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Vitamins In Our Daily Lives

Vitamins is something people been using for a while and it is more common this days. Is it good to use them or not? Many people say it is good since we live in a fast pace world, we live in a hurry and don't have time to site down and relax and have a nice healthy meal, for breakfast maybe a cup of coffee and off to work if you have some time, for lunch fast food convenient, fast, not expensive good right.

Many people and doctors say the way we live is not good and not healthy, because always in a hurry we don't eat right don't get the necessary vitamins and minerals eat too much fat. For that reason people take vitamins to supplement the meals the eat and get the vitamins and mineral they need feel healthy and feel full of energy.

Now there is many vitamins out there you can get now. Is it better pills or liquid vitamins people say pills are hard to digest and that even some pills you don't digest completely and that liquid vitamins are better because it is easier to break down in the system.

In my opinion liquid vitamins are better, just a little cup of juice and all done I have try the Veriuni Liquid Multivitamin and taste great but the choice is all yours.

a good place to get vitamins and other things related to heallth go to


Fox News

Antioxidant supplements may accelerate melanoma spread
Fox News
Antioxidants are compounds in foods and supplement pills that may prevent oxidation, which can damage cells. The compounds are widely consumed by both healthy people and people with cancer for their supposed ability to prevent and fight cancer, the ...
Dietary supplements hasten spread of skin cancerThe IUSB Preface
Antioxidants May Make Cancer WorseScientific American

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Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)

Ben Carson hawked questionable supplements
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
As an outsider who has become a top contender in the Republican presidential field, Dr. Ben Carson has attracted fresh media attention to an unusual part of his record: his ties to a dietary supplement company once accused of promoting phony cures.
A Mystery in Ben Carson's Ties With Supplement Maker MannatechWall Street Journal (blog)

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Students, faculty take action on unsafe dietary supplements
October 8, 2015 — Massachusetts may become the first state to regulate sales of dietary supplements marketed as weight-loss and muscle-building aids, thanks to a bill promoted by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. These products ...

Vitamin D Supplements Improve Cognition in Patients With MS
BARCELONA — Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) given vitamin D supplements showed improved cognition at 3 months, a new study shows. The results suggest that patients with MS should get their vitamin D levels checked and, if deficient, take vitamin ...

How responsible is Amazon for the supplements sold on its sites?
We asked Amazon who was responsible for such supplement products 'hosted' on its site – Amazon or the third-party seller. Amazon told NutraIngredients: “According to our Terms & Conditions, which are valid for all third party sellers selling on Amazon ...

New York Times (blog)

Well | Ask Well: Fish Oil Supplements for Dry Eye?
New York Times (blog)
There is a growing body of research supporting the use of fish oil supplements to treat dry eye, an uncomfortable condition that arises when the eye produces fewer tears. But “the jury is still out” on whether they work, said Dr. Penny Asbell, a ...

Mountain View Journal

NIH study shows no benefit of Omega-3 supplements for cognitive decline
Mountain View Journal
While some research suggests that a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids can protect brain health, a large clinical trial by researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that omega-3 supplements did not slow cognitive decline in older persons ...

HEALTHY LIVING: Supplements: How much is TOO much?
The Port Arthur News
Over half of the American population buys into the idea that dietary supplements are healthy, spending upward of $28 billion a year, according to some estimates. But while many of them can benefit the person taking them, a growing body of research is ...


Should you use calcium supplements?
People with real deficiencies in vitamins and minerals benefit from supplementing but trying to take high doses of vitamin E, vitamin C, or beta-carotine is not heart healthy. If you are dehydrated, you will benefit from drinking water but drinking ...
Study: Calcium Supplements, Milk Do Not Promote Bone Strength In SeniorsYouth Health Magzine
Extra calcium may not protect aging bones, twin studies suggestCTV News
New report shares details about the bone and teeth supplements market: global ...WhaTech

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Ask Dr. Soria: Should we take calcium supplements?
Previous Next. Dr. David Soria answers common health questions: Two new studies in the British Medical Journal say calcium supplements have little to no effect on bone density in people ages 50 and older. Dr. David Soria shares his thoughts on the ...

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