need vitamin D for many health benefits but in the cold winter months it may be hard to get enough of this hormone that's created when your skin is exposed to sunlight."

Read more: https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/health-hazards-vitamin-d-deficiency/2019/01/15/id/898321/

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Following a fiber-rich diet has a positive effect on chronicinflammatory joint diseases
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Date: February 19, 2019 07:53 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Following a fiber-rich diet has a positive effect on chronicinflammatory joint diseases





A diet that is high in levels of fiber as well as short-chain fatty acids can improve many areas of your physical health. For those looking to lose weight, diets high in fiber helps you fill up faster, and it also helps you stay fuller for longer periods of time. This naturally leads to a reduction in body mass. Over 22 studies have also documented how these high-fiber diets can promote heart health by reducing cardiovascular risk by nine percent.

Key Takeaways:

  • A diet high in fiber and short-chain fatty acids was shown to increase muscle mass and bone density.
  • When following a diet that is bacteria-friendly, a reduction in inflammatory symptoms will most likely follow.
  • Over 19 studies have shown that by eating a diet high in fiber, you dramatically reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.

"A study published in Nature Communications revealed following a fiber-rich diet has a positive effect on chronic inflammatory joint diseases like arthritis, resulting in stronger bones."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-14-fiber-rich-diet-for-chronic-inflammatory-joint-diseases.html

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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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The role of magnesium in maintaining health
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Date: February 06, 2019 02:38 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The role of magnesium in maintaining health





Magnesium is a very important mineral to our bodies and helps with our overall health, more specifically in the muscles and bones. It also helps many enzymes run smoothly within the body and is very important in turning food into energy. However, many people are unaware of the importance of magnesium and suffer from this deficiency. With the deficiency, producing energy cells becomes harder making the relaxation and contraction of muscles more difficult. Consuming foods like nuts, dark chocolate, legumes, grains, leafy vegetables, and even skim milk.

Key Takeaways:

  • Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral found in the human body. Because of its crucial role in preventing diseases, it is often referred to as the “Master Mineral”.
  • Magnesium is important for the smooth functioning of numerous enzymes in the body that are important for regulation of the system.
  • Magnesium is a vital link in keeping illnesses at a distance from the body. Some of the illnesses it prevents are asthma, diabetes, insomnia, and high blood pressure.

"Magnesium, as one is aware, is a highly important mineral, as it contributes to fortifying human health, especially bones and muscles."

Read more: https://www.thestatesman.com/lifestyle/health/role-magnesium-maintaining-health-1502721633.html

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A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes
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Date: December 19, 2018 04:39 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: A form of vitamin E derived from annato can lessen your risk ofbone loss due to diabetes





Tocotrienols, a chemical grouping that belongs to the vitamin E family, has been shown by research to have efficacy in reducing blood sugar levels and inhibiting bone loss. The most recent research came in the form of two studies, both of which made use of a tropical fruit, known as the annato. A pre-diabetic state and osteoporosis was induced in rodent subjects for both of the studies. One of the studies, conducted in Malaysia, showed that the rodent subjects had better parameters for a number of metabolic syndrome indicators, such as fasting blood glucose and triglycerides. In the case of the Malaysian study, the rodents either received a dose of tocotrienols commensurate with normal human supplementation or a diet stripped of tocotrienols. A Texas-based research study compared the tocotrienols with Metformin, a commonly prescribed diabetic medicine. Results showed that the tocotrienols in higher doses was better than the medicine in instituting bone growth. A third study, also in Malaysia, used human subjects with type 2 diabetes. Markers for the human subjects were also improved for the subjects that consumed tocotrienols.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are so many people in the world today that are suffering from diabetic disorders.
  • Understanding how to use vitamins to combat your disease is a great method to use.
  • You should do everything in your power to reduce the risk of losing density in your bones as you get older.

"Studies have shown that tocotrienols may help inhibit bone loss and regulate blood sugar levels. The tocotrienols used in the studies were derived from the red-orange tropical fruit known as annatto."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-30-vitamin-e-lessens-bone-loss-risk-due-to-diabetes.html

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Want stronger bones? Study finds that vitamin E is crucial to bonehealth
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Date: November 14, 2018 12:51 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Want stronger bones? Study finds that vitamin E is crucial to bonehealth





If you want stronger bones, there is a way to do it now! Everyone is aware that the intake of vitamins is something that can improve your health. As someone who takes in a lot of vitamins, they will be able to vouch for this idea. Now, studies are showing that vitamin E is something that can be really important for your bone health. Bone health is very important and if you struggle with it, Vitamin E might be good for you.

