Vitamin D Articles

Conventional Treatments for Lowering Cholesterol

…bile acids (cholesterol is a key component of bile acids). However, the drug also binds and inhibits the absorption of various fat-soluble vitamins like A, K, and D. Its side effects include: * Constipation * Nausea * Bloating * Other gastrointestinal problems * Night blindness * Prolonged or unusual bleeding…

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How to Get Rid of Warts Without Burning or Freezing

…rid of even your most stubborn warts. Aspirin Most folk remedies involve using some type of oil. You’ve probably read that daily application of vitamin E, A, castor oil, or cod liver oil will get rid of warts. I know these oils work for a lot of people, but personally I haven’t had too much success…

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Probiotics 101: What They Are and Why You Need One Every Day

…excess bile acids and hormones, keeping cholesterol and estrogen levels in a healthy range. Bacteria in the large intestine play a key role in making vitamin K, which affects how readily blood clots. (Learn more about the overall benefits of probiotic bacteria and the specific ways that probiotic bacteria…

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How to Stop Muscle Cramps Naturally

…to your body contain other elements along with calcium. Look for a product that contains the digestive acid betaine hydrochloride, magnesium, and vitamin D. Each of these will help increase the amount of calcium you assimilate into your system. Back to Top Pickle Juice Years ago, one of my newsletter…

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Give Your Libido a Lift

…the normal bee life span of forty days. Royal jelly contains an abundance of minerals; essential amino acids; acetylcholine; and vitamins A, C, D, E, and most B vitamins (in fact, it’s the richest source of pantothenic acid or B5). Royal jelly also contains a small amount of testosterone, which may…

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"Forbidden" Foods to Eat Regularly

…protective properties. Rich, dark yellow butter produced by cows on spring pastureland is best because it has a higher content of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and E, and numerous trace minerals. Butter from grass-fed cows is also a good source of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). This nutrient may help…

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