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April 15, 2014
Dietary supplement use more prevalent than originally thought, report says
Dietary supplement use is more prevalent than originally reported, according to a new survey conducted by the Council of Responsible Nutrition. In addition, the Council for Responsible Nutrition surveys found that supplement users are “more likely than nonusers to try to eat a balanced diet, visit their doctor regularly, get a good night’s sleep, exercise regularly, and maintain a healthy weight.” According to the new figures, which have been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of the American College of Nutrition, …read more >
April 9, 2014
Natural Sources of Ever-Lasting Energy
Most of us don’t seem to get as much rest and relaxation as we need or want. Between work, children, social activities, volunteer work, and other activities in which we are involved, we often find ourselves with little free time. Eventually, this lack of ‘down-time’ can get the better of us, causing us to feel constantly worn out, devoid of energy and in need of an energy boost. Most dietary supplement ingredients that help support our energy can be classified …read more >
March 19, 2014
Study: Vitamin D, tryptophan directly impact brain development, autism
Researchers have long hypothesized that serotonin and vitamin D play a role in autism, but have not been able to pinpoint the exact mechanism they play in triggering the developmental disorder. Now, a group of researchers in California believe they’ve uncovered a vital clue. In a new study published in The FASEB Journal, researchers from Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute wrote that vitamin D activates three brain hormones affecting social behavior – including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) – and that …read more >
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