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The pill that kills ?

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Fat that is... But are these diet pills only burning your carbs or also affecting your health? Read on to find out. - Lifestyle dna
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Common food supplement fights degenerative brain disorders.

Common food supplement fights degenerative brain disorders. | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
Many older people already take the compound phosphatidylserine to improve cognition and slow memory loss. There is more good news about this natural
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Vitamin Supplements. New-York Times

Vitamin Supplements. New-York Times | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
The Natural Products Association takes issue with a Sunday Review article, “Don’t Take Your Vitamins.”
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The Response of "Don't Take Your Vitamins".
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Heart Disease Risk In Women Reduced By Supplements And Exercise.

Heart Disease Risk In Women Reduced By Supplements And Exercise. | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
The risk of heart disease — a leading cause of death among females — appears to be far less for middle-age women who take nutritional supplements and exercise regularly.
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Food supplements fight degenerative brain disorders

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In FD is a rare genetic disorder that impacts the nervous system and appears almost exclusively in the Ashkenazi Jewish population.
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Food supplement could help reduce heart deaths.

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Telegraph : A cheap food supplement available over the counter could help increase the survival of patients with heart disease, according to scientists.

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CoQ10 would cut death rates among Heart failure patients

CoQ10 would cut death rates among Heart failure patients | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
Scientists report that food supplement CoQ10 cuts death rates among heart failure patients, and should be added to their treatment regimen.
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5 Vitamins And Supplements To Stop Taking (And What To Take Instead)

5 Vitamins And Supplements To Stop Taking (And What To Take Instead) | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
As you get older, health advice like "Drink your milk to grow big and strong" gives way to "Take your calcium pills to avoid osteoporosis." Taking your vitamins is especially important post 50, "as the absorption of nutrients and minerals and...
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FDA: Lose weight and build muscle dietary supplement dangerous ?

FDA:  Lose weight and build muscle dietary supplement dangerous ? | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers about a harmful ingredient in some dietary supplements.
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Are Health Food Supplements Actually Effective?

Health Food Supplements It appears health food supplements are the enduring fad these days and they're easily out there over the counter
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Foods that fight inflammation

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When inflammation is out of control—as in rheumatoid arthritis—it can damage the body.
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Don’t Take Your Vitamins. New-York Times

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When it comes to antioxidants, more is not always better.
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Dietary supplement (and particulary resveratrol) is unlikely to have impact on cancer.

Dietary supplement (and particulary resveratrol) is unlikely to have impact on cancer. | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
A study shows that supplements of the antioxidant resveratrol probably don’t have any effect on cancer. Resveratrol is an antioxidant which is found in grapes, wine and peanuts and is widely sold as a dietary supplement.
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Going non-GMO in dietary supplements: ‘The supply community is not there with us yet’, say manufacturers

Increasing consumer pressure and potential state legislation mandating labeling are leading dietary supplement manufacturers to face up to the challenges of going non-GMO, but the situation is complex and suppliers have more work to do than many...
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Prostate Cancer Risk Lowered With Green Tea and Pomegranate Supplement.

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greeen tea pomegranate supplement may help fight prostate cancer.
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Zinc Supplements Reduce Severity and Duration of Common Cold.

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Zinc Supplements Reduce Severity and Duration of Common Cold Zinc supplements reduce the severity and duration of illness caused by the common cold,
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How to Use Herbal Supplements Safely

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Herbal supplements have become increasingly popular in recent years as millions of Americans are looking for natural and more affordable ways to improve their health.
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Eating Fish, but Not Supplements, Cuts Stroke Risk

Eating Fish, but Not Supplements, Cuts Stroke Risk | Pills and stuff | Scoop.it
Eating fish -- and the more the better -- appears to be associated with a small but significant decrease in the risk of cerebrovascular events, a meta-analysis showed.
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