Key Takeaways:

  • Everyone knows that vitamins have some sort of health benefit for their own bodies.
  • There are plenty of individuals who are having Vitamin E and seeing their body react positively to it.
  • Go and see a doctor to see if you need something like stronger bones or other health perks.

"People who swear by the effects of vitamin E in keeping their skin healthy might soon add maintaining bone health to its long list of benefits."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-06-want-stronger-bones-vitamin-e-is-crucial-to-bone-health.html

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





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

Key Takeaways:

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

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

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

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Pumpkin seeds, mostly eaten during Halloween, contain an impressivearray of vitamins and minerals that support heart health
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Date: September 15, 2018 08:52 AM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Pumpkin seeds, mostly eaten during Halloween, contain an impressivearray of vitamins and minerals that support heart health





Pumpkin seeds, mostly eaten during Halloween, contain an impressive array of vitamins and minerals that support heart health

Why You Should Be Eating a Handful of Pumpkin Seeds Everyday. You can eat pumpkin seeds raw, toasted and spiced, or salted and in their shell. ... Pumpkin seeds are loaded with vitamins and minerals, including vitamins B, E, and K, magnesium, and iron.these seeds are consumed during hallowen they are usually scraped out of the pumpkin in making jack-o-lanterns. They are rich in essential fatty acids and tryptophan, which make them an effective tool in improving heart health and preventing diseases, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, bladder dysfunction, and anxiety.To support heart health, pumpkin seeds work by increasing high-density lipoprotein while decreasing low-density lipoprotein or “bad” cholesterol levels.Pumpkin seeds are good for the bones because of their high magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc content. In addition, pumpkin seed oil helps relieve inflammation linked to arthritis and related conditions.Another benefit of pumpkin seeds has to do with bladder health. Up to 16 percent of aging adults are affected by overactive bladder, which can greatly affect their quality of life. An overactive bladder causes sudden urges to urinate and can cause involuntary urination. Recent study by researchers from the University of Tennesse have shown that pumpkin seed oil and extract are effective in improving these symptoms and helping to bring back bladder control,the high tryptophan content of pumpkin seeds help improve anxiety. In the brain and also improve mood.

Key Takeaways:

  • People do not realize that pumpkins, and their seeds, actually are very healthy for you.
  • Pumpkins should be put into everyone's diet as they are full of nutrients and vitamins.
  • Do not be afraid to try new food as there are so many people who are like that!

"However, these nutty seeds and their byproduct pumpkin seed oil should be consumed more often because they contain a variety of vitamins and minerals that are good for the heart."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-08-16-pumpkin-seeds-vitamins-and-minerals-heart-health.html

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The Best Vitamins for Women
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Date: August 05, 2018 09:53 AM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The Best Vitamins for Women





The Best Vitamins for Women

Almost 75 percent of women would have a vitamin deficiency if not for multivitamins, and even with multivitamins many women still have at least one. Water-soluble vitamins like A, C, and E play roles that include boosting immunity and protecting both skin and vision. Vitamin K improves cardiac health and blood clotting. Folate is especially crucial during pregnancy, but folate and other B vitamins are always important to many body systems. It is also important to get adequate supplies of iron, iodine and other minerals and fatty acids, too.

Key Takeaways:

  • Women should invest in antioxidant vitamins, better known as Vitamins A,C, and E. They help with immunity against colds and infections.
  • Vitamin D3 is important fro women to help with their bones and hormonal imbalances. Another way to obtain this vitamin is by sitting in the sun.
  • Vitamin B12 and Folate help with cognitive function and boosts metabolism. Folate is very important for pregnant women as well.

"While it’s possible to get all of the vitamins and minerals you need from careful food selection and a nutrient-dense diet, research shows many women still experience at least one type of nutrient deficiency, if not more."

Read more: https://draxe.com/best-vitamins-for-women/

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Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?
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Date: July 31, 2018 08:53 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?





Can vitamin C reduce your risk of osteoporosis?

A recent British Journal of Medicine article by a group of Iranian researchers examined a vast swathe of research to see whether Vitamin C consumption helps prevent osteoporosis by increasing bone density. Although the design of the research was only adequate to prove correlation and not causation, the evidence did indicate that higher Vitamin C intake does tend to be associated with healthier and denser bones. As Vitamin C tends to be found in nutrient-rich produce, more research would be needed to see if this is due to Vitamin an soecifixally or to other nutrients commonly found in the same foods.

