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Food, Exercise, and Vitamins For Immune System

The immune system is not a single entity but rather, a complex of several organs working together to ensure that your body fights off diseases successfully and that you stay healthy. If one component of the immune system fails to perform its function, this will affect the rest of the organs that are involved in immune system function. This malfunctioning results in what we commonly identify as diseases. Here in … Continue reading Food, Exercise, and Vitamins For Immune System

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Vitamins for Depression

What is Depression? Depression is unfortunately a very common illness that manifests itself in individuals of different ages. It is a state of feeling upset, lonely, and isolated when the world is still the same. It is a rapidly growing plague affecting millions of humans worldwide. There seems to be a little more concentration in the northern hemisphere and among young adults. Among those affected with  depression, the unemployed and … Continue reading Vitamins for Depression

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7 Things to Remember When Buying a Halal Vitamin Supplement

Adopting a halal lifestyle in a non-Muslim country  can be a little complicated, but not impossible. If you maintain your knowledge about key Islamic facets, incorporating those facets into your life will come easy after certain time. Among other significant matters, a Muslim should also keep in mind is his/her diet. Because Islam precodes a complete way of life, it includes specifications about what one can indulge in and what … Continue reading 7 Things to Remember When Buying a Halal Vitamin Supplement

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Vitamin E — Types, Facts, Benefits, and Halal Sources

Vitamin E Vitamin E is an antioxidant and one of the essential vitamins our bodies need to play the key functions of fighting free radicals and preventing lipid destruction in cell-membranes. Vitamin E is fat-soluble and therefore, it is  stored in the body tissues and used when needed. This vitamin is available in all the multivitamin supplements you take. To look for halal vitamin E compositions, you must know different … Continue reading Vitamin E — Types, Facts, Benefits, and Halal Sources

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10 Vitamins for Improving Digestive Health

Digestive health is a matter of real concern. You can not take part actively in routine activities if you are facing troubles in digestion. The digestive disorders are many including diarrhea, constipation, gastric pains, and stomach cramps. Sometimes these digestive problems are short lived. When treated with instant remedies, they wither away. But most of the times, they are due to an underlying cause of inappropriate diet. Digestive health goes … Continue reading 10 Vitamins for Improving Digestive Health

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6 Amazing Skin Benefits of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a very healthy vitamin that has numerous benefits for the overall health of your body. It keeps your skeleton upright, it conduces digestive processes in the digestive tract, it plays a decisive role in body’s immune defense, and above all it gives you a spotless, bright, and younger looking skin. This post explains how. Vitamin C Brightens Skins Vitamin C is touted for its miraculous skin brightening … Continue reading 6 Amazing Skin Benefits of Vitamin C

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How to treat Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

Vitamin B12, also known as Cobalamin, is one of the 8 powerful B-complex vitamins, known to increase energy levels in the body. It fuels the body cells with the essential nutrients that allow for ultimate performance. In addition to providing energy, Vitamin B12 has several other crucial roles for your health and well-being. 1. Makes Red Blood Cells and Saves from Anemia Vitamin B12 along  with Vitamin B9 support the … Continue reading How to treat Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

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Vitamin Deficiency – Four Common Diseases Caused by Vitamin Deficiency

What is a Vitamin Deficiency? Vitamin deficiency occurs when there is insufficient or poor dietary intake of essential vitamins. Inadequate levels of vitamins may result in an array of miserable conditions and make the body feeble and vulnerable to many diseases. Types of Vitamin Deficiency Vitamin deficiency can be classified into two types: Primary Deficiency Primary deficiency is when an inadequate vitamin intake causes a person to become deficient. It … Continue reading Vitamin Deficiency – Four Common Diseases Caused by Vitamin Deficiency

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Vitamins and Minerals — All You Need to Know!

What are Vitamins? Vitamins are organic compounds that the body needs for normal growth and activity. They can often be obtained from eating a well-balanced diet that contains a variety of plant and animal foods. Basic Vitamin Functions Vitamins serve many functions in the body. Some, like vitamin D affect mineral metabolism while vitamin C may function as an antioxidant. The presence of adequate amounts of vitamins in a person’s … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals — All You Need to Know!

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids — Facts and Benefits

Introduction Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated with a double bond. They are considered “healthy fats” that are good for the body, as opposed to trans-fats and saturated fats. Types of Omega 3 There are three kinds of omega-3 fatty acids: alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). EPA and DHA are primarily found in fish such as salmon, mackerel, halibut, and other seafoods. ALA can be found … Continue reading Omega-3 Fatty Acids — Facts and Benefits

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