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Vitamin D vs Disease (HD) (CC)

Like. Share. Subscribe. [music] [music] Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin our bodies require for good physical and mental health. And while vitamin D is most famous for its bone building benefits, it is also one of nature’s greatest interventions against many common chronic diseases. These include diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, and even cancer.…

By Ewald Bahringer December 10, 2019 0

Vitamin K: Bones & Blood

In 1935, danish scientist Henrik Dam identified a fat soluble compound that was necessary for blood to clot. He called this compound vitamin K, K for Koagulation, clotting. We know today that there are actually several compounds, similar in structure, that have vitamin K activity, and we refer to them collectively with the name vitamin…

By Ewald Bahringer December 9, 2019 0

Best advice on Vitamin B12 deficiency

Hello everyone today I would like to talk about vitamin b12 deficiency Tingling, numbness, weakness Vitamin b12 deficiency is extremely common throughout the world although vitamin B deficiency Is supposed to be less in people who eat meat and eggs But what I noticed, it is still very common even in the United States and…

By Ewald Bahringer December 7, 2019 0

Top Foods for Calcium and Vitamin D

Your body needs calcium and vitamin D. Are you getting enough? Many people don’t. The best way to get more calcium is from your diet. You probably already know that dairy products — such as milk, cheese, and yogurt provide calcium. Other foods that are high in calcium include: Spinach Kale Okra Collards Soybeans White…

By Ewald Bahringer December 6, 2019 0

9.3 Vitamins: Vitamin E

– WELCOME TO THE THIRD SECTION IN OUR SERIES ON VITAMINS. AND THIS SECTION IS GOING TO BE ON VITAMIN E. WE’RE GOING TO START WITH THE FUNCTION OF VITAMIN E, AND ALTHOUGH IT HAS A FEW FUNCTIONS IT’S MAIN FUNCTION THAT I WANT YOU TO KNOW IS AS AN ANTIOXIDANT. NOW, WE REVIEWED ANTIOXIDANTS…

By Ewald Bahringer December 5, 2019 0

Can Too Much Vitamin D Be Toxic?

– Vitamin D, known often as the sunshine vitamin, not only is it key to your bone health, but having adequate amounts may help reduce the incidence of breast cancer by 50% and colon cancer by 80%, but now a health warning over toxic levels of Vitamin D has people concerned. The National Health Service…

By Ewald Bahringer December 5, 2019 0