Key Takeaways:

  • A recent study sought to determine if adults who consumed more vitamin C had stronger bones and a reduced risk of osteoporosis.
  • Vitamin C: an important nutrient for bone proteins and bone growth
  • More vitamin C is associated with less risk of hip fracture in men and older adults

"Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that is needed by many of our bodily systems."

Read more: https://www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/can-vitamin-c-reduce-your-risk-osteoporosis/

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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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If You Often Have Headaches, Low Energy, and Insomnia, Start Consuming These
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Date: January 15, 2018 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: If You Often Have Headaches, Low Energy, and Insomnia, Start Consuming These





Natural cures such as magnesium and vitamin K can do wonders for your daily and long term overall health. Taking enough, but not too much of these vitamins are essential for your mental and physical well-being. Not getting enough of them from a balanced diet can cause a variety of health problems ranging from depression to weak bones and poor clotting of the blood. Magnesium and Vitamin K are excellent for reducing stress, giving your more energy, and even fighting migraine headaches!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66v49ZAqFoo&rel=0

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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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Tanzania: Here's Why Vitamin D Matters for Good Health
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Date: December 22, 2017 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Tanzania: Here's Why Vitamin D Matters for Good Health





Vitamin D is one of our essential nutrients. It is well known for its role in building bones since it is needed to bind to calcium, but it is also highly necessary for proper nerve function. While vitamin D is easy to get from the sun, one needs to watch their exposure to ensure they don't get burned or skin cancer from overexposure. Overall drinking and eating milk products fortified with vitamin D is one of our best ways to get it

Key Takeaways:

  • Vitamin D is a required nutrient, not only for bone growth but for nerve functionality.
  • Vitamin D is fat soluble and found in many foods and even made by getting daily sun.
  • Experts warn to limit your sun exposure due to increased risk for burns or even skin cancer.

"Some of the key functions of Vitamin D is to boost immune system of our bodies (fight off invading bacteria and viruses) and to maintain strong bones."

Read more: http://allafrica.com/stories/201712190807.html

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





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

Key Takeaways:

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

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

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

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Chestnut Benefits for the Brain, Bones, Heart & More
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Date: October 31, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Chestnut Benefits for the Brain, bones, Heart & More





Chestnuts offer some very amazing benefits for the brain as well as the heart and much more. As the temperatures get a bit colder, there is nothing better than picking up a chestnut treat from a local vendor and eating. Chestnuts are a very big part of the Winter season and they offer so many benefits to the human body. They help to improve digestion and they also help to make your bones a lot stronger.

Key Takeaways:

  • Chestnuts have been proven to protect your heart, boost brain and bone health, promote regularity and improve digestion.
  • Just 10 chestnut kernels crams a whopping 50% of the manganese you need for your daily vitamin intake, along with 2.7g of protein.
  • Chestnuts are more of a starchy type of nut as opposed to most nuts that have a higher fat and oil content.

"Chestnuts have a mildly sweet taste and can easily be added to a variety of different dishes."

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

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5 underrated vegetables you should be eating
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Date: October 25, 2017 10:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 5 underrated vegetables you should be eating





There are many kinds of veggies out there but not all of them have a good rep. Some are assumed to not taste good. This talks about five which are highly under rated. You should have these as part of your diet, though, for their health benefits. Most veggies contain vitamins and minerals your body needs. This is why a variety is best. You should try to eat different kinds whenever possible. Try to eat many colors of veggies as well.

Key Takeaways:

  • Fennel contains high levels of vitamins A and C, which are important antioxidants
  • Brussel sprouts contain anti-carcinogenic properties, meaning they are effective in combatting the risk of cancer
  • Mushrooms is the only vegetable that contains Vitamin D, which is effective in helping to strengthen bones and combat osteoporosis

"These are the veggies worth watching out for in the grocery isle that offer great health benefits but may not usually be your first choice."

Read more: https://www.warwickdailynews.com.au/news/5-underrated-vegetables-you-should-be-eating/3241007/

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Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in ...
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Date: October 23, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin K essential to a healthy heart; deficiency found to contribute to unhealthy enlargement in ...





Enlargement of the heart is a serious matter. A vitamin K deficiency may contribute to it but is easily remedied. Do not ignore this. If you need more get a supplement for sure. You can also find out which foods it is in so you can eat more of them. It is best to get vitamins from your diet if possible. If your heart does become enlarged it can be dangerous since it then has to work harder to get blood and therefore oxygen around your body.

