Tag: bioavailability

How to Choose and Use CoQ10 and Ubiquinol — Tips from Dr. Tod Cooperman at ConsumerLab.com

Hi, I’m Dr. Tod Cooperman, president and founder of ConsumerLab.com, and I’m here to talk today about CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements. Now, ConsumerLab has been testing vitamins and supplements since 1999 and reporting those results online at ConsumerLab.com and we’ve just published our report on these products on our website and i’m here to talk…

By Ewald Bahringer November 7, 2019 2

How Can Orange Juice Make Your Kale Better?

This episode of SciShow is sponsored by Wix. Go to wix.com/go/scishow to create your own website. [♪ INTRO] Now, there’s no shortage of classic food pairings out there: peanut butter and jelly, chicken and waffles, spinach and orange juice… Wait, what? Well, that’s right. Thanks to a bit of food chemistry, spinach and orange juice…

By Ewald Bahringer September 16, 2019 0

Is There Too Much Aluminum in Tea?

“Is There Too Much Aluminum in Tea?” Aluminum is the third most abundant element on Earth, and may not be good for our brain— something we learned studying foundry workers exposed to high levels. Though the role of aluminum in the development of brain diseases like Alzheimer’s is controversial, to be prudent, steps should probably…

By Ewald Bahringer September 11, 2019 25

The Best Way to Cook Sweet Potatoes

[Music] the only potential downside of eating sweet potatoes is if you eat too much you could get a yellow nose it’s called keratin emia so common harmless condition due to elevated levels of beta carotene in the blood first noticed a century ago when carrots were introduced into infant diets it’s treated mostly by…

By Ewald Bahringer August 31, 2019 100