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  1. Know the Difference Between Fat- and Water-Soluble Nutrients

    Many people think that taking a daily cocktail of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other supplements is a prescription for a healthy diet. But it's also likely that they don’t know whether the nutrients they're taking are fat soluble, water soluble, or if they are getting more of some nutrients

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  2. What Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Can and Can’t Do

    Boost energy, lose weight, beat stress, improve performance, and reduce wrinkles! Do these phrases sound familiar? These are just a few of the promises found on the labels of vitamin and mineral supplements. But can vitamin and minerals really live up to these claims, or is it more hype than truth?

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    There are lots of good reasons to take a multivitamin. Even the best eating plans can fall short of meeting all of the 40-plus nutrients you need each day. Most Americans fail to meet dietary recommendations for many reasons, including strict dieting, poor appetite, changing nutritional needs, or le

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    Good nutrition is important at all stages of life. Everybody needs the same nutrients, but the necessary amounts vary with age, and diet doesn’t always provide all the nutrients you need from childhood through your adult life. "Infancy is a stage of rapid growth and development. Most babies double t

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    Have you felt exhausted lately? Can you barely make it up the stairs without getting winded even though you're physically fit? If so, you might be lacking in iron -- especially if you're a woman. Although many people don't think of iron as being a nutrient, you might be surprised to learn that low i

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    This year, people in the U.S. will come down with about 50 million cases of flu and about a billion colds. Although the misery of cold and flu season might be inevitable, one thing is changing: where we look for relief. Research indicates that many of us are turning away from the over-the-counter me

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  9. Making the Most Out of Multivitamins

    Millions of Americans take multivitamins in the name of better health. In spite of conflicting reports that these supplements combat chronic conditions, top health experts recommend daily multivitamins for nearly everyone. Read on to find out why multivitamins matter, how to pick the best one, and h

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  10. Vitamins and Supplements for Cancer Patients

    If you’re among the 1.5 million people in the United States diagnosed with cancer each year, you may be considering taking vitamins and supplements for cancer. Supplements, herbs, and extracts are increasingly used in integrative medicine to: Help strengthen the immune system Help ease side effects

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