Key Takeaways:

  • Individuals who do not have enough Vitamin K experience an increased risk of heart issues
  • To decrease the risk of blood clotting and to build healthy bones, everyone needs to ensure that they attain enough Vitamin K on a daily basis
  • Vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, cabbage, and iceberg lettuce are rich in Vitamin K and should be included in any diet

"They discovered that those who ate the smallest amount of vitamin K-rich foods, such as spinach, cabbage, iceberg lettuce, broccoli, and olive oil, had a 3.3 percent higher risk of having an unhealthy enlargement of the left ventricle."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-19-vitamin-k-essential-to-a-healthy-heart-deficiency-found-to-contribute-to-unhealthy-enlargement-in-adolescents.html

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You Need To Know About Vitamin K
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Date: September 30, 2017 10:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: You Need To Know About Vitamin K





There are many kinds of vitamins and your body needs a good balance of them. There are supplements you can take for many of them, or you can change your diet if necessary. This talks about vitamin K in particular. It will give you the facts you nee so you know if you have enough of this important nutrient. If you need more and aren't sure how to get it you can also communicate with a dietician or your doctor.

Key Takeaways:

  • Vitamen K can help you maintain blood vessels. It is a fat soluble store in the liver and fat tissues.
  • Vitamin K can help you keep your bones healthy and prevent fractures, especially in women.
  • Vitamin K helps your body heal wounds. The primary thing is to control clotting.

"Lack of vitamin K in your body can lead to increased bleeding, osteoporosis, and defection in blood clotting."

Read more: http://positivemed.com/2017/09/20/vitamin-k/

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12 signs you're not getting enough calcium
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Date: September 14, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 12 signs you're not getting enough calcium





Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body and is essential for many of our important body functions. The problem is, most of us are not getting enough of it in our diets. Calcium deficiency can lead to many problems including heart disease and obesity. Here are some signs that you are deficient in calcium. These signs range from broken bones to altered mental states. If you suspect that you were not getting enough calcium you may want to check out this list to see if you have any of the signs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Calcium deficiency is linked to more than just brittle bones and tooth decay. It affects the health of your heart, nervous system and weight, too.
  • Not sleeping well? Depressed? Can't lose weight? Try increasing your calcium intake because lower calcium could be the culprit.
  • You can dramatically increase your calcium intake by avoiding alcohol and by eating leafy greens, nuts, legumes, and tofu.

"Calcium is needed for the mineralisation of bones to keep them strong, so low calcium levels increase the likelihood of broken bones, and osteoporosis in later life."

Read more: http://home.bt.com/lifestyle/health/healthy-eating/12-signs-youre-not-getting-enough-calcium-11364210197295

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Are you stressed or anxious? Try this simple and effective recipe!
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Date: September 09, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Are you stressed or anxious? Try this simple and effective recipe!





This video speaks about Magnesium chloride and how it is used to treat bone disease and osteoporosis. If someone is lacking magnesium chloride, there are many diseases that a person could encounter or affected by. Magnesium chloride is also able to balance the body's chemicals and nerves. A magnesium chloride recipe is discussed, which helps to decrease anxiety. The instructions make it easy for anyone to make. The recipe calls for lemon, water, ice, honey and 10 grams of magnesium chloride.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NByqb8hzvM&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • This compound, which is a combination of magnesium and chloride, can direct the calcium that collects in different regions of the body to the bones, specifically.
  • By directing accumulations of calcium away from the muscles, the muscles are able to better relax and the calcium is put to good use in the skeletal structure.
  • Because of Magnesium Chloride's ability to navigate calcium in the body, it is often used to treat bone diseases, such as arthritis and osteoporosis.

"Recently, some studies have pointed out that the regular consumption of Magnesium Chloride lessens the risk of rectal cancer."

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





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

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

Key Takeaways:

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

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

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Avocados' awesome aid in digestion (Part II)
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Date: August 13, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Avocados' awesome aid in digestion (Part II)





Thanks to its highly nutritious properties and the myriad of health benefits it provides, avocado is known as a superfood. Avocados have anti-inflammatory properties, pack in even more potassium than a banana, assist in digestion, and are filled with anti-oxidants. On top of all this, avocados also improve eye health and strengthen bones. The many vitamins and minerals found in avocados provide a number of beauty benefits as well, as they contribute to healthier skin. Avocados are excellent foods for weight loss as well due to their healthful properties and also because avocados are energy and metabolism boosters. These are only just a few examples of why the avocado is valued as a superfood and a staple of healthy eating.

