March 10, 2022

Lack Of Vitamin C Is Related To Low Level Mental Vitality, Study Finds

Mental function in young adults living in industrialized countries can be improved by taking vitamin C supplements, researchers have said.
March 3, 2022

Swiss Government Recommends High Vitamin D Intake For Those Over 65

The Swiss government has issued new guidance on vitamin D consumption for consumers over the age of 65 and recommends a daily dose of 800 IU (20 µg).
March 3, 2022

Vitamin B6 Supplements May Improve Mood In College-Aged Women

Supplements of vitamin B6 may reduce depression symptoms in young women using oral contraceptives, suggests a small study from Arizona State University.
March 3, 2022

Correcting Micronutrient Deficiencies: An Effective Treatment For Heart Failure

A review published in the Journal of Internal Medicine provides convincing evidence that micronutrients – including iron, selenium, zinc, copper, and coenzyme Q10 – can impact the function of cardiac cells' energy-producing mitochondria to contribute to heart failure.
February 23, 2022

Selenium May Help Reverse Memory Loss

Selenium – a mineral found in many foods – could reverse the cognitive impact of stroke and boost learning and memory in aging brains, according to University of Queensland research.
February 17, 2022

Lowering Homocysteine With Vitamin Supplements To Treat Drug-Resistant Hypertension

Using B vitamins to lower homocysteine levels is an effective means of reducing blood pressure and may be especially useful in the management of drug-resistant hypertension, according to researchers at the University of Maine and University of Arkansas.
February 10, 2022

Israeli Study Finds People Deficient In Vitamin D Up To 14 Times More Likely To Fall Severely Ill From COVID-19

A new Israeli study has found that people who are deficient in vitamin D are up to 14 times more likely to fall severely ill when contracting the coronavirus.
February 10, 2022

Green Tea Daily Wards Off Influenza And Other Respiratory Viruses, Say Researchers

Results from a review and meta-analysis on the effects of tea catechins on influenza and other upper respiratory tract infections reveal “significant preventative effects.”