Vitamin and Mineral Guide
Antiaging with Vitamin and Minerals
Overview of vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids
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The war against COVID-19 requires four nutrients
Vitamin B6 and its role in fighting inflammation
Alcohol leaches vitamin C from the body
Antioxidants can protect cells against dangerous environmental pollutants
Calcium supplements are associated with cancer and atherosclerosis
Can increased magnesium intake protect women against life-threatening heart failure?
Can zinc plus chocolate, coffee, or tea make you healthier and slow down ageing?
Coronavirus and new hope: Vitamin C for prevention and intravenous therapy in the case of life-threatening complications
Erectile dysfunction may be a result of too little vitamin D
Increased focus on mitochondrial disorders
Is chronic fatigue syndrome caused by a Q10 deficiency?
Is lack of vitamin C a global problem?
Lack of selenium increases the toxicity of pain-relieving medication
Lack of selenium increases your risk of viral infections
Many dietary antioxidants lower your risk of elevated blood pressure
Melatonin also protects against heart rhythm disturbances
Q10 supplements increase your chances of surviving sepsis, which is a common, life-threatening blood poisoning
Rheumatism, aching joints, and inflammation can often be helped with supplements
Selenium adds length to your telomeres and increases your life expectancy
Selenium’s potential as a mercury antagonist and the problem with mercury in fish
Sport that causes oxidative stress is very bad for you and increases your need for antioxidants
Supplements of selenium yeast and Q10 improve your kidney function
Supplements with Q10 and other antioxidants for common eye diseases
The mystery about vitamin E, atherosclerosis, and inflammation
Vitamin C for the brain and the cognitive skills
Vitamin D supplements can relieve PMS
Vitamin E for your cardiovascular system, fertility and immune defense
Zinc deficiencies speed up ageing, inflammation, and DNA damage
Zinc deficiency increases the risk of inflammation
International Coenzyme Q10 Association