Read more: Avocados' awesome aid in digestion (Part II)

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6 Vitamin and Food Supplements for Better Health | Natural Cures
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Date: August 05, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 6 Vitamin and Food Supplements for Better Health | Natural Cures





Foods rich in Vitamin C are necessary when boosting the body's immune system naturally. Vitamin C helps with depression and eye related issues. Many problems arise from having a diminished immune system. In the past, the soil that our foods grew in was rich in magnesium. Nowadays, eating foods rich in magnesium or taking an additional supplement can make our muscles and bones healthier, as well as keep our nervous system balanced. Probiotics also made the list because they are a natural bacteria that rid the body of bad bacteria and replenish the body.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFW_3FlG5_Y&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • Supplements are good for you but should be considered in overall health even if natural.
  • Supplements are a great way to fill the gaps in your diet. Knowing which ones to add to your Routine is important.
  • Not all supplements are safe even if natural, in addition many vitamins and minerals may have more benefits then you are even aware.

"Know which vitamins and supplements to take and which may cause harm."

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This spice is the most powerful in the world and many use it without knowing it is key to health
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Date: August 05, 2017 05:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: This spice is the most powerful in the world and many use it without knowing it is key to health





There is one spice that is the most powerful in the world and many use it without knowing that it is the key to health. Oregano is one of the most widely used spices for seasoning foods. It gives our foods a delicious and unique flavor. But, it has many medicinal properties. This herb can be found in almost any part of the world and it is very affordable and can be bought at any supermarket.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdz9AQNXS4o&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • Oregano has many nutrients and health benefits for skin and bones, and it helps detoxify the liver.
  • A tea made with mineral water and dried oregano is a convenient way to benefit from it's many health benefits.
  • Oregano can be purchased in most food stores dry or fresh and it can be grown in the home.

"Said to contain 20 times more antioxidants and nutrients than any citrus"

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10 Spectacular Black Tea Benefits You Should Know
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Date: July 25, 2017 05:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 10 Spectacular Black Tea Benefits You Should Know





You may already drink black tea. Many of us do. It's delicious. It also has health benefits, 10 of which are listed here. You can feel good about drinking it now that you know how healthy it really is, and these aren't even the only benefits. There are others which are unlisted. Black tea is good hot or cold. You can mix it with honey or other flavors as well, and some of the ingredients you add may have their own benefits.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhVVl743N2k&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • Black tea can help keep plaque off teeth and bacteria in your mouth.
  • Black tea can reduces the risks of stroke by drinking 3 or more cups a day.
  • People who regularly drink tea appear to have stronger bones.

"We'll take an in depth look at ten health benefits that are available in black tea."

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





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

Key Takeaways:

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

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

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

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5 Health Benefits Of Comfrey
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Date: July 02, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 5 Health Benefits Of Comfrey





Comfrey, a weed common to the waters edges in Europe, has long been used as a medicinal plant. Since the Medieval period, this plant has been used as a natural remedy for a number of ailments. It has proven to be beneficial in a number areas related to healing of skin ailments, with boosts to the immune system and improved relief of inflammation. Though Comfrey does have some serious problems with toxicity due to alkaloid content. Usage of Comfrey can be done safely with positive effects.

Key Takeaways:

  • Comfrey is an herb that has been used in alternative medicine since the Middle Ages to treat hundreds of thousands of different conditions.
  • Research has shown that comfrey is generally safe as a treatment, and concerns over comfrey containing toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids that could damage internal organs were unfounded and exaggerated.
  • Comfrey has a large variety of health benefits, including treating skin problems, healing bones and joints, boosting immunity, and fighting inflammation.

"Researchers found that “a highly significantly and clinically relevantly faster initial reduction of wound size…was found.” They found that patients’ wounds took on average three days less to heal completely than the control group, and that there were no adverse effects or intolerability issues. It doesn’t get much better than that, folks!"

Read more: http://www.thealternativedaily.com/health-benefits-of-comfrey/

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4 symptoms you should never ignore
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Date: June 06, 2017 07:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 4 symptoms you should never ignore





Bone health is especially important as we age. There are four specific signs and symptoms that indicate the need to see a doctor because your bone health is at risk, Chipped nails indicate low collagen levels, also affecting bone structure. Receding gums can indicate jaw bone, and other bone, weakness. A weakening hand grip can be a sign of frail bones. Finally, a racing heart indicates a lower level of fitness that can lead to bone weakness.

Read more: 4 symptoms you should never ignore

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Do you need a vitamin D boost?
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Date: June 05, 2017 07:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Do you need a vitamin D boost?





