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Chances are, there's more than just milk in your carton. If you take a look at the ingredients on your milk jug, you'll likely see vitamin D listed, even if the milk doesn't advertise that it's been f...
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It’s not clear if these findings also apply to women.
Rule number one: ignore hype.
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Just another reason to love mushrooms.
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Zinc, magnesium, cyanocobalamin, iron, potassium. They might seem like foreign, chemistry elements, but making sure we consume enough of these nutrients is incredibly important for our bodies to funct...
The debate on how much vitamin D, including how much we actually need has been topical for some time, with a Deakin University Study of more than 11,000 Australian adults discovering that nearly one t...