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Vitamin Supplements

Vitamin supplements are one of the mostly highly unregulated areas of our dietary supply. That's why you need to pay attention to what's good, what's bad...what's unnecessary and how you can get the same benefit of some supplements directly from food.

Can Multivitamins Prevent a Cold?

Do multis live up to their immunity supporting claims?

The vitamins and selenium in One A Day multivitamins “support” immunity, says Bayer, while the antioxidant vitamins in Centrum Silver “help support the immune system,” says Pfizer.

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Can Calcium Lower the Risk of Colorectal Cancer from Eating Cured Meats?

What happens when you take calcium with ham

Taking calcium carbonate or eating calcium-rich foods may make processed meats (like ham, sausage, bacon, and hot dogs) less likely to raise the risk of colorectal cancer.

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Is Zinc Effective Against Colds?

Zinc Lozenges may be helpful

Zinc is a “flu-fighter” that “keeps your immune system in working order,” AARP told its members last winter.

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Do Vitamin E Supplements Boost Immunity to Colds and the Flu?

Discover answer, based on latest study

“Very promising.” That’s how the Council for Responsible Nutrition, the largest trade association of supplement makers, describes the impact of vitamin E on colds and other upper respiratory tract infections.

Really?

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Is ‘The Purple Pill’ Causing You Vitamin Deficiencies?

How stomach acid-reducing drugs affect your B-12 levels

Millions of Americans take drugs to reduce their stomach acid, but that may increase their risk of a vitamin B-12 deficiency.

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Researchers compared nearly 26,000 Kaiser Permanente health plan members in   Read More

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