Vitamin D is good for your bones but also your immune system, blood vessels muscles strength, depression prevention and prevention of multiple sclerosis. Most people can not count on the sun providing enough vitamin D with a large amount of people not knowing they have a deficiency. Most adults should supplement with at least 10 micrograms a day, not exceeding 100 micrograms to avoid toxicity. You should definitely not try to supplement through sun exposure as it can cause skin cancer.

Read more: Do you need a vitamin D boost?

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Treat Your Arthritis Problems With Gelatin Amazing!!
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Date: June 04, 2017 05:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Treat Your Arthritis Problems With Gelatin Amazing!!





People who suffer with arthritis should consider the alternative and natural remedy of Gelatin. Gelatin is mostly know as an ingredient in candies and milk, but if used a teaspoon twice a day can considerably lower your pain level associated with arthritis. Gelatin has proteins made from animal cartilage bones and tendons. Most of the time we have gelatin in foods we would have never known. just by having this small amount 2 times a day can change the pain associated with arthritis in 4 to 6 weeks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zum4zToUk4Q&rel=0

Key Takeaways:

  • With advancing age we lose collagen, which affects joint flexibility and mobility.
  • Medicines that alleviate the general discomfort of arthritic conditions can also produce long-term side effects.
  • Gelatin is created by the hydrolysis of collagen, which comes to us from the bones, tendons and cartilage of animals.

"Although there are medicines that reduce pain, these do not disappear forever."

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Vitamin K2 and why form matters!
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Date: June 01, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Vitamin K2 and why form matters!





Many people are living to a much higher age than before. Because of this there is reason to take supplements and have a good balanced diet. This is great, but many are lacking in the vitamin K2. This vitamin is very important because it helps the circulatory system as well as aids bones. To work best it is advised that it should be taken with calcium and vitamin D because these work best together as a team.

Key Takeaways:

  • One important key is that K2 is beneficial to anyone looking take care of their bone and circulatory health.
  • Another huge takeaway is that this vitamin is increasing the longevity of the recipient's life.
  • How it works is a big takeaway. This drug works by ensuring that calcium is deposited specifically into the bones, rather than blood vessels.

"K2 is beneficial to anyone who wants to help take care of their bone and circulatory health and help protect these systems for future years."

Read more: http://www.pharmacyinfocus.co.uk/vitamin-k2-form-matters/

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5 Awesome Grains to Replace Rice
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Date: May 23, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 5 Awesome Grains to Replace Rice





Nobody can contend against quinoa, not once they read the dietary name on the bundle. Quinoa is, by a wide margin, the most advantageous of the grains. It's additionally ridiculous costly. Try not to stress, it doesn't taste as freaky as it sounds, You'll no doubt discover it in the Middle East or the Mediterranean. Grain is a standout amongst the most one of a kind of the grains to supplant rice. It's chewier than alternate grains, which gives it a consistency practically like pasta.

Key Takeaways:

  • Eating more farro will do wonders for your muscles, bones, nerves, and metabolism.
  • Barley is one of the most unique of the grains to replace rice.
  • Amaranth isn't going to be as useful for your cooking, but it's definitely a grain that you can use a lot more of.

"Quinoa is one of the only grains to contain all nine amino acids essential for muscle-building, making it one of the best grains for athletes and active people to eat."

Read more: http://www.weightlossforall.com/5-awesome-grains-to-replace-rice.htm

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Top 13 Benefits Of Vitamin A For Health And Skin
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Date: May 22, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Top 13 Benefits Of Vitamin A For Health And Skin





Vitamin A, found in a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and proteins, plays an important part in our everyday lives. Many people know of Vitamin A's existence, but are unaware of its host of benefits. These benefits include improving the immune system (raising lymphocytic responses, maintains moisture of mucus membranes, and improving white blood cell activity), maintaining eye health (through regulating light changes and moisture), keeping skin soft, strengthen teeth and bones (by forming dentin), prevent urinary stones (due to calcium phosphate formation), inhibit muscular dystrophy, may prevent acne and certain cancer, treat measles and cold sores, lower cholesterol, and protect from infection. And, as an added bonus, it's also an anti-aging agent, because of its wrinkle reducing properties! Just be careful that you don't take too much Vitamin A, and speak to a doctor before starting on supplementation.

