While we may still be holding on to some signs of summer, we are very much heading into winter and the menacing flu season. We all have our flu-fighters that mom and grandmother taught us, but sometimes, even your grammy’s chicken soup is not enough to fight off that nasty cold that everyone in the office seems to be catching. For you, we’ve got several easy-to-take daily vitamins that will fight to keep you healthy this winter season. Learn more on our blog.
When most people think of calcium deficiency, the top things that come to mind are osteoporosis and bone fractures. But your body uses calcium daily in nail, teeth, bone, and heart functions. All of that needs to be replenished, or you’ll deplete calcium levels from your teeth and bones. Learn how to keep your calcium levels up and what your options are.
Americans are suffering from Vitamin D deficiencies – more than 40 percent of the population, according to recent studies. We all need different amounts of Vitamin D. It all depends on how deficient you are and how your body absorbs the vitamin D. That being said, this blog explains when is the best time to take your vitamin D.
Researches are establishing a firmer link between vitamin D deficiency to acne. Since acne can be caused by changes in hormone levels, bacteria, oils, and more, deficiency in vitamin D is thought to have a negative effect on a person’s skin. Find out if vitamin D can help cure your acne symptoms in this article.
All parents want the best for their kids. But it can be overwhelming when every company markets their gummy bear vitamin or kids multi-vitamin as the only thing you need. With so many choices on the market, how do you pick the best option for your kids? Our blog explains what most kids should have daily and how to determine what your child should consume based on his or her diet.
Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is produced by the body as a response to sun exposure; it can also be consumed in food or supplements. However, many people still today are Vitamin D deficient due to many factors. Find out what they are and how this effect their body on our blog.