Key Takeaways:

  • VITAMIN A IS A HELPFUL ADDITION TO DIET TO PREVENT ANYTHING FROM ACNE AND COLD SORES TO LIMITING CERTAIN CANCER CELLS.
  • VARIOUS SYMPTOMS OF AGING CAN BE SLOWED WITH THE USE OF VITAMIN A
  • SKIN HEALTH IS AIDED BY VITAMIN A THWARTING INFECTION WHILE ALSO BENEFITING TEETH AND BONES.

"One of the most amazing benefits of vitamin A which ought to be mentioned first is improving your immune system"

Read more: http://vkool.com/benefits-of-vitamin-a/

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Turmeric may boost bone density in older people
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Date: May 21, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Turmeric may boost bone density in older people





An online magazine has a feature in its health section about the benefits of Turmeric. The story summarizes a research study in Italy on the effects of Turmeric on bone density. The researchers gave Turmeric to men over seventy who were experiencing lessened bone density. They found this addition resulted in a seven per cent jump in density. They believed Turmeric acts on cells that are removing bone cells prematurely. The story has a photo of Turmeric.

Key Takeaways:

  • People who have been given turmeric saw bone density increase by 7% in 6 months.
  • yoghurt can help reduce the risk of osteoporosis in the older generations.
  • Yogurt is a rich source of nutrients that are helpful to the strengthening and maintaining of bones.

"Scientists at Genoa University have identified a compound in the spice known as curcumin, which they believe targets cells that trigger old parts of bone to be removed before new growth can replace it."

Read more: https://www.tv3.ie/xpose/article/fitness-and-wellbeing/239587/Turmeric-may-boost-bone-density-in-older-people

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Radicchio: The Vitamin K Vegetable that Supports the Heart & Bones (And Kills a Common Parasite!)
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Date: May 15, 2017 03:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Radicchio: The Vitamin K Vegetable that Supports the Heart & bones (And Kills a Common Parasite!)





Many people have not heard of radicchio, and if they have, they don't really know what it is, let alone use it for their own consumption. Radicchio is a leafy vegetable that can be used in many salads or other recipes. It has a somewhat spicy radish flavor. It has many health benefits including fighting cancer cells, creating stronger bones and being good for the heart. It is also loaded with antioxidants and actually gets rid of some parasites. So load up and fun tasty ways to use this helpful vegetable.

Key Takeaways:

  • Radicchio is a low-calorie, high-nutrient red leafy vegetable related to chicory with numerous health benefits.
  • Radicchio fights cancer cell growth, contributes to bone health, has anti-parasitic properties, and is heart-healthy.
  • Radicchio has a bitter taste and goes well with sweet or salty flavors, served raw in cold dishes, or cooked in warm dishes.

"Radicchio also contains a large amount of lutein and zeaxanthin, which are specifically known as the antioxidants responsible for keeping your eyes healthy."

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

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Oolong Tea Benefits the Brain, Heart, Skin & More
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Date: May 14, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Oolong Tea Benefits the Brain, Heart, Skin & More





In the article “Oolong Tea Benefits the Brain, Heart, Skin & More” It shows that there are many benefits for using Oolong Tea, which is made in China. Some benefits are that can prevent cancer, it can decrease causes for heart diseases. They can also reduce your chances of being obese, of getting diabetes, and in both inflammation and oxidative stress. You will also have a raise in cognitive function, and healthy organs like healthy skin, and healthy bones.

Key Takeaways:

  • Oolong tea helps promote healthy weight loose. It is a great drink for those trying to loose weight.
  • Oolong tea can be used to help prevent type 2 diabetes.
  • Oolong tea has a wide range of health benefits ranging from increased brain function to liver support.

"On a large scale, the consumption of oolong tea is associated with a decreased risk of death from heart disease"

Read more: https://draxe.com/oolong-tea-benefits/

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12 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Eggs!!
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Date: May 14, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 12 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Eggs!!





Since eggs are packed with coleen, amino acids and iron. This makes them a great addition to your diet. Eggs can improve cholesterol, prevent infections, reduce the risk of heart disease. Since they contain Vitamin D, eggs also can help bone and heart health. Since eggs have so many vitamins, they are good for eye and brain health. They can even help you loose weight since they make you feel full. Children should also comsume eggs to reduce the risk of illness.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Eggs can add 9 essential amino acid your body needs which your body lacks.
  • Eggs help your brain function and healthy teeth and bones. Helping your body to absorb calcium better.
  • Eggs are great for your eye health also. It prevents the cataracts.

"They are an easy- obtainable, versatile and inexpensive source of proteins. Furthermore, they are rich in amino acids, iron and antioxidants. Moreover, eggs also improve your health, since each 85-calorie eggs packs a solid 7 grams of the muscle-builder."

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Tips for Keeping Your Joints in Top Shape
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Date: May 14, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Tips for Keeping Your Joints in Top Shape





Many people suffer from joint pain due to lifestyle, nutrition, and lack of exercise among others. The discomfort can cause stress. Movement helps to increase mobility as well as exercise. Running, however, is not recommended as it can cause ligament damage.Weight loss can also help alleviate joint pain. Added more omega-3 to ones diet can help prevent bones from breaking down thus relieve joint pain.Maintaining a correct posture is good for all joints and can ease pain from the neck down. Stretching is also a great way to keep joints healthy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Get regular exercise so that you are able to continue with a lot of mobility
  • Make sure that you stay hydrated to continue with peak movement in all your joints
  • Do not lift things that are to heavy or over extend your movements

"If you have joint pain and you know that you’re overweight, it’s time to take steps to lose the extra weight."

Read more: http://drprem.com/health/tips-for-keeping-your-joints-in-top-shape

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7 Health Benefits of Vitamin K
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Date: May 12, 2017 03:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 7 Health Benefits of Vitamin K





Vitamin K is often overlooked in the health world even though it has many benefits to those who regularly consume it. The authors of Free Healthcare and Fitness note and explain seven benefits of vitamin K and how they contribute to a long and high quality life. In addition to just making those who consume it feel good, vitamin K has been proven to prevent cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, and other maladies that come with age.

Key Takeaways:

  • Spinach and asperagus are excellent sources of vitamin k. Adding them to your diet is a healthy choice.
  • Vitamin k is a way to make bones stronger. It is high in minerals needed for bone growth.
  • Vitamin k helps with blood clotting. A lack of vitamin k can make getting cut a higher risk.

"Vitamin K supplies minerals to the body such as sodium which helps maintain blood pressure, calcium which helps in strengthening the bones for better body balance, and potassium and phosphorus which are involved in body and tissues metabolism."

Read more: http://www.healthcareng.com/2017/05/7-health-benefits-of-vitamin-k.html

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Scientist Reveal What Cannabis Does to Your Bones!!
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Date: May 07, 2017 07:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Scientist Reveal What Cannabis Does to Your bones!!





If you are a cannabis user for any reason at all you'll want to see this. It shows you what it does to your bones. This is good info to have since cannabis is such a hot button issue. Many want it for medical use and many others say that's a horrible idea and that cannabis is unhealthy.

Scientist Reveal What Cannabis Does to Your bones!!

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4 Fat Soluble Vitamins
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Date: April 19, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 4 Fat Soluble Vitamins





Do you know your fat soluble vitamins? There are several of them out there, including the four that are listed here. These vitamins play an important role in your good health. It is important that you are aware of both the benefits that is offered with this vitamin, as well as the various types of fat soluble vitamins. The knowledge of this information may very well help you protect yourself and your health for a long time to come.

Key Takeaways:

  • Vitamin A is well known for maintaining eye health and macular degeneration. It is best to be known to treat acne and scars during puberty stages.
  • In order for one to maintain healthy bones and teeth, crucial for someone who is growing, vitamin D is a need.
  • Unlike other vitamin's, vitamin D have less food sources, but rather exposure to sunlight.

"Fruit and vegetables belonging to red, yellow and orange color are all good sources to get your vitamin-A."

Read more: http://fitmaintenance.com/2017/04/11/4-fat-soluble-vitamins/

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Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones'
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Date: April 19, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Magnesium 'could prevent broken bones'





Iron and calcium, in combination with eating healthy and other vitamins and supplements, is known to help strengthen your skeletal system, helping to prevent fractures and broken bones. However, a recent survey has shown that magnesium, taken either in a pill form or in increased amounts in your diet, is equally important in the overall health of your skeletal system. So, if you worry about your bones being weak, find a way to increase your magnesium intake.

Key Takeaways:

  • As people get older, they are more prone to broken bones, but research has been done saying that offering magnesium supplements could help prevent broken bones after falls.
  • A 20 year survey has been done with the result that men with higher magnesium level were less likely to have bone fractures from falls, and at least 22 percent of these individuals had no broken bones
  • This study can only provide a correlation, but not a causation as to whether or not there is a direct relation and affect between levels and broken bones.

"Researchers say offering magnesium supplements to some older people could help prevent broken bones after falls."

Read more: http://www.webmd.boots.com/vitamins-and-minerals/news/20170413/magnesium-could-prevent-broken-bones

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





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

Key Takeaways:

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

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

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

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